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Survey Reveals How Businesses are Currently Using Content Marketing

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The hesitation that many businesses express when deciding whether or not to execute a content marketing campaign is understandable. Content marketing is still a relatively new approach, and it can often be difficult to measure any given campaign’s return on investment.

However, more and more research is proving that not only is content marketing valuable for brands right now, it’s also a marketing technique that’s here to stay for the foreseeable future. A new survey from marketing research firm Ascend2 outlines the overwhelmingly positive content marketing climate.
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Young People Read News Content, But They’re Finding It Differently

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It’s a trend we’ve been hearing about for years now: young people are paying attention to the news less and less. This isn’t really surprising, as interest in print media and television news programs have been dwindling for decades.

So, if you’re trying to attract young people to your website using content, are you forced to find a way to make a “boring” niche more entertaining? Should you even resort to mindless but popular listicles à la Buzzfeed? Not necessarily – according to a new survey, news content is actually more popular with millenials than previously thought.
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Google Develops Algorithm That Rewards Factual Accuracy Over Links

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Everybody knows that the internet is full of factually inaccurate, questionable, deceitful or even blatantly untrue information. Some of the biggest portals for content discovery may now be feeling a responsibility to help people weed out inaccurate content.

For example, Facebook recently began displaying a “satire” tag on articles from publications such as The Onion in an effort to prevent people from thinking they’re factually accurate. A new research paper from Google reveals that they might be moving in a similar and completely groundbreaking direction.
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13 Tips For Generating New Blog Post Ideas

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A blog is often the heart of any content marketing campaign. You know that consistently posting new, high-quality blog posts and sharing them through relevant channels can help you generate traffic and brand awareness. But what happens when you run out of blog post ideas?

While writer’s block has been written about many times, the internet in 2015 provides many new, easy ways to generate blog post ideas. Of course, the old standby methods still work as well. Before you start, though, just remember that content shouldn’t be posted just for the sake of posting. Quality is infinitely more important than quantity.
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Blogging Legend Andrew Sullivan Retires, Future Of Blogging Questioned

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Andrew Sullivan, well-known political blogger and pioneer of blogging as a journalism platform, announced his retirement last month. For 15 years, Sullivan had been operating his political blog, The Dish, through publishers such as The Atlantic, The Daily Beast, Time and finally a proprietary paywall site.

To many, Sullivan is a “godfather” of sorts who paved the way for blogging as a career, defined what a blog could be, and demonstrated the influence that a blog could have. Now, however, his retirement is seen by some as part of an ongoing trend: the death of blogging.
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