Webinar Invitation: How to Put Your Content Marketing Strategy into Action

Enough with theories, it’s time to hear some hands-on, down-to-earth practical tips on how to actually make your content marketing strategy happen.
Register for Kaizen’s next webinar called How to Put Your Content Marketing Strategy into Action, which will start on Thursday, 28 July 2016 at 2PM BST.

You’ll learn answers to these questions:

  • How to find out what your goal should be
  • How to find an inspiration which will bring success? (Using scraper tools to build event calendars, utilising Buzzsumo, the importance of pre-brainstorm brief etc)
  • What is brainwriting?
  • How to tap into people’s core emotions
  • How to find journalists you want to outreach to?
  • How to make the most out of your failures?

The webinar will start on Thursday, 28 July, 2016 at 2PM (BST) and you can book your seat for free here.

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