The boys kick off the show announcing NFT marketplace OpenSea's big revenue move in the last few weeks. Is Robert coming around the idea? Joe thinks so.
The Gap's Athleta launches AthletaWell, a content marketing loyalty play in the leisureware space. A good move, but an even better move to capture first-party data.
And digital media adoption overtakes traditional media for the first time, but there is a huge missed opportunity that no one is seeing.
In rants and raves, both Joe and Robert rant about the coverage of the Olympics, while Joe recommends the Olympic coverage from Snoop Dogg.
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01:12 Olympic Games Commercial Teaser
06:25 Tonight’s NFL Game: Dallas Cowboys vs. Pittsburgh Steelers
09:35 COVID-19 Restrictions
11:14 NFT Marketplace OpenSea’s Big Revenue Move
19:48 The Gap’s Athleta Launches AthletaWell
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29:25 Facebook Premiere's 1st Movie; Amazon Becomes One of The World’s Largest Media Distributors
43:35 Digital Media Adoption Overtakes Traditional Media
50:28 Joe and Robert Rant About Olympics Coverage
57:27 Joe Raves About Snoop Dogg and Kevin Heart Olympics Commentary
01:05:09 Weekend Plans
Joe: "Instead of just saying do my ad for me or wear my stuff and we’re going to show a picture of you, no. Let’s tell your story. Let’s have you do a documentary on here. Like when Peloton has celebrities instructors integrate into the platform. It’s just smart.” (22:29)
Joe: “If more people engage with your content and have a positive experience. They will stay longer and buy more.” (22:58)
Robert: "This is building true value in the audience. Not taking advantage of an influencer signing a piece of clothing or a more private shopping experience. It’s actually building in a platform that delivers experiential value. That’s the real goal for any marketer.” (26:22)
Joe: “If you could build an audience over the next two, three, four, or five years, you will get bought out.” (38:45)
Robert: “You are not your target market… Keep the marketplace open so that one or two vendors don’t dominate.” (47:51)