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The definitive guide to engaging content marketing.

Definitely not a quick read.

But 68,000+ have engaged in downloading this piece of content marketing.

There must be something there worth looking at, eh?

Share what you have learned here ... save someone else from reading the whole 110 pages. 8-)
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Thanks for sharing. Have you read it yet?
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@morrnel

No, I was hoping you would and share the highlights. 8-)
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There is so much information out there (infinite, ad-finitum en absordum), its hard to point out what I should I tie my finite attention and free time researching. How does one mentally filter out all the options-when everything has some value- but very little has the right kind, or enough value?
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@lunar_ranger, here (this forum) is where to figure that out.

In this case, if you read page 2, the TOC, you can decide quickly what is worth reading, IMHO.

It is all "See Spot Run" Plan, Create/Design, Publish/Measure.

After reading page 2, I read the rest holding down the <PgDn> key.

Seriously though, there is good content for those needing to learn more of a specific topic.

@Belew... done.
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Speaking generally for most on-line content pieces. The internet... so many things to be surrounded with and have pushed in from of you.
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@morrnel

3 Key takeaways?
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@lunar_ranger

There are generally 4 reasons why people read online.

1. Entertainment
2. Inspiration
3. Education
4. Thought Leadership

Deliver content on any or some combination of these and you can't go wrong.
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Plan, Execute, Validate
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It took them 110 pages to say that?

Thanks!
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