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BuzzInContent rewinds and reviews its most impactful and engaging stories in 2019 and compiles them for readers

By BuzzInContent Bureau | December 30, 2019
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Almost after a year of its launch, BuzzInContent.com, India's only news portal on content marketing and native advertising, is putting all its premium content behind a paywall. The move will help us to push harder to produce better content and insight pieces that media agencies, publishers, broadcasters, OTT platforms, independent content creators and advertisers can benefit from

By BuzzInContent Bureau | February 26, 2019
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BuzzInContent compiles a list of most read and shared articles on the platform in the year gone by

By BuzzInContent Bureau | January 08, 2019
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The deadline for the entries has been removed

By BuzzInContent Bureau | March 18, 2020
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Call for entries open, Entry deadline: March 20, 2020

By BuzzInContent Bureau | March 16, 2020
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Call for entries open for the inaugural awards honouring innovative content solutions of brands. Deadline to enter is March 20, 2020

By BuzzInContent Bureau | March 12, 2020
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The last date to submit entries is March 20, 2020. The awards will be held on April 17, 2020, in Mumbai. Brands, content platforms, creators, publishers and agencies can enter their work created between January 1, 2019 and February 29, 2020. The awards will be judged by a coveted set of Grand and Executive juries

By BuzzInContent Bureau | March 02, 2020
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Entry deadline: March 20, 2020

By BuzzInContent Bureau | February 24, 2020
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To be held in April 2020, the annual gala event will take place in Mumbai

By BuzzInContent Bureau | December 18, 2019
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The data and insights will help marketers, agencies, creators and platforms stay updated with the latest trends and engaging content associations by brands with influencers, celebs and other content creators

By BuzzInContent Bureau | November 01, 2019
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BuzzInContent.com caught up with Shroff, Vice-President, Marketing, Unacademy, to talk about the scope of branded content on the audio-streaming apps and podcasts

By Akansha Srivastava | July 30, 2020
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Sanjeev Bhargava, Director, Brand TOI/ TIMS, tells BuzzInContent.com that it is a common knowledge that a substantial part of the content on social media is motivated or false. He says the newspaper may launch more initiatives to encourage people to read-only authentic and fact-checked news

By Akanksha Nagar | July 29, 2020
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BuzzInContent.com asked several content leaders what specific skills and practices they adopted during the crisis or they intend to adopt in the near future that can expand their career opportunities. The experts share their learnings that you won't get to study anywhere

By Akansha Srivastava | July 28, 2020
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Rahul Ghose, Head of MoneyFlix, Sharekhan, tells BuzzInContent.com how the company's maiden edutainment platform is a digital revolution in financial education in the country and discusses its future plans

By Akanksha Nagar | July 23, 2020
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Multiple brands have smelt an opportunity in the content space and are cashing in on the medium amid the pandemic. But will they continue with content marketing as an integral part of their strategy or is it a short-term tactical move? BuzzInContent.com finds out

By Akanksha Nagar | July 21, 2020
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Gogia tells BuzzInContent.com there's no formula that decides the cost of an influencer and that the ban on TikTok will help content creators to put content on different platforms and build audiences simultaneously. He says the pandemic forced new brands to explore influencer marketing because of the good ROI it provides

By Akanksha Nagar | July 16, 2020
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During the pandemic, the brands are creating content more than ever to engage with consumers. Unknowingly, many are adding to the mound of mediocre content, causing content fatigue among the consumers. BuzzInContent.com caught up with content experts and asked them how brands can unlearn the art of creating average content

By Akansha Srivastava | July 14, 2020
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