An Early Content Marketing Pioneer Rebels Against Some Of The Modern Forms

Rex Hammock has been recognized for decades as a leading voice in content marketing.

As the 12 readers of this blog know by now, I’ve been working on being rebellious for a long, long time. Tony Silber’s feature on Forbes.com regarding some of my radical thoughts on content marketing is helping me on my quest. ;  )

Here’s the beginning of the piece with a link to the entire article:

Rex Hammock, founder and owner of an eponymous content-marketing agency, has through longevity and thought leadership been recognized for decades as a leading voice in content marketing, a term Hammock himself has little use for.

In addition to high-profile membership in a variety of industry associations, where his counsel drove and early awareness and understanding of content marketing, Hammock has published an influential blog since 2000, where he led a broad conversation on media and web publishing.

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Actual Good Deals on Amazon Prime Day

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Some people celebrate Amazon’s Prime Day by trying to be funny in tweets with the hashtag #PrimeDay or #PrimeDayFail. Once in a while they are funny. But mostly, they are ham-fisted, profane and goofy.

Once in awhile, the Amazon deal is actually a good deal.

Here are the best places to look for good stuff. Well, best if you have my narrow tastes. (Note, the links are affiliate links. I think I’ve made $5 in commissions since 2004):

Amazon devices
Power tools, yes!
Bicycle stuff
Hammock stuff

And then there is this worst-ever Prime Day Deal and an affront to the Rex brand.

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This SmallBusiness.com post has some suggestions about where to look for deals from local sellers on Amazon.