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#ContentCatchUp: Where are we now?
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#ContentCatchUp: Where are we now?

Author: Chloe Edgley | Posted on: 20 June 2018

This week’s round of articles take a closer examination of the state of content marketing today: what type of content still matters, how should it link to other aspects of our strategy, and what can we expect going forward? The transcribed conversation between Jason Mlicki and Jeff McKay was a particularly interesting read for me this week, with some great discussion points on how the digital world continues to shape the way we think along with the future of these classic strategies.

Here are this week's top reads:

Top content marketing articles this week


Previously, on the Ember Television Blog:


Content Marketing: 
An integrated approach..


Video Marketing: The field to watch..


Infographics: Still shareable...


Thought Leadership: Cues, content, and change..


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Author: Chloe Edgley

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Chloe is our copywriter here at Ember Television. Her interest in telling stories led her to study English with Creative Writing at the University of Birmingham, where she developed a specialised interest in screenwriting and digital media.
#ContentCatchUp: Where are we now?

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