Asia Content Marketing Association

The challenge with content marketing hasn’t changed in 10 years

One of the initiatives of the Asia Content Marketing Association (ACMA), is an exclusive event series called ACMA Content Conversations Select (Select). Select is a peer-to-peer discussion, focussed on current themes and challenges around online content marketing, and we discuss how to help each other overcome challenges and embrace the opportunity content marketing delivers. Only …

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Getting a peek under the hood of GE’s content marketing strategy

I was thrilled to interview Penny Shone, former managing director of Global Growth Communications at GE, who is now taking time out to consider what’s next. I know many people at our event were inspired by that alone – a senior business leader taking “a gap year!” Those breaks are so great for the soul. This …

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Are you in content marketing? Then join ACMA

I am delighted to be the chairman of the Asia Content Marketing Association (ACMA), as we move into a new era as a professional Association. If you are interested in learning more about ACMA, check out the introductory Website, or you can also click here for the great coverage that appeared in Mumbrella Asia recently …

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Asia Definitely Moved Beyond Why of Content Marketing to How

I enjoyed a great couple of days attending Content360 in Singapore last week, with ACMA as the Association Partner for the event. The 180-strong audience enjoyed case-study rich presentations from some of the world’s greatest brands, and I definitely agree with the general sentiment that Singapore (and Asia) has moved beyond the why of content …

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Heart of content marketing success

My greatest concern in 2016 is businesses becoming cynical about content marketing because it does not work. As was referenced in this article ‘Content Marketing – It’s Going to Get Weird’ by Joe Pulitzzi (the benevolent father of content marketing), the nay-sayers are definitely starting to rise, and yet, content marketing is the greatest opportunity …

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A Content Marketing Discussion with LinkedIn

I had the wonderful opportunity to speak on the content marketing panel at LinkedIn’s TechConnect 2015 with four great people – our host, Edward Bray, Head of Marketing, APAC, Marketing Solutions, LinkedIn, and my fellow panelists: Wynthia Goh, APJ Director of Digital and Social, SAP; Nikolaus Ong, Director, Marketing, EMC; and Catherine Ganapathy, Regional Account …

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