On Your Marks...
The CMA International Content Marketing Awards 2014 is the biggest night in the content marketing calendar, with agencies from across the world offering up their greatest work from the past 12 months for judgement by some of the biggest names in marketing. Read more »
Posted by: David Ladds, Bladonmore
My inner playboy liked to think that this afforded me the freedom to stay out all night and sleep somewhere other than my own bed. By donning a fresh shirt in the morning, I could breeze through the next day without anyone noticing my misdeeds. Read more »
Posted by: Mark Rosselli, CPL
I'm going to stick my neck out and predict that magazines are going to emerge as one of the clear victors of the digital publishing revolution. This may seem odd, as the archetypal magazine is made of squashed trees, but bear with me... Read more »
Posted by: Dan Fielder, Sticky Content
Some classic warning symptoms, based on personal experience...
1. Despite already being long overdue, the only bits of the new website that are ready are the Mission Statement and the biographies of the Board of Directors - complete with expensive mugshots. Read more »
Posted by: Julia Hutchison, CMA
Julia Hutchison bids farewell as she sails into the content sunset
November will be a sad month for me. Despite the International Content Marketing Summit promising to be one of the best events of the marketing year, despite the International Content Marketing Awards seeing a huge increase of entrants, and despite the confidence levels of the content marketing industry being at an all-time high, it will remain sad as it marks the end of my time with the CMA. Read more »3Comments