You can do content marketing without software. But as our CEO, Guillaume Decugis says, it’s kind of like “bringing a knife to a gun fight.” And no, spreadsheets aren’t software. Compared to what your competitors are using, spreadsheets might as well be stone tablets at this point. Also, don’t tell me you have to use […]Read More
You know how “a picture is both a thousand words”, right? Well, sometimes just showing an example is the best way to illustrate an idea. In that spirit, it seemed about time for a round up of some great examples of content curation. And while we might not have deliberately set out to do a […]Read More
So you want to do content marketing. You’re going to put up a blog, start publishing once a week, and the new customers will just start pouring in. Alas, no. Alright… I suppose it is scientifically possible your world-class prose will bowl people over so completely that they’ll share every word you write. Just a […]Read More
Where do you get your news? Some sources are too concerned about political correctness to give the news the treatment it deserves. The following are some news websites that (thankfully) don’t hold back.Read More
During the first quarter of 2014, Scoop.it conducted a survey of over 1,500 professionals who had been using content curation as a part of their content marketing strategy over the previous year. While it’s old news that more marketers are turning to content marketing and curation & making more space in their strategies for both, we wanted to find out what actually happened once these marketers had taken the proverbial leap.Read More
This is a talk that I gave at LeWeb 2013 and at the Cristal Festival in December.
While we’ve now seen the power of brand content, it remains very hard for even the largest brands to implement successfully. In addition, it doesn’t solve the question of how to engage an audience on a daily basis. To do so, brands have to become media.
But how?Read More
On Friday, we all learned the devastating news of Twitter leaving LinkedIn and no longer allowing its users to send their tweets directly to the professional networking site. As every professional who feeds their LinkedIn directly from their Twitter account received the email stating that “tweets will no longer be shared on LinkedIn,” frustration and confusion began to take over.Read More