There are big changes looming on the horizon for 2020. They’re predicted on every front. To better adapt to change quickly, we’ll need data.
Organizations as wide-ranging as Amazon, Salesforce, Burger King and Caterpillar have all invested in recurring revenue models as a means of driving predictable revenue, but also of building direct relationships with their customers.
- The big story of podcasting in 2019 was all about Spotify. Will 2020 be the year Apple strikes back?
Welcome to Hot Pod, a newsletter about podcasts. This is issue 239, dated December 17, 2019. Hello everyone. Welcome to the last Hot Pod of 2019. We made it to the end of the year! Frankly, I’m a little surprised.
National TV advertising for linear TV networks continues to slip in the wake of growing media competition — especially in prime time — dropping 5% for the 2018-2019 TV season from the previous year.
Happy New Year, Niche peeps! Let’s talk resolutions – reasonable, revenue-generating, growth-driving resolutions. No “lose 20 pounds by February 1st” madness here.
Turn on the television. Pick up a magazine. Scroll through your Twitter feed. Chances are, you’re being inundated with hundreds of marketing campaigns. But news publishers are only producing a fraction of those, and as an industry, we need to do better.