Content marketing doesn't mean hiding your intentions

03/1/2012 | eConsultancy.com

The purist idea that content marketing should hide the sales pitch for customer friendliness is a new marketing myth, writes Doug Kessler. Frank and openly promotional content can be more valuable to your customer than a sales pitch masked by altruistic language. A unified strategy will combine content with thought leadership and promote honest selling.

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