February 19, 2018

What Good Is Content If Nobody Is Reading It?

Every website needs good quality content. After all, you don’t just want people arriving at your web pages. You want them to stick around for a while, get to know you, trust you, and find their way to the checkout! Writing content for your website might become one of the biggest components of your digital marketing strategy. The trouble is, it … [Read more...]

What Makes A Successful Content Marketing Strategy?

Content marketing is, for all intensive purposes, the backbone of SEO. Did you know that for this reason, over 85% of marketers have a strategy in place for their content marketing? Regardless of the type of business that you run, be it a small startup, a blog, or a larger corporation, content marketing should be a priority. Creating a content … [Read more...]

YouTube API will allow video games to more easily stream in-game content

What's YouTube doing at the annual Game Developers Conference in San Francisco? Talking about integration with video games, obviously. More specifically, the company is hoping to expand an idea we first noticed in Call of Duty: Black Ops 2, whereby users could easily stream in-game content to YouTube. Clearly, the company worked in concert with … [Read more...]

Microsoft talks plans for premium content production, details Xbox 360’s transition to an ‘entertainment console’

Yusuf Mehdi, senior vice president of Microsoft's Interactive Entertainment Business, just sat down alongside Nancy Tellem, Corporate Vice President at Microsoft LA Studios, to kick off this year's rendition of D:Dive Into Media here in Dana Point, Calif. The first session of the evening is being piloted by AllThingsD's Peter Kafka, and naturally, … [Read more...]

Hearst president David Carey: Apple taught people ‘how to buy digital content’

David Carey, president of Hearst Magazines, sat down with AllThingsD's Peter Kafka to kick off Day 2 of D:Dive Into Media here in Dana Point, California, with the interview centering on Carey's take on how digital magazines are working out in a world that seems less and less intrigued by physical books. Carey confirmed that 40 percent of its total … [Read more...]

Ted Sarandos, Mitch Hurwitz and Will Arnett wax poetic about creating content for the internet

Look, Will Arnett is hilarious. His gravely tones are also just as romantic in person as they are on television. And he took the stage here at D:Dive Into Media 2013 alongside Mitch Hurwitz (creator of Arrested Development) and Ted Sarandos (Chief Content Officer & VP of Content at Netflix) in order to talk about the changing world of original … [Read more...]

Seagate’s $200 Wireless Plus 1TB hard drive streams content everywhere, includes 10-hour battery

A (very) early slip through the FCC's database uncovered Seagate's Wireless Plus drive several months ago, but here at CES, the company is finally ready to take the official wraps off of the aforesaid drive. It's a portable 1TB affair, shipping with USB 3.0 support and offering up the ability to stream music and video to practically anything … [Read more...]

GRAPHIC CONTENT: Sentencing in Whistler sled dog massacre

Tears and gasps of horror at  the sentencing in the case of the Whistler sled dog massacre today. The crown lawyer, her own hands shaking at times, laid out a story of declining revenues leading to the killings of the sled dogs at the Whistler tourism company. Bob Fawcett, who has pleaded guilty to charges, sat motionless as the crown … [Read more...]

Organizing Content for Forms of Information Products

Join us as Linda Christensen goes over various frameworks, templates, and other techniques that will empower you to easily create an information product - whether it's a blogpost, video, report, webinar, sales letter, or home study program. This will help you get over that "blank page writer's block" of not knowing where to begin and what all to … [Read more...]

Google Play Music app updated for Google TV, Play video content now streaming to Chromebooks

Good news for people who love good news -- Google has just thrown some bug fixes at its Play Music app with Google TV support that launched late last year. Point being, Google TV users can now fire up the app and stream their stored tunes to the speakers connected to their entertainment system. In related news, GigaOM has spotted that the latest … [Read more...]