December 19, 2019
As 2019 wraps up and we look ahead to a new year, of course we have to partake in a time-honored tradition: predictions! But rather than write the umpteenth predictions article or listicle, we figured we’d instead just have a kiki about it in the latest episode of our “Confessions of a Content Creator” podcast.
Of course, before we put our prognosticator caps on, we take a step back and dissect the good (interactive long-form content!), the bad (Xfinity’s head-scratching “E.T.” themed ad) and the ugly (#Peloton) of content marketing in 2019. After all, those who don’t learn from the mistakes of the past are doomed to repeat bone-headed content marketing strategies in the future.
From there, we spend the bulk of this episode translating the dominating content marketing trends of 2019 into our expectations and predictions for what’s to come in 2020 and beyond. Here are several of the biggest trends we discuss and expect to see catch fire in 2020:
Finally, we end the episode by identifying the content types and mediums that truly defined this decade. Hint: we really miss Vine (RIP!), pay massive respect to the way listicle content changed the game (despite your personal feelings about Buzzfeed), and wax rhapsodic about the pervasive ubiquity of the GIF.
Take a journey to the near future with us by listening to “Confessions of a Content Creator, Episode 3 — Gazing into the Future of 2020 Content Marketing” And be sure to check out our blog series detailing 2020 trend predictions around topics including:
Stay tuned for our next episode where we’ll break down the ABCs of how to write a powerful eBook. To catch more episodes of “Confessions of a Content Creator,” be sure to rate, review and subscribe to our podcast. You can find us on Apple Podcasts, Google Play, Stitcher and most anywhere you get your podcast on. See you in the new year!