How the Corpse of MySpace Will Feed the Future's Content Farms
MySpace was acquired by Time, Inc, because content farms and social networks aren’t that different at this point. They are both pages of content, usually produced by humans, used to sell advertisements against.
The Super Bowl Is the Last Event That Doesn't Need Content Farms
The spectacle of the Super Bowl is too great to require the internet to even exist.
Trumpbait Is Fracturing the Conservative Internet
Trumpbait, the mutated form of Clickbait that resonates with mass audiences has been the Republican Establishment’s worst nightmare.
Selling the Last Funny Content Farm
The Onion provides commentary on the mess that the internet has become, while also being a highly monetizable part of the mess.
How Content Farms Preyed on America's Powerball Dreams
You were never going to win Powerball, but you might win Powerball.
It’s 2016, and the Promise of the Internet Is Dead
This year the merger between big box internet and the big box traditional media will be complete.
Star Wars Is God’s Gift to Content Farms
Inside the Star Wars content wars.
How Gawker Turned Into Groupon
This holiday, behold the rise of stealth e-commerce content-farming.
When Tragedy Becomes Content
Terrorist groups know how to use a nation’s own culture against them. In America’s case, that means exploiting content farms.
The Death of Snark and the Rise of Positive Conservative Content
The age of liberal snark is ending, and conservative content will soon reign supreme.
Your Guide to Crafting Sponsored Content for Millennials
What’s more authentic to a Millennial than sponsored content about the continual journey to define the self?
Grantlangst: Fear of a World Without Meaningful Content
Grantland is dead, and with it another high-caliber outlet for good journalism. Can niche sites survive in the age of the content farm? One former Grantlander and content farmer explains.