M Is for Mistakes: The Cheeky A-Z Guide for Content Marketing

I hate to make mistakes. Even more than that, I hate to be wrong. I’ll sometimes freeze at making a decision because I don’t want to make the wrong one.  I bet many of you reading this get stuck the same way (if not, please share how you decide to . . . decide). As…

J Is for Journey – The Cheeky A-Z Guide for Content Marketing

The journey of what seems like 1,000 steps to acquiring a customer starts with your ability to help them solve a problem.  You need to insert yourself into your customer’s story as the sidekick, not the hero.   Your customer is the hero/heroine. They’re Frodo Baggins; you’re Samwise Gamgee.* Or, since it’s awards season, you want…

I is for Inbound — The Cheeky A-Z Guide for Content Marketing

What's in a name? that which we call a roseBy any other name would smell as sweet; Romeo and Juliet, Shakespeare I use inbound marketing and content marketing nearly interchangeably, even though they aren’t exactly the same. It seems that “inbound” is generally seen as the overarching strategy and that content marketing fits within the…

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