3 Replies to “Content Marketing: Separating Success From Failure”

  1. *Content Marketing: Separating Success From Failure* +Rand Fishkin joined +Mark Traphagen and I to discuss what it takes to succeed in content marketing, and also what causes many people to fail. It was a fantastic show that came to an end far too quickly. One of the biggest problems? False expectations on the timeline to success. Content marketing is a long term investment, and it is not for everyone. However, if it is right for you, and you make the commitment and stick with it, it can put you in a very secure long term position in your market space. Hey! That sounds like a very good thing, doesn’t it?

  2. *Content Marketing: Separating Success From Failure* +Rand Fishkin joined +Mark Traphagen and I to discuss what it takes to succeed in content marketing, and also what causes many people to fail. It was a fantastic show that came to an end far too quickly. One of the biggest problems? False expectations on the timeline to success. Content marketing is a long term investment, and it is not for everyone. However, if it is right for you, and you make the commitment and stick with it, it can put you in a very secure long term position in your market space. Hey! That sounds like a very good thing, doesn’t it?

  3. *Content Marketing: Separating Success From Failure* +Rand Fishkin joined +Mark Traphagen and I to discuss what it takes to succeed in content marketing, and also what causes many people to fail. It was a fantastic show that came to an end far too quickly. One of the biggest problems? False expectations on the timeline to success. Content marketing is a long term investment, and it is not for everyone. However, if it is right for you, and you make the commitment and stick with it, it can put you in a very secure long term position in your market space. Hey! That sounds like a very good thing, doesn’t it?

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