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Jonathan Crossfield (Content Writer & Storyteller, Freelance)
Date: Thursday, September 30
Time: 2:00pm - 2:30pm
Pass Type: Virtual Pass - Get your pass now!
Track: Writing/Content Development
Session Type: Breakout Session
Audience Level: All
Vault Recording: TBD
Audience Level: All
Every day, people download B2B content because they think the information will be good for them. But that doesn't mean these white papers, reports and so on will actually be read.
Be honest. You've downloaded plenty of content that couldn't hold your attention beyond the first few dry-as-biscuits paragraphs.
You may have even published content that, despite being full of valuable information and expertise, is just deathly dull. It might seem like the sort of content a serious business like yours should be publishing â€“ but, given the choice, would you read it?
This session will prove that no product, industry or topic area is too boring for content marketing. Discover how to turn "should read" into "want to read" and eventually into "did read".
â€¢ Understanding why people download B2B white papers, reports, etc. (and why that doesn't mean they'll read them!)
â€¢ How to find a more interesting or compelling angle on a potentially boring topic (with examples)
â€¢ How humour and creativity can make your information more memorable (and why this isn't "unprofessional")
â€¢ How to work with internal experts used to technical or report writing (because you'll still need their brains, right?)