May 2nd. 2018. Mintent Software Corp. today announced that is making available a free subscription of its SAAS solution, allowing marketers the ability to immediately start using its world class Content Marketing Platform. Read more.
March 16. 2018. Mintent has been named a top Information and Communications Technology (ICT) company as part of the Rocket Builders “Ready to Rocket” business recognition program. Read more.
August 2. 2017. Jeff Julian, a renowned content marketing strategist, sat down with our CEO, Matt Dion to discuss the topic of marketing workflow and how Mintent can help your team perform better. Read more.
April 21, 2017. Mintent is proud to announce that it has been included in the Gartner March 2017 Market Guide for Content Marketing Platforms (CMP). The latest guide defines the content marketing platform ecosystem and identifies companies that provide scalable, modern content marketing. Read more.
April 16, 2017. Says Heinz Marketing: We’ve been looking internally for a solution to help organize our expanding content marketing efforts, and Mintent may very well be our answer. Read more.
April 6, 2017. CMSWire.com is a popular web magazine focusing on Customer Experience Management, Digital Marketing, Social Business and Enterprise Information Management. Mintent and our CEO was recently featured regarding our name change and why we did it. Read more.
March 20, 2017. Today, Marketing.AI announced a company name change to Mintent to reflect the content marketing automation platform’s strength in strategy and planning. “Mintent comes from blending the two words marketing and intention. We think of Mintent as a verb meaning to market with intent,” explained Mintent CEO Matt Dion. “Content strategy is such a big part of marketing, now, and our platform really helps people to build a solid content plan aligned with key messages, buyer personas and the customer buying cycle.” Read more.
February 9, 2017. When analyst group Forrester asked marketers if their content is valuable for their customer, they usually answer “yes.” But when actual customers are asked, they answer that the content is “useless.”So not only are we killing ourselves to produce more content, we are also delusional about the impact it is having. What should content marketers do? Mintent CEO Matt Dion shares his thoughts on the Huffington Post. Read more.