Content marketing: Telling Meaningful Stories

How to write a good post-conference blog post (in my opinion)

With conference season in full swing many marketers out there are working on and refining their conference strategies. This could include: Attending Networking Exhibiting Speaking Sponsoring Social media engagement Give aways Blog posts All those tactics – especially when done in concert with each other and other tactics – can bring in leads to a […]

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ORGANIZATIONAL STORYTELLING: How to decide whether or not to do a podcast

Podcasting has continued to grow and according to some experts out there will continue to grow so I think it's a fair question: should my organization do a podcast? Some organizations might scream: Another channel? It has to stop somewhere. And that is actually a valid statement because we can't do everything and definitely can't […]

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Blogging frequency: How often should I publish a blog post?

I was reminded of this topic during a summer 2017 blogchat on Twitter. Really, if you ask 10 people on what the right frequency is you likely will get 10 different answers. Related: Mack Collier’s blogchat prep post on the frequency of blogging Some people will tell you that if your posts  are high-quality it’s […]

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Guess who is now a YouTuber… #dadlife 

Not me. LOL. 😱😂 My daughter is now a self-declared YouTuber. Her channel can be found here.  That means that she: Has her own channel Publishes regularly  Tells stories  Is comfortable on camera 🎥 (aka her iPad) She’s done a nice job publishing almost daily videos discussing a variety of things I mostly don’t understand: […]

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Why sometimes basic  content is actually needed

You might remember those moments in school:  You write something  The teacher edits something out and says that is implied or people just know that  It’s common sense knowledge! Or something like that. But who actually decides what’s common or basic knowledge anyway? I get reminded of this all the time: I read things and […]

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How long before people will miss our content – if ever?

I love ❤️ Dilbert! You know the daily cartoon that so honestly and often (unfortunately) accurately makes fun of American corporate culture.  I used to read it in the printed newspaper and then stopped getting printed newspapers. I started reading it online from time to time. And of course, sometimes presenters at conferences or events […]

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Technology should really resolve the content creation problem of lengthy headlines 

A look at the problem of headlines being too long on certain channels. How can we get that fixed?

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why content marketing projects should be fun

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