Mar 282014
Content Marketing Research Numbers

eMarketer pulled together this week some content marketing research and made it available via a new report. The report was sponsored by Contently, which bills itself as “the largest network of freelance professional journalists.” So they’re the brand journalism people, though they don’t use that exact term. Here’s the link to download the report. If […]

Aug 292013
Brand Journalism and Content Marketing

Earlier this week I caught up with an old friend Roger Hughlett. Roger and I have known each other for many years — here’s a story from 2009 about some changes he was driving as assistant managing editor at the Washington Business Journal. A lot has changed since then. Earlier this year Roger made the […]

Mar 082012
Juniper Goes All In With UBM Powered Brand Journalism

(logo courtesy of Over the past few years I’ve written on the growing prominence of brand journalism in the b2b and b2g markets. In brand journalism (sometimes referred to as sponsored content) a company takes on the role of publisher, distributing content relating to their particular area of expertise. This gives them total control […]

Mar 042012

I’ve written previously about content marketing strategies and how they differ from traditional PR efforts. Two big differences are that you totally control the message and you can directly target self-identified audiences via social media channels. Companies in the B2B and B2G markets can often achieve their marketing objectives without going through the media filter. […]

Dec 272011

2011 is almost in the books, and it delivered plenty of good material for Work, Wine and Wheels. I’ve a lot to be thankful for, including an increased number of readers. Here’s a look back at some content that proved popular with them. For Work posts, I tried to discuss important trends in technology communications. […]