Tips, Tools And Templates To Build Your Content Marketing Strategy

 In Content Marketing

This week I am attending Content Marketing World with 3,500 like-minded souls who are trying to network with other marketers, get educated on the latest trends in content marketing, and figure out how to justify the investment in content marketing to their boss.

Joe Pulizzi and the team from the Content Marketing Institute have done another amazing job of putting together an amazing show here in Cleveland, lining up the best speakers, and providing a great opportunity for all of us to achieve our learning goals. Joe himself launched his next book, “Content Inc.” and released the first documentary on “The Story of Content Marketing.”

This is my 4th Content Marketing World, and I was honored to present once again. This time my topic was Tips, Tools and Templates to Build Your Content Marketing Strategy.

The session was packed with nearly 500 people. The questions were flying. The gifs were animated, but most importantly, I did my very best to drop some knowledge on the crowd about a topic near and dear to my heart.

Below you will find a copy of my presentation, free for anyone to download.

And if you have any questions, or are interested in building your own content marketing strategy, please let me know.

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Michael Brenner
Michael Brenner is the CEO of Marketing Insider Group, former Head of Strategy at NewsCred, and the former VP of Global Content Marketing at SAP. Michael is also the co-author of The Content Formula, a contributor to leading publications like The Economist, Inc Magazine, The Guardian, and Forbes and a frequent speaker at industry events covering topics such as marketing strategy, social business, content marketing, digital marketing, social media and personal branding.  Follow Michael on Twitter (@BrennerMichael)LinkedInFacebook and Google+ and Subscribe to the Marketing Insider.
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