Category: Teams and Skills

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The New, Critical Role on Your Content Team

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Ready for a new job? No, I don’t mean that. Unless of course I do – but then that’s a different conversation for different beverages. I mean are you ready for a new role in addition to the one you have now? Our content marketing research this year illustrates that one of the key differentiators of those […]

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14 Skills for New, Growing, & Mature Content Marketing Programs

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Each year, CMI founder Joe Pulizzi covers the essential roles you need on your content marketing team. It’s one of those posts that is consistently well received because it hits a nerve: Whom do you need on your team to make content marketing work in your organization? I had the pleasure of thinking through this […]

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Are B2C Content Marketing Teams Getting What They Need to Succeed?

Are B2C Content Marketing Teams Getting What They Need to Succeed?

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We’ve all known (and probably been part of) small, focused teams that seem to produce incredible results. Unless these teams hang on to their tight focus, though, even the most impressive typically hit a wall. The organizational pressure to do more too often outpaces the team’s ability to keep up. B2C marketers may be about […]

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An Easy-to-Apply Framework to Build Your Content Marketing Team

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“Peek behind great content marketing efforts and you’ll nearly always find a driven, well-organized team.” I adore this sentiment from Cameron Conaway because it succinctly illustrates the power of your content marketing team. Regardless of how much content marketing know-how you ingest, here’s the dirty little secret: Those ideas only work if you have the […]

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Why Marketers Need to Think Like Data Scientists (And How to Do It)

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Your company may not employ data scientists today. And you might be fine with that. Consider, though, that if you’re not working with a data scientist or at least thinking like one, you’re missing something: the ability to say “I know” instead of merely “I think.” That distinction matters when you’re talking with executives, says […]

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