Textbroker International, the leading platform for on-demand, unique written content, today announced that Textbroker® is now a registered trademark through the United States Patent and Trademark Office of the Department of Commerce.
Monthly archive: 30 2012
Authors who want to get ahead at Textbroker stand to gain big time from writing for managed clients. DottyDot has outlined — and answered — some of the common complaints voiced by other authors about managed clients. The next time you see an order from a managed client, don’t be afraid! Take some time to review the positives of writing for managed clients. You just might find that extra boost you need in order to get ahead at Textbroker.
Twitter signed a deal with NBC Universal that will give Twitter’s newly hired editors and curators the ability to create a Twitter-based news hub focusing on the 2012 Summer Olympics. Not only does this further solidify Twitter’s position as a media giant, it also solidifies social media as the future for news and entertainment. What this means for other media giants, such as print and television, remains to be seen, but it is certain that social media is now on equal footing with all other media mediums.
Big news coming out of Yahoo this week: Marissa Mayer, a highly-regarded Google executive, has been appointed the new CEO of Yahoo. As Yahoo’s third CEO in under a year, the seat is still warm from the previous two occupants, who lasted only a few months each. She has a steep climb if she wants to pull Yahoo out of its current slump. She’s also fighting consumer perception that Yahoo is a bargain-basement brand; the company’s reputation for fluffy content and a clunky interface will be tough to erase.
You can ask five different content marketing experts about link building, and you’ll get twelve different strategies. So how can you pinpoint which ones are real, repeatable strategies and which suggestions are happy coincidences for the person who swears by them?