My Content Marketing Adventures in Internet HeadlinesBy Joe Lazauskas June 8th, 2015
Inspired by Sam Apple’s “My Teenage Years in Internet Headlines”
They Hired Him to Run the Company Blog. What They Asked Him to Do Next Will Bore You to Death
The First 54 Press Releases He Edited Were Excruciating. The 55th Seriously Made Him Consider Going Back to Cleaning Up Dogshit at His Mom’s Animal Hospital
Slideshow: The 55-Slide Deck That Got Him a Small Budget to Start a Company Blog About Entrepreneurship
37 Brand Blogs About Entrepreneurship That Are Virtually Identical
Slideshow: The 17 Gin and Sodas He Had to Drink to Convince Himself His Blog About Entrepreneurship Would Be Different
The One Mind-Blowing Trick That Convinced 7 Desperate Interns to Work For Free
Video: Inside the Unsavory World of Brand Blog Slavery
His Boss Asked Him About KPIs. He Thought the Question Was About Soviet Secret Agents
Quiz: Does He Have a Drinking Problem or Work in Marketing?
Quiz: Was This Blog Post Written By an Unpaid Intern or a Nigerian Scam Artist?
Video: Office Drone Bursts Into Tears Begging for a Bigger Budget
They Finally Gave Him a Budget, but What He Did With It—Retargeting All of His Ex-Girlfriends on Facebook With Posts About Small Business Loans—Was Extremely Odd
Video: Will Anyone Notice if He Spruces up His LinkedIn? That’s Probably the Smart Thing to Do, Right?
He Expected His Quarterly Review to Be Videotaped. He Didn’t Expect It to Go Viral in the ‘Public Shaming’ Sub-Reddit
Content Strategist: The Two Magic Words on His Profile That Suddenly Got Him Offers For $250/Hour Freelancing Gigs
He Thought His First Two Gigs Were a Fluke. His Next Three Gigs Made Him Realize He’d Found the Greatest Loophole of All-Time
Slideshow: The 14.6 Million People Who Are More Qualified To Do This Job Than HimImage by Viorel Sima