A 10-judge panel convened again this year to identify the top 100 leading companies in the digital content industry for EContent 100. Again this year, artificial intelligence played an important role and once more MarketMuse is included in this list.
MarketMuse’s patented software uses A.I. to generate content outlines and recommendations based on content that’s already ranking, allowing marketers to efficiently create content that reliably performs in search.
Smart marketers continue to make data-based decisions regarding the content they create, with the help of A.I. The continued presence of artificial intelligence companies on the EContent 100 list proof that AI is here to stay.
“Once again, we’re honoured to be among luminaries such as Apple, Google and IBM on the EContent 100. Each day our team strives to improve our A.I to augment marketers everywhere in creating better content,” said Aki Balogh, Co-Founder of MarketMuse.
Panel judges included Bree Brouwer, professional writer and marketer; Theresa Cramer, editor of EContent magazine, the author of Inside Content Marketing; Troy Dreier, editor of OnlineVideo.net and senior associate editor of Streaming Media; Apoorv Durga, analyst at Real Story Group; Bruno Herrmann, director of globalization and localization at Nielsen; Kashyap Kompella, founder and CEO of RPA2AI; Ron Miller, enterprise reporter at TechCrunch; Brandi Scardilli, editor of NewsBreaks and Information Today; Steve Smith, digital publishing reporter and editorial director of events at MediaPost; Val Swisher is CEO of Content Rules.
“Congratulations to this year’s EContent 100 winners! We have a great group of companies that have helped build the foundation for content on the web, as well as emerging stars on the cutting edge, showing us all what’s possible,” said Theresa Cramer, Editor of EContent magazine.
With the release of MarketMuse Suite, entire content teams can benefit from A.I. and machine learning to give them the edge they need. If better ranking is a priority business, see how our outlines and recommendations can help you dominate search results.
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