This Old Marketing

With Joe on another sabbatical, Robert hosts the amazing Paul Roetzer, the world's foremost expert on marketing and AI content. Robert asks Paul the following:

1. How do you think the development of AI-based search affects brands willingness to make content available to search engines? Will people start putting more of their content behind a gate?

2. From a content and marketing perspective – where are you most BULLISH, and where are you most CONCERNED about the impact AI is likely to have in the short and medium term?

3. I’m going to come back to the question that I asked at MarketingProfs, which is – do you think MarketingAI becomes an OS in the Marketing Department?  In other words you Buy Microsoft AI or Amazon AI and it powers your email analytics, headline writing, copywriting, and first-party data pattern matching… OR… Do you think that suite solutions are more likely to just include whatever flavor of AI they buuild into their applications?

4. What are some of the developments in Marketing Artificial Intelligence that we’re NOT talking about? You posted a very interesting thing on Social Media on the assembly and creation of video (https://research.runwayml.com/gen1)- Talk a bit about this development and what ELSE are we NOT talking about that we should be.

This week's link:

AI Concens at Bing and Google

MAICON - The Marketing AI Conference

Paul's Book - Marketing Artificial Intelligence

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Direct download: 23-02-24-Episode-364.mp3
Category:Content Marketing -- posted at: 4:00am EST

In this episode, Time and Taboola team up (is that Timeboola?) for a new eCommerce experiment. Is eCommerce the new sponsorship for publishers?

The disinformation war is over. Disinformation won.

And AI content is changing the business model for creators and the fight for search. Does this open a real opportunity for those who have audiences? Is AI content just a race to the bottom?

In rants and raves, Joe loves this new research out about reading fiction, while Robert's viral post on the comma goes, well, viral.

This week's links:

Time/Taboola Deal

The Disinformation War Is Over

Content Creators Concerned Over AI Content

Buzzfeed AI and the Death of Content

Reading Fiction Makes You a Better Person

Robert's Comma Post on LinkedIn

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Direct download: 23-02-17-Episode-363.mp3
Category:Content Marketing -- posted at: 2:16pm EST

In this very special episode of This Old Marketing, Joe and Robert break down the good, the bad and the ugly for social media platforms in 2023 and beyond, including Facebook, Instagram, TikTok, LinkedIn, Twitter and more.

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Direct download: 23-02-10-Episode-362.mp3
Category:Content Marketing -- posted at: 4:00am EST

More ChatGPT news this week, as Microsoft works to integrate the AI tool into Bing, while Buzzfeed's stock soars as the company announces their new work process that includes ChatGPT.

It's earnings time, as Spotify and Meta both announce...and bounce. What's Spotify's new podcast plan? Can Meta make a comeback?

And the boys get bullish on LinkedIn, as their newsletter plan jumps 10x in the past year.

Rants and raves includes MrBeast and streaming competition.

This week's story links:

Super Bowl Ad Preview

MSFT Integrates AI into Bing

Buzzfeed Announces ChatGPT Play

Spotify's Earnings

Meta's Stock Soars

LinkedIn's Big Newsletter Play

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Direct download: 23-02-03-Episode-361.mp3
Category:Content Marketing -- posted at: 4:00am EST

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