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The Week In Content Marketing: The Best of 2011, Entrepreneurs Need Marketing, and More

By Grace Boyle Dec 30, 2011 1 comment

Curating the best from around the content marketing web. Tip us off to your favorite sources in the comments or via email.

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Why Content Marketing Is Vital for Small Business Owners: Sprout Content’s Dechay Watts offers small business owners three tips for getting started. Via Lendio Blog

20 Content Marketing Ideas for 2012: Lisa Barone of Outspoken Media suggests 20 ways in which small businesses can use content marketing to build awareness. Via Small Business Trends

Content Curation as a Thought-Leadership Trend: Can content curation alone turn an individual or company into a thought leader? Twelve experts weigh in. Via Thought Leadership

Top 5 Content Marketing Articles of 2011: Joe Pulizzi shares the five most highly trafficked posts from his blog this year. Via Junta42

Content Marketing: The Entrepreneur’s Most Productive Task: Why content marketing is essential for entrepreneurs, plus an outline of tasks for how to do it. Via Lifehack

Did we miss something that wowed you this week? Share it in the comments.

iconAbout the author Grace Boyle

Grace Boyle is a contributing writer to The Content Marketeer and is the Director of Customer Success for Kapost. As a longtime blogger (she has two blogs of her own), she gets geeky about content marketing and storytelling through writing. Grace also loves hiking, food, travel, yoga and laughter.

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