20Mar

The Importance of Content During a Crisis

As COVID-19 wreaks havoc on everything from our economy to our schools to our health and safety, it’s more important than ever for organizations to communicate with their audiences. Content — relevant, actionable, credible information will help your audience stay informed, calm, and reassured. Over the past few weeks, several of our professional and trade

14Jan

Podcast: 2020 Content Marketing Trends

The GLC podcast team discusses content marketing trends and predictions for 2020. Featured topics include retargeting, influencers versus SMEs, Google snippets, the growth of voice search, and of course, the importance of podcasting!

22Aug

Getting Dirty for a Cause

No where in our job descriptions — or statements of work — does the clause “spend two hours schleeping through the mud” appear. But that’s just what we’ve (gladly) done the past two years in support of our client the National Multiple Sclerosis Society. As part of their nationwide charity event, MuckFest, we suit up

13Jun

How to Make Old Content Come to Life

Like it or not, not all of your email subscribers or usual blog visitors will see or read every piece of content. The reality is, even your most faithful readers will miss some pieces. That’s why it’s a good idea to look at previous content through a new lens. Which older content pieces could be

19Sep

Book Review: Could Your Marketing Become a Profit Center?

If the title Killing Marketing doesn’t grab your attention, nothing will. It’s the latest page-turner, released today, from Joe Pulizzi and Robert Rose — and one that if taken to heart, could stand to transform an industry. The premise of the book is that traditional marketing — campaign-centric, product-led operations — is more than holding

14Jul

You Developed User Personas — Now What?

No doubt you’ve been urged by marketing leadership, your communications agency or both to develop user personas that represent who your buyers are and what their journey looks like. Maybe you’ve heeded their advice, and dedicated resources to carefully research and flesh out half a dozen personas that provide the perfect portrait of your customer

23May

5 Ways to Attract the Masses to Your Content

Launching a robust online content hub. Updating your blog weekly with rich new posts. Religiously posting valuable and interesting information on your social channels. Surely that’s enough to grab the attention of your audience, right? Wrong. The “if you build it” mentality isn’t enough to guarantee content engagement, let alone getting eyeballs on your content.

15May

Six Ways to Boost Content Engagement

As long as organizations create content, organizations will look for new ways to make it more engaging. What good is your content, after all, if your audience isn’t paying all that much attention to it? How can you convince your audience to share your blog posts, spend more time clicking around your website or pass

26Jan

Associations: Uncover Your Hidden Content

It’s a common problem among associations: You don’t have the manpower or budget to create new content on a regular basis. Your blog sits dormant for sometimes months at a time. Your monthly e-newsletter has found itself on a bi-annual cadence. You get the picture. The good news is that quality content can multiply, not

09Nov

Turn Your Publishing Expertise Into Content Marketing Magic

“Content marketing” is fast becoming a buzzword and losing some of its clarity along the way. That’s unfortunate, because it’s worthy of your notice. It isn’t something that only big-budget brands are doing. And it’s not just for marketers, either. As a publisher, you are exceptionally well positioned to practice content marketing — whether for

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