Content Marketing Ideas

  • 12 Tips to Differentiate Your Content Marketing

    … for varying your content. Quiz – Write your content as a quiz Tweet This!. Twitter – Release content in chunks on Twitter Tweet This! (this is why we built the TweetThis WordPress plugin). Charts – Differentiate your content with unique charts Tweet This!. Case Study – Spotlight a customer and share a case study Tweet This!. Comic Strip…

    Douglas Karr/ Marketing Technology Blogin Content- 16 readers -
  • 5 Content Marketing Ideas Inspired By Your Own Business

    … not always easy. We’ve learned over the years that when we encounter a challenge, there’s a pretty good chance you have too. (That’s the luxury of marketing to marketers.) So we tasked ourselves with creating concrete examples of content marketing ideas that work. In the past, we have discussed the advantages of collecting stories from your customers…

    Hootsuitein Social Content- 24 readers -
  • A Content Marketing Idea For Small Businesses: Customer Success Stories

    … Recently, we have been talking in depth about content marketing and how it is an integral part of online success for any business. Once you have a handle on what falls under the proverbial “content marketing” umbrella, the next step is to brainstorm content ideas. In this post we will focus on one possible content marketing idea that has helped…

    Hootsuitein Social Content- 12 readers -
  • 5 Places To Find Content Inspiration In A Dreary Office

    …, they're stuck in a corporate cubicle or otherwise dreary place. No matter. Content inspiration can come from the unlikeliest of places — including that dreary office. 1. Bulletin Board The company bulletin board is a buffet of content. You'll find faded comic strips, Weight Watchers meeting notices, posters about wage and hour laws, passive…

    Arienne Holland/ Marketing Landin Content- 22 readers -
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