On the show today is Melanie Deziel. Melanie is the Director of Content at Foundation and author of The Content Fuel Framework. She is an international keynote speaker and is recognized as one of the world’s leading experts in native advertising and branded content.
I wanted to bring her on because Melanie worked on content creation for The New York Times’s T Brand Studio, helped found the HuffPost Partner Studio, and served as the Director of Creative Strategy for Time Inc’s portfolio of 35+ media properties. She also served as an Expert in Residence at Gary Vaynerchuk’s BRaVe Ventures. Melanie knows content.
You’ll hear about the 10 different focuses of content that resonate and how to tailor them across 10 different formats, how to generate unlimited content ideas, and unique ways to repurpose your content.
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