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5 Reasons It Pays to be Content-Centric

5 Reasons It Pays to be Content-Centric

If your company publishes a magazine or other publication, it’s likely your publication(s) sit at the center of your company. Read More

How Many Cuts of Content Are You Serving?

How Many Cuts of Content Are You Serving?

Anyone who knows me—or who has seen my photo—knows I like to eat. I’m not particularly choosey about the type of cuisine. At the top and bottom of my food pyramid is meat. When a restaurant server brings out the tray of different cuts of steak, I have a tough time picking because they all look great. Read More

Q&A: Shane Snow on Virtual Reality and Content and Why Organic Social No Longer Works

Q&A: Shane Snow on Virtual Reality and Content and Why Organic Social No Longer Works

Wearable tech and content don’t really go together says journalist, author and co-founder of Contently Inc. Shane Snow. The self-professed tech geek says he’s more excited about the impact virtual reality will have on content. Here, he explains why organic social is no longer effective and why programmatic content may deliver results but brands that use counter-intuitive methods will realize the biggest breakthroughs. Read More

Q&A: Michael Brenner on the ROI of Content Marketing

Q&A: Michael Brenner on the ROI of Content Marketing

Uninformed executives are the biggest threat to B2B content marketers, says Michael Brenner, head of strategy for content marketing platform provider NewsCred. A strong believer in the value of content, Brenner says it will always deliver ROI and tells Content King Juliet Stott how businesses can incentivize employees to contribute to their thought leadership and content marketing efforts. Read More

Of Dogs and Blogs

Of Dogs and Blogs

After college, a few of my buddies rented a house together, hoping to continue the campus lifestyle that they had grown accustomed to after moving out of the dorms. For various reasons, they decided to get a dog. I dropped in a few weeks after they moved in and asked them what their dog’s name was, and they said it was Dog. Read More

Q&A: Keith Kawasaki on the Longevity of Print

Q&A: Keith Kawasaki on the Longevity of Print

In a world where digital dominates, Keith Kawasaki, VP of client services at iostudio, which publishes the Army National Guard’s flagship magazine GX® The Guard Experience, remains a champion of print. He describes it as a magnetic experience, something that will bring people together in a meaningful way. Here, Kawasaki talks to Content King Juliet Stott about the longevity of print and why it’s still holding its own against social media. Read More

MSP-C Techfast: The Fundamentals of Paid Social Media

MSP-C Techfast: The Fundamentals of Paid Social Media

Paid social media: all the cool kids are doing it. The New York Times does it. Vimeo does it. Hellmann’s Mayo does it. As a user, you’ve seen — and possibly even interacted with — the sponsored and promoted posts scattered amongst organic activity on your social networks. Read More

Own the Topic, Own the Conversation

Own the Topic, Own the Conversation

The less it’s about you, the more it’s about you.

It’s a difficult concept to grasp. It’s even more difficult to sell up the corporate ladder, where executives at the highest levels expect to see corporate logos used as lead graphic elements and their products and services breathlessly mentioned in every sentence of content created by their marketing departments. Read More

Brian Johnson Named CRMA's Designer of the Year

Brian Johnson Named CRMA's Designer of the Year

MINNEAPOLIS – Each year, the City and Regional Magazine Association (CRMA) honors one art director with the Designer of the Year Award. This year’s winner is Minnesota native and current MSP Communications creative director, Brian Johnson, for his “eye-catching portraits, sophisticated typography and captivating photo illustrations” displayed in his early 2014 work at Texas Monthly. Read More

Q&A: Nic McCarthy on Brands as Publishers and the ‘Editorial Mindset’

Q&A: Nic McCarthy on Brands as Publishers and the ‘Editorial Mindset’

Not every brand can become a publisher, says The Content Council’s Content Director of the Year Nic McCarthy of UK content marketing agency Seven. But all brands can adopt an “editorial mindset.” In this Q and A, McCarthy chats with Content King Juliet Stott about what it means to be a content director and why ad-blocking will raise standards in the industry. Read More

Best Practices for YouTube Metadata

Best Practices for YouTube Metadata

YouTube is a great place to host video content for several reasons:

  • It’s free.
  • It’s fast and reliable.
  • There’s a built-in, “always on” audience of people looking for specific video content.
  • YouTube videos show up easily in Google searches.
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Getting Social Right for Retailers

Getting Social Right for Retailers

Looking for some social media inspiration? Check out BEARPAW. Whether it’s on TwitterFacebookInstagram or any other social site, the shoemaker tells its story with a consistent voice and tone. That’s one of the reasons Hugh Sinclair, vice president of logistics for Shopping Blitz, holds the retailer in high social esteem. Read More

Q&A: Karen McGrane on the Importance of Adaptive Content

Q&A: Karen McGrane on the Importance of Adaptive Content

Digital can no longer be a “carbuncle on the side of a company” says Content Strategist and Information Architect Karen McGrane. In the past 20 years she has been instrumental in transitioning major U.S. publishers’ content from print to digital. She has worked with Hearst, The Atlantic, Fast Company and Time Inc., referring to publishers as canaries in the content coal mine. MSP-C Content King Juliet Stott interviewed McGrane about the importance of adaptive content and what big business can learn from the publishers who’ve been forced to go digital. Read More

10 Tips to Earn Media Buzz for Your New Product or Service

10 Tips to Earn Media Buzz for Your New Product or Service

Healthcare journalists explain how you as a PR person can earn media attention for your healthcare digital products and services. (Psst: these tips are valid for almost any industry or product.) Read More

How To: Stand Out on LinkedIn

How To: Stand Out on LinkedIn

LinkedIn is the legacy social platform for the professional marketplace. As of March 2015, there were 347 million LinkedIn users, with two new users joining each second. Of those users, 40 percent check LinkedIn daily.  Read More

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