David Meerman Scott
Content Marketing: 23 Experts Tell How To Improve It
Do you ever feel like you’re the only marketer who’s making content marketing mistakes? If so, here’s help to fix them from 23 content marketing experts.
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28 Amazing Content Marketing Ideas You Can Use Now
Does your content marketing need help? Here are 28 content marketing ideas from the Actionable Marketing Blog with examples of why they’re great. Add them to your editorial calendar.
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The Best Content Marketing Advice Ever
What’s the best content marketing advice you need to drive measurable results? We asked 19 content marketing experts for their best advice on content marketing.
The 23 Top Content Marketing Blogs
Want to ensure you’re on top of the latest content developments? Here are the 23 top content marketing blogs recommended by 19 experts.
Content Marketing: How to Capitalize on Breaking News and Trending Topics
From a content marketing perspective, trending topics and news can help you to attract an audience and gain attention for your product, brand and/or company. David Meerman Scott, author of Real Time Marketing and PR, coined the word, “newsjacking” for this process so that you can interject your company’s point of view into the news cycle. To better understand how to use newsjacking as part of your marketing, here’s what twenty content marketing experts, including David Meerman Scott, have to say.
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5 Content Marketing Strategies to Fill Your Editorial Calendar
Face it—it’s tough to fill the ever-ending need for content and that’s before you consider your social media plans.
What’s a marketer with limited budget and resources to do to ensure that there’s always a sufficient supply of fresh, effective content to satisfy your marketing needs? The answer is to employ a mix of the following five content marketing strategies. Source: Heidi Cohen’s Actionable Marketing Blog