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“India Jones” and the Case of Native Ads in 2014

“India Jones” and the Case of Native Ads in 2014

Content Marketing

“India Jones” and the Native Ad A recent “Daily Show with Jon Stewart” segment went to India to find ... keep reading
The Best Content Marketing Events for Networking

The Best Content Marketing Events for Networking

Content Marketing

There is no shortage of amazing content marketing conferences happening throughout the year. No doubt, those events are ... keep reading
What the Demise of the Cookie Means For Content Marketers

What the Demise of the Cookie Means For Content Marketers

Content Marketing

This article first appeared on the Content Strategist.   Cookies have played a crucial role in content marketing, ... keep reading
Why Gary Vaynerchuk Is Investing In Micro-Content

Why Gary Vaynerchuk Is Investing In Micro-Content

Content Marketing

Gary Vaynerchuk is a digital marketing legend. In the late 1990s, he launched WineLibrary.com, an e-commerce site that ... keep reading
Lyft vs Uber, Coke vs Pepsi: Visual Content is Ammo of Choice in Brand Wars

Lyft vs Uber, Coke vs Pepsi: Visual Content is Ammo of Choice in Brand Wars

Content Marketing

When it comes to advertising and marketing, there’s nothing quite as good as a lively brand war, and one has been ... keep reading
5 Ways Brands Can Avoid Being Muted on Twitter

5 Ways Brands Can Avoid Being Muted on Twitter

Social Media

This article first appeared on the Content Strategist.   Twitter has always been a meritocracy for brands. Every ... keep reading
How to Grow Up From a Brand Blog to a Brand Publisher

How to Grow Up From a Brand Blog to a Brand Publisher

Content Marketing

This article first appeared on the Content Strategist.   Screaming, “I want to be a brand publisher!” from the ... keep reading
The Complete Guide to Choosing a Content Calendar: Tools, Templates, Tips and More

The Complete Guide to Choosing a Content Calendar: Tools, Templates, Tips and More

Content Marketing

This article was first published on the Buffer Blog.     Do you know what you’re posting, sharing, and ... keep reading
From Baseball Cards to Happy Meals: Lessons From the History of Micro-content

From Baseball Cards to Happy Meals: Lessons From the History of Micro-content

Content Marketing

It takes a lot to grab an Internet user’s attention today. Half of all web page visits last for 10 seconds or less, ... keep reading
4 Things Brands Need to Know About the New ‘YouTube For Vines’

4 Things Brands Need to Know About the New ‘YouTube For Vines’

Visual Content

This article first appeared on the Content Strategist.   Twitter just launched a YouTube for Vines, Vine.co, and ... keep reading