We discuss Google's olive branch to publishers, Amazon's new blitz on the ad game, and Blue Apron's podcasting push. Our rants and raves feature Lloyds Bank and Amazon; then we wrap up with an example of the week on The Points Guy.
Wouldn't it be great if you could turn your brand into a content powerhouse of the future – today? You can. Start with adapting to and adopting these five trends now before the audience leaves your brand behind.
We explore Advertising Week, a battle between Google and Amazon, and Twitter's time-wasting 280 character test. Rants and raves include Time's new membership model; then we share an example of the week on Chagrin Falls Film Festival.
We discuss Google's purchase of HTC, the ad talent crisis, and how the Mayo Clinic dominated Alexa's voice search results. Our rants and raves include predictive analytics, then we share an example of the week that's full of Fluff.
Almost two-thirds of B2B marketers say they’re more successful with their content marketing than a year ago. That’s just one of the findings in the newly released research, B2B Content Marketing 2018: Benchmarks, Budgets, and Trends—North America.
We discuss advertiser anger over Apple's new browser settings and the end of an era for Rolling Stone. Rants and raves include the fall of bundled TV and the Ohio Lottery; then we close with an example of the week on a Fearless Girl.
Some 2018 trends will be familiar to those who read Joe Pulizzi’s 2017 trends post. But he also sees recent interesting events leading to the evolution of the practice of content marketing. How many are on your radar?
This Week in Content Marketing: Special 200th Anniversary Episode + Content Marketing World 2017 Wrap-Up
We relive some of our favorite PNR moments, share highlights from CMWorld 2017, and review the latest CMO trend findings. Our rants and raves include Equifax and M&As; then we close with an example of the week on the Rock Island Line.
We discuss the possibility of Google buying Marketo and Trade Desk's fight against ad fraud. Our rants and raves feature two music content innovators; then we close with an unlikely source of content inspiration: Warsaw, Indiana.
We discuss possible signs of an ad industry slump, Google's ad fraud mea culpa, and AI at The Washington Post. Australia and U-Haul feature in our rants and raves, then we close the show with an entrepreneurial example of the week.
We explore Apple's big investment in streaming content, a Facebook ad biz failure, and the shifting business model for publishers. Our rants and raves include Zillow and HBR, then we close with an example of the week from the AAHA.
We explore Facebook's new Watch, Netflix's content buying spree, and Google's ongoing interest in Snap. We also discuss Quartz's branded content results, share a rave about Time Inc., then close with an example of the week on JWT.