Is it possible that stopping social media content production could help, not hurt, your business? Lush gives it a try. Plus Marriott NFTs and a big announcement.
A very special Thanksgiving episode where Joe and Robert answer seven earth-shattering questions, including what content marketing trends are on the horizon, and content creation pet peeves.
Crazy news week. The former President launches a social network inside a SPAC, and rumors swirl around PayPal buying Pinterest. Plus, a new martech report tells all.
If you read the headlines, you might think that the creator economy is failing. That couldn't be further from the truth.
Oh yes...Joe and Robert have a number of conspiracy theories that may be but are most likely not true about our favorite company we love to hate...Facebook.
This week, McKinsey launches a content marketing effort for kids? Wait, what? Plus, Joe and Robert break down SI's new gambling site. Good decision?
Intuit's $12 billion dollar purchase of Mailchimp is all about audience acquisition. And the boys talk more about NFTs...so much more.
At almost the same time AT&T announced that their WarnerMedia buy was a mistake, Amazon seems close to picking off MGM Studios. Why is everyone except telecom companies figuring this out?
Marketing automation company Hubspot launches a new podcast network, while Joe and Robert fight some more about Clubhouse and NFTs.
After a bit of practice, online casino DraftKings has created a content marketing juggernaut. That, plus NFTs, Clubhouse and more.
ROKU goes big with marketing services while MEL magazine puts itself up for sale. But can a custom magazine do that? And then there's Yahoo Plus.
Big news this week, with tech player Hubspot buying SMB newsletter the Hustle...plus...big rants.
We just had a quarter of content asset acquisitions in a week, including the likes of Travel + Leisure, The Penny Hoarder, Marque and more. Have we hit our peak or is there still room for opportunity?
Joe and Robert bring out the crystal balls to discuss the future of in-person events, the growth of martech, who will be acquired next year, and will the Browns make the playoffs.