Gary Vaynerchuk became a video star and disruptive force in the wine industry care of his success with Wine Library TV. But he gave that up and has been busy building his social media marketing agency Vayner Media–taking it from 30 to 250 “young people.” Doing so has meant the continual emptying (and refilling) of […]
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In the old days, editors assigned stories to reporters, then made suggestions for improvement as the copy came in. Today, it’s a bit more complicated. Today, an editor needs to have the capacity to run the presses. Paul Smalera, tech editor at Reuters, warns on Medium that editors need to know some code and possess […]
I have been staring at hundreds of advertising and digital agency websites on my Pinterest directory trying to decode each agency’s objectives and strategies. Frankly, the lack of ad agency website differentiation, especially if you view these websites from a new business perspective, is confounding. Every once an awhile I come across an agency that […]
Marcus Sheridan, a.k.a. The Sales Lion, suggests that blogs are not working to create leads for marketing agencies, or for the clients of marketing agencies. He provides seven solid reasons why, and if your company has a blog or you produce one for a client it’s worth reading the article in its entirety. For me, […]
2012 was an interesting, sometimes challenging, year in AdPulp. We published our 10,000th post and continued to deliver a consistent run down of the most important trends and news in the MarCom space. We heard from new voices, and we worked harder to provide more depth to our stories and thus value to you. As […]