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Search for “content marketing expert” on Google and you’ll see 614 million results.Caroline Nuttall of Advantage Media|ForbesBooks and ForbesSpeakers covered expert overpopulation in her Content Marketing World presentation, Stop Generating Leads, Start Driving Demand for Anything You’ll Ever Sell.Visual representation of expert overpopulationCaroline created the Amplify Matrix.The x-axis goes from “accepted” – things generally recognized or believed – to “challenged” – things questioning conventional wisdom.Caroline plotted some sessions from Content Marketing World into the matrix:
Meet the steer herd around the world.Knickers is a black-and-white Holstein Friesian living on a farm in Western Australian run by rancher Geoff Pearson.He's taller than basketball star Steph Curry and weighs as much as a Toyota Prius.And of course Twitter has something to say about this.Last Week Tonight writer Josh Gondelman sees Knickers as the hero we deserve at the moment.Screenwriter Jess Dweck likens Knickers to shopping at clothing retailer Forever 21.
Meet the steer herd around the world.Knickers is a black-and-white Holstein Friesian living on a farm in Western Australian run by rancher Geoff Pearson.He's taller than basketball star Steph Curry and weighs as much as a Toyota Prius.And of course Twitter has something to say about this.Last Week Tonight writer Josh Gondelman sees Knickers as the hero we deserve at the moment.Screenwriter Jess Dweck likens Knickers to shopping at clothing retailer Forever 21.
p If Buffalo NBC affiliate WGRZ wanted to sue the outlets that fail to give them credit for breaking some signature Hump Day news, there’s a handy number to call: 800-888-8888.However, as Josh Gondelman posits, those digits may soon get a forcible makeover.The personal-injury law firm of Cellino & Barnes, based in Western New York and pervasive across the U.S. thanks to the constant placement of tuneful radio and TV (“Cellino and Barnes, injury attorneys…”), has hit a speed bump.Per WGRZ, Ross Cellino has filed suit against partner Stephen Barnes with the intent to dissolve their law firm.The first court appearance is scheduled for May 19.WGRZ led Wednesday evening’s newscast with Cellino & Barnes, noting that they had first broken the story on Twitter.
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