Content Marketing Ideas

  • 12 Tips to Differentiate Your Content Marketing

    …. Most of the reason we stick to concise textual content is purely from an efficiency standpoint. We have a ton of topics to write about and not too many resources. This infographic from Oracle is inspiring me to get a bit more creative, though. The infographic, 12 Awesome Content Marketing Ideas (That Aren’t Blog Posts), provides some great tips…

    Douglas Karr/ Marketing Technology Blogin Content- 23 readers -
  • 5 Content Marketing Ideas Inspired By Your Own Business

    As marketers, we always have content on our minds: social media content, web content, video content, written content. We say the word “content” so often, we sometimes feel like we’ve got it all figured out… until we find ourselves running out of ideas. I know that I need to be creating and sharing high-quality and engaging content, but it’s not always easy.

    Hootsuite- 25 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- 15 readers -
  • 5 Places To Find Content Inspiration In A Dreary Office

    Wouldn't it be nice to write exactly where, when and how you wanted to? Imagine you could write the way Truman Capote did. In his interview with The Paris Review in 1957, he makes the author's life sound downright leisurely. "I am a completely horizontal author. I can't think unless I'm lying down, either in bed or stretched on a couch and with a cigarette and coffee handy.

    Arienne Holland/ Marketing Land- 27 readers -
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