Hey now, Musers…
I thought this was funny.
Joel K was camping. Take a look at my #whereinthewoodsisJoelK meme:
Today, I was briefly banned from inbound…
Doherty took care of it; I’ve been let back in the gates… but I couldn’t pass up possibly making someone smile with some Snoop.
Any who… I was beings playfulz on the Twitterz streamz…
content student: “sensei, will they like?” sensei: “if well done.” student: “what’s well done?” sensei: “if they like.” #waxoncontent
Those graphics make me laugh. They also make me think of implementing more content… beyond textual content. AJ Kohn is crafty at complementing textual content with ‘catastic’
He also notices the implementation of graphics into social platforms.
But I catinue on … :)
I wanted to visualize my above tweet regarding content. I muse a good deal on the topic (see what I did…) Nick Eubanks was rad enough to ask me some questions about content of late; so watch for that coming soon…
The concept of great content marketing is always debated (mostly ranted). My stance on content is akin to Wil Reynold’s #RCS approach to marketing as a whole. Be real. Try hard. Keep your eyes open. Sometimes you catch that fly with the chopstick. Sometimes you don’t.
One can observe good habits of content creation but can’t exact end user reception.
Don’t try to bend the rules. That would be impossible.
Rather, observe the truth; with content, there are no rules…
So, without further procatstination (See what..) I present my sensei to content-student interaction through a series o’ pictures:
Sometimes, text and concepts are complemented (and perhaps better conveyed? …especially considering different types of learners?)
…by other types of content, such as images.
I celebrate SEOmoz’s recent video contest.
One, because it will be cool to see what people come up with.
Secondly, video is another form of content, opening new doors of expressing information as well as entertaining…
which is EXTREMELY important.
@MikeCP crushing ish. Mixing humor/insight. He obviously thought about presentation as well as information….
Actually, the word “school” itself originates from extracurricular sentiments, meaning “leisure or spare time.”
So in conclusion… (what was my point?…)
Oh yeah… graphics are fun…and can be altered… and ultimately used to strengthen ideas and messages…in an entertaining way…
You don’t want this content catastrophe …
Deep, end of post thoughts…by Keanu.