We discuss a rumor about Apple buying Disney, and explore whether Netflix has a new billion-dollar business model on its hands. Our rants and raves include a content studio critique; and we close with an example of the week from Mint.
We do a deep dive into the Pepsi video fiasco and explore the only content business model that matters. Our rants and raves include advertising blinders; then we close the show with an example of the week from Farmer-Stockman.
Too many B2B enterprise marketers create content focused on their brand, not their audience. That’s one of the key findings in our new research report, B2B Enterprise Content Marketing 2017: Benchmarks, Budgets, and Trends—North America.
We recap Intelligent Content Conference 2017, discuss a Netflix-driven trend, and explore the link between content marketing, strategy, and engineering. We wrap up the show with an example of the week from The Blues Kitchen.
We discuss A&E's new publisher-driven business model, and share thoughts on how Medium and Twitter can monetize their audiences. We shake things up in our rants and raves, then wrap up the show with an example of the week from Red Hat.
We dissect new stats on the state of native advertising and explore some optimistic CMO research. We also share rants and raves on creative energy and siloed measurement standards, and take on March Madness in our example of the week.