Mon, 28 July 2014
In this episode, Joe and Robert discuss Beck's mad content marketing moves, a new content marketing research report from Forrester, and what the real purpose of native advertising is for brands. In addition, the boys discuss content marketing at Aon and a new social media strategy from Jay Baer. This week's #ThisOldMarketing example: Galignani Publishing (our oldest example to date).
Tue, 22 July 2014
This week on #ThisOldMarketing, Robert and Joe discuss the Forbes deal, as well as LinkedIn buying the Bizo platform. In addition, the boys discuss Time's creation of a native ad group, the newspaper crisis, and Ford's former Social head Scott Monty moves to the dark side. Raves come from Weird Al Yankovic and the Gettysburg Museum. This week's TOM example: L'Oreal's Makeup.com.
Mon, 14 July 2014
In this episode of #ThisOldMarketing, Joe and Robert discuss Walmart's big data move and what it means for brands. The boys also discuss research showing that sponsored content may have a trust problem, as well as what an article looks like when a freelance writer goes off. Rants and raves includes Lebron's text-based decision announcement. This week's TOM example: Credit Suisse's magazine from 1895: Bulletin.
Mon, 7 July 2014
In this episode, Joe and Robert discuss content marketing hitting the big time at HBR. After that enjoyable discussion, the boys chat about media agencies getting into the content production business, why email is far from dead, and then a handful of research posts that are readily made fun of. Rants and raves includes a great case study from Newcastle Brown. This week's #ThisOldMarketing example: Southern Poverty Law Center.
Mon, 30 June 2014
In this episode, Joe and Robert discuss CMI's purchase of the Intelligent Content Conference, and then dive deep into P&G's new edict that all marketing titles will change to something different. In addition, the boys discuss Google's change to get rid of Google authorship pictures, as well as some new research on how brands spend money to promote owned content. This week's #ThisOldMarketing example comes from Chango.com.