Categorized: Content Strategy

Content Distribution Plan: What It Is, Why It Matters & How To Use It

Posted by Ross Simmonds 21 November, 2018 1 comment

Content distribution plans have never been more important than today. A content distribution plan is a strategic guide that helps an organization disseminate its content, whether it’s promoting the latest blog post or sharing a new ebook. Publishing content can only take you so far; a content distribution plan makes sure that content is seen… Read more »

The 14 Top Marketing Podcasts For B2B Marketers In 2019

Posted by Josh Gallant 01 October, 2018 1 comment

Top B2B Podcasts For 2019: Noah Kagan Presents The GaryVee Audio Experience Foundr Podcast Seeking Wisdom Online Marketing Made Easy The Tim Ferriss Show Masters Of Scale, And much more… The top marketing podcasts are more popular than ever before. Just how popular are they, you ask? As of 2017, the number of total podcast… Read more »

11 B2B Marketing Trends & Studies That Every Marketer Should Know

Posted by Nicole Jackson 12 September, 2018 5 comments

I find the word trend to sometimes have a negative connotation associated with it. When we’re talking fashion or the newest superfood, a trend tends to indicate something that’s being followed right now, but that’s not necessarily bound to last. Well, that’s not the only kind of trend. The trend I’m referring to describes the… Read more »

45 Eye-Opening LinkedIn Statistics For B2B Marketers In 2018

Posted by Josh Gallant 01 September, 2018 10 comments

LinkedIn is a B2B gold mine… It’s where most Fortune 500 decision-makers and executives like to spend their spare time. The best part? More often than not, they’re actually scrolling through actively looking for valuable content to read. There isn’t the same barrier you need to break down like on other social platforms like Facebook…. Read more »

4 Content Marketing Tips To Use When Marketing On Reddit

Posted by Ross Simmonds 10 August, 2018 No comments

Marketing on Reddit. Three words that invoke fear and aversion. As marketers around the world scream that Reddit is a place that brands need to avoid – it sounds to me like it’s the perfect opportunity. As brands are rushing in herds to chase the latest apps, a handful of brands are sitting back and enjoying a constant… Read more »