Mon, 23 June 2014
In this week's #ThisOldMarketing podcast, Joe and Robert discuss the top 10 brands on LinkedIn's Content Marketing scorecard. In addition, the boys chat about an IKEA fan site gone wrong, reaching millineals with content marketing, and do we really know if online ads work or not. Joe and Robert rant and rave about CMO-readiness for technology and whether PR is better than content marketing. This week's #ThisOldMarketing example: Albert Heijn's supermarket chain.
Mon, 16 June 2014
In this episode, Joe and Robert discuss whether or not brands will destroy the native advertising opportunity, and whether you can actually program native to audiences. In addition, the boys banter about the Red Bull Media House model, and how many brands will follow their publishing structure. Robert rants and raves about the Dumb Ways to Die franchise, and Joe rants about the closed atmosphere at the US Open. The week's #ThisOldMarketing example: BeingGirl.com from P&G.
Mon, 9 June 2014
In this episode, Joe and Robert discuss the latest findings straight out of Facebook: Organic reach on the platform is now less than 2%. Facebook is becoming a pure play paid platform in many cases. The boys also discuss how much data you actually need for your content marketing strategy. The final news articles provides a cross section of a record month for magazine launches with a shuttering of a dozen tried and true niche magazines. This week's #ThisOldMarketing example: The Fresh Fork Market Almanac.
Mon, 2 June 2014
In this week's episode, Joe and Robert disect the latest report from Mary Meeker on the latest in technology trends. The boys then go deep into what brands are missing from the publishing equation, as well as Conde Nast's "Magna Carta" guide for native advertising. Raves go to Maya Angelou and a Harley Davidson/Marvel comic book series. This week's #ThisOldMarketing example: Martin Guitars.