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I propose we replace "content marketing" with "content moments." Because people don't want to be sold to. But they do want value from brands. If we start thinking about creating moments that have meaning — experiences that connect, that spark emotion, that illicit action (or reaction) — we'll make a better connection with our audience.
This presentation was delivered on May 19, 2015 at the Raleigh Chamber of Commerce BizCon.