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B2C Content Marketing Trends: Key Findings from the 2015 Study

Polaris

The Content Marketing Institute (CMI) and MarketingProfs recently released their latest joint study on the use of content in the marketing mix: B2C Content Marketing, 2015 Benchmarks, Budgets and Trends—North America. Email marketing clearly deserves to be near the top of the list.

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Thought Leadership vs. Content Marketing

5W PR

Businesses looking to increase brand awareness are already familiar with the popularity of thought leadership when it comes to their marketing tactics. The same thing goes for content marketing, which is frequently praised for creating more leads compared to other strategies.

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Content Marketing and the Customer Experience

5W PR

Marketers who are successful in connecting with their target audiences would also attest to that, but is it happening? Content Marketing Institute recently weighed in on the matter by sharing results of its research of folks who work at B2B and B2C companies. Content Marketing. Why the contrast?

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How to Create a Content Marketing Plan

Critical Mention

Did you know that over 60% of businesses don’t have a documented content marketing strategy according to CMI and MarketingProfs? Without a plan, you risk all of your content efforts going to waste. We have 10 steps on how to create your next content marketing plan: What exactly is content marketing?

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Finding The Content Marketing Sweet Spot

Cision

Last year, 90 percent of B2C marketers used content marketing, but only 34 percent felt they were successful. And while 69 percent are creating more content than years past, few are being heard. They can afford to ignore us,” says Joe Pulizzi, founder of Content Marketing Institute.

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State of Content Marketing 2019: Creativity Strikes Back

Contently - Strategy

The brand had a slick new site, detailed persona work, and a strong SEO gameplan. “Content marketing just doesn’t work,” they said. I’ve worked at Contently, one of the pioneers in content marketing, since 2013. Millions of people read Monster’s content each month.

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Here’s Why Finance Brands Need to Care About Cryptocurrency Content

Contently - Strategy

” Mint became one of content marketing’s first rags-to-riches story when Intuit acquired the company for $170 million in 2009, in large part because of how the blog had helped them establish a strong brand, acquire users, and earn their brand loyalty. As they put it: “The hardest keyword to compete for.

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