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  • 7+ Content Marketing Writing Tips That You Didn’t Learn In School

    You don’t have to follow all those school-taught English lessons in your writing. But you do have to make sure your content is good. Here’s some thoughts to help you write for reader and brand success. Continue reading → The post 7+ Content Marketing Writing Tips That You Didn’t Learn in School appeared first on Content Marketing Institute. Continue reading 7+ Content Marketing Writing Tips That You Didn’t Learn In School

    August 2 Content Marketing | contentmarketinginstitute.com
  • Shea Tullos

    Shea is a copywriter/creative director at Cactus in Denver. Since his last post on MC (back on 02.04.19), he’s been busy—including making the jump to CD at Cactus. Lots of new work up on his site for Colorado Lottery (ton of fun spots), Odell Brewing, 7-Eleven, and Camp Colorado. Definitely time for an update. Portfolio: […] Continue reading Shea Tullos

    July 31 Content Marketing | www.moderncopywriter.com
  • Competitions And Compromises Abound – But Which Brands Are Winning?

    This week, McDonald’s searches for besties on Twitter, Heinz wants to end a long-standing food feud, and new competitors are taking to the field of sports content marketing. Continue reading → The post Competitions and Compromises Abound – But Which Brands Are Winning? appeared first on Content Marketing Institute. Continue reading Competitions And Compromises Abound – But Which Brands Are Winning?

    July 30 Content Marketing | contentmarketinginstitute.com
  • How To Create Winning Sales-Enablement Content

    To increase sales, many businesses invest more in marketing or hire more salespeople. But there’s a more affordable – and fundamental way: Create more effective sales-enablement content. Continue reading → The post How to Create Winning Sales-Enablement Content appeared first on Content Marketing Institute. Continue reading How To Create Winning Sales-Enablement Content

    July 29 Content Marketing | contentmarketinginstitute.com
  • Six Content Ideas To Supercharge Your Marketing In 2021

    In the era of content overload, here's how you can brew fresh ideas to bolster your marketing strategy and stand out The post Six content ideas to supercharge your marketing in 2021 appeared first on Search Engine Watch. Continue reading Six Content Ideas To Supercharge Your Marketing In 2021

    July 28 Content Marketing | www.searchenginewatch.com
  • Providing The Best Answer May No Longer Be The Best Strategy For SEO [Video Series]

    How are you optimizing the content journey for all those search engines (yes, not just Google) and searchers? It’s no longer about providing the best answer. Read on (or watch) the newest Marketing Makers episode. Continue reading → The post Providing the Best Answer May No Longer Be the Best Strategy for SEO [Video Series] appeared first on Content Marketing Institute. Continue reading Providing The Best Answer May No Longer Be The Best Strategy For SEO [Video Series]

    July 28 Content Marketing | contentmarketinginstitute.com
  • How To Turn Influencers Into A Powerful Content Force

    Successful influencer marketing can be tangled and tricky to create, execute, and manage. If you want today’s social tastemakers to amplify your content’s reach, you better be prepared. Here’s some help. Continue reading → The post How to Turn Influencers Into a Powerful Content Force appeared first on Content Marketing Institute. Continue reading How To Turn Influencers Into A Powerful Content Force

    July 27 Content Marketing | contentmarketinginstitute.com
  • 14 Easy Ways To Carve Out Creative Time For Your Business

    It’s not always easy to carve out creative time, but when you charge for creative work, time equals money. So,... Continue Reading The post 14 Easy Ways to Carve Out Creative Time for Your Business appeared first on Copyblogger. Continue reading 14 Easy Ways To Carve Out Creative Time For Your Business

    July 26 Content Marketing | copyblogger.com
  • Curiosity May Have Killed The Cat But It Could Save Your Content

    It’s tempting to exploit innate human curiosity with dramatic headlines and provocative social posts. But it won’t pay off in the long run – unless you understand how to keep audiences reading, watching, and clicking for more. Continue reading → The post Curiosity May Have Killed the Cat But It Could Save Your Content appeared first on Content Marketing Institute. Continue reading Curiosity May Have Killed The Cat But It Could Save Your Content

    July 26 Content Marketing | contentmarketinginstitute.com
  • Every Day Will Be Taco Tuesday For One Lucky Social Media Pro

    This week in content marketing: McCormick spices up the job market. Vidyard treats influencers to a movie-premiere experience. And Ben & Jerry’s ends its Twitter deep freeze. What does it all mean for content marketing? Continue reading → The post Every Day Will Be Taco Tuesday for One Lucky Social Media Pro appeared first on Content Marketing Institute. Continue reading Every Day Will Be Taco Tuesday For One Lucky Social Media Pro

    July 23 Content Marketing | contentmarketinginstitute.com