Content Marketing for Humans in the Age of Robots

Busyness is the new black. People love to talk about how busy they are, almost like it's a badge of honor. But the truth is that people are more distracted than busy. And the good news for you is that there's a way to distract them from their distractedness. The secret is to create and deliver content that resonates with the human being behind the inbox.

In this Teach Me How seminar, Chris Brogan shares actionable takeaways on how to capture your customers' attention with carefully crafted content. You'll learn essential writing tips, the key to selecting topics that engage, and how to get your audience to interact with you in a real and authentic way. You'll walk away with the tools to break through the noise and be heard (and listened to) by your prospects and customers.

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  • Date: June 14, 2018
  • Length: 60 minutes
  • Presenter: Chris Brogan
  • Element: Create
  • Topic: Marketing Content
  • Price: $0


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Chris Brogan

Chris Brogan is an executive-level strategist and CEO advisor, working with companies at the 100M+ revenue range. The projects he works on with C-level executives involve everything from scouting M&A opportunities in B2B enterprise SaaS, strategic pathing and decision-making, reorg efforts, and more. He's also president of Chris Brogan Media, offering brand and digital content strategy as well as business strategy advisory services. Chris is a sought after keynote speaker and showrunner of The Backpack Show. He is the New York Times bestselling author of nine books and counting.