Content Farms Are Dead
Content farming was actually designed to be an infinitely profitable business, and that delusion will result in suddenly broken business models.
Digital Media Is Kept Afloat By a Black Box of Confusion
Advertisers will keep spending on digital media and figure out how it works later.
The Digital Media Bloodbath Isn't Happening
We were told a digital media bloodbath was coming. Instead, two new powerhouses joined the content farm industry.
The Media Vultures Are Circling Yahoo!
#Yahoo!shaming seems like a stretch because it isn’t a particularly interesting company.
Stories About VR Are Boring, But Content Farms Keep Churning Them Out
The cost of calling VR a bogus trend and being wrong are too high.
What Even Is Video These Days?
The NewFronts are where next year’s virtual reality, 360 degree video, and Snapchat story scripted series content will be sold.
The Big Box Content Farm Wants to Be Boutique Again
Mass-audience sites are getting angsty as their dragnet audience strategies start to fail.
Blackface Controversy Was Ultimately a Win for Snapchat
The unicorn startup has now introduced itself to a slew of new potential users.
Facebook Still Controls the Future of Online Media
For media companies, f8 is fate.
I Can’t Wait to Get All My Content from a Chatbot
Even though I’m not a teenager, I decided to download Kik and interact with some brands.
The Lost Art of the Internet Prank
A conversation with Hipster Runoff's Carles.Buzz about satire, anonymity, and how trolling is replacing the prank.
A Content Farm’s Guide to Winning April Fools' Day
Pranks are perfect content.