10 Inspiring Expert Quotes That Honor Timeless Content Marketing Best Practices

10 Inspiring Expert Quotes That Honor Timeless Content Marketing Best Practices

I created the text-only ad to post on other BBS systems, meant to drive traffic to my pre-website by listing the features my BBS offered and the basic information on how people could connect to it. Certain tenets of digital marketing are enduring by nature and just as important and effective today as they were in the past. But what can digital marketers learn from listening to some of the enduring lessons from our profession’s past? As it turns out, several best practices from the digital dark ages are still used with great success in today’s vastly different online landscape. Read on as we highlight some of the the industry’s top online marketing experts who’ve illuminated the enduring tactics and strategies that are still — and perhaps forever — relevant in today’s content marketing world. Jonathan Mildenhall, Co-Founder and Chief Executive at TwentyFirstCenturyBrand (and former Chief Marketing Officer at Airbnb), considers big ideas more enduring than huge marketing budgets. Keeping focus with a clear intent is another timeless marketing tactic recommended by Alex Rynne, Content Marketing Manager at LinkedIn. Enduring Tactics Are As Inspirational As Ever Mark, Ann, Lee, and the rest of these top marketing influencers bring into focus the importance of writing relevant and inspiring content. When you incorporate these tactics — great writing that includes big ideas along with meaningful, inspiring, and intentional content that tells your customers’ stories, you’ll be well on your way to achieving content marketing success that endures. After creating that first ASCII promotion for my BBS nearly 35 years ago, astounding changes have taken place in the technology behind our content marketing and the methods we use to share them, however some tactics remain just as relevant now if we’re willing to seek them out, and for that I think today’s marketers can be thankful.

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10 Inspiring Expert Quotes That Honor Timeless Content Marketing Best Practices

When I started working in digital marketing in 1984, the first online ad I created was in 40-column ASCII text format on my Commodore 64 computer. It was a simple promotion for the 300-baud bulletin board system (BBS) I owned and operated.

Commodore 64

I created the text-only ad to post on other BBS systems, meant to drive traffic to my pre-website by listing the features my BBS offered and the basic information on how people could connect to it. Here’s an actual screen-shot from a few years later when I’d moved on to using a Commodore Amiga:

BBS Login Screen

The ad worked well, successfully driving new sign-ups and helping to have my system named the best BBS in Colorado by the top list-making organization of the day. Back then, simply putting out a BBS ad was all it took to get found. But it also helped that I presented my content in a straightforward and easy-to-understand way, one best practice that has stood the test of time and is more important than ever today.

Of course, there are other examples of this. Certain tenets of digital marketing are enduring by nature and just as important and effective today as they were in the past. But what can digital marketers learn from listening to some of the enduring lessons from our profession’s past?

As it turns out, several best practices from the digital dark ages are still used with great success in today’s vastly different online landscape. In this piece, we bring some of those front and center.

Read on as we highlight some of the the industry’s top online marketing experts who’ve illuminated the enduring tactics and strategies that are still — and perhaps forever — relevant in today’s content marketing world.

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CARLA JOHNSON

Carla Johnson

Carla Johnson, Chief Innovator at Type A Communications, considers top-caliber writing to be of utmost…

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