A great content brief focuses on three things: Audience, Brand, and Context.
If you had to choose one or two traits by which you can tell a junior from a senior content marketer, what would they be?
Why you need an outline, and how to create one.
How to create content that is Expert, Actionable, Simple, and Yours.
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There’s a hard truth you, as a marketing person, must face: all brands are of low interest to most people most of the time. Including the one(s) you own…
Whenever you talk about work with other content folks, chances are you're all using the same words but meaning slightly different things without…
What if I told you that a simple spreadsheet can change the course of your entire business?
A unique ability is someone’s one-of-a-kind set of skills and talent that colleagues and clients notice, rely on, and value. Do you know what yours is?
When you live inside a company bubble, it’s easy to ignore the world outside of it.
A lot of folks confuse tactics with strategy when they talk about planning. Here's how to figure out the difference between them.
Nobody comes to our websites thinking “I’m an MQL and need some TOFU-awareness content.” They come because they have a job they need to do and need some…