Firehead are contributors to Junta42's Content Marketing Institute

Big news, content lovers around the world!

Firehead are now proud contributors to Junta42’s new Content Marketing Institute (CMI), an online how-to organisation for practical advice about content marketing.
Check out the CMI website for an overview of everything it offers. Check out the CMI press release to see the plans we’re announcing to the press about it.

The Content Marketing Institute gives B2B and B2C marketers no-nonsense, practical content marketing advice direct from the pros including:

  • Content strategy
  • Content creation
  • Content promotion and distribution
  • Content management
  • Content measurement and analysis

At Firehead, we love content and we’re very proud to be involved with such an esteemed group working on ground-breaking thinking around quality content. We’ll be contributing (and learning side-by-side) on international issues in content creation and strategy as well as recruitment issues for content professionals.

Joe Pulizzi, of Junta42 and creator of CMI, describes his latest creation:

The magic behind the Content Marketing Institute (CMI) is our talented contributors and advisors. No one has all of the answers about content marketing, so we have partnered with brightest people in in the industry.  Our team is in the field every day, answering questions and finding solutions about everything related to content marketing.  And, they span the globe to give you an international perspective. At CMI they share their insights with you to make your job easier.

The site features a daily blog that shares tips on improving content marketing as well as provides samples of great content and case studies of how companies are executing their content marketing strategies.

Content marketers and business owners can sign up for CMI posts for free!

Please join us for a rollicking, content-filled party!

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