This Old Marketing

In acquisition news, Mailchimp could be sold to financial services company Intuit for $10 billion. What does this mean for the future of marketing and finance?

The New York Times did a story on Li Jin (from creator economy and passion economy fame). What happens when the audience gains equity access with the content creator?

And...Spotify has started to remove their podcasts from other players while Amazon seeks to dominate digital radio.

In rants and raves, Robert comments about CMO terms and Joe raves about the Savannah Bananas.

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Direct download: 21-09-02-Episode-287.mp3
Category:Content Marketing -- posted at: 4:00am EST

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