Earlier this year, marketing consultant and blogger Mark Schaefer wrote in a post that “content shock”—the idea that people can only process a finite amount of information before tuning out—will make content marketing an impractical exercise for most companies. Shel Holtz, ABC, IABC Fellow, disagrees. In fact, he says, media outlets are struggling to keep up with audience demands, and savvy communication professionals can still make targeted content marketing worth the effort. That doesn’t mean that getting your messages heard in today’s crowded online world is easy, though. In this CW Live video chat, Holtz shares tips for making your content as easy to find as possible.
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Jessica Burnette-Lemon is CW’s senior editor.