David Meerman Scott recently shared a smart insight: the marketing 100 is now the marketing 10,000. From one hundred things a year to ten thousand. Marketing has fundamentally shifted.
There is a strange trend I’ve noticed recently: some authors and media removing the dates from their posts. As an active participant on the social web since the 90s, this not only bothers me, it is two-steps backwards.
I was reading an AdWeek link sent to me by a friend sharing IAB’s ad tech organization chart. I think not only is it a poor layout (ad tech vendors on the outside looking in) but the visualization itself is a a pretty terrible example of visual communication.
Timeshifting is the new default for how we consume content of all varieties. I’ve been thinking about how this has become standard in my own media habits. I can’t remember the last time – save for a few livestreamed tech industry events & the debates – I viewed media…