Well known author and blogger, Doc Searls quoted us yesterday in a piece about how branding is dead. We are flattered and honored. Doc points to the fourth chapter of The Cluetrain Manifesto and asks rhetorically, “Sound familiar?” The title of the chapter is “Markets Are Conversations,” and without a doubt much of what we’re […]
Corporate blogs are proliferating, according to the founder of Technorati. There are significant numbers of individual bloggers at Microsoft and Sun Microsystems, but their blogs are personal, not official. For a closer look at how a blog fits into a firm’s marketing strategy, take a look at Stonyfield Farms, a New Hampshire-based organic dairy with […]
“Most copywriters are uninspired hacks with only a small bag of smartass tricks separating themselves and oblivion. Very few of them bring any seriously original thinking to their client�s problems. And very few clients ask copywriters for serious thinking as a result. They ask other people instead.” -Hugh Macleod of Gaping Void Hugh’s words are […]
In Green Bay, Wisconsin a city known for takes downs, comes Dana VanDen Heuvel, a marketing consultant who has put together a great look at what traditional P.R. offers versus blogs. It’s a game-winning open field tackle for the blogs.
Blogs are being discussed just about everywhere in mainstream media today. CNBC and other news programs have even begun to feature bloggers like Ana Marie Cox, a.k.a. Wonkette, as talking heads. Now wiki is having its day in the sun. Business Week and Red Herring recently ran articles on this open source publishing technology. While […]
The future just arrived. Welcome to it. AdAge editor, Scott Donaton writing today about how consumers now hold all the cards, not marketers, said, “Make no mistake, it’s nothing short of a revolution. Those who don’t embrace it — and resistance to change remains disappointingly strong — will be crushed by it.” Scott Donaton, editor […]