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DECEMBER 8, 2011 Adam Tinworth: Journalism in a Period of Continuous Change
Adam Tinworth. If I were asked to name one active blogger that every B2B journalist should follow, I would probably suggest Adam Tinworth. For more than eight years, the British trade press editor has blogged about journalism, social media, and much more on One Man and His Blog.
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B2B MEMES Paul Conley: Has the Content Marketing Dream Become a Nightmare?
| TUESDAY, DECEMBER 6, 2011
Paul Conley. In the trade magazine business, not generally known for early adoption of new-media developments, Paul Conley is something of an anomaly. He is, as he puts it, “hypersensitive to how new technology opens up opportunities in old worlds.” ” He was among the first in the trade press to recognize the significance of social media. MORE >>
WWW.SEARCHENGINEPEOPLE.COM how can content curation boost branding and SEO
| THURSDAY, DECEMBER 8, 2011
About SEP. Services. Careers. Contact. Blog. 7 Common B2B Content Curation Myths & The Bulletproof Answers To Them! Tweet. B2B content curation is not a fad! It's a fact. According to a recent study conducted by MarketingSherpa: 84% of the surveyed B2B buyers indicated that they are very likely to click through industry news and articles from vendor sources. MORE >>
VIZION All I want for Christmas…are links!
| MONDAY, DECEMBER 5, 2011
And to help all the boys and girls out there in SEO land, I am going to give you three link building tips to help secure your spot on Santa’s Nice List. Be relevant, be trustworthy, and be natural. Relevance. When building links, you first concern should be finding relevant web sites. So what does that mean? It’s actually pretty simple: a relevant website has content that is meaningful to the visitor. MORE >>
B2B MEMES Doubling Down on Print, for Better or Worse
| MONDAY, DECEMBER 5, 2011
A nice specimen. Photo by Robert Burdock/Flickr. Over the weekend, New York Times reporter Julie Bosman described how book publishers have begun putting extra effort into making their print products more physically and esthetically engaging. Their rationale, says Bosman, is that if “e-books are about ease and expedience,” then print books should “be about physical beauty and the pleasures of owning.” MORE >>
B2B MEMES What Next? Chop Wood and Carry Water
| SATURDAY, DECEMBER 3, 2011
Yup, just like me. After taking a day off from blogging yesterday—which seemed wrong, so very wrong—I felt the need to make a statement of some kind about my blogging plans. I just wasn’t sure what they were. The feeling reminds me of one of my favorite movie moments, from the end of The Candidate. Having won election to the U. MORE >>
- There Are Two Sides to Every Editorial Wall B2B MEMES | WEDNESDAY, DECEMBER 7, 2011
- B2B Content Marketing Statistics: 2012 Budgets, Benchmarks and Trends [Research Report] WWW.CONTENTMARKETINGINSTITUTE.COM | TUESDAY, DECEMBER 6, 2011
- YouTube Case Study: How Orabrush Got Into Wal-Mart and Top Three Strategies You Should Take Away VIZION | WEDNESDAY, DECEMBER 7, 2011
- All I want for Christmas…are links! VIZION | MONDAY, DECEMBER 5, 2011