In-Store Screens Read Faces To Deliver Targeted Content
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    Storytelling Through Agile Marketing
    For all their talk about beefing up storytelling capabilities, most companies have done little to invest in the people who can make It happen. That's according to a new survey commissioned by content marketing software and services company Skyword. "Large organizations are only just beginning to set themselves up to do sustained storytelling," says Skyword CMO Patricia Travaline. "In actuality, particularly from the people side of the equation, there is still significant investment in very traditional marketing roles."
    Major Content Trends For 2016
    We asked several sources from the last year -- each of whom approaches content marketing from a different angle -- to share their takes on the major trends emerging in the discipline.
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