This was an incredible year for #ContentChat, and we are so grateful for our guests and community for joining us each Monday. In this year end wrap-up, we reflect on our work this year and look forward to next year’s lineup, which resumes on Monday, January 7.
Be Our Next #ContentChat Guest!
Interested in being a guest on #ContentChat next year to discuss one of the topics the community identified below, or for a fresh idea we’ve yet to discuss? Leave a comment with your pitch!
Q1: What is your content super power?
The power of distilling complicated information and making it accessible and helpful.
A1: My content super power is simplifying complicated stuff and making it engaging to target audiences. #ContentChat— Wayne Hendry (@ideakid88) December 17, 2018
A1: Our content super-power is making complicated information digestible. Our creative and editorial teams have amassed expertise across many different industries and businesses, and can break down all kinds of dense info for anyone to comprehend. #contentchat— Brafton (@Brafton) December 17, 2018
The power of channeling your audience and (figuratively) stepping into their shoes.
A1 My content superpower is helping organizations shift their focus from telling customers what to do to helping customers do what they want. #ContentChat— Bill Skowronski (@BillSkowronski) December 17, 2018
The power of writing — a lot.
A1: Writing. I can write for hours on end. If I’m given a topic and target audience, I immediately jump into bullets and can churn it out quickly. I love being involved in the entire process and strategy, but I love writing most. #ContentChat— Patrick Delehanty (@MDigitalPatrick) December 17, 2018
The power of creativity.
Our super power is definitely our creative team! With a talented team of creatives, we’re able to offer a unique full range of content services to our clients. #ContentChat— Pelicon (@PeliconCreative) December 17, 2018
The power of developing a consistent and memorable voice.
A1. Voice, being able to create, hone and write in an engaging, memorable voice. #ContentChat— MeetEdgar (@MeetEdgar) December 17, 2018
The power of SEO and developing a long-term strategy.
I would have to pick 2:— Rebekah Meyer (@RebekahLMeyer) December 17, 2018
– Content + SEO
– Creating long-term actionable content strategies
The big secret is that that Venn diagram is reaaaaaaally circular! But the spread between the two gives me the chance to hit both sides of my brain, which is the fun part! #ContentChat
The power of being there and joining the conversation.
A1: My content super power is being there! I’m always trying to make our business visible and engaged, so I’m constantly checking in on our socials and creating content on the fly to be part of the conversation! #ContentChat— Click Ctrl Marketing (@ClkContrl) December 17, 2018
The power of turning content into a conversation.
A1 I’d like to think my “super power” is my ability to turn content into conversation. 😉 #contentchat— Martin Lieberman (@martinlieberman) December 17, 2018
The power of taking a larger piece of content that can be used in different ways across channels and formats.
A2: My content super power is planning “big rock” content that can be used in a variety of different ways and styled into various formats to create multiple smaller content pieces and touchpoints. I like my content to multitask! #ContentChat— Caitlin Kinser (@caitlinmarie89) December 17, 2018
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A1: My content super power is being able to take content and rework it for multiple channels #ContentChat— Bernie Fussenegger 🐝✌️the7️⃣ (@B2the7) December 17, 2018