2017 Content Marketing Predictions: A #CMWorld Chat with Joe Pulizzi

2017 Content Marketing Predictions: A #CMWorld Chat with Joe Pulizzi. Today’s #CMWorld Twitter chat revolved around one of our favorite and most-discussed topics: Content Marketing Predictions for 2017. Joe Pulizzi and other thought leaders in the industry share their predictions for the coming year. As you look ahead to 2017, we hope this provides you with some good ideas, whether realistic, or whether we’re reaching for the stars. Either way, we hope it’s inspiring and useful to you. As our industry becomes more tech-heavy and tech-dependent, now, more than ever, we need to maintain a human approach toward our customers. A1: Think less about themselves and more about their audience. (@HeyOrca) December 13, 2016 Dynamic content can be very effective…if done well. Game changer for me. #CMWorld pic.twitter.com/gHzCl7S82T — D2 Media Solutions (@D2MediaSLN) December 13, 2016 A3.

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Today’s #CMWorld Twitter chat revolved around one of our favorite and most-discussed topics: Content Marketing Predictions for 2017. Each year (9 years running!) Joe Pulizzi and other thought leaders in the industry share their predictions for the coming year.

This week, CMI’s Founder, Joe Pulizzi, joined us as we looked at eight of the predictions. As always, our community chimed in with their thoughts. As you look ahead to 2017, we hope this provides you with some good ideas, whether realistic, or whether we’re reaching for the stars. Either way, we hope it’s inspiring and useful to you.

A few takeaways from the chat are below. Visit this chat’s Storify to see more tweets on this topic.

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As our industry becomes more tech-heavy and tech-dependent, now, more than ever, we need to maintain a human approach toward our customers.

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