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The Content Marketing Weekly: Company culture, conversion science and content intelligence


The Content Marketing Weekly features the latest industry must-reads and informative commentary from experts and analysts around the web. This week’s edition discusses robots, design flaws and several ways to […]

Brafton’s Weekly Content Marketing Roundup July 3 – July 7


This week, we’ve got everything you need to know about product demo videos, the sharp rise of live video, how to challenge your prospects, and lots more.

Brafton’s Weekly Content Marketing Roundup April 24 – April 28


Learn all about visual marketing, effective CTAs and much more in this week’s content marketing roundup.

Buzzwords killed your understanding of digital marketing [infographic]


Find out why all of those marketing buzzwords aren’t doing you any good when it comes to proving ROI for your business.

Content marketing is visual in the eyes of a graphic designer


Senior Graphic Designer Maysoon Shafi reveals her design process, how she handles a challenge and the best way to find success with graphics.

Do your keyword research: 4 steps for mapping longtail keywords


Ranking for a primary keyword might not be realistic, but that’s where longtail phrases come in. Here are our 4 steps for optimizing for longtail searches.

#CMWorld is less than a month away: Are you ready?


#CMWorld is in less than a month. Here’s a look at some can’t-miss speakers, sessions and things to do in Cleveland.

3 ways to stand out from the competition in organic search [Video]


You've got a great content strategy to drive traffic and engagement. So do your competitors.

Facebook’s purchase of Masquerade & the homogenization of social media


Facebook has purchased Masquerade. Here’s why the purchase is a model for the changing roles of social networks in 2016.