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Sandie Young

Sandie Young started at the agency during the summer of 2012, with experience in magazine journalism and a passion for content marketing. Sandie is a graduate of Ohio University, with a Bachelor of Science from the E.W. Scripps School of Journalism. Full bio.
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Behind any great piece of content is a strategic content team. Whether you regroup monthly, quarterly or weekly to crowdsource ideas, a solid content brainstorming session can fuel big blogging wins.   

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Thanks to social, today’s marketing pros have the power to shape a virtual identity. Social media is the convenient meet-up for both personal and professional networking needs. It offers information sharing and personal connection. 

Unfortunately, too many brands are fumbling their way through social without a strategy or a purpose. Whether you’re perfecting a company image, or your own personal brand, there are ways to be more relatable, and likeable, on social.

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Today's consumer is passionate about his or her favorite brands. It's not just a transaction anymore. It's a lifestyle—driven by customer interest and experience. 

There has been an evident shift in the early months of 2014. Sixty-two percent of small businesses are assigning a large majority of their marketing budgets to customer retention this year, according to a new report from BIA / Kelsey and Manta. Marketers are finally looking past the traditional funnel (not quite past the obsession with lead gen, however), and sharpening their focus on customer experience and the impact of solid customer loyalty.

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The intrinsically motivated don't settle for average. Characterized by Type A personalities, there is always room for edits and improvements. We look to dazzle and fascinate when we write. But, the reality: most marketers are too busy and strapped for time. 

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Ninety-one percent of B2B marketers produce content marketing materials, according to CMI’s yearly benchmark report. If you’re among the vast majority knee-deep in content production—stop right there. A recent study from Altimeter Group found: 

“Despite an overwhelming trend toward content marketing and the need to continually feed an ever-increasing portfolio of content channels and formats, most organizations have not yet addressed content on either a strategic or tactical level.”

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