45 episodes

Content Logistics is a podcast for B2B marketers looking to build a content engine that drives revenue. Camille Trent interviews the marketers behind the best content marketing flywheels to uncover the tactical aspects of content production — from first draft to first customer. This podcast teaches everything from developing a sound content strategy to drafting, optimizing and distributing that content to grow your audience. Ultimately, Content Logistics helps marketers understand how to become the best content creators and distributors within their own organization.

Content Logistics Motion

    • Business
    • 5.0 • 2 Ratings

Content Logistics is a podcast for B2B marketers looking to build a content engine that drives revenue. Camille Trent interviews the marketers behind the best content marketing flywheels to uncover the tactical aspects of content production — from first draft to first customer. This podcast teaches everything from developing a sound content strategy to drafting, optimizing and distributing that content to grow your audience. Ultimately, Content Logistics helps marketers understand how to become the best content creators and distributors within their own organization.

    How to Create 100 Pieces of (Quality) Content Per Week

    How to Create 100 Pieces of (Quality) Content Per Week

    In this episode of Content Logistics, host Camille Trent engages with Stephen Pope on the intricate dance of high-volume content creation and distribution. Stephen underscores the significance of systematizing content production to handle volume without sacrificing quality. He delves into strategies for organizing, producing, and distributing large quantities of content, emphasizing the importance of a structured approach through tools and technologies.

    They further discuss the challenges of maintaining a consistent and impactful content flow. Stephen shares insights on balancing the creative aspects with logistical necessities, highlighting the role of databases and automation in streamlining processes. The conversation turns to the practicalities of managing content at scale, including the use of metrics and feedback to refine strategies and improve engagement.

    Lastly, the episode touches on the future of content logistics, with Stephen suggesting that adaptability and continuous innovation are key to leveraging high-volume content. He reflects on the evolving landscape of content creation, driven by technological advances and changing audience demands, stressing that successful content strategy is not just about quantity but strategically using volume to build presence and influence.

    • 1 hr 35 min
    Content Ops PT 2: How to Add & Scale New Content Programs as a Solo Marketer

    Content Ops PT 2: How to Add & Scale New Content Programs as a Solo Marketer

    In this episode of Content Logistics, host Camille Trent welcomes Eric Doty, the content lead at Dock, who shares his insights on SEO and content operations. Their conversation kicks off with Camille expressing excitement about having Eric on the show, citing his previous appearance on the Superpath podcast and his expertise in SEO as key reasons for inviting him​​.

    Eric, with his background in SEO and experience as a one-person marketing team for seed-stage startups, discusses the importance of SEO in content strategy. He emphasizes the foundational role of SEO content in the growth and scaling of a company, particularly in the early stages. This approach, driven by both his past experiences and the specific needs of the company, underscores the strategic importance of SEO in building a company's online presence​​.

    Throughout the episode, Eric offers valuable insights into the world of content marketing, highlighting the significance of SEO in establishing a robust digital footprint. This conversation is a must-listen for anyone interested in the intricacies of content strategy and the role of SEO in driving business growth.

    • 1 hr 2 min
    Product-Led Content: How to Create & Use Brand Messaging in Your Content Strategy

    Product-Led Content: How to Create & Use Brand Messaging in Your Content Strategy

    In the latest episode of Content Logistics, host Camille Trent welcomes Qasim Makkani from Adcetera for an insightful conversation on the nuances of marketing and content strategy.

    The discussion opens with an exploration of the fundamentals of marketing communication. Camille and Qasim dive into the importance of understanding your audience and the art of translating complex messaging documents into effective market strategies. 

    As the episode progresses, Qasim shares his perspective on the challenges and intricacies of branding and messaging in both startup and enterprise environments. He emphasizes the need for a solid positioning foundation, elaborating on how it serves as a starting point for all marketing endeavors. 

    The podcast culminates with a focus on the practical aspects of content creation. Camille and Qasim discuss the balance between creativity and constraints in content marketing, exploring how boundaries can foster more focused and effective messaging. 

    This episode of Content Logistics offers a deep dive into the strategic thinking behind successful marketing and content creation, providing valuable insights for professionals navigating these complex fields.

    • 1 hr 1 min
    What NOT to do in your first 30/60/90 days as a new content marketer

    What NOT to do in your first 30/60/90 days as a new content marketer

    In this episode of Content Logistics, host Camille Trent engages with Jess Cook, Head of Content at Lasso, in a deep dive into the first 30, 60, 90 days as a new content leader at a tech startup.

    The conversation kicks off with Jess sharing her journey from a junior copywriter to a creative director, focusing on B2C brands. The duo then explores the importance of understanding the product, the current content landscape, and customer research in the initial month. Jess emphasizes the need to listen, learn, and not rush into writing or creating.

    As the discussion progresses, they delve into the logistics of content onboarding, discussing the need for access to communication tools, CRM systems, and project management tools. They also highlight the significance of understanding the budget, tech stack, and human resources available. Jess concludes with advice for new content hires, encouraging them to ask questions and seek clarifications.

    This episode is a must-listen for anyone stepping into a content leadership role in a tech startup. It offers valuable insights into setting the right pace, asking the right questions, and establishing a solid foundation for success.

    • 51 min
    AI + Content Marketing: How to automate 75%+ of your podcast process

    AI + Content Marketing: How to automate 75%+ of your podcast process

    In this episode of Content Logistics, host Camille Trent dives into a deep discussion with Ramli John from Appcues. They explore the intersection of AI and content marketing, shedding light on how AI can streamline podcast production and save time.

    The conversation takes a turn toward the practical application of AI in everyday life. They discuss the use of AI tools like Miro for ideation and brainstorming and how these tools can automatically branch out ideas, saving time and effort. They also touch upon the use of AI for creating images and videos and how AI can be integrated into social media tools like HubSpot.

    Towards the end, they discuss the importance of content distribution and how AI can aid in repurposing content for different platforms. They also touch on the value of AI in content measurement, highlighting its impact on increasing impressions on platforms like LinkedIn and Twitter. This episode is a must-listen for anyone interested in leveraging AI for content marketing.

    • 49 min
    5 levels of research content for B2B SaaS

    5 levels of research content for B2B SaaS

    In this episode of Content Logistics, Camille Trent dives into the world of research content. She outlines five key strategies to leverage research for content creation.
    Firstly, she discusses the value of Roundup research. It's a level-one strategy but can provide valuable insights and hooks for your product story. Secondly, she explores the classic industry report, emphasizing the importance of mixing quantitative and qualitative data.

    In the third strategy, Camille introduces the concept of community-led research reports. She emphasizes the importance of unbiased data and the role of surveys in gathering this data. The fourth strategy is a twist on the third - replacing surveys with quizzes to gamify the process and increase engagement.

    Finally, she discusses product-led research, using your product data to create compelling content. Camille encourages listeners to share their thoughts on these strategies and their experiences with research content. This episode is a must-listen for anyone looking to enhance their content strategy with research.

    • 37 min

Customer Reviews

5.0 out of 5
2 Ratings

2 Ratings

Top Podcasts In Business

Money Stuff: The Podcast
Bloomberg
In Good Company with Nicolai Tangen
Norges Bank Investment Management
Money Rehab with Nicole Lapin
Money News Network
REAL AF with Andy Frisella
Andy Frisella #100to0
The Ramsey Show
Ramsey Network
Habits and Hustle
Jen Cohen and Habit Nest