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April 30, 2015 7:51 AM

You Are Not Reading tagged “Long Form Content”

We live in a world where most professionals are just skimming content. You can blame Twitter. You can blame Facebook's newsfeed. You can blame YouTube. None of that really matters (because they are not to blame). It's not the Internet.... Read more

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January 8, 201511:23 PM

A New Podcast (From Me)... It's Not What You Think tagged “Long Form Content”

"So, who are you and what do you do?" For nearly a decade, I have started every single episode of my podcast, Six Pixels of Separation - The Twist Image Podcast, that way. There have been close to 450 weekly... Read more

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December 23, 201410:27 PM

Content Marketing Is Dead (But There's Always This)... tagged “Long Form Content”

Content Marketing is dead. Right? That didn't take long. I've been reading this notion of "too much content and not enough value" a lot lately. It usually starts with the premise that consumers simply can't keep up with the pace... Read more

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May 8, 201411:58 PM

Are You Reading This? tagged “Long Form Content”

How many books do you read a year? It's an unfair question, because if you are reading this blog post, you are already amongst the reading elite. I used to toss out a statistic about reading (don't know where I... Read more

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November 6, 201311:12 PM

It's Never Too Late To Start A Blog tagged “Long Form Content”

Well, of course someone who loves to blog is going to say that it's never too late to start a blog. I was asked to give a presentation this past week in London for the London Bloggers Meet-up (many thanks... Read more

By Mitch Joel


January 4, 2012 9:53 PM

A Story With No End tagged “Long Form Content”

How would you feel about reading an article in your local newspaper that never ended? It seems like the latest buzz is all about creating content (books, magazine or newspaper articles) that never end. Well, I shouldn't say "never," but... Read more

By Mitch Joel


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