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How to Develop a Content Marketing Strategy for Long-Term Growth

Author: Paul Freiberger   Posted on: May 28, 2017

How can you create a content marketing strategy that works? We’ve got a few ideas. Content marketing strategy (also called content strategy or putting a “content plan” in place) often fails to win the respect it deserves given its proven effectiveness. Instead of being made a priority in order to build an audience and do it right, […]

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The Best Content — and How to Get It

Author: Paul Freiberger   Posted on: February 14, 2017

All content is not created equal. We’re not talking about the literary merit of a piece of content. Our generalization has nothing to do with such matters as proper grammar, correct spelling or punctuation. It has little to do with whether an article makes the grade as “good writing.” All of those things seem like […]

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Introducing the Content Marketing Place Seal of Approval for Great Content

Author: Laurie Kretchmar   Posted on: October 7, 2016

Everyone knows about the Good Housekeeping Seal of Approval. And some know about the Malcolm Baldrige award for quality. Drumroll please — at Content Marketing Place, we’re introducing our own version. When we see good stuff, we’ll give it a thumbs up and tell you if it’s “on the map.” Here’s what’s caught our eye […]

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Adrift in a Sea of Writing Tips, Two Tips to Cling to

Author: Paul Freiberger   Posted on: September 25, 2016

If you’ve ever produced written content, a process once called “writing,” and you wondered how to produce better content or how to write better, a trip to the internet is all you need. There you will find a staggering assortment of tips and “hacks” to start you on the path to literary immortality. Before you […]

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