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We’re excited to announce the launch of Koozai’s Content Marketing Showcase. It’s been a real labour of love so we can’t wait to see what you think of it.
We first came up with the idea of creating the showcase when we were looking for inspiration during a brainstorming session. There are countless blog posts that talk about the Top 5, Top 10, Top 15 Content Marketing examples etc but we couldn’t find one central resource.
So we put our creative minds into overdrive, gathered a list of over 100 of the best content marketing examples, did some pretty nifty development and the Content Marketing Showcase was born.
Our aim was to create a searchable content hub that allowed users to find inspiration in their own or other industry sectors or by content type, and I think you’ll agree that we’ve achieved that and then some.
The Koozai team started off searching for the top 100 content marketing examples to include in the showcase. The more we researched, the more fantastic examples kept appearing. It was a tough task but eventually we filtered down to the best-performing pieces from the countless examples we analysed.
We’ve even designed the showcase so that brands and agencies can submit their own masterpieces. I mean who doesn’t like shouting about the great work they’ve done?
An even mix of well-known brands and those that deserve more time in the limelight has been included in the Content Marketing Showcase. After all, it’s often the smaller brands that surprise you the most with a left-field idea.
Examples of the big brands included in the showcase are:
We’ve all come up against a brick wall at one time or another, when no matter how hard we try our creative juices just aren’t flowing. The Content Marketing Showcase will hopefully put an end to all that and inspire you in no time.
The showcase is a collection of the latest and greatest examples of Content Marketing campaigns to date. With over 100 exciting examples to look through, you’ll be spoilt for choice.
Each example includes a short description of the piece and what made it such a success, its noteworthy statistics, visual examples and details of the brand behind it. We are using the Majestic API so all the link data will be updated continuously each time you visit a piece.
The beauty of the Content Marketing Showcase is that it includes amazing examples from a whole host of industries, giving you an unparalleled insight into Content Marketing as a whole. So now you don’t have to waste time searching for industry- or content-specific examples: they’re all here in one handy place.
The showcase includes marvellous examples from the following industries – you just need to select your industry from the main menu and you’re on your way:
You can also filter the examples included by content type.
What’s more, we’ve also made it possible for you to sort the content marketing examples from A–Z and by inbound links or social shares.
Let us know what you think of the showcase in the comments below or send me a tweet @SamJaneNoble.
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