Category: Marketing

Twitter Exodus Expected with Twitter’s New Policies

The Twitter Exodus is expected as it puts into place new policies to limit who is allowed on their platform. Ramping up their censorship of the past couple of years, simply disagreeing with regressive leftist talking points may cause one to become labeled as “a hater” – resulting in loss of verification, shadowbanning, or outright …

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Micro-Negotiation and The Future of Online Advertising

Dave Cullen of Computing Forever suggests micro-negotiating with content consumers who use ad-blockers. Essentially, it would ask the visitor whether he wishes to support the content creator. This could get more complicated on platforms that run 3rd-party content while seeking ad revenue for themselves… Dave also touches on problems with the intrusiveness of advertising and …

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From Direct Marketing to Direct Media

I just want to take a moment to point out that in the age of The Internet and Social Media and Streaming Video and mobile devices and Alternative News Sources and Mass Media Censorship and claims of “Fake News”, what may have began with Direct Marketing approaches has led to a phneomenon of “Direct Media”… …

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YouTube Ads for Nasty PC Companies and Content Creators Opposing Advertisers

Allegedly, some major corporations are boycotting the YouTube Advertisement Platform because their ads are appearing before, or during, or next to video content with which they do not agree… This is more likely part of the general Corporate Collusion to destroy the decentralized media YouTube dominated for its first 12 years by independent content creators, …

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Are Ad-Blockers the Patriotic Solution?

Some would suggest that Ad-Blockers are anti-capitalistic and therefore perhaps even anti-patriotic. These people may fail to see the forest for the trees. Ad-Blockers may be the solution! Not only do they render interruption advertisement methods to be useless, in favor of legitimate helpful content, but the fact that some content not being “Advertiser-Friendly” is …

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Edutainment and Engaging Your Target Audience

At Media Blitz Publicity, we provide Video Content Marketing Services, Media Production Services, and Content analyzing the intersection of Media, Marketing, Entertainment, and Education. At the center of all of this is a concept called Edutainment. Many people have a craving for knowledge. Your target customers certainly do when it comes to what you have …

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Learn About Content Marketing and Its History

The Content Marketing Institute created this long-form video to teach you about Content Marketing. If you are inspired to start publishing a consistent, CONSTANT FLOW OF CONTENT in Video & Written Format, I want you to MAKE YOUR INITIAL DEPOSIT to GET STARTED with OUR TURN-KEY CONSTANT CONTENT FLOW Program!

Yellow Journalism, Advertisement, Human Psychology, and Fake News Killing the Internet

The Real Reasons YouTube Has Been Behaving Strangely Lately – Viewer Wants & Viewer Behavior in the Current YouTube Environment

Chatbots: Rise of The Machines

The last thing many of us want is to have to talk to another robot. In some instances, when they are effective, it may be better than waiting on hold. More often than not, you’re left shouting into the phone, “I want to talk to a real person”. Well, the robots now have their electronic …

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Quality & Purpose Over Quantity, Published on a Consistent Basis

When it comes to devising a content strategy for your business, you need to consider the contrasts between the 24-hour constant stream of mostly irrelevant content and the specific, online destinations sought out by internet searchers demonstrating “lean-in” behavior. You want to create quality content that is relevant to your target audience. Yes, you want …

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Explaining YouTube’s Cash-Grab Changes in Featuring Long-Form Content

Many changes have been occurring with YouTube over the past year, and we will cover these more in-depth shortly. However, many long-time successful channels have recently reported drops in their advertisement income, views, and subscribes. This phenomenon appears to mostly affect YouTubers who use YouTube as their primary platform to deliver their material, as opposed …

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Why URL Shortening is No Good

Some services offer shortened URLs that also allow tracking of clicks and forwarding to a given destination. These are very popular in various marketing circles, on social media, and online in general. They’re generally no good, despite the ability to track clicks. It’s really an ethical issue of whether you show your visitor what they …

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