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Shivaji Dasgupta, the Founder of INEXGRO Brand Advisory, writes about James Bond movies, which are a treasure trove of ‘classical' content marketing and have influenced consumption choices for millions of customers over seven decades

By Shivaji Dasgupta
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Shivaji Dasgupta, Founder of INEXGRO Brand Advisory, writes how Air India's famed booklet ‘Foolishly Yours' can be a training manual for content creators

By Shivaji Dasgupta
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Rushabh Gandhi, Deputy CEO, IndiaFirst Life Insurance writes that one could make the most engaging content, but if it weren't marketed well, it would never build trust and loyalty that reap business benefits. This understanding forms the basis of content marketing strategy – make great content consistently but market it even more intelligently

By Rushabh Gandhi
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Girish Bindal, Director - Content Marketing at Elara Group (Housing, PropTiger, Makaan), writes about some key insights on how to make the most effective use of content marketing and what not to do

By Girish Bindal
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Madhavi Irani, Chief Officer - Content, Nykaa, writes about Intelligent Content, a way of thinking through the way content is organised and managed

By BuzzInContent Bureau
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Shivaji Dasgupta, Founder of INEXGRO Brand Advisory, writes how content marketing, done inspirationally and intelligently, can honestly play a decisive role in the imminent cliff-hanger of 2019

By Shivaji Dasgupta
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Sunil Kumaran, Country Head, Thwink Big, Big FM, writes that with technological advancements, the way we communicate and consume content has also evolved and as a result, some of the fundamentals of communication and marketing are going through a paradigm change

By BuzzInContent Bureau
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While OTT is already a reality, how well prepared are brands to build on this massive opportunity, asks Karan Kumar, Chief Brand and Marketing Officer, Fabindia

By Karan Kumar
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Rashi Mittal Nair, CEO and Co-founder, WOOP, writes why most brands are turning to moms for being their brand advocates and why it is the best proposition for any brand to have these moms who are also the users of the brand directly or indirectly, to be the voice of the brand

By BuzzInContent Bureau
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Rajasekar KS, GM, Marketing at Matrimony.com writes that content is still the glue that holds together the engagement. And the primary goal of content is conversation with the customer, not conversion. Conversion will follow. For content to drive conversations, it must move your audience

By Rajasekar KS
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Mayur Sethi, Partner & COO, WittyFeed, shares how to choose a platform wisely, create a content keeping the audience in mind and craft a masterpiece that outshines the rest – organically

By Mayur Sethi
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Asif Upadhye, the Co-founder, Director and Story Teller at Yellow Seed writes how good content can perform well only when supported with an equally good marketing strategy. Create engaging content but build a plan that promotes it well. Begin on the right note and continue the right path to reach the desired destination

By Asif Upadhye
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Shivaji Dasgupta, Founder of INEXGRO Brand Advisory, writes how the greatest opportunity for a brand investing in content for children is a head-start in forging relationships, a formidable challenge in the world of performance-based engagements

By Shivaji Dasgupta
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Karan Kumar, Head, Brand & Marketing, Fabindia, asks if brands can find a deeper meaning that would help in their adoption in an era of surplus choices

By Karan Kumar
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Honey Singh, Co-Founder & CEO PR and Content Marketing, #ARM Worldwide, writes how with a well-drafted PR and content marketing strategy, a start-up with a single-digit team can compete with the top guns in the industry. He also suggests 10 ways to do content marketing for your start-up

By Honey Singh
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Today brands tend to create shareable memes and viral videos that can integrate brand-related messages. But the task is not that easy. It requires skill and if not done the right way, brands can face hurdles. Harpreet Bajwa, Co-founder of RVCJ Media, writes about some of the challenges

By Harpreet Bajwa
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Shivaji Dasgupta, Founder of INEXGRO Brand Advisory, writes about how brands can use events or occasions to create an endearing bridge between the content and the customer

By Shivaji Dasgupta
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Pranay Swarup, CEO & Co-Founder, Chtrbox, feels content marketing today is the free entertaining, informative, or interesting content that encourages potential customers and existing ones to stay connected with your brand, your category and what you stand for

By Pranay Swarup
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