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Tag Archives: media
Chumbox Your Users While Taboolaing Your Brand Equity
Avinash Kaushik created a (new to me) term the other day. In his email on Friday, he coined the term Taboolaing to refer to the use of the chumboxes offered by dreadful companies like Taboola to destroy one’s brand equity. … Continue reading
Posted in Branding, Leadership, Marketing, Strategy Tagged email, LTV, media, publishers, revenue, strategy Comments Off on Chumbox Your Users While Taboolaing Your Brand Equity
Killing the Paywall
Tom Goodwin’s recent article, “Why making content on the internet free was our biggest mistake… and how to fix it” is required reading for all marketers in publishing. I’ve felt this way for a long time. Mr. Goodwin only wrote … Continue reading
Posted in digital marketing, Leadership, Marketing, Media, Strategy, Tactics Tagged business model, media, New York Times, paywall, publishing Comments Off on Killing the Paywall
Ads.txt: Cui bono?
Ads.txt is not the answer to solving the widespread problem of fraud in the digital marketing ecosystem, but it’s a small step in the right direction. I was glad to hear that MediaMath announced that it will begin rapidly rolling out … Continue reading
Posted in Data, digital marketing, fraud, Media Tagged ads.txt, adtech, fraud, martech, media, programmatic, technology Comments Off on Ads.txt: Cui bono?
Source Level Triage
Let’s assume you’ve built your marketing whiffletree and have a banding model at the source level that you can analyze every Monday. Of course, you’ll sort your sources from most effective to least and do more of the things that … Continue reading
Posted in Marketing, Media, Philosophy, Tactics Tagged banding, media, triage, whiffletree 2 Comments
“Audiences” Mostly Aren’t
Unlike theatrical audiences, who pay money and make a conscious decision to invest their time in something, the online audience is very different. Mostly, it’s people (well, actually bots) that have kind of stumbled on your site/app/whatever and are desperately … Continue reading
Innovate Creatively or Die, New York Times
I love the New York Times. I learned how to read newspapers in school, with the Times as the teaching vehicle. What I recall learning: It contains “All the News That’s Fit to Print” The Times always gets the facts … Continue reading
Posted in Analysis, Branding, Marketing, Media, Organization, Strategy Tagged advertising, Innovation Report, media, New York, New York Times, newspapers, strategy 4 Comments
Reacting to Mainstream Media Articles
The recent retraction by This American Life of the episode about Foxconn’s iPad factory working conditions demonstrates why my immediate reaction to stories published by the mainstream media is appropriate. Wait. Apple’s slow/no response to the original story turned out … Continue reading
Posted in Communications Tagged apple, communications, media, PR Comments Off on Reacting to Mainstream Media Articles
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