Strategy

Best practices for laying the foundation of a successful marketing program from the minds of GLC.

How to Use Content Marketing Metrics to Measure Business Success

“What gets measured gets managed.” Those often-quoted words of renowned business consultant Peter Drucker inspired the data-driven culture most businesses and marketers live by today. Content marketing metrics can provide a wealth of knowledge about the health of your website, content program and ev…

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The Session You Can’t Miss at AMPLIFY 2022

AMPLIFY 2022 kicks off in Washington, D.C. on June 22, and we’re amped up to rejoin our association colleagues for what is sure to be an exciting two days of knowledge-sharing and networking. We’re especially excited to share our secrets to growing engagement during our session with the National Mul…

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Should Your Association Be on TikTok?

Not every social media channel is right for every organization, and you may have already written TikTok off as a trend better suited for Zoomers (aka Gen Z) or quirky corporations like Wendy’s. But TikTok has evolved from silly dance videos and memes to encompass a range of diverse content, and you…

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[Guide] How to Make Your Content Work Harder for You—Not the Other Way Around

Ever feel like you’re working unnecessarily hard for your content—and not the other way around? When it comes to content, a common misstep that organizations make is failing to establish a content strategy and clear processes for planning, creating and distributing that content. As a result, many ma…

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How Long Should a Blog Post Be?

Have you noticed blog posts are getting longer? In 2021, the average blog post was 1,416 words, according to Orbit Media. That’s more than 500 words longer than the average blog post in 2015. A corporate blog was once a way for an organization to produce a high volume of content in a short time with…

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Why Gen X Is the Healthcare Consumer You Can’t Forget

Sandwiched between the massive generations of baby boomers and millennials lies Generation X—those 65.1 million U.S. residents born between 1965 and 1980. Gen Xers grew up in a hands-off environment. They’re known as latch-key kids and skeptics. They came of age in an era of technological innovation…

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6 Ways Content Can Humanize Academic Medical Centers

It’s a common plight: Marketers struggle to humanize academic medical centers. Consumers know you’re the place to go when they’re facing a serious, scary diagnosis. But for their everyday primary care or preventive health and screening needs? Not so much. Academic medical centers—with all of their v…

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5 Ways to Maximize Your Conference Content 

With keynote addresses, educational sessions and valuable networking, conferences are brimming with content opportunities. These events are the perfect place for like-minded individuals and teams to meet, learn and explore new ideas. While most associations have mastered the conference recap, this i…

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The Ultimate Guide to Reverse Publishing

Reverse publishing is a growing trend that can help you integrate and optimize content across channels. A report by UPM Papers describes it this way: “Publishers flip their traditional approach of taking magazine content and later making it available online, to one whereby digital content is publish…

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10 Ways Members Can Support Your Content Creation

Of all the functions that keep an association humming, content creation is often one of least resourced. Although it is a tangible member benefit, most associations report content staffing challenges. According to the Association of Media & Publishing, 63% of associations say lack of staff chall…

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