Tuesday, June 1, 2010

Guy Kawasaki's Alltop Launches Content Marketing Category Based on Junta42's Top 42 Blogs List

Guy Kawasaki's Alltop Launches Content Marketing Category Based on Junta42's Top 42 Blogs List

Junta42 and Alltop have partnered to create a content marketing-specific category via the Alltop platform. The list contains some of the most prominent content marketing thought leaders in North America, and will be maintained by Junta42, presented and promoted by Alltop.

Cleveland, OH (PRWEB) October 24, 2008

Go to Google and search for "content marketing" and you'll get more than 200,000 hits. Sure, you'll find helpful information, but you're unlikely to uncover hidden gems or unexpected content marketing resources that might be most useful to you. Now "digital magazine rack" Alltop. com and content marketing resource Junta42.com are joining forces to make it easier for everyone to find the best content marketing resources on the Web. Aggregating content from Junta42's Top 42 list of blogs, Alltop's content marketing category features the most renowned thought leaders in the content marketing industry.

"Since the site launched, Alltop's had the ability to cut through the noise and clutter to introduce people to valuable information in a very simple way," said Joe Pulizzi, Founder and Chief Content Officer of Junta42. "The idea started with Alltop Founder Guy Kawasaki on social media site Twitter, and a new category was born."

"Clearly there was a need to display content marketing in one easy to use site," stated Kawasaki. "We've been thrilled with the adoption of this new Alltop, and we hope we can drive significant traffic to the Junta42 blogs."

The new content marketing category is available at http://contentmarketing. alltop. com/ (http://contentmarketing. alltop. com/), and all sources are pulled from Junta42's Top 42 Blogs list (http://www. junta42.com/top_42_content_marketing_blogs/), which is judged by a team of custom-content experts and updated quarterly. The list includes some of the best-known marketing blogs, as well as lesser-known ones that are just beginning to stake their claim to marketing authority, making it the indispensable guide to the most informative, entertaining and unconventional perspectives in the content marketing industry.

For more information on content marketing visit www. junta42.com, and visit www. alltop. com to explore all of Alltop's more than 200 categories.

About Junta42:
Junta42 (http://www. junta42.com) is the leading media site dedicated to everything content marketing and custom publishing. The site is dedicated to marketing, association and agency professionals who want to attract customers through valuable and relevant content creation and distribution. Junta42 also offers Junta42 Match (http://www. junta42.com/match) the only buyer/seller matching site for the custom publishing & content marketing industry. The service is qualified directory of custom content providers, and gives marketing, association and agency professionals the ability to match their project - a custom magazine, newsletter, content Web site, video series, etc. - to the exact qualifications of a custom publisher or content provider. Matching services are conducted online, allowing for ease and anonymity. The service is free for marketers. Content providers are offered monthly and annual subscriptions, as well as a free trial. Junta42 is a division of Z Squared Media, LLC.

About Alltop:
Alltop (http://www. alltop. com) is an 'online magazine rack' that displays the news from the top publications and blogs. The goal is to satisfy the information needs of the 99% of Internet users who will never use an RSS feed reader or create a custom home page. Think of it as aggregation without the aggravation. Alltop currently serves as a guide to the most recent news items in autos, careers, celebrities, design, fashion, food, gadgets, gaming, environment, health, Macintosh, moms, music, news, nonprofit, politics, Linux, science, social media, sports, venture capital, and Windows - in addition to egos, oddities, Twitter and more.