Recap

How Vox turned an oops into an ok

How Vox turned an oops into an ok

If you’re anything like me, you’ve woken up in middle of the night (at least once) to a nightmare that involves sending out your publication’s newsletter with either A. a typo, B. the wrong link, or the worst of all, C. incomplete. These nightmares are much like the waitress nightmares I’ve been having since my first job at 16. You know, the ones where you’re the only server in the restaurant, a family reunion comes in, and your pen runs out of ink? #Anxiety.

Recently, Vox lived that nightmare. Except this one was a reality.

TFD Takes NOLA

TFD Takes NOLA

“That TFD team is whip-smart!”

Maybe we didn’t hear that exactly, but we did leave NOLA with great takeaways from the audience development track at the annual CRMA conference. With speakers from industry leaders like DigidayThe Washington Post and Harvard Business Review, the attendees of the audience development track were in great hands.

Below we’ve listed a quick rundown of the speakers and major topics discussed. Consider it the official TFD take on CRMA.
 

Recap of NYC's Digiday member event

Recap of NYC's Digiday member event

Neil Vogel, CEO of Dotdash, and Bryan Goldberg, CEO of Bustle, answered some of the industry’s top concerns in rapid-fire Digiday member event.

Last week, Dotdash hosted the most recent Digiday member event in the company’s hip Times Square office. Neil Vogel and Bryan Goldberg faced off in a rapid-fire session of True/False led by Digiday’s editor-in-chief Brian Morrissey. The below prompts have sparked much conversation in the Twenty-First Digital office, so we compiled our notes and personal takeaways to share a brief recap of the evening’s discussion.