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On Content Marketing Minds: God’s Repurposing Plan

I'd have to understand your question better to continue the convo. There's plenty of debate.

April 13, 2014    View Comment    

On Content Marketing Minds: God’s Repurposing Plan

Louis, 

Yeah. I guess I've learned to live with it. Some places I write for consistently get a lot of commentary and some don't. SMT generally does not, though I wish it did. I think there's so much content here, readers are inclined to keep reading. Sometimes, however, the dialogue around a post on SMT kicks in in the LinkedIn Group.

April 11, 2014    View Comment    

On The Social C-Suite: Let's Get Real

I agree, but think the smaller the company, the more it calls for going social from the top. The development of the personal brand of the leader can really mean everything to the growth of the company. We certainly see that inside "our world" of marketing with guys like you and Jay and Joe.

Plus, we see the Richard Bransons of the world proving how effective it can be. That said, I'm with you Mark. Dragging a CEO into a conversation he doesn't want to have is probably an act of self-sabatoge. 

Love how so much of your best work is thought provoking. 

April 10, 2014    View Comment    

On Social Media to the (Cancerous) Bone

Yeah, gulp. 

Good to see you here in the comments dept. Not a lot commentary takes place here on SMT.

Got any ideas why?

Is blog commentary dying? 

 

 

April 5, 2014    View Comment    

On Did Your Content Change Any Minds Today?

It is a good hook, but oh so hard to deliver. Just trying to say marketers seldom change people's minds and will enjoy much more success by appealing to what's already swimming around their brains. 

Thanks for the comment about my personal brand. 

Seems we're both getting into this topic at the same time. Perhaps we meld minds in some modern media form. Went and learned a bit about the Web Psychologist after reading your piece. 

 

March 14, 2014    View Comment    

On Did Your Content Change Any Minds Today?

Mike, 

Love this story, but not the title or closing questions. As you point out, you seldom actually change poeple's minds. To use psychology effectively as marketer (influencer if you insist) is really about to connecting to something that's already in their minds. 

Great stuff though. Killer resources and well written, as always.

March 14, 2014    View Comment    

On Content Marketing Minds: Why Insomniacs Love Your Blog

Right on. Sounds genuine. Thanks Christin.

March 14, 2014    View Comment    

On Pick Up Some Content Marketing Chops from the Legends of Rock and Roll

For some reason, I like this comment. Thank you Dana. 

I put about a year of thought into this one, so it's gratifying to see a comment like yours. Please spread the love.

 

February 18, 2014    View Comment    

On Content Marketing Minds: Ten Brilliant Marketing Minds, One Mindset

I hear ya Hailley. Thank you for the feedback.

January 30, 2014    View Comment    

On Content Marketing Minds: Ten Brilliant Marketing Minds, One Mindset

Yes sir. Agree and appreciate the considerate response Bernie. I also appreciate the great CM lessons you consistently deliver. I get your emails and often land on your blog. 

January 30, 2014    View Comment    
 
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