Buzzword of the day: Content

Content is the buzzword among brands these days. But figuring out the best content – or what some call “sexy content” – is not that easy. With so many social media platforms to jump on while catching up to new emerging ones, creating the right type of content is an on-going challenge.

At the Digiday Content Marketing Summit, in Half Moon Bay, California, this week, we asked a few of the leaders in content marketing to share their thoughts on their content strategy. Comcast’s John Young advised brands to lean heavy on content that’s free and personalized. Logitech’s Diego Gabathuler said content needs to add value to customer’s lives in order for it to have a deeper impression than just another ad. Watch the video below to see marketers sharing their thoughts on what content means to them.

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