In this week’s episode, Robert and I discuss two recent developments that clearly illustrate why you should not build your content house on rented land: LinkedIn has placed limits on your ability to download contact information about your connections, and Google Plus as a social network is no more. Next, we dissect a new report from AOL that claims to be focused on content marketing, but really isn’t. In a strange parallel, Moz publishes a report that says it’s focused on inbound marketing – but its real impact is much broader than that. Rants and raves include an excellent McKinsey report that explains how digital marketing operations can transform business and a pair of TV media talent moves that ought to get marketers thinking about similar opportunities. We wrap up the show with a #ThisOldMarketing example of the week from Flight Centre.Continue Reading
A lightbulb moment can set you on a new course or change the direction of your path. Whether a seemingly obvious observation or an innovative insight, it reveals something that you never realized in a particular context.
In the rapidly evolving world of content marketing, these aha moments can come from almost anyplace. We asked the presenters for Content Marketing World 2015 to share their favorite content marketing revelations from the past year. While their answers cover everything from the simple to the complex, each has the potential to turn on a switch in your mind or make you nod in agreement.Continue Reading