You are a cartographer (and other hard-won advice on B2B white papers)

Kieran gets nostalgic for indoor gatherings, and waves you quietly into an imaginary lecture theatre, where he’s just beginning his class on B2B white papers….

Podcast 86: stakeholders and storytelling

Award-winning marketer Mwamba Kasanda shares how much work it takes to get stakeholders to buy your big idea – and the importance of having a strong story.

How can I make complex B2B content readable and compelling? | B2B Content Tuesday

Simplifying complex subjects, without dumbing down, is a vital part of creating B2B content that works (and gets approved by stakeholders). Here are some tips, suggestions, and tools.

Podcast 85: B2B blog writing statistics – what’s changed, and why?

We examine data from Orbit Media and the Content Marketing Institute, to figure out why B2B marketers changed their mind about blogs.

Proof your B2B marketing copy faster and more effectively with Microsoft Word macros

Proofing is a time-consuming, but essential part of producing great B2B marketing content. Macros can help you do it faster (and better) than ever before.

Eight ways to get other departments more engaged in marketing content | B2B Content Tuesday

A business-wide content culture is critical to creating work you’re proud of. Here are eight ways to boost engagement – and overcome the biggest challenges.

B2B Content Tuesday: writing ebooks and white papers

Join us for a short, relaxed webinar and Q&A on Tuesday, June 16th at 16:00 BST (11:00 EDT). Reserve your place here.

Should we rename “B2B content”? An interview with Palo Alto Networks marketer Mat Harper

Referring to marketing assets as "content" is commonplace – but does it limit creativity? Mat Harper thinks so, and he tells us what we should do about it.

B2B Content Tuesdays continue

By popular demand, our series of relaxed weekly lockdown webinars is continuing every Tuesday in May from 16:30 BST (11:30 EDT). To register, you'll need this new link.

Can you write about cybersecurity without being negative?

In cybersecurity, marketing is often negative by default. Here’s how to ensure your content doesn’t trigger your audience’s notification fatigue.

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