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 Slow Marketing: How to Deliver Faster Results by Slowing Down

After hearing Ann Handley introduce the idea of slow marketing at Content Marketing World in September, I asked her to stop by #ContentChat and share the idea with our community. If you're intrigued by what you see here, Ann's shared more on the topic in posts for MarketingProfs and IBM. I'm expecting we'll hear even more about it at the MarketingProfs B2B Forum conference in a few weeks. If you're going to be there, drop me a line so we can meet up!

Q1: Is quality over quantity something you strive for when it comes to content?

Q2: What is "Slow marketing"? And how does it help in the pursuit of quality content?

Q3: Why should we get slow as marketers? Won't we become roadkill?

Q4: How do we get slow as marketers?

Q5: What inspired you to start this "slow marketing" movement?

Q6: What are some examples of companies embracing and excelling at slow marketing?

Q7: What resources/tools can help us slow down as marketers? #ContentChat


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