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Content Marketing Strategy, with Robert Rose

Funnel Reboot podcast

Release Date: 04/10/2024

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Episode 191

Do you wish there was a blueprint for architecting all your company’s content? You’ve come to the right place because a super-well researched book has just come out, from someone whose name is synonymous with Content marketing. 

Our guest is a marketing leader who helps companies combine technology and digital media to produce great content marketing. Many Fortune 500 brands have sought him out for his strategic guidance. 

He himself says this was an improbable outcome, as a guy who moved from Texas to LA to start a career in Hollywood as a screenwriter. But LA had its own plans for him, specifically in senior marketing roles with SaaS companies, including a content management solution firm where he was CMO.  

In 2010 he joined  Joe Pulizzi, previous show guest who had just founded The Content Marketing Institute as its Chief Strategy Advisor. He played a pivotal role in making it the premier content marketing education organization through its acquisition by UBM in 2016 and right up to the present. He and Joe still put out This Old Marketing, a podcast which is downloaded more than a half-a-million times every year in 150 countries.

He also provides training programs and certification courses through The Content Advisory. 

Beyond all the enterprise work he does, he still rolls up his sleeves to support various startups , serving supporting roles  at DivvyHQ and BrandLens. He is the best-selling author with four best-selling books on marketing and today we’re talking about his 2023 book: Content Marketing Strategy. 

We’re headed now to talk with Robert Rose. 

 

Timestamps/Chapters

(00:00:00) - Intro

(00:02:50) - Welcome Robert

(00:04:48) - How having a strategy produces better content

(00:28:31) - PSA

(00:29:08) - 3 pillars of the Content marketing model

(00:34:43) - Org structures at odds with Content Strategy

(00:37:22) - Content dept shouldn't be treated as vending machine

(00:39:44) - Content's container vs content itself

(00:45:02) - Infusing content with storylike progression

(00:48:23) - Points of view for creating content

(00:49:49) - Measuring content's value

(01:00:37) - Getting the book/contacting Robert

 

For links to all People, products and concepts mentioned, go to Ep 191's page on the Funnel Reboot site.