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Joe Pulizzi’s Content Marketing Truths

“That’s how I feel about the art and science of content marketing. Sure, we aren’t saving the world here as content marketers, but I believe we can do well for people and our companies at the same time by honing the practice.”

Joe Pulizzi’s Content Marketing Truths

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If you are still trying to determine whether or not Content Marketing is for you Joe Pulizzi, the Founder of Content Marketing Institute provides us 25 Content Marketing Truths that will provide you much food for thought.

The overall goal of course is to help education your prospects and customers. Information that encourages participation, sharing and dialouge. An intellgent customer will stick with you for the long haul.

I encourage anyone who is currently, Markeing with Content Curation reviewing this article is a must.

25 Content Marketing Truths

http://contentmarketinginstitute.com Category: Content Creation Wednesday, November 26, 2014 4:00:24 AM

Two things I learned from my grandpa: Helping others is everything and amazing storytelling gets you most places in life. That’s how I feel about content marketing. So thanks to organizations that believe and practice these 25 truths. Continue reading

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So the objective is to create content that matters to your customers and prospective customers the most. Content that is interactive, interntesting, educational and exciting. To be shared and scrutinized. Creating a well informed and intelligent consumer. As allways, your comments are welcome and encouraged.

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