12 Content Marketing Resources Every Marketer Needs
An indicator of its exponential growth was the over 1,700 marketers who gathered in Cleveland last September for Content Marketing World.
The best seller stardom of Jay Baer’s Youtility and Joe Pulizzi’s Epic Content Marketing provide further signs of content marketing’s explosion in 2013.To get your content marketing on track for 2014, here are 12 top content marketing resources of 2013. These resources were all published on HeidiCohen.com during 2013.
Guides you through the process of creating a tailored content marketing plan for your business.
Highlights the core 5 steps of any content marketing plan and provides tips to help improve your content marketing strategy.
Need to mix up your content marketing offering? Then don’t forget to download this list to provide new content format suggestions.
Provides content marketing suggestions from top experts in the field to take your content marketing up a notch.
Want some fresh content marketing tips? Look no further. Here are ideas everyone can use.
Read this guide before you take the blogging plunge. While blogging is important, there’s a lot newbies don’t find out until later.
Consider these 17 blog tactics regardless of whether you’re a blog newbie or old hand.
Read this headline research to polish your headlines.
Don’t underestimate the power of a strong headline. Here are 7 tips to get your titles to pull in readers.
Make sure your content curation strategy maximizes results. Roughly half of marketers have some type of legal or copyright problem with their content curation. Don’t be one of them!
Maximize your content distribution with this handy checklist.
Track your content marketing results through the use of a call-to-action and tracking codes.
As a bonus, here are The 23 Top Content Marketing Blogs of 2013 as selected by key influencers in the field.
Use these top 2013 resources to ensure your content marketing succeeds in 2014.
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