Good year for branded content at Cannes. Not only did it get its own category (sign of legitimacy?)–Dumb Ways to Die, one of the best examples of it in years took five lions.
a trip to Walt Disney World should be a legit biz expense for creative communications/content types…because they do what everyone wants to do better than anyone does. http://www.huffingtonpost.com/amanda-feinberg/content-marketing-disney_b_3563404.html
Love the infographic, but I wish there were more cities in the list…and I’d really like to see one of these for Canadian cities as well. Also, check out the tips — I’ve used each and every one of them and they work.
If this much focus is ever put on content marketing and communicating with clients — just imagine the job market for writers and other creative talents. It boogles the mind!
Love this infographic from Joe Pulizzi and the Content Marketing Institute depicting that content marketing isn’t new at all. But we do seem to be in the Golden Age.
If you have even a passing interesting in content marketing, you’ll gain a great deal from Chief Content Officer. The latest issue is out. It’s info to make you a better content creator. Or a better content client.http://contentmarketinginstitute.com/chief-content-officer/
Which makes advertising fun again. You remember fun, don’t you?