This topic has been on my mind lately. It can really be summed up in the “old school” vs “new school” debate. I know it’s not that simple, but bear with me. The No. 1 question my team has received as we prepare to launch Junta42 is about marketing. How are you going to market?...
Scott Carp suggests that the only true business model on the web is distribution. Custom publishing can no longer afford to be (or be perceived as) second-rate content. The time for marketers (and responsibility) is now!
Callaway Golf TV, launched about a month ago, is a content marketing site that works. Using video straight from the pros, it's like customer testimonials on steroids. Take a look.
An interview with Marcus Grimm, a marketing executive with NXTbook Media, offers some interesting applications for marketers and publishers to consider. Take a look at Grimm's view of the evolving digital publishing landscape.
An article on living in "Bigdealville," points out that banner ads won't cut it if the advertiser really wants to engage the user. Custom integration is key to any online program. Here are a couple takeaways.
Some thoughts on Cisco's recently launched microsite on the human network concept. Site is professional and easy to navigate. Here are other pros and cons.
An informal survey of colleagues in the media/marketing industries shows the term "content marketing" growing in use. We'll keep checking back to see if the trend continues.
Consumers are smarter than ever, and are only going to consume valuable content. It's an evolution for custom publishing, but we need to get beyond the negativity.
Knowing your customers’ wants and needs gives you the opportunity to create not only a sexy marketing campaign, but one that actually changes behavior. Use these 8 proactive steps to make value-based content marketing a reality for your organization.
Many publishers are dismissing the importance and impact of content marketing. Today's publishers need to offer custom publishing marketing services for their customers -- or face watching this large revenue stream go elsewhere.
Marketers of small, medium and large corporations are the content providers of the future. Make content your focus as you plan your next B2B marketing strategy.
As a marketer, creating a vertical search community or forum can be a dicey activity at best. Here are some considerations for marketers and publishers to keep in mind.