Reignition9 hosts content curation webinar for toy companies

Participants will receive a list of curation sites to help them find content from more than 300,000 articles, blogs, news feeds and social media
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Reignition9, the toy and licensing industry marketing consultancy, is inviting toy marketers and brand managers to a webinar to discuss the benefits of content curation.

The webinar aims to inform toy and brand companies about the nature of content curation and its potential influence on the business to business arena.

Those interested can join the firm's senior marketing strategist, Sal Georgiou, and vice president, Andrew Detweiler, on December 5th for the live discussion, titled 'How Toy Companies Can Get More Qualified Leads and Build a Brand with Content Curation'.

The pair will discus practices for content creation, how to find relevant content for your target audience and the proper method to curate content.

Participants will also receive a list of curation sites to help them find content from more than 300,000 articles, blogs, news feeds and social media.

Sal Georgiou, marketing strategist for Reignition9, said: "We invite toy marketers and brand managers to join us for a 40 minute webinar and discover how to take their social campaigns and social selling skills to the next level.

"Content curation is a powerful free content process that should be utilised with any type of company."


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