The social media platforms, and marketers, are prioritizing short-form and live video. We’ll offer some ideas to help your organization tap into the trend. Also this month, the lack of a career path in content marketing. Plus, what could you do with nine people assigned to your Instagram account? We also have a listener question about how to handle being called 'the social media intern.' Arik defends his stance on the decline of grammar. Plus, get the details on a Minneapolis Hanson & Hunt listener meet-up, and more.
***MINNEAPOLIS LISTENER MEET-UP***
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Intro: Minneapolis Hanson & Hunt listener meet-up
Talking Point: Short-form social video
Spotlight: A 9-person Instagram team at The Washington Post
Quick News & Quick Takes: Content marketing careers
Quick News & Quick Takes: Blogger survey
Quick News & Quick Takes: The state of digital marketing budgets
Q&A: How to end the 'social media intern' joke
Closing: Should we give up on grammar?
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