How to Avoid Embarrassing Content Marketing Mishaps & Mistakes

It happens… you open your inbox (or see the tweet on Twitter)…

“Didn’t you notice that statistic is from 2008?”

“You spelled the company (or person) name wrong…”

“Hey, I think your link is broken…”

Avoid those embarrassing content marketing mishaps and more by creating a review checklist for yourself.  Start with the infographic below and add or remove items that make sense for you.  Then review it before you hit that “Publish” button.

Infographic Source: ContentMarketingInstitute.com

If you find checklists helpful, you just might like these, too:

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5 Comments

  1. Hello Michelle,

    Great tips over here :)

    Sometimes we are in so hurry that we skip some mistakes which can cause us some serious embarrassment. We go for
    checking the big errors and neglect the little ones which tend to damage more apart from the big ones.

    These info graphics you brought for us is of so much help.

    Thanks for the share.

    Shantanu.
    Shantanu Sinha recently posted… Multiple Critical Security Vulnerabilities | Exploits Meltdown and Spectre – Emergency Security updatesMy Profile

    1. You’re welcome, Shantanu, thanks for reading and commenting.
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  2. Thanks for the tips. Yes, it’s true because we tend to hurry too much we never knew that there is some point that we miss or make a mistake, that can cause us a serious embarrassment. and it is not healthy! Thanks for sharing
    Mike Marko recently posted… OH TIME DIVINEMy Profile

    1. It does help to slow down just for a moment and proofread before hitting “publish” :)
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  3. I’m really happy to say it was an interesting post to read. I learned new information from your article, you are doing a great job.

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