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Thoughtful Curation, Organization Can Boost Impact Of Content

webinars shutterstock 134249441Content marketing has become common practice with 93% of B2B marketers using some form of content marketing, according to research from the Content Marketing Institute (CMI). While more than half (58%) believe that their content marketing efforts are ineffective, they are still making significant investments in producing large amounts of content.

In a recent webinar, executives from TreeHouse Interactive, a SaaS provider of marketing automation and PRM software, and CMI came together to discuss some strategies to increase the effectiveness of content marketing.

B2B Content2Conversion Takeaway: Think Like A Publisher

C2C2013 Power Panel

The content team of tomorrow will look a lot like the publishing team of today. That was one of the key messages from the Power Panel Crafting a Killer B2B Content Strategy at the B2B Content2Conversion event hosted by Demand Gen Report.

During the panel discussion, Joe Pulizzi, Founder of Content Marketing Institute (CMI), and Ann Handley, Author and Chief Content Officer of MarketingProfs, explained that B2B marketers should plan their content based on the six “W”s of journalism — who, what, when, where, why and how.

C2C Power Panels To Focus On Specific Stages Of The Buying Cycle

C2C twitter logoAddressing the unique needs of B2B marketers, this year’s Content2Conversion (C2C) Conference will offer three Power Panels, each targeted toplanning content campaigns at specific stages of the buying cycle.

The “Keynote” Power Panel is a rare opportunity to hear from key figures in the field as they tackle questions every B2B marketer should be focused on answering. Ardath Albee, Joe Pulizzi and Ann Handley will deliver a comprehensive look at planning content strategy; deploying content in the right formats; and amplifying content across all channels.

Content Thought Leaders To Share Best Practices At 2013 Content2Conversion Conference

Save the dateContent superstars such as Joe Pulizzi, Founder of the Content Marketing Institute, and Ardath Albee, CEO of Marketing Interactions, are slated to speak at this year’s Content2Conversion Conference, presented by Demand Gen Report. The event will be held April 22 to 23, 2013, at the Times Center in New York City.

During the two-day event, thought leaders will share their expertise with organizations striving to stand out in the emerging world of content marketing. Touted as a must-attend event for education and networking, B2B and channel executives attending C2C will learn the ins and out of mapping, developing and utilizing content marketing to nurture buyer relationships and enhance conversations with clients and prospects.

The Experts Speak: 12 Trends That Will Define B2B Content Marketing In 2013

Content4Demand recently connected with a dozen top content marketing experts. Our goal: To uncover the trends and tactics that will shape the content marketing industry during 2013, and to learn what those trends really mean for B2B marketers' day-to-day activities.

Now, their predictions are available together here, for the first time, in this exclusive E-book. Whether you're charged with launching a content marketing strategy or fine-tuning your existing campaigns, there's something here to benefit your organization.

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Demand Gen Report Announces Speakers, Sponsors For 2013 Content2Conversion Conference


C2C_twitter_logo_AADemand Gen Report announced this week that a diverse group of B2B content marketing industry leaders will share their expertise as featured speakers at their second annual Content2Conversion Conference, to be held April 22-23, 2013 at the Times Center in New York City.

Convent2Conversion is the only event of its kind solely dedicated to addressing the content and demand gen needs of B2B marketers. The event will focus on empowering marketers with strategies for mapping, developing and using content marketing to nurture buyer relationships and improve conversions.

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