Modern Marketing Essentials Guide To Content Marketing

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Sylvia Jensen, senior director EMEA marketing of Oracle Marketing Cloud, does an excellent presentation in this webinar on the three core areas of discipline that marketers can benefit from learning more about. The material is exactually what you would want – easy to understand without being simplistic, presented as a framework to allow for adaption to your situation, and full of actionable information.

The webinar was originally given on April 12, 2016.

You will learn:
How to develop a balanced content marketing plan to support your most significant business objectives
How to mine sources of inspiration to help create meaningful content
How to maximize existing content to create additional assets
Content calendar best practices
Ways to get to know your content comrades within your organization
The idea behind ‘content as data’ (and other must-have content marketing metrics)

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