Content Marketing for Associations 101
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October 26, 2016
Wisconsin Society of Association Executives
Association professionals wear multiple hats each and every day of their career. It's something that is truly in the foundation of what makes up a typical association expert. Then throw on top of that, the challenge that is marketing. Most small associations don't have a large marketing team; maybe one or two marketers - if the have dedicated marketers at all. Oftentimes, their marketing team is someone who is able to contribute 25-30% of their time to it. As content marketing has emerged as an asset to small marketing teams, we've learned quickly that associations are a perfect fit. How are small association marketing teams supposed to add yet another layer to their already time and resource-restricted schedule?
Understanding the basics of Content Marketing can open up your association to thousands of potential new members, and help your organization become thought-leaders in your industry.
- What is content marketing?
- What truly is GREAT content?
- Creating Content Strategies
- SEO Basics for Search Engine Exposure
- How to measure ROI?
- Helpful Tools
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