Some would say it’s the age of digital content creators. That this is their time to rise up and conquer. And there’s a lot of evidence that’s exactly what they are doing.
In this episode of The Lede, Pamela “Battle-Ax” Wilson joins hosts Jerod Morris and Demian Farnworth one more time for this award-winning series (listen to find out why) to help Jerod put Demian in the hot seat.
A couple weeks ago, Demian wrote an article called “The Unstoppable Rise of the Digital Content Creator.” While it’s loaded with some of the best writing this side of Saturn, what can’t be missed is Demian’s central premise: programmers and engineers have paved the road for digital content marketers.
Without these professionals, modern-day content creators would still be forced to develop coding chops or hire someone to do it for them.
Instead, we live in a world where it’s easy to create and share digital content online. But there are still a lot of unanswered questions.
In this 30-minute episode of The Lede, Demian, Jerod, and Pamela will answer the following questions:
- Is there anything to the claim that digital content creators are unstoppable? Or is Demian just blowing smoke?
- Could it be possible we are in a digital content bubble?
- What’s the true value of Joe Pulizzi’s orange suits?
- Is there really an audience for every idea — even one about drinking your own urine for health reasons?
- Where is the proof that demand for content is going up?
- Is Pamela Wilson really happy living in Nashville?
- And so much more!
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