roger c. parker

  • How to Train Your Brain for Content Marketing Greatness

    At Content Marketing World 2016, I was cheered by the emphasis placed on content quality. Clearly, “good is no longer good enough.” Less and better are more important than “good.” The emphasis on quality was introduced in keynote talks and reinforced by numerous presenters: Joe Pulizzi stated “Mediocre content will hurt your brand more than nothing at all.

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  • Last-minute Guide to 2014’s Best New Books for Content Marketers

    For the third year in a row, it has been a great time for new books that can make a big difference for entrepreneurs and marketers looking for ways to improve their content marketing skills. As in previous years, the range of books continues to expand beyond titles containing “content marketing.” As described in my previous book roundups (June 2012, May 2013, December 2013, Ju ...

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  • Drive Retail Sales with B2C Content Marketing: 8 Tips + a Checklist

    In a recent post on content marketing strategy, Britt Klontz described a common problem: Helpful content is often scattered across a website, getting posted in multiple locations (and in multiple formats) rather than in a structured, centralized place. The solution, she contends, is to create a resource center: “Essentially, a resource center is a site within a site, where all ...

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