Category Archives: Newspaper business

Why are so many B2B media blogs anonymous?

To be honest, occasionally it has been a pretty lonely existence being a blogger. Of course there is instant gratification when you can get to know and collaborate rub with Peter Kim, a leading social media marketer, or Jay Rosen, the … Continue reading

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Can B2B magazine brands survive?

lThe impact of digital on national and local papers dominates. The fate of B2B media has been all but ignored. So you can imagine my delight, after a week offline, to discover a real debate. Well “delight” might be the wrong … Continue reading

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A list of bloggers who focus on B2B media

You can meet everyone in the blogosphere: leading social media marketers such as Jeremiah Owyang; top journalism teachers such as Jay Rosen and creative programmers such as Yongfook. But try and find a decent group of bloggers posting about Business-to-Business media and you … Continue reading

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Ogilvy & Mather’s Shelly Lazarus: how to make money on social networks

Great interview with Shelley Lazarus, chief executive of Ogilvy & Mather, in today’s Media Guardian where she suggests how we will make money on social networks. The issue there is, ‘Yes, it’s a big, big thing, but how do you advertise … Continue reading

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Tina Brown launches long awaited “The Daily Beast”

PaidContent reveals Tina Brown’s answer to the Huffington Post:- By now, anyone who’s been paying attention knows that Tina Brown’s online project with Barry Diller’s backing is called The Daily Beast after the paper in Evelyn Waugh’s Scoop. Brown’s high-profile … Continue reading

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Which UK newspaper is most blog-friendly?

I posted up a “wordle”or tag cloud of all speeches given by the UK’s political leaders at their national conventions over the last three weeks – US readers might be used to wordles but they are unknown in the UK … Continue reading

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When will B2B magazines become fully immersed in the issues confronting the rest of the media?

What evidence is there that the structural changes bringing about rapid change to US media is mirrored in the UK? And where do B2B magazines figure in this revolution? Are they, in some way, immune? The changes evident in the … Continue reading

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