Content Curator Rachel Parker

These are the recent articles that have been curated on Internet Billboards by Rachel Parker. Be sure to check back soon to see what she will curate next. You can view her social media profiles from any post. Read her bio here to learn more about her.

About Rachel Parker

Rachel Parker, Founder and CEO of Resonance Content Marketing, brings a track record of success in brand messaging to her work with forward-thinking businesses of all sizes. With over 15 years experience as a brand strategist and marketing writer, Rachel has worked with some of the most prominent companies in Houston, including Hewlett-Packard, SYSCO Foodservice, AIG American General, Methodist Hospital, Reliant Energy, Honeywell, and many others.

Podcast: 7 Rules for Rocking the Mobile Inbox

Listen Now: Can’t access the player? Subscribe on iTunes or Stitcher, or subscribe to the RSS feed Welcome to Episode 93 of the Content Marketing Podcast! If you joined us for last week’s podcast, you’ll recall we addressed the question “Email and Social: Do You Really Need Both?” (Need to get caught up?) On today’s […]

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FTQ: Are E-Newsletters Even a Thing Anymore?

With all the chatter about Facebook, LinkedIn, Twitter, … and now Snapchat, Ello, and countless other newcomers to the social media space, the old standby e-newsletter seems almost quaint. Does it even deserve a piece of the content marketing pie anymore? Check out today’s SlideShare to find out why the answer is an unequivocal “Yes!” […]

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24 Untapped Ways to Get Blog Post Ideas

Great ideas to tap into the next time you’re stumped for a blog post topic: 24 Untapped Ways to Get Blog Post Ideas | Digital Philippines.

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Podcast: Email and Social: Do You Really Need Both?

Listen Now: Can’t access the player? Subscribe on iTunes or Stitcher, or subscribe to the RSS feed Welcome to Episode 91 of the Content Marketing Podcast! If you joined us for last week’s podcast, you’ll recall we discussed how to make sure your e-newsletter steers clear of the dreaded spam filter. (Need to get caught […]

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Happy Birthday to My Favorite 4-Year-Old!

Yes, it was four years ago tomorrow — October 15, 2010 — that a certain copywriter walked out of her corporate office for the last time, driven by a dream of helping businesses grow their bottom line not by pummeling the public with marketing messages, but by sharing content that resonates with their ideal clients. […]

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Podcast Episode 091: How to Steer Clear of the Spam Filter

Listen Now: Can’t access the player? Subscribe on iTunes or Stitcher, or subscribe to the RSS feed   Welcome to Episode 91 of the Content Marketing Podcast! If you joined us for last week’s podcast, you’ll recall we discussed whether e-newsletters are a thing of the past … or the future. (Need to get caught […]

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10 Tweetable Tips for Engaging E-Newsletters

Your e-newsletter can be your greatest asset when it comes to building audience relationships. To help you make the most of this weekly or monthly opportunity, we’ve put together 10 tweetable tips that can take your publication— and your open rates — from meh to marvelous. Respect your audience; remember, you are there by invitation […]

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Podcast: Are E-Newsletters a Thing of the Past … or the Future?

Listen Now: Can’t access the player? Subscribe on iTunes or Stitcher, or subscribe to the RSS feed Welcome to Episode 90 of the Content Marketing Podcast! If you joined us for last week’s podcast, you’ll recall we talked about ways you can set your content marketing team up for success. (Need to get caught up?) […]

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Why the E-Newsletter Is Dead … and Why That’s a Good Thing

Ah, yes, I could hear the protestations from here as you read that title … “But what about 91 percent of consumers checking email daily?” … “What about $40 in business generated from every $1 spent on email?” … “What about 70% of consumers saying they always open emails from their favorite companies?” Relax, Sparky. […]

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Podcast Episode 089: How to Set Your Content Team Up for Success

Listen Now: Can’t access the player? Subscribe on iTunes or Stitcher, or subscribe to the RSS feed Welcome to Episode 89 of the Content Marketing Podcast! If you joined us for last week’s podcast, you’ll recall we talked about 10 types of professionals other than writers to whom you can outsource certain aspects of your […]

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7 Basic Tools for Creating Content That People Will Actually Read – The Mention Blog

Great list from our friends at Mention of tools for producing a hoard of content and maintaining a well-organized content library: 7 Basic Tools for Creating Content That People Will Actually Read – The Mention Blog.

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Why Red Reddington Would Make a Lousy Content Marketer

Yes, these days, there’s a glimmer in my eye, a spring in my step, and if you listen closely in the direction of my office, you might just hear me whistling from time to time. Yes, the arrival of the fall season is always a happy, happy time around here. Football is back, cooler temperatures […]

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How to Create an Inbound Marketing Plan for Twitter

To be successful using Twitter for inbound marketing, there are two main questions you should be asking. Find out what they are at How to Create an Inbound Marketing Plan for Twitter.

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Podcast Episode 088: Content Outsourcing Beyond the Written Word

Listen Now: Can’t access the player? Subscribe on iTunes or Stitcher, or subscribe to the RSS feed Welcome to Episode 88 of the Content Marketing Podcast! If you joined us for last week’s podcast, you’ll recall we discussed the top 10 reasons you might want to consider outsourcing your content marketing. (Need to get caught […]

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64 Tactics to Drive Traffic to Your Blog

Looking for one good tactic to drive traffic to your blog? How about 64 of ‘em, courtesy of Jeff Bullas? 64 Tactics to Drive Traffic to Your Blog – Jeffbullass Blog. Related articles 6 Key Business Goals Thought Leadership Will Help You Achieve Introducing: Slow Viral Content Content Marketing on the Internet and Beyond: Simple […]

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Podcast: Top 10 Reasons to Outsource Your Content Marketing

Listen Now: Can’t access the player? Subscribe on iTunes or Stitcher, or subscribe to the RSS feed Welcome to Episode 87 of the Content Marketing Podcast! If you joined us for last week’s podcast, you’ll recall we chatted with author coach Kevin Tumlinson about adding a book to your content marketing mix. (Need to get […]

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