Month: July 2016

Content marketing is fundamentally about business transformation

If there is one thing I’m sure of, it’s this – we are having the wrong conversation about content marketing. Right now the conversation is too tactical. It’s too execution focused. It’s about content but it’s not about content marketing. Content marketing is about business transformation. It’s about putting the customer at the very heart …

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Why content marketing must own social media

A friend recently asked me if they should move social media ownership under the banner of content marketing at their company, and I said yes, absolutely! Why? Because the team that is always thinking in terms of the customer (or audience) are your best talent to position information within the context of customer interest. This …

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You, me and 440 million+ others are responsible for LinkedIn

We’ve all read updates of people complaining that members of LinkedIn are posting Facebook-like posts on the professional platform. We’ve all seen attractive females posting alluring pictures with thousands of comments – a mix of “inappropriate” or “you’re so pretty.” Naturally the guys who get drawn into the latter really have no idea how bad …

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How HR leaders can drive content marketing and employee advocacy

I had a wonderful opportunity to speak at HRO Today Forum in Singapore recently. Thank you to my friend Wendy Tan for putting me forward. Very much appreciated. This is the first time I’ve talked about content marketing, social leadership and employee advocacy specifically to HR professionals, so it was a great exercise to hone …

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