We all have something we could learn from each other. But many times do we keep to ourselves, or to our collective groups of like-minded individuals. It seems there’s always some sort of war with each other that keeps two similar groups from coming together and openly sharing information that could help both sides in the long run.
Two of these groups that sometimes have these problems are content marketers and journalists. Why do they feel that there is an issue between the two? Aside from a few subtle differences, content marketers and journalists have practically the same job. It’s all a matter of little things that separate both groups.
But there are things these groups could learn from each other. What sort of lessons could each content marketing and journalists teach the other? Well, Dan Levy may have some lessons that could help this problem. On Moz.com, he has an article entitled, “What Content Marketers and Journalists Need to Learn from Each Other,” and in it, we will learn exactly what each side needs to know from the other. This way, we can all come together and be happy, just like Pharrell Williams.
Check out Dan’s post on Moz by following the link below.
Moz Blog: What Content Marketers and Journalists Need to Learn from Each Other