Brian Fuller's blog on the media, marketing and content creation

National Enquirer Schools Mainstream Media; Film at 11

In times as weird as these, it’s perhaps not surprising that one publication doing real journalism is — gasp — the National Enquirer. Ok, maybe its former editor in chief, David Perel, is a bit defensive this morning, but his point is well taken. Perel writes about his publication’s tireless efforts to break former presidential […]

Dear Trade Press Editors: Get with the Program

This is an open letter to members of my favorite guild, the trade press. Ladies and gentlemen: Please get with the program. It’s 2010 and it’s time to morph your tremendous skills into the modern age, where social media is keenly important to your medium. This is not just about creating a Twitter feed and […]

In search of the blogging voice

Loring Wirbel (Icono-Curmudgeon-Clast) has a characteristically insightful post today that speaks to social media and the role of the blogger’s voice. It references My New Year’s Blogging Resolution about changing frequency and length of posts. He uses it as a lever to talk about the larger issue of self-marketing SEO. In a word, he argues, […]

Marketing old-school

Summary: In building marketing and communications campaigns, great companies don’t throw the baby out with the bathwater. The great thing about immersing yourself in social media is that it’s a fantastic, real-time, global source for information especially pertaining to using social media for marketing purposes. The bad thing is it functions as an echo chamber. […]

Has the advertising free-fall slowed?

Don’t break out the Champagne just yet, but signs are emerging that perhaps the advertising collapse for newspapers and magazines is slowing and leveling off. Still, publications have a long way to go to get with the program. The Wall Street Journal reported this week: A year-end flurry of ad spending helped moderate steep declines […]

My New Year’s Blogging Resolution

It’s simple: Suck less. A lot of things happened in 2009, but one of the most important to me was I switched blogging platforms for Greeley’s Ghost from Blogger to WordPress. (Tip of the cap to Dean Rodgers, Portland, Ore., PR pro and author of the Koifish blog who tipped the balance for me on […]

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