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As I noted earlier this week, Shel Holtz and Neville Hobson had a lengthy discussion about “brand journalism” and “brand sponsored content” during a recent episode of the For Immediate Release podcast (FIR #678). Shel and Neville discussed some issues … Continue reading →
… is to declare that all content is now advertising — or even better: to turn the reading experience into a guessing game about whether any particular piece is an advertisement or not. So I herewith declare that there is … Continue reading → Continue reading
I have been playing around with this idea — anti-content — for a couple of weeks now. I get upset when people say content is important, when in fact it really isn’t important at all. What is important is: listening… … Continue reading → Continue reading
Could it be that the preference for content (over context) is because people prefer to be considered objective (rather than subjective)?
My friend Darlene Charneco today — with just a couple words — got me thinking about why people seem to prefer the idea of content (i.e. “contained information”) rather than contextualization (roughly speaking: something like “saying something to help put … Continue reading → Continue reading
This seems like a quite simple idea for a KILLER app! What I am thinking of is that people could sign up for a stream of banner-like images (not really advertising per se — so nothing involving brands or brand … Continue reading →
Adam Curry on TWiT about ad inventory, the NoAgenda podcast and his own personal brand — including the remark: I really get value from coming on “This Week in Tech”… — 80% of our initial audience came from this show. … Continue reading → Continue reading
I was just thinking about something related (which I’ll get to in a moment), and then this song started playing in my mp3 player: “Better Without You” by Anne Haigis. Go ahead — “search” for it! I bet you won’t … Continue reading → Continue reading
John Battelle just wrote a fascinating blog post — roughly about the economics of online magazine publications… and so here I am adverting your attention to it. He assumes: you are going to both charge a sub fee, and include … Continue reading →