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    Content marketing is visual in the eyes of a graphic designer


    Senior Graphic Designer Maysoon Shafi reveals her design process, how she handles a challenge and the best way to find success with graphics.

    Successful social media: Audience, storytelling and conversation


    Brafton Manager of Promotions & Engagement Allie Stone gives her expertise on the importance of social media marketing, effective strategies and nachos.

    My first time at INBOUND: Marketing, swag and celebrities


    HubSpot INBOUND is the ultimate content marketing and sales event, and I dived headfirst into the conference, ready to learn all I could about the industry.

    From writer to content marketing strategist: A Braftonite gives his take


    A (John) King of all trades gives us his thoughts on life as a writer turned content marketing strategist and where he sees the industry going

    The art behind content: Creative Director Perry Leenhouts


    Brafton Creative Director Perry Leenhouts may just be a secret agent. That is to say, he’s mastered the art of the double life, taking enough branching paths in his career […]

    7 eerily effective Halloween marketing campaigns


    Halloween is a chance for marketers to test their most creative content ideas. Our experts weigh in on why their favorite campaigns struck gold.

    Brafton’s Director of Video Product talks video marketing trends, lasagna and more


    Brafton’s Director of Video Product shares his insights into creating great videos, trends to follow and avoid, and how to collaborate on a video project.

    8 must-attend ad:tech 2016 sessions for content marketers


    Brafton’s picks of the best sessions for content marketers to have on their radars for ad:tech 2016.

    Your weirdness is another person’s museum


    Sometimes embracing “weirdness” is the best way to connect your content with a receptive audience.