Some good thoughts from the Content Marketing Institute for bloggers that getting serious about blogging ‘on purpose’…
Here’s something all-American content marketers can relate to! What makes up the ‘meat’ of an effective content strategy? Digital Strategist Mark Smicklas decided to illustrate what he believes is crucial with this amazing infographicinspired by the American Classic. Source: Food for Thought: The Content Strategy Burger [INFOGRAPHIC] | The Content Strategist Now I’m hungry!
Later today, I'll be posting on some major changes that are happening in my business and on this site -- you'll want to be sure to check back later! In the meantime, every day I pull together the best of what I've read on one aspect of my focus. Mondays are all about content marketing … Continue reading Trending topics in content marketing
I'd like to call your attention to a new webinar being offered by Dana VanDen Heuvel of Green Bay. In a couple of weeks, Dana will be speaking on the topic of business blogging for thought leadership and few people know this topic better than him. Dana says... "Blogging is one of the most important … Continue reading Blogging for Thought Leadership
John Jantsch recently wrote on the topic of "Profiting from other people's content". He says... "Don't be alarmed by that title -- I'm not talking about stealing content for gain, I'm talking about adding the filtering and aggregating of content to your content consumption, creation and sharing routine. Pretty much everyone has bought into the … Continue reading Consume, create, connect!
Image via Wikipedia In order to establish trust these days, producing helpful content for your target audience is essential. This per John Jantsch, publisher of Duct Tape Marketing, a leading resource on small business marketing. ...[P]eople today have come to expect to find information about any product, service, company, individual, cause or challenge they face … Continue reading Will blogging become essential for lawyers to establish trust?