The Timeline of Key Events in Content Marketing and SEO

With content marketing, marketeers have a unique opportunity to reach out to people interested in specific niches. But, it is not as simple as that.

Source:  The Birth of Content Marketing 

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Don’t Let Your Content Marketing Get Trapped in the Trough of Disillusionment | Marketing Insider Group

Content marketing has been gaining traction for more than half a decade now. Most brands have at least dipped their toe in to the content marketing pool; others have embraced it fully and are enjoying great success. And then there’s everyone in between, some having a measure of success, and some struggling. And some getting […]

Source: Don’t Let Your Content Marketing Get Trapped in the Trough of Disillusionment | Marketing Insider Group

Cancer Spread Tracked From A Single Cell In A Live Animal | IFLScience

Cancer scientists have long faced a conundrum: as the disease starts, there’s usually a group of cells sharing a mutation that makes them prone to forming cancer, yet only a few do so. So what’s so special, or different, about these cells? Scientists have just taken a step toward understanding this phenomenon, having for the first time watched cancer develop and spread from a single cell inside a live animal.

Source: Cancer Spread Tracked From A Single Cell In A Live Animal | IFLScience

Antidepressants Double Risk Of Suicide And Aggression In Young People, Study Finds | IFLScience

We’ve been using them since the ‘50s, yet we are still unravelling the effects of antidepressants. The entire basis for their use – that depression results from a chemical imbalance in the brain – is disputed, and while their consumption has skyrocketed in recent decades, there is little evidence to show that they are much better than a placebo. To add to this, a new study has highlighted the link between these drugs and serious harms.

Source: Antidepressants Double Risk Of Suicide And Aggression In Young People, Study Finds | IFLScience