I’ve decided to add a new category called “This week’s best reads” just to highlight some of the amazing material I come across on a weekly basis – I promise to keep it all relevant this blog and will not be directing you to some of my usual web haunts (I’ll admit it, I loveContinue reading “This week’s best reads”
Monthly Archives: March 2012
Cognito’s Breakfast Byte: Social media in B2B financial services
Check out my latest Storify on this morning’s breakfast byte focusing on social media in B2B financial services:
Spotlight on Content Marketing: Part II – Social media: The medium shouldn’t be the message, but it is
In Part I of Spotlight on Content Marketing (Content Marketing is not a new concept!) I made the following claim: There is nothing new about the concept of content marketing. There is also nothing new about today’s preferred choice of delivery for content marketing (the web)……but combine that with the power of social media and you’ve got enoughContinue reading “Spotlight on Content Marketing: Part II – Social media: The medium shouldn’t be the message, but it is”
Spotlight on Content Marketing: Part I – Content Marketing is not a new concept!
The world outside *must* feel the need to educate me as there isn’t a day that passes that I don’t receive an email or LinkedIn invite to a course dedicated to content marketing. I try not to be irritated, but when an email or invite comes along that describes content marketing as “the newest trend” orContinue reading “Spotlight on Content Marketing: Part I – Content Marketing is not a new concept!”
Cognito Breakfast Byte: Social Media in B2B Financial Services
The lovely folks over at Cognito have invited me to be a panelist at their next Breakfast Byte on March 28th. I look forward to a great discussion with the audience and my fellow panelists! Dan Marovitz, CEO, buzzumi LinkedIn, Twitter Allan Schoenberg, director, corporate communications, CME Group LinkedIn, Twitter
Attention digital marketers! Google Panda: 10 questions answered
1. What is it? No one (including Google) says it better than Wikipedia who say: Google Panda is a change to the Google’s search results ranking algorithm that was first released in February 2011. The change aimed to lower the rank of “low-quality sites”, and return higher-quality sites near the top of the search results. What I say: An algorithm is aContinue reading “Attention digital marketers! Google Panda: 10 questions answered”
Great Meetup: Adaptive Web Design: Does Size Matter?
Last night I dropped in to the Innovation Warehouse after work to attend @DigitalPondUK’s cleverly named Meetup: Adaptive Web Design: Does Size Matter? Why did I go? What’s a Digital Pond Meetup? “The Digital Pond is a meetup community welcoming all those from a digital discipline wanting to learn more or build networks with others withinContinue reading “Great Meetup: Adaptive Web Design: Does Size Matter?”