In the current content-centric B2B environment, prospects are bombarded with all forms of original content. Blog posts, videos, whitepapers and ebooks theoretically all serve the same purpose: providing value to prospects at no cost.
Many companies understand the value of content creation, but few dedicate a significant amount of time to the content curation process. Sure, social media is a thriving marketing industry, but it's rare to find brands that have a strategic curation strategy to make sure their content is getting shared while building relationships with others.
Printing conference brochures costs your business money and time.
As a marketer who crafts content for the online world, I often question whether or not I’m being heard.