Stop Blaming Content for Your Content Marketing Problems

November 18, 2016 | Justin Gray | No Comments |

Content matters more than ever. It’s not a shortcut. And it’s critically important you get it right.

If only 5% of your content is driving engagement, why aren’t you taking a closer look at that 5%, figuring out why it’s working, and then leveraging that knowledge across the other 95%? In this article, Jason Miller–who leads global content and social media marketing initiatives for LinkedIn Marketing Solutions–explains how many people are misinterpreting this statistic and missing out.

Take two minutes to read this one. Make sure your team knows what this statistic really means.

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