NAPC introduces a service designed to allow marketers avoid agency delays by giving them control of their own content and graphics.
Imagine if all the electronic content thrown your way daily was actually printed on paper. To stand out from those piles of worthless pixels, you must offer your audiences intriguing insight from the get-go.
Unfortunately, there's no magic bullet to help you measure the impact of your content marketing. But strategy (versus "random acts of content") is essential.
The age-old practice of content marketing, revitalized through digital, is more alluring than ever.
Creating marketing content without a plan will waste time, resources, and effort.
5 tips for harnessing internal expertise to create compelling content.
The 2014 Essential Guide to Content Marketing—everything you need to know about content marketing, all in one spot. Read on for insight.
Here's how marketers can sidestep all-too-common marketing gaffes that annoy customers.
Marketers need an agile content supply chain to keep fresh content coming.
Marketers provide tools to help convert new customers, but fall short in advising sales pros on what to deploy and when, says a new survey.
Marketers who use content as part of their marketing mix must ensure that their content is meaningful for their audience.
The roaming gnome can't do it all! Travelocity enhances its site content to personalize the customer experience
If a brand's considering e-commerce, it better not leap before it looks—that is, if it wants to keep its customers.
In the marketing world, everyone wants to talk metrics ("actionable data" is to the marketing world what "organic" is to grocery stores). Ultimately, it's content that's going to drive results, either positively or negatively.
NetSuite plans make content management a major priority for its developers and e-commerce customers, said Andy Lloyd, GM of e-commerce products.
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SK&A is a leading provider of U.S. healthcare information solutions and databases. As ...