What Horrible Things Did Time Magazine Do in 1964?

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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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Top Magazines on Google+ Have Larger Fan Base But Less Engagement Than On Facebook

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The Digital IQ Index®: Magazines report released in June by think tank L2 is a study that ranks magazine brands in 11 categories according to their “competence” in adapting to “the increasingly digital landscape.”

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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? They need to sell magazines.

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Online Politics Magazine Coming: Guess Its Name?

Ari Herzog

Mike Shields of Media Week suggests the site may be hosted at MSNBC and be designed similar to Wonderwall and Glo , existing collaborations between the two companies. Wonderwall features a horizontal scroll, mimicking a traditional magazine.

Fast Company Pulls a Fast One

Janet Fouts

Fast Company has been a darling of the geek set since it first launched. The magazine is full of the coolest gadgets, the hippest companies and really good information and the website is a vibrant community. Like Fast Company’s reputation.

4 Top Facebook Mistakes by Companies in 2012

Atom Thought

Treat Facebook to push Press Releases: More often than not companies push their press releases intended for newspapers and magazines on Facebook. Companies need to realize that their real job begins after getting the likes on Facebook.

Media companies and losing talent

The Way of the Web

And related to that was Neil Perkin, with a typically insightful post asking ‘Why big companies get rid of talented people?’ To quote: Despite talking a good game, many large organisations remain relatively poor at moving talent around the company.

5 Companies That Made Us Smile On World Emoji Day

Convince & Convert

On July 17 th , companies small and large came together to celebrate what’s become a mainstay in our digital communications: the emoji. According to New York Magazine , 74 percent of the people in the United States confirmed using emojis in messaging apps.

The 50 Most Innovative Companies

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Some of the best ideas (be it for clients of Twist Image or words you read in this Blog) come from reading, learning and hearing about new and innovative companies. " Over the past decade-and-a-half, I've become ever-more fascinated by how similar the success of a band is to that of a company. The most innovative companies do things differently. The 50 most innovative companies. fast company. innovative company. magazine.

Change or Die | Fast Company

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Fast Company. Connect with Fast Company. The companys top executives had invited the most farsighted thinkers they knew from around the world to come together in New York and propose solutions to some really big problems. CEOs are supposedly the prime change agents for their companies, but theyre often as resistant to change as anyone -- and as prone to backsliding. Energy Efficient Servers See how HP Energy Efficient Servers can help your company save energy.

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

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Companies like Tronc (formerly Tribune Publishing) will be using artificial intelligence to ramp up video production from a few hundred to two thousand videos a day. The above posting is my new/regular column for Strategy Magazine. I cross-post it here with all the links and tags for your reading pleasure, but you can check out the original version online here: Strategy Magazine - Automated creativity is inevitable (and a good idea). strategy magazine.

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

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Companies like Tronc (formerly Tribune Publishing) will be using artificial intelligence to ramp up video production from a few hundred to two thousand videos a day. The above posting is my new/regular column for Strategy Magazine. I cross-post it here with all the links and tags for your reading pleasure, but you can check out the original version online here: Strategy Magazine - Automated creativity is inevitable (and a good idea). strategy magazine.

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The 5 Reasons Most Companies Aren’t Measuring Social Media

Convince & Convert

We accept as truth Arbitron (and Nielsen) radio rankings, the number of cars that drive by a billboard, and the notion that somehow people read every page of a newspaper or magazine (and pass it along to 2.5 What is measurable differs from company to company. We hate math.

Event: Australian Institute of Company Directors AICD social media

Laurel Papworth

I’m heading over to New Zealand from 12th to 15th May 2010 to participate in social media forum at the Australian Institute of Company Directors Annual Conference. By the way, my article in the AICD magazine.

Is Amazon The Creepiest Company In The World?

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Sure, Amazon Prime is wrapped up with "free" content (movies, TV shows, books, magazines, etc.), It is constantly changing, upgrading, testing and learning, and while everything won't be as sweet for them as that bag full of your favourite chocolate mini bars on this scariest of scary days, it's hard not to see just how creepy the company can be. Today we celebrate ghosts, ghouls, goblins, witches, monsters and. Amazon? Happy Halloween!

Uber Is A Magical Company. Is It Worth Over Two Billion Dollars?

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It''s a company that is explicitly tied to the collaborative economy and one of the emerging companies that many people are looking to as the future of business. Travis Kalanick , the CEO of Uber, speaks at Fortune Magazine ''s 2013 Brainstorm Tech conference.

How 16 Companies are Dominating the World’s Google Search Results

Viper Chill

Instead, that seemingly endless variety is actually controlled by just a handful of companies. More specifically I’ll reveal how just 16 core companies are dominating the most popular industries online and how that situation is going to get a whole lot worse.

Anyone with a New Idea is a Crank Until the Idea Succeeds

Webbiquity SMM

Since its introduction, the concept has been embraced by tools vendors and covered in publications like iMedia Connection , Search Engine Watch , Business2Community and Social Media Today , and Website Magazine.

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Top Social Media Campaigns in 2013

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Nails Magazine’s Pinterest Campaign Doubles Referrals From Social Sites : Nails Magazine saw the potential in Pinterest as a visual marketing tool and went about building their presence on the site in just the right way. What were the best social media campaigns in 2013?

The Importance of Content, Authenticity, and Credibility


For digital media and publishing companies, content is their business. Magazines create must-read articles just… Read More.

Content Aggregation: The Future of (B2B and Consumer) Media?

Webbiquity SMM

Weekly news magazines are declining, newspapers are shriveling, and industry trade magazines are downsizing. While the use of such technologies is limited only by the imagination, there are three types of entities that could clearly benefit from content aggregation tools: large brands/companies, online publishers and PR firms. pitching bloggers social media informer Social Media Today Tony Karrer trade magazines “Traditional&# media is struggling.

Thoughts on UK magazine ABC figures…

The Way of the Web

The thing is, the ABCs feel a bit odd this year, with the period-on-period and year-on-year increases feeling a bit hollow considering magazine sales grew 0.3% magazine, which dropped 20.2% Free magazine Shortlist grew, as did Stuff, BBC Focus, Men’s Fitness, Esquire and Front.

Embrace The Shift Away From Stuff - Strategy Magazine Column

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Perhaps the best question marketers can ask themselves when facing a future free of stuff is this: If you had to quit your current company and build a startup in the same vertical, how would you build it? The above posting is my new/regular column for Strategy Magazine. I cross-post it here with all the links and tags for your reading pleasure, but you can check out the original version online here: Strategy Magazine - Embrace the shift away from stuff. strategy magazine.

Media Budget Ratio: How much should B2B companies spend on Media?

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But thanks to B2B Magazine – they have compiled a list of the Top 100 B2B advertisers and how much they are spending on each. I took the B2B Magazine report and pulled out some data points. How much should you spend each year on media? In business publications, online, radio, even TV?

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The Top 20 Health and Fitness Social Networks

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One of my clients, a very large sports drink company, has indirectly nudged me into taking a look at the state of what I drink, and ea, on a daily basis. This site from Fitness Magazine might be the coolest.

The Importance of Company Personas in Social Media

Jeff Esposito

Company personas – a phrase that holds much controversy and confusion definitely has an impact on your purchasing decisions. All three kinds of personas, if used wisely, offer opportunities for the company to strengthen their brand. How do their buying decisions relate to your company?

Everything Is Mobile, And The World According To Vice

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I used to do some writing for them (back when I was, primarily, a writer about music and culture), and back when Vice was a very edgy national magazine. Their success is evident by their massive global appeal, as they have become one of the truest multi-media companies in the world.

How To Create A Know-It-All Company - CIO.com - Business Technology Leadership

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Are you involved in setting the direction for your companys IT budget or strategy? Apply today for a FREE subscription to CIO Magazine! How To Create A Know-It-All Company. Heres how some companies convinced individuals to share best practices. To drive KM at Russell Reynolds, the company circulates a document every afternoon throughout its 32 offices worldwide that shows all outstanding proposals and projects. How To Create A Know-It-All Company.

Simply Brilliant With William C. Taylor - This Week's Six Pixels Of Separation Podcast

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For me, I happened stumble upon a magical magazine in the early days called, Fast Company. That magazine got my engines going. Many also don't realize that Taylor's other claim to fame, includes being the co-founder of Fast Company. fast company. magazine. Episode #535 of Six Pixels of Separation - The Mirum Podcast is now live and ready for you to listen to. Time sometimes forgets the name of those that we should never forget.

Start a Magazine that Complements Your Blog … in 5 Steps


That the Internet laid waste to the magazine rack at the airport. You blog, eBay, search for Thai food recommendations and interact online, but you will always read magazines. If you have ever entertained the idea of publishing your own magazine, it is not as difficult as most suggest, and can be done for a small initial investment. Maybe you want to start a magazine that compliments your online business. Diversity is the glue that holds media companies together.

What really ended EMAP’s golden days?

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There’s an interesting article on the Huffington Post UK site by former EMAP Director Colin Morrison, in which he asks Who Killed Britain’s Best Media Company , and goes on to discuss the inner workings of the leadership of the company at the time, before it was split into a consumer business which was sold to Bauer, and a B2B business which continues the EMAP brand joint-owned by Apax and Guardian Media Group.

Six Links Worthy Of Your Attention #422

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I love magazines. Sure, I pay for content (and subscribe to a lot of magazines and newspapers), but it's all digital now. I miss that feeling of a fresh and new magazine. just not that interesting) , but the magazine is a thing of beauty. The company shuns social media.

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7 Powerful Reasons Why Companies Will Pay for You to Blog


Bloggers worldwide are proving to be fierce competition for mainstream media, as companies decide how to get the best return on investment for their marketing buck. If you have the following seven things, then your blog and social media networks will be highly valuable digital assets, sought after by major companies. If companies are already paying big bucks to advertise to your audience on TV, radio, magazines and newspapers, then you’re in a profitable niche.

The Conflict Of Media. And Digital Media

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In a simplistic way, my train of thought is this: while many agencies and companies are doing their best to transform into being more (or fully) digital, this is the kind of work that Mirum has been doing for the brands that we work with for over fifteen years. After that, he purchased the magazine, The New Republic. His Silicon Valley approach to the traditional magazine/publishing legacy created a well-documented friction with some of the best journalists in America.

On Drones And Weaponizing Lego

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Ceefax and the end of a technology era

The Way of the Web

Assembled from volunteers either already working in the media or hoping to break into it, the DM online magazine was produced entirely online via a private forum, and was available as a PDF download which managed to reach tens of thousands of people each issue.

Journalism Is Not Content Marketing

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After writing for magazines and newspapers, I started publishing a few of them. Between 1989 (when I started getting paid to write) and 2016 (today) a lot has happened to the newspaper and magazine industry. magazine. I'm a rare breed.

The Blog Turns 20 This Year

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To say that this is nothing new, is to acknowledge just how slow companies can be to adapt, and how adverse to change many people can be. magazine. Can you believe it? I had to re-read the headline a couple of times as well.

Fortune 100 Need to Get More Creative with Twitter

Adam Sherk

Home About Contact PR Publishing SEO Social Media Subscribe Adam Sherk Fortune 100 Need to Get More Creative with Twitter by Adam Sherk on November 17, 2009 While many companies now have some form of presence on Twitter, how well are they utilizing it?

Bring Back The Corporate Blog

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40% prefer to read content directly from a company blog rather than a news magazine or website. 52% prefer to go directly to the company website for content about the brand, vs. 25% going to social media and 22% to third-party articles. " As exciting as Facebook and Twitter may be, these influencers prefer real content directly from a company blog over a news magazine or website. Time to reboot your company blog? company blog. magazine.

The Pride And Prejudice Of Shopify

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Going further back in time, I was still in my teens and I wanted to publish my own music magazine. It wanted help so bad, that I went to a local magazine store and scoured the mastheads of magazines for hours just looking for someone's name and phone number. After countless attempts, a publisher at a magazine that focused on cottage living spent some time breaking the business down for me. The fewer products and services that a company had to sell, the better.

Sharing, Celebrating And Selling Your Favorite Authors

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Yes, I love the power of connecting to content on blogs, Facebook , Twitter , magazines ( Fast Company , Wired , etc.), fast company. magazine. There is nothing that inspires me more than a great book. online publications ( Quartz , Lost At E Minor , PSFK , etc.), but if I could only choose one media, it would be books. I rarely read fiction. It''s non-fiction for me.

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The Price Of Personalization

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I was invited to speak at Vogue magazine''s leadership conference in New York City the other week. One thing is certain about that magazine: people buy it for the ads as much as they''re buying it for the content. Personally, I look forward to the monthly editions of Wired and Fast Company in paper format, to not only enjoy the content, but the ads that are a part of it. fast company. magazine. media company. vogue magazine.

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