The CMI team has compiled a list of some of our favorite resources – the ones we rely on most to support our marketing mission. Although each of us may have different roles, points of contact and priorities, we all agree that we can not perform our functions without these influencers.
Content Marketing Association
CMA is the representative body of member organizations that produce editorial content for clients, develops key initiatives, has valuable business relationships, and assigns research to ensure the continued success of the content marketing industry.
Content Marketing Institute
As consumers, we exercise free will and believe in our ability to make informed decisions. As content marketers, we appreciate how advertising and social marketing strategies affect customer buying behaviors and decisions. But how can we develop appropriate content marketing strategies and methods to effectively influence consumers? Read on
Adweek is a magazine and website covering news media, including printing, technology, advertising, branding and television.
Well, so it is not really Kisha, but the impression of this girl is the case. Out with the old, with the debut. These 20 writers were 40 years old or younger at the time of their first novel and have yet to publish a second novel.
Content marketing solutions from Copyblogger
Content marketing tools, tips, training for online marketers, textbook, and business. Advice, strategies and solutions that work.
Consulting Achieving Digital Excellence
The Marketing Value report, published by Econsultancy in partnership with Marketing Week, is based on a survey of more than 250 top marketers and finance managers, as well as 18 in-depth interviews with C-suite executives of both business functions.
Ad Age is the world’s leading source of news, intelligence and conversations for marketing and media communities
Brian Clark is an ordinary businessman based in Boulder, Colorado. He is the founder and CEO of Copyblogger Media, the company behind the Rainmaker, StudioPress, Scribe, Synthesis, TRA training program and online marketing conference. Brian began publishing online in 1998 and by 1999 made his first entrepreneurial success – supported by what is now known as content marketing.
deviantART: where ART meets with the app!
I really think you’re kidding with us for cash, but I’ll write it anyway. It took a few minutes to get something to write about, really impressive work, gorgeous color, techniques, transparent paper, lights, shadows, and body shape, all suited to the amazing word.
Chicago Web Design & Development Orbit Media
“From the beginning to the end, Orbit was very organized in their approach and made the whole process very simple.The improved user experience and overall design improvement truly embody the spirit and culture of Malnati’s.
Fowler, Nina (September 5, 2012). “An Abundance Of Content Marketing Inspiration“. Venture Village.
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Cirillo, Francesco (November 14, 2009). An Abundance Of Content Marketing Inspiration. ISBN 978-1445219943.