Feb. 2, 2015

PNR 64: Super Bowl Advertisers Don't Care about Building Audience

Content Marketing with Pulizzi and Rose


In this post Super Bowl episode of #ThisOldMarketing, Joe and Robert discuss research on how almost no Super Bowl advertisers added calls-to-action of any kind to their $4.5 million dollar ads.  SnapChat launched a new content series (which, of course, will disappear after 24 hours) and Conde Nast is paying journalists to create content for brands (as well as work a day job). Rants and raves include an indepth look at what makes a great content marketer from Joe and Robert rants and raves about Nationwide's Super Bowl ad (that everyone hated but Robert).  This week's TOM example: Dell's Corporate Responsibility Report.