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Assaf Dudai
Assaf Dudai 19 October 2016

The Content Journey: an Illustrated Guide

Unique collaboration... 14 incredible Dribbble designers... 52 original illustrations... how to make the most of every piece of content you create... the content journey never looked more appealing... !

If you're a content marketeer, you've taken this journey many times before, from creation to conversion; and back?

So many sharp turns and road blocks along the way: you need to startegize pre-writing, segment your audience, need to write - which is a daunting task all to itself - and after that's done you are merely begining with the mighty task of getting eyeballs to your content, extending content shelf life... the list goes on and on.

Wouldn't it be nice to take the content journey, for once, from the passenger seat? This is your chance.

We've teamed up with 14 increadibly talented Dribbble designers from all around the globe and asked them to illustrate the journey around our content. The result is the freshest piece of content, about content.

So without further ado, here it is:

The Content Journey: illustrated by Dribbble designers from around the globe from BrightInfo

Tobi Adono
Tobi Adono

This is an incredibly relevant content. I have gained a whole lot from the nuggets explained therein. More so, the awesomely graphical way through which the ideas were crafted made it so appealing and such an easy read - tangible qualities of great contents. Cheers.

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