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Sharing content from third-party sources establishes supply chain companies as a go-to resource for all things related to your industry, sector, products, or services.
When I hear the word “curate,” I think of an art gallery. I think of someone systematically picking pieces of art to display together. I think of the time and effort it takes to put these pieces together in a cohesive manor.

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Thanks to advances in the digital world, coupled with an ever-expanding global marketplace, marketing products, and services internationally is no longer exclusive to big businesses. Companies of every size are far more accessible than ever, meaning that this is the perfect time for your business to enjoy export marketing success.

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We work with a lot of manufacturing companies and one of the questions we get most often is ‘Why do we need to blog’? Often followed by ‘How do we blog for manufacturing’? A word about what a blog is. When manufacturers think about manufacturing blogging, they think about writing, and along with public speaking, writing produces an almost visceral reaction in many people.

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Editors Note: Today’s blog is from our friends at Fronetics who report their takeaways regarding manufacturing content marketing in 2016.
Here are four key takeaways from the manufacturing content marketing report.
The Content Marketing Institute (CMI) has released the results of its annual manufacturing content marketing survey, and there have been some big changes since last year.

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We’re all in business to create revenue, somehow, some way. It’s true if you’re a warehouse manager maintaining distribution operations. It’s true if you’re a logistics supervisor assessing 3PL vendors. It’s especially true if you’re on the front lines of sales, finding qualified prospects. Whether you like it or not, your activity contributed to revenue, directly or indirectly.

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Editor’s Note: Take it from us, a transportation management solutions provider, who understands the question we’ve all asked: “Who on earth will find manufacturing, logistics, supply chain, shipping, and transportation management content interesting? After all, it’s just making stuff and tedious process-driven operations!” Well, the answer lies in not thinking of yourself as some boring industry (