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  1. 1. 42 HOT TIPS for Compelling Content MarketinG A Look back on 6 years of Content Marketing Institute articles #CMI42
  2. 2. Why Content Marketing? (NOTE: This is from Joe’s inaugural Junta42 post) “One thing is for sure, it is the organizations, not individual users or publishers, that have the greatest opportunity (and possibly learning curve) to create valuable content that makes an impact on people. Smart organizations are doing it now. More will come. Things are going to get interesting.” — Joe Pulizzi  Tweet it: Re: #contentmarketing in 2007: “More will come. Things are going to get interesting.” @juntajoe http://bit.ly/16rQDeP #CMI42
  3. 3. Critical Content Marketing Trends that Signal Big Industry Changes Ahead “‘Content marketing’ is close to surpassing ‘search marketing’ in popularity as a keyword search term.” — Joe Pulizzi  Tweet it: “Content Marketing is close to surpassing search marketing as keyword search term.” @juntajoe http://bit.ly/16lcMth #CMI42 The History of Content Marketing [Infographic] – Corporate Storytelling is Not New “Brands have been telling stories to attract and retain customers for hundreds of years. The difference today is that the barriers to entry (content acceptance, talent and technology) no longer exist for brands to get into the publishing arena.” — Joe Pulizzi  Tweet it: “Barriers to entry no longer exist for brands to get into publishing arena.” @juntajoe http://bit.ly/12eeYlM #CMI42 #CMI42
  4. 4. 24 Top Content Marketing Questions Answered in Less than 140 Characters “Content marketing works with your other marketing, not in replacement of. The issue now is that most brands are underdeveloped in content marketing and we have to catch up.” — Joe Pulizzi  Tweet it: “Most brands are underdeveloped in #contentmarketing & we have to catch up.” @juntajoe http://bit.ly/Z0b9Oq #CMI42 The 7 Business Goals of Content Marketing: Inbound Marketing Isn’t Enough “The point is, there is no black and white in marketing; it’s all gray. There are no silver bullets. Marketing objectives sometimes need to be solved with a combination of efforts, not by putting all your eggs in one basket.” — Joe Pulizzi  Tweet it: “The point is, there is no black & white in marketing; it’s all gray.” @juntajoe http://bit.ly/Ts8TiI #CMI42 #CMI42
  5. 5. First Things First — Content Strategy Before Social Strategy “The question marketers must ask themselves is: “What makes my brand so interesting that people will want to talk about it and share it with their friends?” (Even boring brands have something interesting to say!) You can’t succeed in social media if you don’t have something interesting to say.” — Patricia Redsicker  Tweet it: “What makes my brand so interesting people will want to talk about it & share w friends?” @predsicker http://bit.ly/Z0capH #CMI42 Content Marketing: The Fallacy that More is Better “There was a time for more, but that time has passed.” — Joe Pulizzi  Tweet it: Re: #contentmarketing: “There was a time for more, but that time has passed.” @juntajoe http://bit.ly/14M7Stg #CMI42 #CMI42
  6. 6. The CMI Content Marketing Framework: 7 Building Blocks to Success “There are no “silver bullets” or one-size-fits-all plans that apply to every organization. However, there are some core, common elements across successful content marketing programs.” — Joe Pulizzi  Tweet it: “There are some core, common elements across successful.” #contentmarketing programs @juntajoe http://bit.ly/14DkFh8 #CMI42 Why You Need a Content Marketing Mission Statement “I feel [the mission statement] is critical to set the tone for the idea of content marketing, or any marketing for that matter. Marketing professionals from so many small and large businesses get so fixated on channels such as blogs, Facebook or Pinterest that they honestly have no clue of the underlying content strategy. So, the why must come before the what.” — Joe Pulizzi  Tweet it: “[Companies] have no clue of underlying content strategy. The WHY must come before the WHAT.” @juntajoe http://bit.ly/RHmykD #CMI42 #CMI42
  7. 7. Getting Buy-In for Your Content Marketing: A 3-Point Process “In your pitch, ask for a trial period of six months to a year to test out a content marketing program — chances are the executives will be more comfortable with this than they would be with making an all-or-nothing, long-term commitment to a program they may be unfamiliar with.” — Joe Griffin  Tweet it: “Ask for a trial period of 6 mo to 1 yr to test out #contentmarketing program” @joegriffin http://bit.ly/VU1E3W #CMI42 How to Justify the Cost of Content Marketing “Content marketing costs 31 percent less than paid search for mid-size organizations and 41 percent less than paid search for large organizations.” — Michele Linn  Tweet it: “#contentmarketing costs 31% less than paid search for mid-size orgs, 41% less for large orgs” @michelelinn http://bit.ly/V2p225 #CMI42 #CMI42
  8. 8. Developing a Buyer Persona? Avoid these 4 Common Mistakes “If your buyer personas are based on generic or internal ideas about your buyers, your content won’t be any better than it was before you had personas.” — Adele Revella  Tweet it: “If buyer personas are based on generic/internal ideas…your content won’t get any better.” @BuyerPersona http://bit.ly/RmXu5A #CMI42 Content Marketing Strategy: 3 Experts on Tapping Influencers “As Amanda Maksymiw, Leslie Reiser, and Waynette Tubbs remind us, it can be beneficial to look beyond the most obvious, popular people in your network to help you spread the word. [Think about employees and customers, too.]” — Michele Linn  Tweet it: “It can be beneficial to look beyond the most obvious, popular people in your network to help spread the word.” @michelelinn http://bit.ly/YsDMEi #CMI42 #CMI42
  9. 9. Brand Storytelling: 10 Steps to Start Your Content Marketing Hero’s Journey “The [Hero’s Journey] structure is meant to provide a platform to help you to develop a way to tell your story, or maybe to discover what’s missing from your existing story. It’s not a template for the story — this is an important distinction, because your story will be unique to you, your brand, and the experience you are trying to create.” — Robert Rose  Tweet it: “[Hero’s Journey] structure is meant to...help develop a way to tell your story” @Robert_Rose http://bit.ly/Z5JL1W #CMI42 7 Steps to Creating Your Content Marketing Channel Plan “The content strategy defines the channel strategy — not the other way around.” — Joe Pulizzi  Tweet it: “The content strategy defines the channel strategy — not the other way around.” @juntajoe http://bit.ly/VmUfZE #CMI42 #CMI42
  10. 10. 58 Social Media Ideas to Inspire Your Content Marketing “Content is nothing without the right distribution channels, which is why content marketing and social media make a great team.” — Michele Linn  Tweet it: “Content is nothing w/out right channels; #contentmarketing & social media make a great team.” @michelelinn http://bit.ly/XKuDtT #CMI42 12 Tips for Keyword Selection to Guide Your Content Marketing SEO “If you constantly create internet content without thinking through search engine optimization (SEO) and keywords, you will rank for something (content does resonate with search engine algorithms). Yet, you will consistently run the risk of shortchanging your SEO strategy — and your company’s ability to grab its fair share of relevant search engine traffic — for branding, conversions and more.” — Mike Murray  Tweet it: If you create internet content w/o thinking SEO/keywords…you shortchange #SEO strategy.” @mikeonlinecoach http://bit.ly/XLPAzM #CMI42 #CMI42
  11. 11. Planning Your Content Marketing Team: Critical Positions and Salary Info “There are 6 key players on a content marketing team: Chief Content Officer/VP of marketing; managing editor; content creator, content producer, Chief Listening Officer” — Michele Linn  Tweet it: “There are 6 key players on #contentmarketing team” – read more from @michelelinn http://bit.ly/VNdT3Q #CMI42 Chief Content Officer Job Description Sample Template “The CCO requires a combination marketing and publishing mindset, with the most important aspect being to think “customer first”. In essence, the CCO is the corporate storyteller that must be empathetic toward the pain points of the customer.” — Joe Pulizzi  Tweet it: “The CCO is the corporate storyteller that must be empathetic toward pain points of customer.” @juntajoe http://bit.ly/SoAQqp #CMI42 #CMI42
  12. 12. Can B2B Marketers Become Content Whisperers? “When trying to determine if what you’re hearing from prospects should inform your content marketing strategy, the first thing you need to do is ground the feedback. Is the person (or people) you’re listening to representative of the persona the marketing program is designed to engage?” — Ardath Albee  Tweet it: “Is the person u r listening to representative of persona the mktg program is designed to engage?” @ardath421 http://bit.ly/VrtXav #CMI42 14 Sources for Content Curation Inspiration “After you pick a topic to produce content around, one of the most common questions about getting started with content curation is where do you get your content? After all, your curation efforts can only be as good as the source of your content.” — Pawan Deshpande  Tweet it: “Your curation efforts can only be as good as the source of your content.” @getcurata http://bit.ly/VyB0A2 #CMI42 #CMI42
  13. 13. The Essential Guide for Meta Descriptions that Will Get You Found Online “If you think meta descriptions are no longer important, this post may change your mind. In fact, with the rise of social media, they are more valuable than ever.” — Brad Shorr  Tweet it: “In rise of social media, [meta descriptions] are more valuable than ever.” @bradshorr http://bit.ly/V2sQQP #CMI42 8 KPIs Your Content Marketing Measurement Should Include “it is important to keep in mind that not all unique visits are the same. For example, a unique visit to a white paper might be much more valuable for lead generation purposes than a unique visit to a blog — especially if that visit spends more time with the content (which we’ll get more into later on).“ —Neil Bhapkar  Tweet it: “It is important to keep in mind that not all unique visits are the same.” @neilbhaps http://bit.ly/Wnb7Cy #CMI42 #CMI42
  14. 14. A Field Guide to the 4 Types of Content Marketing Metrics #eBook “Remember why you started creating content in the first place — to achieve business goals, rather than content objectives.” — Michele Linn  Tweet it: “Remember why you started creating content in 1st place - to achieve business goals.” @jaybaer @michelelinn http://bit.ly/SDaU8Y #CMI42 12 Months of Content Marketing Ideas for SlideShare “To get started on the road to SlideShare content marketing success, build your ideas into your editorial calendar, assign one of the above ideas to each of the 12 upcoming months, and then delegate and schedule the activities required for each presentation.” — Roger Parker  Tweet it: “To get started on @SlideShare #contentmarketing success, build ideas into editorial calendar.” @rogercparker http://bit.ly/Z5RnXB #CMI42 #CMI42
  15. 15. 42 Content Marketing Ideas for 2013 “Create a piece of content in 2013 that would be completely unexpected and see what happens.” — Joe Pulizzi  Tweet it: “Create a piece of content in 2013 that would be completely unexpected; see what happens.” @juntajoe http://bit.ly/XoRSuD #CMI42 21 Types of Content We Crave “If your content doesn’t resonate with your audience, then they won’t follow you where you want to take them. For content marketers, this is a cardinal sin. The Key Question Is: What kind of content universally resonates with people?” — Scott Aughtmon  Tweet it: “If your content doesn’t resonate with your audience, then they won’t follow you…” @rampbusinesses http://bit.ly/XJeuoW #CMI42 #CMI42
  16. 16. How to Create an Idea Dashboard to Track Your Favorite Content Ideas “Just like the dashboard of your automobile allows you to monitor numerous functions at a glance (i.e., current speed, miles traveled, available gasoline, current radio station, and comfort settings, etc.), an idea dashboard helps you monitor ideas worthy of further study.” — Roger Parker  Tweet it: “An idea dashboard helps you monitor ideas worthy of further study.” @rogercparker http://bit.ly/XJf2vb #CMI42 7 Tricks Content Marketing Trendsetters Can Teach You for 2013 “Forming relevant partnerships is an age-old marketing technique that you can put to good use in your content marketing. By partnering up, you can reach new audience members. Partnering doesn’t always require you to find a match within your industry; all you need to share is a target audience.” — Mark Sherbin  Tweet it: “Partnering doesn’t require finding an industry match. All you need to share is target audience.” @marksherbin http://bit.ly/W8kqGd #CMI42 #CMI42
  17. 17. 5 Content Strategies for Boring Brands “No matter what kind of product or service you offer, there’s no reason for a boring presentation. Any product can be showcased in a way that is interesting, appealing, even surprising!” — Patricia Redsicker  Tweet it: “Any product can be showcased in a way that is interesting, appealing, even surprising!” @predsicker http://bit.ly/12q7zAo #CMI42 100 Inspirational, Educational and Just-Plain-Cool Content Marketing Examples “Looking for content marketing ideas? Aren’t we all? In the moments when I feel most overwhelmed with all the blogs, white papers, articles, social media posts, and more that exist online, sometimes it helps to take a step back and just browse my favorite sites for inspiration.” — Anna Ritchie  Tweet it: “Sometimes it helps to take a step back & just browse my favorite sites for inspiration.” @apritchie http://bit.ly/YRDp8V #CMI42 #CMI42
  18. 18. Content Marketing Playbook 2011: 42 Free Ways to Connect with Customers “In addition to the 42 tactics, we’ve included over 50 different case study examples to help point you in the right direction, with links to the sample projects, from the likes of IBM, Kelly Services, OpenView Venture Partners, Deloitte and more (as well as our own from the Content Marketing Institute).” —Joe Pulizzi  Tweet it: #ContentMarketing Playbook: “In addition to 42 tactics, we’ve included 50+ case study examples…” @juntajoe http://bit.ly/10w2gNT #CMI42 How Your Content Marketing Can Ignite a Movement “Ask yourself: What content can your brand embrace to create a movement or tap a trend?” — Andrew Davis  Tweet it: “Ask yourself: What content can your brand embrace to create a movement or tap a trend?” @TPLDrew http://bit.ly/14DrShi #CMI42 #CMI42
  19. 19. 10 Must-Have Templates for Content Marketers “One of the things that can help most with content marketing is templates – those step-by-step guides that walk you through how to do something.” — Michele Linn  Tweet it: “One of the things that can help most with #contentmarketing is templates.” @michelelinn http://bit.ly/W1DCGm #CMI42 Checklist: 15 Questions to Answer Before Starting a Content Marketing Project “[There are 15] questions I suggest writers ask before submitting a proposal to get a feel for the scope of the project — and to avoid any potential misunderstandings.” — Clare McDermott  Tweet it: “[There are 15] questions I suggest writers ask before submitting a proposal...” ideas from @soloportfolio http://bit.ly/10xeF2L #CMI42 #CMI42
  20. 20. Why Content Marketers Need to be Involved in Site Redesigns “Whether it’s a funky new website or an overhaul of an existing site, the content strategy should be getting discussed from day one.” — Adam Barber  Tweet it: “Whether new site or overhaul of existing site, discuss content strategy on day 1.” @castlefordmedia http://bit.ly/12cNd0P #CMI42 12 Things to Do After You’ve Written a New Blog Post “Rather than rely solely on search engines and a handful of subscribers to pump up your organic volume, content publishers need to establish syndication connections and plan for some targeted promotion to ensure that each piece of content gets noticed by key influencers and your ideal customers.” — Brody Dorland  Tweet it: “Content publishers need to establish syndication connections & plan for targeted promotions.” @brodydorland http://bit.ly/11jOxfC #CMI42 #CMI42
  21. 21. 7 NEW Things to Do After You’ve Written a New Blog Post “Everyone in your company should be syndicating your blog content on their LinkedIn profiles via the WordPress or BlogLink applications.” — Brody Dorland  Tweet it: “Everyone in your co. should be syndicating your blog content on @linkedin profiles…” @brodydorland http://bit.ly/12ew6be #CMI42 21 Things to Help Your Infographics go Viral “Once you’ve determined your goals, identify your targets before making the infographic. Who needs to share this for it to have the best chances of achieving your goal? What do I need to do, and what do I need to produce, for them to share it?” — Andrianes Pinantoan  Tweet it: “Who needs to share [your infographic] for it to have best chances of achieving your goal?” @andreispsyched http://bit.ly/YRG4iT #CMI42 #CMI42
  22. 22. Creating Valuable Content: An Essential Checklist “Great content strategy is about taking the guesswork out of execution, so creativity about content can flourish” — Ahava Leibtag  Tweet it: “Great content strategy is abt taking guesswork out of execution so content creativity can flourish.” @ahaval http://bit.ly/ZyW5WY #CMI42 5 Steps to Creating an Effective Content Mix “Too many companies just set their employees loose to create articles or blog posts. While this isn’t necessarily the worst idea, it doesn’t support a clear focus for the content. You want your content to strike the right balance between being informative and entertaining while also making sure it supports a larger company strategy.” — Kathy Hanbury  Tweet it: “Too many companies just set their employees loose to create articles or blog posts.” @KathyHanbury http://bit.ly/Z60I1J #CMI42 #CMI42
  23. 23. 17 Techie Shortcuts for Content Marketing “It’s a tough job market, and every content professional feels the pressure to “superperform” from time to time to keep the content flowing and the client happy. So, you either need to find a way to clone yourself or find a way to get everything done so you continue to look like the marketing genius that you are.” — Jodi Harris  Tweet it: “In tough job market every content professional feels pressure to “superperform” from time to time” @joderama http://bit.ly/10ojCgW #CMI42 About the Content Marketing Institute: The Content Marketing Institute (CMI) is the leading global content marketing education and training organization. CMI teaches enterprise brands how to attract and retain customers through compelling, multi-channel storytelling. CMI’s Content Marketing World event is the largest content marketing-focused event. CMI also produces the quarterly magazine Chief Content Officer, and provides strategic consulting and content marketing research for some of the best-known brands in the world. Get more content marketing resources at ContentMarketingInstitute.com. CMI is a division of Z Squared Media, a 2012 Inc. 500 company. #CMI42
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