Back to the Future: A Visual History of Content Marketing

October 21, 2015 Hayley Mullen
From John Deere's "The Furrow" magazine to G.I. Joe becoming "A Real American Hero" to Seth Godin making eBooks mainstream, content marketing has been gaining traction for over a century. We thought we'd take you on a walk down content marketing memory lane, and check out some major moments in content history. And who better to guide us than the one and only Emmett "Doc" Brown? That's said, let's go back to the future — content marketing style!

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Hayley Mullen

Hayley is a former Uberflip Community Manager. If you have followed Uberflip on any of our social media channels for the past few years, you may already be familiar with Hayley's past work.

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