Content Marketing

How to Use Presentations for Content Marketing


Let’s face it. When you think content marketing, your brain immediately thinks blogs, eBooks, and whitepapers. But, what about presentations? If you neglected this medium in 2013, I want to encourage you to take another look at presentations in 2014. Here are few reasons why: You Have a Story Worth Sharing Let’s first establish that […]

Content Marketing

Did We Just Invent A New Form of Blogging?


SlideShare is one of the most underrated content platforms in existence. Owned by LinkedIn, SlideShare is essentially the YouTube for presentations. Although, it’s not just presentations these days, as SlideShare’s 60 million monthly visitors also upload and view infographics, documents and other file types. SlideShare has even gotten into the video game, as you can […]


21 Quotes That Will Change the Way You Think About Marketing


I am delighted to announce that my new book Youtility debuted at #3 on the New York Times best seller list! One million thank yous to everyone who supported the book and the launch, especially the brilliant businesspeople who agreed to be interviewed for the book. Youtility is chock full of case studies and ideas, […]

How to Curate 6,000 Pieces of Content This Year

Todd Wheatland

Todd Wheatland, VP of Marketing at Kelly OCG, joins the Social Pros Podcast from Content Marketing World in Sydney, Australia this week to discuss producing massive amounts of relevant content, curating your personal brand, and how to get your followers to share your content. Read on for some of the highlights and tweetable moments, or listen to the […]

Content Marketing, Blogging and Content Creation

Top 5 Slideshare Marketing Tips

slideshare tips

Guest post by Kristina Allen, Online Marketing Manager at ion interactive, the makers of the LiveBall marketing optimization software. One of my favorite social marketing activities right now is creating Slideshare presentations. Slideshare is a directory of presentations. Think of it as YouTube, but for Powerpoint. I really love creating short (read: easily consumable) but […]