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Journalism Is Not Content Marketing

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Real journalist (and, yes, I knew many back then) were doing the work of the community. They were spending hours at the public courthouse or at local community meetings, and asking the very smart, tough and better-informed questions that the rest of society wasn't bothered with.

Stories From Smaller Nonprofits ~ Bags of Hope Project

Diva Marketing Blog

This important community initiative brings internet safety presentations to schools, neighborhood groups and other community organizations. For many folks who know me through my company, Daybook Network and Atlanta Daybook, they are sometimes surprised at my interest in this area.

Stories From Smaller Nonprofits ~ Bags of Hope Project

Diva Marketing Blog

This important community initiative brings internet safety presentations to schools, neighborhood groups and other community organizations. For many folks who know me through my company, Daybook Network and Atlanta Daybook, they are sometimes surprised at my interest in this area.

The Silent Rise of LinkedIn to 500M Members: What Marketers Need to Know for 2018 [SSM069]

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billion at the end of 2016 in one of the largest social media deals in history. A quick look at LinkedIn’s journey to 500 million members: 2003 (0 members): Launch. 2016 (400M members): Microsoft acquires LinkedIn for $26.2B.

Social media and the rise of fantasy sports

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Fantasy sports have played a huge role in shaping fans’ communities and conversations on social platforms. million in 2003. So in early 2003, we’ve got over 15 million people playing fantasy sports online. Social media makes fantasy sports a global, connected community. Fantasy draft companies. A few companies start popping up where online players can join, and play a variety of games, with people all over the world. Sporting goods companies.

Content Marketing 2018 - The Next Chapter

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This is Joe's last year at the helm of this business (he sold the business to UBM in June 2016), and it's a bittersweet moment for me. for this community. The Six Pixels of Separation content strategy that Mirum has been nurturing and developing since 2003 has been challenged more than ever before. So, what happens when your company posts a brilliant article to the corporate blog? What is the future of the content marketing industry?