Our Outbrain data has shown that content consumption peaks over the Thanksgiving period and since we’re all about helping people find interesting content online, we’ve lined up some of our top picks for you to enjoy over the Holiday.
The Long Road to Tacloban
Recommended by Timi Siytangco, Director, Brands & Agencies, Outbrain SEA
Why: 8 young digital journalists drive from Manila to Tacloban (where the typhoon made landfall) and blog what they see along the way
The Brown Eyed Baker
Recommended by Sarit Anavim, Snr Marketing Technologies Manager, Outbrain IL
Why: A really pretty blog with great recipes including a short post about how to create vanilla extract at home – perfect for the holidays
Recommended by Larry Otsuka, Account Strategist, Outbrain USA
Why: Posts centered on sports/pop culture — no fluff and extremely opinionated. Regardless if I agree with their viewpoints or not, the posts always are great reads
Lost in E Minor
Recommended by Ayal Steiner, GM, Outbrain Australia & New Zealand
Why: Always intriguing, captivating and visually inspiring for creativity.
Providence Row’s Blog
Recommended by Soufien Ghalim, Account Management intern, Outbrain EU
Why: Providence Row is a great charity that tackles the root causes of homelessness in London. Their blog is thought-provoking, well written and really informative.
The Naked CEO
Recommended by Yoav Tourel, Snr Account Manager, Outbrain AU & NZ
Why: great interesting, insightful articles for the young professional
The Vegan Word
Recommended by Eirini Pan, Marketing & Sales Coordinator, Outbrain EU
Why: A source of inspiration for all vegans, wannabe cookers, travellers, curious minds and in general people who like to try new things and wear their ‘adventure hat’. Relevant to my taste although I’m not a vegan.
Felix Salmon on Reuters
Recommended by Kevin Selhi, Account Strategist, Outbrain USA
Why: Salmon does a great job of making economics and finance plain and approachable. He shares insights extracted from academic research, as well as his own thoughts on the economics of media, technology, and monetary policy. He even weighs in occasionally on design and UX!
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