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 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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Happy National Yoga Month! 5 Content Marketing Insights From the Yoga Mat

September is National Yoga Month, the one month out of the year dedicated to spreading the word about the health benefits of a regular yoga practice. I’ve been practicing yoga in one form or another for over 15 years, and I’ll never forget the conversation that took place when I returned from my first class: […]

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30 Little-Known Features of Facebook, Twitter, and More

Which features of Facebook, Twitter, and the other major social networks have perhaps slipped under our noses? Kevan Lee went hunting for some of these little-known features and came up with over two dozen new tricks and tools to try for Facebook, Twitter, LinkedIn, Google+, Pinterest, and Instagram: 30 Little-Known Features of Facebook, Twitter, and […]

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Podcast: Adding a Book to Your Content Marketing Mix

Listen Now: Can’t access the player? Subscribe on iTunes or Stitcher, or subscribe to the RSS feed Welcome to Episode 86 of the Content Marketing Podcast! If you joined us for last week’s podcast, you’ll recall we shared 10 Secrets to Successful Guest Blogging. (Need to get caught up?) On today’s episode, we’re turn our […]

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How to Work With a Content Marketing Strategist

“I’ve got a great team in place, and I know we can rock this content marketing thing … if only we had someone to set us on the right track.” It’s like having an NFL team full of top draft picks and a Hall-of-Fame bound coach … but no playbook. Enter the content marketing strategist. […]

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How to Promote Your Blog Post

Much like the tree falling in the forest with no one around to hear it — you know, the one with the lousy publicist? — blog posts need a little help to reach the eager eyes of your audience. Find out how to boost your posts at How to Promote Your Blog Post | Social […]

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Podcast Episode 085: 10 Secrets to Successful Guest Blogging

Listen Now: Can’t access the player? Subscribe on iTunes or Stitcher, or subscribe to the RSS feed Welcome to Episode 85 of the Content Marketing Podcast! If you joined us for last week’s podcast, you’ll recall we shared “The 7 Habits of Highly Successful Bloggers.” (Need to get caught up?) On today’s episode, we’re turn our attention […]

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How to Promote Your Blog Post

“I’m publishing great content on my blog just like they told me to … but my traffic is abysmal. How can I get my audience to read my posts?” Much like the tree falling in the forest with no one around to hear it — you know, the one with the lousy publicist? — blog […]

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Study Shows B2B Marketers Continue To Struggle with Successful Content Marketing

A new study shows that B2B marketers continue to lag behind in connecting content marketing to business value: Study Shows B2B Marketers Continue To Struggle with Successful Content Marketing. Related articles It Should be a No-Brainer: Online Customers Want Better Experiences 10 Habits of Highly Successful Online Students

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Anatomy of an Irresistible Blog Post

“Why is it that some blog posts generate a ton of traffic and social conversation, while others just sit there?” A very good question, and one that bloggers have been posing since the dawn of the blogosphere. While there’s no single magic formula for an irresistible blog post, a good blogger knows that certain elements […]

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