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Content marketing is grounded in the Mad Men’s principles. Content marketing takes it’s cue from David Ogilvy in that it looks like editorial. Following the teachings of Leo Burnett, content marketing integrates important brand attributes. Content marketing provides prospects, customers and the public with useful information, while shopping or after purchase, without shouting its promotional messages. As a result, content marketing breaks through the advertising clutter that consumers no longer trust. Here’s how twenty-one marketers define content marketing.
Posted by Heidi Cohen on March 15, 2011 in Actionable Marketing 101, Content Marketing, Social Media |
Content marketing is the creation of relevant and useful branded content in one or more formats distributed across owned media, third party media and/or social media, both online and offline, to increase brand awareness, attract and engage prospects, retain existing customers, and expand thought leadership while encouraging further action towards a sale without being promotional. Here are the 5Ws of content marketing.