Why advanced freelancers shouldn’t use bidding websites to get work. And employers shouldn’t either. medium.com/workroll/why-advanced-freelancers-shouldnt-use-bidding-websites-like-upwork-freelancer-com-8c04c2a7d9dd
Four Strategies to survive automated writing and content bots
— Read on www.businessesgrow.com/2016/07/04/automated-writing/amp/
Beware of the bot-speak.
The stereotype that B2B visual content marketing tends to be stale and uninspired presents an opportunity to differentiate your brand from the pack.
— Read on www.skyword.com/contentstandard/marketing/3-b2b-tech-brands-with-stand-out-visual-content-marketing/
Visuals drive these #BrandStorytelling companies. Great examples.
Mnuchin acknowledged that antitrust matters don’t fall under his jurisdiction, but said someone ought to be looking.
— Read on www.cnbc.com/2018/05/21/steve-mnuchin-officials-should-take-a-serious-look-at-tech-monopolies.html
Too much power?
The 2018 Upfronts: After the Pitch – Ad Age
— Read on adage.com/videos/2018-upfronts-after-the-pitch/1514
Proposed show lineups for Fall TV. They’re called Upfronts and shown to advertisers. Google marketing‘s take this year.
The Media Research Institute found widespread left-wing bias by Google, Facebook, Twitter and YouTube.
— Read on www.lifesitenews.com/news/new-report-shows-troubling-social-media-censorship-of-conservative-views
New report shows ‘troubling’ social media #censorship of #conservative views. @Twitter @Google @Facebook @YouTube
Facebook’s big threat isn’t Cambridge Analytica, it’s advertisers questioning ROI – Digiday
— Read on digiday.com/marketing/facebooks-big-threat-isnt-cambridge-analytica-advertisers-questioning-roi/
As I pour more $ into boosting Facebook posts (Facebook Ads) I’m getting huge increases in eyeballs but not necessarily more sales.
About 85% of Netflix’s new content spending is for original TV shows, films and other productions, chief content officer Ted Sarandos said.
— Read on variety.com/2018/digital/news/netflix-original-spending-85-percent-1202809623/
Maybe that’s why I can’t find what we want on Netflix! Moving to others more and more. You?
The company embroiled in a privacy row has “direct connections” to all major US wireless carriers, including AT&T, Verizon, T-Mobile, and Sprint — and Canadian cell networks, too.
— Read on www.zdnet.com/article/us-cell-carriers-selling-access-to-real-time-location-data/
Quit selling me and my hood!