Tag Archives: Content Shock

Journalist – “a blogger wearing pants?” Contributed and branded #content.

Pressure from social media and internet offerings has forced existing news companies to explore hybrid content approaches that many journalists see as a threat to integrity. Two popular “blended” content approaches blur the lines between journalism vs. blogging and journalism vs. advertising:
(1) Contributed Content, and (2) Native Advertising or Branded Content. Continue reading

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The FOUR P’s of #Content Marketing

If you produce amazing content… They will come. Perhaps content marketing should be considered in a traditional marketing framework like the 4 P’s. What are YOUR thoughts about Content Marketing in a “post-Like” world afflicted with “Content Shock”??? Continue reading

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Post-“Like” Social Media Marketing

The market has already shifted to “pay for play.” Content and engagement will continue to be important for social media marketing but promoted posts and ads will be essential for reach. What should a business do now? Continue reading

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Is there value in #Organic #SMM after Facebook closes the “Like Economy”?

Facebook shut down the “Like Economy” in December 2013. Organic SMM is giving way to “pay to play.” Continue reading

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