Five ways to write a convincing call to action

Creativity doesn’t stop once you’ve finished your body copy. Here are five frameworks you can use to spice up your calls to action.

B2B Content Hall of Fame: how CB Insights created a God-tier newsletter

From pointless pie charts to accusations of vampirism – Kieran explains why he’s nominating the CB Insights newsletter for our Content Hall of Fame…

When is thought leadership NOT thought leadership?

It seems like everybody wants to be a thought leader these days. But when is thought leadership just… window dressing? Let’s get to the bottom of this.

A basic structure you can use for almost any blog post

Don’t know how to start your blog post? Just follow these headings, and you’ll have a simple structure to help you get writing...

White papers v ebooks: what are they, who are they for, and which do you need?

It’s the clash of the mid-funnel heavyweights – but which format wins? John compares the two content marketing titans, and tells you when and how you might want to use each one.

Mind the content marketing skills gap

Increasingly, content marketers are struggling to source the skills they need. What can be done? David and Emily share their highlights from the Bristol Content Group’s “Great Big Content Skills Debate”.

Lessons in content marketing from the superstars of Twitch.tv

In bedrooms, basements and in-home studios across the world sit a legion of the most dedicated and passionate content creators you’ve ever seen. This is the world of Twitch.tv, and its inhabitants have something very important to teach you about content marketing.

Five uber-geeky B2B content marketing briefs we secretly wish our clients would send

White papers. Infographics. Blog posts. eBooks. Scripts. They’re all great and, done well, they’re very effective. But sometimes we long to be asked to write something… different.

Do case studies still count as content?

There's something odd about the latest trends report from CMI and Marketing Profs. Can it be true that case studies no longer count as marketing content? And if so, what does that make them?

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