What Horrible Things Did Time Magazine Do in 1964?

Adam Sherk

Home About Contact PR Publishing SEO Social Media Subscribe Adam Sherk What Horrible Things Did Time Magazine Do in 1964? by Adam Sherk on September 22, 2010 Was Time magazine “scurrilous and utterly shameless in its willingness to distort” in 1964?

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Reboot: Marketing With Inc. Magazine

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WARNING: Self-promotional blog post ahead. Magazine with the launch of my twice-monthly column, Reboot: Marketing. The column will focus on how technology and marketing is working harder than ever to make businesses better (and what entrepreneurs need to know to capitalize on it!). Magazine''s final version gets published. The version on this blog will also include all of my regular slew of links, tags, etc. Magazine? let''s Reboot: Marketing.

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Can Breastfeeding Save Time Magazine?

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When was the last time you discussed Time Magazine around the dinner table? It all started when one friend leaned into the table and spoke (in an almost embarrassed whisper), "Did any of you see the cover of Time Magazine ? The real question is this: why did Time Magazine run with that cover story? The answer to that question comes in the first line of this blog post: seriously, when was the last time you talked about Time Magazine? magazine publishing.

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31DBBB Day 24 Challenge: Use a Magazine to Improve Your Blog

ProBlogger

A very easy and enjoyable task for you today : read a magazine! Old media has the potential to help you improve your “new media” blog in any number of ways from marketing ideas to design ideas, to content ideas and more. Originally at: Blog Tips at ProBlogger.

How we read online. - By Michael Agger - Slate Magazine

Buzz Marketing for Technology

No Blogs, Though Nielsen may be ruthless about brevity, but he doesnt advocate blogging. If you want to beat the Internet , youre not going to do it by blogging (since even OK thinkers occasionally write a great blog post) but by offering a comprehensive take on a subject (thus saving the reader time from searching many sites) and supplying original thinking (offering trusted insight that cannot be easily duplicated by the nonexpert).

Newspapers, Magazines, and the Apple iPad

The Way of the Web

Figures from conferences I’ve attended , Paidcontent , New York Observer , Venturebeat ) All very impressive…but… 1) Friend and former magazine colleague Dave Cushman makes a point which quite a few other people have also discussed – is this an illusion of a long term future for publishers ?

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Blogging Upstream

Waxing UnLyrical

Tootzypop , the lifestyle blog I founded for savvy women over 40 , is no exception. In women’s online media, the formula is one part fashion and beauty, one part yoga and fitness, one part recipe swap, a ginormous dose of mommy blogging; mix and cover with a thick frosting of e-shopping.

Build your Brand to Write for Magazines

ProBlogger

This article is the first of a three-part series on how to build your brand through your blog and get paid for your creative output and expertise. While early blogging models focused on monetization of the actual blog, this series of posts focuses on how to use your blog to monetize you. After all, your blog can be the best form of advertising—a place to showcase your writing skills and expertise so that you can make money from them. Know the market.

12 Blogging Lessons I Learned From Maxim Magazine

ProBlogger

This guest post is by Tom Treanor of Right Mix Marketing. Maxim magazine. With its revealing covers, dependence on taboo topics, and issues jam-packed with girls, booze, and cars, you’d think researching Maxim magazine would lead to a wasteland for any type of valuable lessons. Turns out you can learn a lot of lessons that can be applied directly to blogging. Key questions: Who is your blog’s target audience? On the cover and within the magazine.

11 Content Marketing Tools To Promote Your Blog

SocialFish

Here’s one by Adam Nowlin, that originally appeared on his blog here , and is reposted with permission for you. —————— Effectively promoting content is often the most challenging variable in the content marketing craze.

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Automated Creativity Is Inevitable (And A Good Idea) - Strategy Magazine Column

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You can't throw a marketing professional down a flight of stairs these days without the words "artificial intelligence" tumbling out of their mouth. We've seen a slew of announcements about just how much artificial intelligence is going to be used to replace all of us protein-based, left-and-right-brain-evolved monkeys in marketing today. The above posting is my new/regular column for Strategy Magazine. business blog. content marketing. digital marketing.

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Automated Creativity Is Inevitable (And A Good Idea) - Strategy Magazine Column

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You can't throw a marketing professional down a flight of stairs these days without the words "artificial intelligence" tumbling out of their mouth. We've seen a slew of announcements about just how much artificial intelligence is going to be used to replace all of us protein-based, left-and-right-brain-evolved monkeys in marketing today. The above posting is my new/regular column for Strategy Magazine. business blog. content marketing. digital marketing.

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8 Steps to Success with Manufacturing Marketing

Oktopost

This is the main reason that brands and marketers spend huge sums of money on digital promotion. Now, as a B2B marketer , you might be quick to point out that, sure, a lot has changed. However, that is not the only reason manufacturing brands should adopt digital marketing.

This Blog Is Dead

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Blogging (as we knew it) is dead. Not even all that ago and think about the early days of blogging. It''s obvious why the popularity of blogs took hold. Newspapers could use blogging as a farm team for their printed publications. They could allow journalists not getting enough ink on paper to explore their ideas on a blog. They could test different types of stories and writers to see if there was a market for their writing, and more. blog comment.

Understanding the Differences Between Traditional and Digital Marketing

The Realtime Report

Understanding the Differences Between Traditional and Digital Marketing. This included TV, radio, billboards, flyers, direct mail, magazines, newspapers, and promotional events. More marketers are starting to favor it over traditional marketing. Cost of Marketing.

Journalism Is Not Content Marketing

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After writing for magazines and newspapers, I started publishing a few of them. Blogging (back in 2003) was the perfect extension for me to continue to publish my words. Asking a journalist to become a content marketer is like asking a police officer to babysit your dog. .

The Blog Turns 20 This Year

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Yesterday, The Guardian posted an article titled, The blog turns 20: a conversation with three internet pioneers. This blog, has been around for eleven years. I can''t thank you enough for being here, and I can''t tell you how grateful I am that blogging was invented. blogging.

The Changing State Of Blogs

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Are blogs dead? and I on to his podcast to discuss this whole, "is blogging dead?" What is a blog? In the early days of blogging (I started Six Pixels of Separation in 2003), I defined blogs as a personal publishing platform that enabled anyone to write something, hit the publish button, and instantly have it distributed to the world for free (and fast). At the time, many new types of blogs started down the same path. I'm not sure what a blog is anymore.

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25+ Phenomenal Resources to Help You Market Your Blog Better

Writtent Blog

If you truly want to become a successful blogger, you need to nail the marketing part, and not just the content. Go through these 25+ resources that teach you how to market your blog better and the next thing you know you’ll be commanding a six-figure monthly audience. They blog.

Bring Back The Corporate Blog

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Blogs don''t have a chance against Twitter , YouTube and Instagram. Don''t blame blogs for this, but let''s be honest: if given the opportunity the vast majority of consumers would rather read a quick 140 character tweet, watch a video or glance at a photo than dig down deep into a text-heavy reading-intensive form of communication. Don''t forget about the blogs. Some key point to consider: 46% of consumers say they read the blogs of their favorite brands. magazine.

Understanding the Differences Between Traditional and Digital Marketing

The Realtime Report

Understanding the Differences Between Traditional and Digital Marketing. This included TV, radio, billboards, flyers, direct mail, magazines, newspapers, and promotional events. More marketers are starting to favor it over traditional marketing. Cost of Marketing.

Give Your Content Marketing a Human Face

Waxing UnLyrical

Content marketing does much more for your brand than just aid your marketing. Effective content marketing shapes your brand by giving it a face to know, like, and trust. Content marketing and becoming human. It’s not just marketing. Guest Post by Jeremy Miller.

104 Fascinating Social Media and Marketing Statistics for 2014 (and 2015)

Webbiquity SMM

Looking at marketing surveys and studies from the past year, a few trends are clear, among them that buyers are firmly (and increasingly) in control of the purchase cycle. What do marketers rate as the single most valuable SEO tactic? 9 General Marketing Stats. 7 Blogging Stats.

Watching Me Blog

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Blogs are one of the most valuable marketing tools ever created. I started blogging in September 2003, and since then I have written almost three thousand posts. I'm proud of this blog mostly because it serves two personal Gods for me: my love of writing and my love of sharing. The morning of the conference, we had breakfast and our conversation sparked a blog post (this one: Where Do Ideas Come From? ). To my surprise, Chris blogged about me blogging (how meta!)

3 Reasons List Posts Are Guaranteed Blog Traffic Boosters

Firebelly

And what if the headline had been “Boost your Blog Traffic” instead? What if the original title of this post had been “Boost Your Blog Traffic”? And I’ve seen blog posts and magazine articles that are just about that jumbled. Admit it.

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#measurePR Recaps: March-May 2018

Waxing UnLyrical

By attending webinars, reading blogs & staying up on best practices, youll be armed w/ info you need #measurepr. Because organic reach is continuing to dwindle, paid advertising is becoming an integral part of #nonprofit marketing.

Top 10 Content Marketing Tools for Serious Marketers

Kikolani

As recently as decade ago, “content marketing” was an unknown term to the average marketing executive. Today, virtually no company, large or small, can deny the importance of content marketing or the need for a strong web presence. digital marketing skills.

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44 Blogging Questions and Answers

Kikolani

I would have to say that it was the fastest and hardest I’ve typed within one hour, but it was a great experience where I got to really learn a lot about what blogging questions people have today. Social Media Examiner’s Live Blogging Q&A. Blogging During the Holidays.

7 Deadly Blog Writing Sins

Techipedia: Tamar Weinberg

Social Media Consultant and Tech Geek at Heart Home About Press Consulting Contact Sitemap Home > Blogging , Marketing > 7 Deadly Blog Writing Sins 7 Deadly Blog Writing Sins by Tamar Weinberg on July 15, 2010 Share This is a guest post by Frank Lee.

Was Eleven Years Of Relentless Blogging Worth It?

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I started blogging eleven years ago yesterday. I could not believe that I didn''t need a magazine editor, a newspaper editor or anyone else to give me permission to communicate with an audience. When blogging first became something (it later become "a thing," but it just started out as something), I could feel the cloud parts and the fresh air enter my lungs. As a marketing professional, I used blogging as a gateway to share my ideas. blogging.

7 Instagram Influencer Marketing Tips for the Holiday Season

Later

Looking for influencer marketing tips for the holiday season? The holidays are just around the corner, which means it’s high time to start planning your Instagram influencer marketing campaign! . By incorporating influencer marketing into your strategy!

B2B Marketers Are Humans, Too

Convince & Convert

In their haste to produce marketing messages that demonstrate the value of their products and services, many companies default to the text-heavy, jargon-loaded, spec-focused content they relied on in the analog days. Visual Marketing Magic.

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The Benefits of Offline Marketing

Kikolani

It seems everyone’s obsessed with online marketing, from the growth of search engine marketing and Google controlling the majority of searches in the US to social media marketing with Facebook and Twitter being the hottest topics at the moment. Blog Marketing

The End Of Blogging?

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The other week, I celebrated 12 years of blogging (not a typo). I have posted anywhere from four to seven items a week, over on my Six Pixels of Separation blog , every week. To know me, is to know that I am still deeply passionate about my blog, writing and the digital publishing experience. For years, we've been seeing the "conversation" shift from the comments section on blogs to places like Facebook, Twitter , Snapchat , YouTube and beyond. my blog)?

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19 Ideas That Will Inspire a Years Worth of Blog Post Topics

Rebekah Radice

Ever sit at the computer, fingers on the keyboard, ready to write the next blog post, but have no idea what to write about? If you’ve struggled to come up with blog post topics, there’s a lot of ways to brainstorm. Ideas for list posts: A list of 100 blog topics.

Breaking Through a Marketing Plateau

Justin Levy

Has your marketing program become stale? This could be because you’ve reached a marketing plateau. This concept is preached in fitness magazines every month yet we don’t consider this for our marketing campaigns. Fitness Marketing Social Media fitness

What Does Eight Years Of Blogging Get You?

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Eight years ago on this day in 2003, I started Blogging. Here's some basic info about what has transpired in eight years here at the Six Pixels of Separation Blog: over 2700 Blog entries, over 20,000 comments and over 270 audio Podcasts. The only question that continually popped into my brain was: was all of this Blogging worth it? Starting this Blog was (and still is) without the question the single most important thing I have done in my professional life.

5 Smart Marketing Strategies for Niche Businesses

Convince & Convert

As marketers, we usually prefer popular brands or companies (such as those in the food, digital, or retail sector) whenever we handle advertising campaigns. Just like these companies, you need to think outside the box in order to maximize the efforts of your niche marketing project.

Best Business Blogging Guides and Tips of 2010

Webbiquity SMM

How can you improve your blog’s position in search engines? Discover the answers to all of these questions and more here in the final selection of the best guides and tips for business blogging from the past year. Blogging Guides, Tips and Techniques. What’s Up, Blog?

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SMS Marketing: a Grossly Underrated Marketing Tactic

Kikolani

Text message or SMS marketing delivers insanely higher ROIs and ridiculously higher sales than any other digital or conventional media. Take a moment to let these figures sink in: Papa John’s SMS marketing campaign boosted sales by 33% and generated an ROI above 500%.

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Find All Of The LMA Conference Blog Posts Right Here

Myrland Marketing

I just got back from the Legal Marketing Association (LMA) Annual Conference, and see the blog posts and summaries beginning to show up here and there. In an effort to bring them together, I am “flipping” them into one of my magazines on Flipboard.

22 Noteworthy Content Marketing Guides and Tips

Webbiquity SMM

Content marketing is a hot topic. According to Google Trends , searches for “content marketing” have increased 150% in the past two years. 90% of companies now use content marketing , and collectively they will spent $135 million on digital marketing content this year.

Slimy Sales And Marketing Tactics

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People don't hate being marketed to. People hate marketers who lie about the benefits and value. It sounds simple enough, but it's so rarely practiced that we wind up giving sales, marketing and advertising a bad rap. You don't have to buy them anything, but think about someone you could introduce them to or uncover a piece of content (a Blog post, Podcast, article, whatever) that they have not yet seen and send it to them with an introductory note (keep it short and sweet).