The Future of Content explores how we create, manage, and distribute content. Hosted by Todd Ross Nienkerk and brought to you by Four Kitchens—Way more than websites.
Memoir and Personal Essay
Memoirist Rachel Starnes provides a glimpse into the highly personal process of writing a memoir, an often misunderstood—and sometimes controversial—literary genre that continues to evolve.
Matchstick Legal’s Gabe Levine describes the legal world’s evolution from verbose Word-based documentation to simplified conversational automated content.
Content from Community, Trust, and Intimacy
Carl Smith of the Bureau of Digital tells host Todd Nienkerk about the business ownership content that comes from conversations with business owner members of the Bureau.
Content That Speaks to You
Voxable CEO and co-founder Lauren Golembiewski highlights how to create impactful conversational content in her discussion with host Todd Nienkerk.
Virtual Content in the Real World
Friends with Holograms CEO Cortney Harding brings her immersive training expertise to the discussion with host Todd Nienkerk.
Content Is in Our DNA
GenomeWeb is an independent digital news organization that publishes genome sequencing and molecular biology content. Its CEO, Bernadette Toner, joins host Todd Nienkerk on The Future of Content podcast.
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As a marketer, I find it extremely valuable to hear about what content looks like across many different industries—especially the restaurant industry. Lots of takeaways to apply to my own work.
If you're a content creator, you'll love Todd's insights.
Todd Nienkerk is an authority on content creation, and his predictions for the future are fascinating and well researched. I'm looking forward to seeing what industries he explores in future episodes.
Content can be so many things
The future of content is a great way to learn that content is so much more than just words in a blog article. This is a great series. (Caveat—I’m on one of the episodes.)