Six Content Marketing Pros Share What's Wrong With Content Marketing Today [Podcast]

August 31, 2017 Randy Frisch

Jess Ostroff, Managing Editor at Convince & Convert, takes listeners on the road to überflip's Content Experience to hear from content pros such as Ann Handley, Andy Crestodina, and Jay Baer on what's broken with content marketing today and how to fix it.

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In This Episode:

  • How collaborating and networking leads to more successful content and a flourishing career
  • Why getting your audience to read your content means speaking to them as a peer instead of a brand
  • How relevant content leads to a busy audience finding the time to listen and read it
  • Why execution of good ideas is more important than generation of great ideas

Quotes From This Episode:

“Democratizing content creates a wealth of opportunity to bring in the kind of language, concerns, and solutions that customers actually want to hear about.” —@leeodden

“Marketers tend to think that we are speaking brand-to-customer when instead we should be thinking peer-to-peer.” —@annhandley

“It’s not that they have a shortage of ideas, it’s that they have a shortage of execution.” —@djwaldow

“Learn by reading your own blog.” —@crestodina

“Attribution is important but attribution in context is even more important.” —@HeinzMarketing

Resources:

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Randy Frisch

As President and CMO, Randy runs around daily between marketing, strategy, operations, sales and execution of Uberflip's awesomeness.

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