From WordPress on website-based publishers to teens reading fake news: content marketing trends

From WordPress on website-based publishers to teens reading fake news: content marketing trends

WordPress: there’ll always be a place for website-based publishers In an age where social media/publisher apps like Facebook, Twitter and Medium seem to be taking over, what’s happening to website-based publishers? Are they becoming obsolete? WordPress doesn’t think so… Cameron Albert-Deitch asked the main website-based publishers this question: “We live in a world where cell phones…

From content discovery to Vice’s new venture – content marketing trends

From content discovery to Vice’s new venture – content marketing trends

Content discovery no longer relies on Google 21% of millennials no longer use desktop computers to search the web. What we took to be the zenith of 20th century technology and prime orchestrator of content discovery is already moving towards obsolescence. The desktop-to-mobile shift has fundamentally altered the typical content discovery journey Users can re-arrange…

From hub and spoke content to the growth of Medium – content marketing trends

From hub and spoke content to the growth of Medium – content marketing trends

Call me Dave’s unintentional guide to hub and spoke content You may have missed it, but some unscrupulous plebs have accused Prime Minister David Cameron of being miserly with his moula when it comes to HMRC. So, to really hammer home his generous streak to those naysaying ne’er-do-wells, he’s provided us with just about the…

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