PublishThis Joins Custom Content Council’s Content Reimagined Event as a Content Marketing Sponsor

PublishThis is excited to attend Content Reimagined, the annual Custom Content Council conference this April 8-10 in Naples, Florida. A host of highly influential speakers on the subject of content marketing and strategy will be presenting about our modern best practices for the content-minded and the future of our rapidly-changing industry.

The CCC is a PublishThis customer and they have been using our platform to increase engagement and save time compiling their regular newsletter for the last year. Now, they have launched a collaborative blog called The Content Exchange, which is also powered by PublishThis.

A key event we’re anticipating is a talk from Pam Didner, VP of Marketing at Intel, and an articulate thought leader in content marketing. Her presentation on the power of social content marketing should be great based on Pam’s PublishThis-powered blog, which is always intriguing. We’re proud to sponsor her session and hope to see you there.

Where do you sign up? Check below for details.

Content Industry Leaders Discuss “Content Reimagined”

New York, NY (March 4, 2014) – As content marketing takes the media world by storm, inevitable questions arise: How can I create and distribute the most effective content for my audience? How can I stand out from the crowd? What is the future of content?  Read More…

CCC Content Exchange

Originally posted on SourceMedia’s Tumblr By Adam Reinebach, EVP, Marketing Solutions, SourceMedia Google the phrase “email marketing” and you get 62.2 million hits, with the first page of results offering an almost overwhelming list of email marketing services companies that claim to solve all of your problems for as little as 10 bucks a month.  Read More…

Pam Didner’s Content Marketing Blog

This was not the most entertaining Super Bowl, both in terms of gameplay and ads. Reaching a whopping 96.9 million viewers, advertisers paid millions for coveted Super Bowl airtime. And while there were several spots that delivered, many viewers feel that this year the ads fell short of the usual quality and humor expected from the big day.  Read More….

Custom Content Council Case Study with PublishThis

 

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