On September 7, I co-hosted and recorded the last episode of For Immediate Release: The Hobson and Holtz Report with my podcasting partner, Shel Holtz. It's a ritual Shel and I have followed every week for the past ten years and nine months since we published the first episode on January 3, 2005. If you're a regular listener of FIR (the show gained that moniker in its early days), you'll know that we announced the ending of this podcast in August serving notice, so to speak, that more than … [Read more...] about FIR is dead. Long live FIR!
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Intro: Welcome to the final episode of 'The Hobson and Holtz Report'; a quick note about 'For Immediate Release' beginning on September 21; Quick News: Hundreds of Wikipedia editors banned for secretly promoting brands, Barcelona Principles 2.0 unveiled, virtual reality update: Rebecca Minkoff VR headsets and VR's role in B2B marketing, Spindle is a social app that encourages you to be selfish with your content; CustomScoop promo; News That Fits: Is SEO really dead? How content marketing … [Read more...] about FIR #824: Is SEO really dead?
Intro: Joe Thornley is sitting in for Neville on the penultimate episode of The Hobson & Holtz Report; the final show, episode 824, will air next Monday; a few words about For Immediate Release, the show that will fill the void left by Neville’s departure; Quick News: Facebook responds to suggestions that it benefits from copyright violations and introduces a new tool to help fight them; publisher performance on Instagram is through the roof; Instagram abandons the square-only photo and … [Read more...] about FIR #823: Do brands need Chief Narrative Officers?
View image | gettyimages.com Intro: Red Folder is free for a year to those affected by fires in the U.S. West, IABC Fellows talk measurement and ROI live this Thursday on 'Circle of Fellows'; Quick News: Drones are taking off in the oil industry, the U.S. federal government partners with Yelp to get citizen reviews, personal photos at work: pictures that paint a thousand words; mobile messaging has come of age; CustomScoop promo; News That Fits: The case against impressions as a digital … [Read more...] about FIR #822: The case against impressions as a digital metric
Since announcing in FIR #820 last week that I'll be hanging up my FIR podcasting hat (or mic) next month after more than ten years of creating The Hobson and Holtz Report podcast with Shel Holtz each week, I've been humbled and encouraged by the array of messages and comments from fans and friends of FIR across all social networks. My favourite has to be this tweet from Mark Blevis: Scale :) Thank you again one and all. Last week, I sat down across the ether via Skype with Joe … [Read more...] about A chat about podcasting