Keep Your Content Marketing on Target

Conflicting goals for content marketing can create ineffective business results when audience needs do not come first. The pressure to produce new and relevant content can actually result in fewer ‘leads’ if the authors are not continuously working to address the...

Taming the Content Vortex

Anyone who works with content will instantly get the title of this blog. Managing an organization’s content can make you feel like you are standing in the midst of a vortex: a swirl of demands, authors and topics that draws everything into its path, assuming all of...

Community Content: Primed for Improvement

As you may have read last week in my colleague Brenda Todd’s post: Community Vibrancy – What Does it Take?, our team has been spending a lot of time studying communities – again! Our research in this area always focuses on two objectives: uncovering emerging...