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Q&A: Jayne Haugen Olson on Why You Must Know Your Audience
MSP-C’s Jayne Haugen Olson knows a thing or two about creating outstanding content. As VP of content, she oversees more than 15 proprietary and custom magazines, as well as a growing digital portfolio, which collectively reaches an impressive audience of 150 million readers each year. Olson serves as the editor in chief of Delta Air Lines’ Sky magazine, the world’s leading in-flight print title with more than 5 million readers each month.
ClickZ Live 2016 Conference Takeaways
It’s easy to attend a conference, feel inspired and then forget to go back and implement strategies and learnings shared from speakers and other attendees. In an effort to overcome that practice, we’ve broken out our favorite sessions from 2016 ClickZ Live San Francisco with actionable takeaways to improve your digital marketing strategy.
Putting Some Thought into Thought Leadership
Who doesn’t want to be considered a thought leader in their field? As a go-to thinker on the most pressing issues in their industry? As the person your audience thinks of first when they need crucial insights on matters near and dear to their hearts? When you speak, people lean in and listen.
The Best of #CMWorld on Twitter
We’re having a great time at the Content Marketing World 2016 conference, thanks to the speakers, attendees, theatrics and, well, coffee. We’ve also thoroughly enjoyed the conversations, takeaways and jokes happening on our favorite real-time social platform: Twitter.
Give the User What They Want
BY DAVID BURDA
I do a lot of reading in my current position. I spend one to two hours each morning pouring through the latest healthcare business and policy information available online from peer-reviewed journals, industry trade publications, vendor white papers, market research firms, government reports and more.
Q&A: Joe Pulizzi on 2016's Content Marketing Trends
The Enterprise B2B Content Marketing 2016 report from the Content Marketing Institute (CMI) and MarketingProfs found that almost half (47 percent) of businesses surveyed plan to increase their content marketing budgets again in the next year.
Mommy, Where Do Blog Posts Come From?
Stop me if you’ve heard this one before. A corporation starts a thought-leadership blog on its website only to have it go fallow after six months because no one can think of anything new to write about.