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The good news: this list is helpful in brainstorming content ideas.

The bad news: there's no excuse for not having a rocking editorial calendar for our blog, newsletter, optimized press releases, and web content.

MarketingSherpa led a January webinar called “How to Create High Conversion Lead Generation Content.” They recommended:

* Create relevant content for each stage of the sales cycle
* Use content to help sales have a valid business reason for follow-up

-- Red

p.s. In Writing Web Content for the Online Reader, my colleague Cris Rominger gives key facts about how people read online and tells why some web content is particularly effective. http://www.b2bcommunications.com/writing-web-content

In Website Content Tips, she offers six techniques to ensure your web content grabs the eye and gets attention.
http://www.b2bcommunications.com/website-content-tips

I was going off this blog when I saw the title of this post. It intrigued me, had I seen the number 10 or 15 I would skipped it. But 50!!
Sure enough reading it has given me more than value for my time. I've marked it. Thanks a lot.

Thanks for sharing this wonderful list. I'll be providing the link at my Social Networking for Nonprofits workshops - and retweeting ImpactMax's tweet with the link.

Marion
http://marionconwaynonprofitconsultant.blogspot.com

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