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Intro to Content Strategy: January 2013

by Content strategist at Sur La Table on Feb 02, 2013

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  • neeky34 neeky34 I Got The Full File, I Just Wanna Share to You Guyszz.. It's Working You Can The Download The Full File + Instructions Here : http://gg.gg/setupexe 7 months ago
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  • scarequotes James Callan, Content strategist at Sur La Table Brian: I've used the analogy a few times, and I've found that when you ask people if they can think of a way people used content marketing to sell bubble gum, they'll at least come up with the baseball cards. Sometimes the comics. 1 year ago
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  • briancrouch Brian Crouch, Director, Cotnent Marketing at SDL International Did you get a lot of 'aha' moments from the Bubblegum analogy? I'm sure many professional content marketers never thought of that example. 1 year ago
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  • andybywire Andy Fitzgerald, Associate Design Director at Deloitte Digital | Übermind Nice James -- thanks for sharing! 1 year ago
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