Move fast and break things: How to get your B2B content marketing program up and running in no time.

facebook-the-hacker-way-poster-680x489As most content marketers, and social media marketers too, are painfully aware, the biggest issue these days (and years) is to create meaningful, sharable content that engages the audiences and nurture them in order to improve their lifetime customer value.

My take on it is that it doesn’t have to be neither hard nor expensive. Continue reading “Move fast and break things: How to get your B2B content marketing program up and running in no time.”

Marketing, journalism or just being there? The story of four Maersk Line timelapses

Following my last post which touched on corporate media and the journalism vs marketing discussion, I think there’s something to gain from looking at the recent production of four Maersk Line timelapse videos.

The point in my previous post (many others have said the same, most notably Tom Foremski) was that in the age of social media companies need to tell the stories that are already there. They shouldn’t try to invent the content. As many modern novelists will attest to there’s always an interesting story to tell – if you can see it, and know how to tell it.

This idea (coupled with a growing need to be trustworthy, human and transparent) led me to the conclusion that companies need to hire journalists, not marketers.

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