More than 200,000 subscribers have left Netflix over the first quarter of 2022. Its revenue is falling, and the company is shedding employees to compensate. All of this is happening at a time when Converged TV (CTV) platforms are enjoying unparalleled popularity amongst both the American public and international viewers, a trend that appears to be both stable and likely to exhibit growth. Netflix’s troubles, and how it got to this point, is another long
Because our clients are highly technical, it’s often difficult for us to find writers that are both creative as well as knowledgeable. Over time, we grew weary of rewrites, as have our writers, so we tested a new process. We now have a production process where we set up a portable podcast studio on location – or we dial them in – and we record a few podcasts. We also record the interviews on video.
If you have ever binge-watched a TV series on Hulu or viewed a movie on Netflix, then you’ve used over-the-top content and may have not even realized it. Typically referred to as OTT in the broadcast and technology communities, this type of content circumvents traditional cable TV providers and uses the Internet as a vehicle to stream content like the latest episode of Stranger Things or at my house, it’s Downton Abbey. Not only does OTT
As digital advertising methods proliferate and morph, companies funnel more money into television advertising to reach viewers who spend 22-36 hours watching TV every week. Despite what the advertising industry rumblings might lead us to believe over the past few years citing the decline of television as we know it, television advertising is instead alive, well, and producing solid results. In a recent MarketShare study that analyzed advertising performance across industry and media outlets like
The folks at Blogmost.com developed this infographic and named it Little Known Ways to Build High Quality Backlinks in 2014. I’m not sure I like that title… I don’t think companies should focus on building links anymore. Our local search experts at Site Strategics like to say that new strategies require earning links rather than actively building them. More importantly, I believe this infographic combines a ton of tools and distribution sites where you can