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Remember when a content marketing plan might have consisted of a single blog post a week? With consumers constantly bombarded with news and content via an ever-expanding array of media and social platforms, brands have been pressed into a “content arms race” that has them posting to blogs, Twitter, Facebook, Google+, Vine, Instagram, Pinterest, etc. multiple times a day. They’re hiring teams of content strategists, creating social media war rooms, and even using automated content creation and curation platforms to feed the beast and improve their reach and engagement metrics. But how much of this activity actually serves a brand’s business goals? Or truly engages consumers?