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The Formula for Creating Ridiculously Good Content: Q&A with Ann Handley

If you have a website, you’re a publisher. And if you’re a publisher, that means everyone on your team should be writing. Bestselling author and MarketingProfs Chief Content Officer Ann Handley lays out a simple formula for producing ridiculously good content.

by Ann Handley
Marketing
Your Messaging Sucks. Here's How to Fix It
High-growth startup teams hear it all the time: Move fast. Fail fast. Rinse and repeat. While that is good advice...
by Cezary Pietrzak
Marketing
Background Videos: Tech’s Hottest Homepage Trend or Passing Fad?
More and more tech companies are turning to the innovative use of video as backgrounds on their homepages. Is it...
by Jonathan Crowe
Marketing
The Walking Dead Marketing Tactics: 13 Outdated Tactics We Should Bury for Good

13 of today’s top marketers let loose on the tactics they wish would go bump and disappear in the night.

by Jonathan Crowe
Marketing
The Lean Brand: Applying Lean Principles to Eliminate Marketing Waste

Is it really possible for companies to apply lean concepts to brand development? Jeremiah Gardner and Brant Cooper not only think so, they also wrote the book on the subject.

by Jonathan Crowe
Marketing
Content Marketing 101: Your Ultimate Resources Guide

Your one-stop collection of actionable tips, tools, and resources to take your content marketing to the next level.

by Jonathan Crowe
Marketing
The Best Content Formats for Each Stage of the Buyer Journey

Buyers are bombarded by more and more content every day. Learn how to rise above the noise (and make better use of your resources) by creating content specifically targeted for each stage of their buyer journey.

by Jonathan Crowe
Marketing
6 Ways to Leverage and Empower Brand Ambassadors

When leveraged properly, your customers can be the greatest marketing asset you have. Here are six tactics to recruit them as brand ambassadors.

by Brandon Hickie
Marketing
3 Warning Signs Your B2B Marketing Lacks Confidence

B2B marketing has a bad rap. It’s bland. It’s boring. It’s cold and impersonal. It’s more of the same and it’s easy to forget. That’s because the vast majority of it is missing one crucial thing.

by Jonathan Crowe