All posts by: Ronell

Most brands’ content marketing fails because it lacks adherence to solutions ideally suited to your brand. That is, you’re trying to execute a strategy that’s not optimized for the content marketing success you hope to enjoy. Simply put, your strategy is likely not well defined...
I became a content strategist by accident; I was very deliberate in finding my content strategy community online.  It all began in 2010. One of my friends, an executive at a multi-billion-dollar outdoor brand, shared with me that online marketing was blistering hot. “If you’re...
I’ve learned a lot in the last few years, much of it has helped me become a better content strategist, writer and speaker. Even the frustrating stuff has made me a better and a more qualified evaluator of the marketplace and the role I can successfully...
(image source) Earlier this year, Rand Fishkin addressed what was referred to as the “The Greatest Lie Content Marketing Ever Told”: the belief, held by many who dive into content marketing, that publishing content will quickly result in traffic to their website and/or conversions for...
While I’m hopeful content marketers are working to extinguish the “content is king” nonsense from the vernacular, content is, nevertheless, important. It’s beneficial on our websites, in our outreach, in our presentations and in conversations, both online and offline. But if content is so important,...
Content strategy is difficult stuff. I’m not talking about content marketing strategy, mind you. We’re talking about, as Kristina Halvorson has said and written numerous times, “planning for  the creation, publication, and governance of useful, usable content.” Yeah … That. Doesn’t sound fun, does it?...