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Bonus Resources for Those Who Attended My Content Marketing World Presentation
Thank you for attending my presentation at Content Marketing World 2013 Please share your questions or comments about the presentati . . . Keep Reading
Get a fresh perspective on your content marketing!
Here are some of the ways I use my "insider's view" of consumer electronics to help clients like you: Planning Clarify your content marketing goals and objectiv . . . Keep Reading
Part 16: Create a Content Marketing Style Guide
Style guides can play an big role by helping your content market project a consistent, professional image. Style guides save time by eliminating the need to make editing and formatting decisions w . . . Keep Reading
Part 15: Putting Landing Pages to Work
Landing pages are the most important pages on your blog or website. Landing pages are often more important than the home page of your website. Landing pages are where you turn website traffi . . . Keep Reading
Part 14: Curating Versus Creating Content
You don't have to always create content from scratch. You can also select, analyze, and share content that originates elsewhere. The benefits of curating content includes: . . . Keep Reading
Part 13: Embedding Files in Your Content
Embed files into your content marketing to make it easier for readers to take the next step. Embedding is more effective than linking. Embedding increases your chances for success. L . . . Keep Reading
Part 12: Linking Tips for Content Marketing
Use links to multiply the effectiveness of your content marketing. Here are four ways to use links to improve your content marketing: Provide more information. Don't include everythi . . . Keep Reading
Part 11: Using Subheads to Organize Content
Put subheads to work improving your content marketing. Subheads are words or phrases inserted between paragraphs. Use them to organize your ideas by indicating the end of one topic and the beginni . . . Keep Reading
Part 10: Most Desired Action
Before you start to write, ask yourself, "What's the MDA--or, Most Desired Action--I want readers to take?" Knowing the Most Desired Action saves you time and helps you create better content. It . . . Keep Reading
Part 9: Track What You Write
Create a system to track your content marketing, so you can measure its effectiveness and reuse what you've written for future projects. Benefits include: Metrics. Track the popu . . . Keep Reading
Part 8: Creating an Editorial Calendar
The easiest way to improve your content marketing is to create an editorial calendar displaying upcoming topics. Start by choosing a topic, or theme, for each of the upcoming months during the co . . . Keep Reading
Part 7: Time Management Tips
Although there will never seems to be enough time for content marketing... You're in control of your time! Here are some of the ways you can make the time for creating the content ma . . . Keep Reading
Welcome to the WECAI Resource Page
Thank you for attending when Heidi Richards interviewed me on April 3, 2013. Here are some content marketing links for you to explore, including articles, blog posts, reports, and worksheets. p . . . Keep Reading
Part 6: Habits & Writing Success
Your writing habits have more to do with your content marketing success than your writing background. pPSuccessful writers usually have a 3-step system that has become a habit. The steps include: . . . Keep Reading
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