Contently Quarterly

  • Contently Quarterly: The Summer 2016 Issue

    … Quarterly, you’ll hear a lot about content marketing, but also about how content has impacted other parts of the enterprise. We’ll wade into the murky waters of influencer marketing, learn why sales is the next big frontier in content, and see how content marketing is thriving across the pond in the U.K. and Europe. Also, since this is Contently, expect…

    Sam Slaughter/ The Content Strategist- 20 readers -
  • Why Print Still Matters

    … for Contently Quarterly, our print magazine. Over the years, our magazine has transformed, as my boss Sam Slaughter puts it, from “a ratchet ‘zine of 2012 to a beautiful 160-pager.” It takes a crazy amount of time for the editorial team to put the articles together and superhuman effort from our small and incredibly talented design team. The circulation…

    Joe Lazauskas/ The Content Strategist- 19 readers -
  • Contently Quarterly: The Winter 2016 Issue

    … The first issue of Contently Quarterly came out in 2012. It was 60-some-odd pages, printed in 14-point font, and illustrated with low-res photos from my uncle’s Instagram feed. At the time, Contently only had eight employees, and we put the whole thing together in two weeks. It wasn’t beautiful, but it was effective; it quickly helped us raise…

    Sam Slaughter/ The Content Strategist- 23 readers -
  • Contently Quarterly: The Finance Issue, Spring/Summer 2015

    … I went to a small liberal arts school, 20 miles north of New York City, where everything was about storytelling. At the time, it felt like our work was the farthest thing from what was happening on Wall Street. Yet, as I graduated and eventually fell into a strange but wonderful life covering the new wave of brands becoming publishers here…

    The Content Strategist- 19 readers -
  • Contently Quarterly: The West Coast Issue, Spring/Summer 2015

    … to stage, minimum wage / But soon to get an article in Rap Page.” What exactly does this have to do with content marketing? Well, as content continues to expand from the back stairwells of marketing departments, some of the most advanced practitioners have been turning up on the most unlikely stages. For instance, it’s no shock that brands in New…

    Sam Slaughter/ The Content Strategist- 19 readers -
  • Contently Quarterly: The 2015 Issue

    …-powered DeLoreans. For example, IBM is using content to humanize its technology and change the way it interacts with its customers, and The New York Times is helping brands create engaging advertising with rich multimedia projects that combine pop-culture and intimate storytelling. In our latest magazine, Contently Quarterly: The 2015 Issue, we…

    The Content Strategistin Content- 10 readers -
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