Beyond Customers: Creating Advocates for Your Content Marketing

November 27, 2014 Sam Brennand

Content marketing has the potential to convert your audience into more than customers—into advocates and loyal members of your brand’s community.

If you're consistently giving  your customers quality content, your customers are more than willing to give back.

In this webinar, you’ll learn how to better incorporate your customers into your content marketing and elevate your brand into something they can rally behind.

This webinar will teach you:

  • How to create content that creates advocates
  • How to drive content distribution with the help of advocates
  • How to get advocates involved in your content creation (case studies, user-generated content, etc.)

About the Author

Sam Brennand

As Uberflip's VP of Strategic Partnerships, Sam is focused on helping customers amplify their content marketing to tell better stories and generate more leads.

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