Build a content engine that drives revenue

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.

Check out the latest episodes

August 25, 2021
Product-led content can be an essential part of your marketing strategy if you’re looking to build trustworthy and long-term relationships with your clients. And it’s the best way to present your product without coming off like a sales pitch. However, if you want to create high-quality product-led content, you’ll not only need a top-notch writer, you’ll also need someone who knows your product. In this episode of Content Logistics, Fio Dossetto, the Editorial Lead at Wildbit, joins our host, Camille Trent, to discuss the secrets behind crafting product-led content. Fio starts by giving a pretty interesting explanation about what product-led content is and how it can benefit businesses.
July 28, 2021
Google Docs and Microsoft Office might offer some of the most popular agenda templates out there, but they’re basic and not suitable for specific industries. And Hypercontext saw an opportunity to capitalize on this gap. The company decided to develop specific agenda templates and created an entire library for marketers, engineers, and sales teams. In this episode, Camille Trent chats with Hiba Amin, the Senior Marketing Manager at Hypercontext. Hiba discusses the benefits of producing a series of popular templates tailored to first-time managers, engineers, and sales teams. According to her, the Hypercontext agenda template library succeeded because the company had a clear goal in mind – the end-user. Hiba further discusses how marketers should listen to their customers and consider their input when creating content and ultimately improving the core product.
July 14, 2021
What is influencer marketing all about? How can you build quality relationships with influencers? And is B2B influencer marketing the same as B2C? If you’ve asked yourself any of these questions before, prepare yourself to finally get some of those answers from Jay Desai. Jay is the Founder of Swpely, a tool for saving, curating, and sharing modern content on the internet. He decided to build Swpely as a new, better solution that makes it easier to save the best ideas online as well as make ideas more actionable. Jay has a rich background in B2B marketing, content, growth, and influencer marketing. According to Jay, to be an influencer, you don’t need to have a million followers. You just need to have an influence over your existing followers. On the other hand, brands should aim to collaborate with influencers that are, above all, great content creators and that know how to communicate effectively. If you want to learn more about how to implement successful influencer collaborations, tune in to this episode of the Content Logistics podcast.
June 23, 2021
“Everything’s content,” says Justin Simon, the Global SEO and Content Lead at TechSmith. Justin and host Camille Trent discuss the differences between creating content and repurposing older content. Justin explains how most content teams are under constant pressure with trying to “reinvent the wheel” and are directed towards new content initiatives. But the truth is, there’s so much space for improving the old pieces already out in the world. As Oscar Wild once said, “You can’t be overdressed or overeducated.” It’s the same with the audience. The audience is an ever-growing category, so there’s no danger of over distributing your content.

Meet the host

Camille Trent

Camille Trent is the Head of Content at Dooly. She’s a pretty even split of Phoebe and Monica — creative type who gets a little too competitive on the racquetball court. If you’re into fancy bullets, here are a few:
  • Copywriter and brand strategist with experience working in-house, freelance, and at an agency.
  • Specialties: website copywriting, social media content
  • Chill unless watching my Portland Trail Blazers blow another lead, then all bets are off. Dame Lillard for prez.
Bonus: She can also put together a decent ad layout if the designers are out (Adobe Creative Suite skillz)