Best of content marketing articles, Q3 2015

Best of Content Marketing articles, Q3 2015

Hi everyone,

We wanted to share with you the Best Of Content Marketing articles we wrote in the past 3 months. And in extra, get the list of the best tools for the publishing phase of content marketing!

How to write good blog posts for your audience and SEO and make sure they perform.

Here is a step by step methodology you can use to write good blog posts for SEO and for your audience. There are also 4 bonuses to make sure these great blog posts perform! Read more.

7 ways for small businesses to generate leads with social media.

Small businesses do social media for exposure but ultimately the goal is leads. Not easy! Yet there are at least 7 ways to generate leads with social media. Read more.

12 signs you’re wasting time on content marketing.

Lack of time came in as the #1 challenge for both B2B and B2C marketers. Each item of this list is a sign you’re wasting time on content marketing. View the list.

Content curation should be a daily habit for all marketers.

Les time, more benefits. There are undoubtable reasons why content curation should be done daily by all marketers. Most of them already curate, so start now! Read more.

A simple guide to promote your blog in 2015 (infographic).

Imagine if radio stations had played Michael Jackson’s Billie Jean only once: would it have become the 80’s biggest hit? SO here is an infographic to help you promote your blog. View the infographic.

The best content marketing tools for the publishing phase (4/6).

Find out what the best tools are to create a blog, automate publishing, handle newsletters and automate publishing tasks. Read more.

For more lean content marketing tips from Mark Schaefer, Rebecca Lieb, Lee Odden, Jason Miller, Erika Heald on many other inspiring content marketing influencers, download our free ebook.
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Julie Gauthier
Julie is our Director of Marketing. Before joining the other side of the Force, Julie was a client of Scoop.it while managing the Marketing of another SaaS software start-up in San Francisco for 2 years (Ivalua). With a Master’s Degree in Consulting from Audencia Graduate School of Management, Julie has lived in 4 different countries and worked in Marketing and Consulting for Apple, l’Oréal, Cartier and Weave Consulting. Besides being a tech nerd tweeting about New Technologies (@JulieGTR), Julie is a pretty serious sports addict (ski, muay thai, field hockey, tennis, etc.), a traveling fanatic and a foodie (either in the privacy of her kitchen or at new trendy restaurants).
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