Content Marketing

  1. Does Your Business Belong on Wikipedia?

    You’ve heard it before: “Wikipedia is not a credible source.” Five years ago as a diligent college student, hunkered down at my corner library desk, I would have agreed with this statement. (Side note: yes, only five years ago. Stop judging.) But after having many clients ask me, “Should my company have a Wikipedia page?”…

  2. 20 Marketing Lessons Learned from “The Story of Content: Rise of the New Marketing”

    I’ve long been a fan of the Content Marketing Institute, an organization whose mission is to advance the practice of content marketing. Watching and learning from the Content Marketing Institute was a part of the inspiration that led me to write Found: Connecting with Customers in the Digital Age. The institute just released a very…

  3. How To Write A Good Email Subject Line

    Editors Note April 19th, 2016: Taking a look back at this blog, the reasoning and algorithm suggested below still pertains to current best practices in subject line strategy.  Creating an engaging subject line is one of the only ways you can truly get your audience to open the email you designed, wrote and worked so…