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.
Presentation Design with Mikey Mioduski
We’ve all put presentations together, or helped others do so. We thought about what we wanted to say and made sure to add cool graphics and images to break up blocks of text. We may even have kept the bullet points to a minimum. Our guest this week, Mikey Miodusky, is the founder of Ghost Ranch Communications and a presentation designer. Lieten this week as he explains why there is much more to putting presentations together than we realize.
>> Ghost Ranch Communications
>> Mikey Mioduski on Twitter
>> Mikey Mioduski on LinkedIn
>> Mikey Mioduski on Instagram
Couch to 5K and Inclusion with Josh Clark
You might think that content and running are about as far apart from each other as they could possibly be, but our guest this week, Josh Clark, founder of Big Medium and the Couch-to-5K running program, joins us to explain how they’re more alike than we may realize.
>> Big Medium
>> Josh Clark on Twitter
>> Josh Clark on LinkedIn
>> Josh Clark on Instagram
Content, Architecture, and Design Systems with Jeff Eaton
Content is a term that many organizations use, but it doesn’t mean the same thing to everyone. Our guest this week, Jeff Eaton, co-founder of Autogram believes in order to communicate effectively, we have to agree on language and meaning. Listen to this week’s episode as he discusses the importance of content management, design systems, and architecture.
>> Jeff Eaton website
>> Jeff Eaton on LinkedIn
>> Jeff Eaton on Twitter
Leadership Coaching with Jen Dary
Often, when we think of coaches, we think of someone involved in the life and performance of an athlete, or someone who is responsible for pushing us and bringing out the best in us. Jen Dary is a leadership coach, mom, business owner, and founder of Plucky, and is our guest this week. Listen to this week’s episode as she discusses her unique and creative approach to coaching others to be their best. >> Plucky
>> Jen Dary on Twitter
>> Jen Dary on LinkedIn
>> Jen Dary on Instagram
Pulling Back the Curtain on Packaging with Adam Peek
Do you enjoy watching unboxing videos on YouTube or TikTok? If you do, you’ve probably come across videos of Adam Peek, SVP of Sales at Meyers, TEDx speaker, pastor, host of the People of Packaging podcast, and our guest this week. Listen to this week’s episode as Adam discusses the importance of packaging in marketing, and the psychology behind the packaging we see every day.
>> Adam Peek website
>> Adam Peek on LinkedIn
>> Adam Peek’s Podcast
>> Adam Peek on YouTube
Brand Voice and Copy with Wynne Renz
What do you get when you add naming, brand voice, copywriting, and content together? You get someone like Wynne Renz, Brand Voice and Copy Lead at Miro.com and our guest this week. Listen to this week’s episode as Wynne shares how to successfully communicate who your company is through a well-thought out strategy that combines those four elements.
>> Wynne Renz website
>> Wynne Renz on LinkedIn
>> Wynne Renz on InVision
>> Wynne Renz on Etsy
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.)