Joe and Robert talk why publishing anywhere but Medium might be a good thing, PwC’s research on enterprise content marketing and the Guardian’s full monty with native advertising, plus rants and raves on evolution and exhaustion. Continue reading
Joe and Robert discuss meanings this week – implications of the exodus at Twitter for the infamous unicorn, IBM’s acquisition of Ustream, and an article hating on brand marketing. Plus, they do rants, raves, and more. Continue reading
Joe and Robert talk about the two definitions of “peak content” – more content, more traffic or right content, right traffic – how email may be big for content marketers, and what it takes to land a CCO role, plus rants and raves. Continue reading
In our 2016 research, the effectiveness rate for B2B organizations actually went down from the previous year. This is not good. And the worst may be yet to come. Content marketing is about to get weird. We start with the hype cycle.
The boys talk what Twitter’s 10,000-character rumor means to brands, Turner’s television stations’ quest for native advertising dominance, and how native opportunities could fuel content brands, plus rants, raves and example of week. Continue reading
Joe and Robert talk The New York Times big move into native ads and a flood of content marketing predictions. They give a lengthy rant on Basecamp blog, plus the usual rants, raves and example of week (you would even say it glows).
In this Star Wars-themed episode, Joe and Robert talk Pineapple (Airbnb), ad blocking’s impact on business models, Ann Handley’s take on 2016 plus rants and raves on Publicis reorganization and the official Star Wars ice cream. Continue reading
Will 2016 be the year when content marketing becomes the center of the marketing universe or will big changes shake the very foundation of this already-dynamic discipline? Over 40 thought leaders in the industry make their predictions. Continue reading