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Date posted: April 29, 2009

Awards

By Marty Weil

Eddie Award
In 2007, Marty received a Bronze Medal in the prestigious Folio Magazine Editorial (“Eddie”) Awards. The Eddie was awarded for the Best Single Article in a Business-to-Business category.

The 2007 Folio Eddie finalists were selected by a panel of more than 100 judges—including respected editors, publishers, creative directors, and webmasters—from a pool of roughly 3,000 entries submitted by magazine publishers spanning the globe.

The award-winning article, “Meet the Press,” explores in depth how school district administrators deal with members of the press during crisis situations. It appears in the August 2006 issue of Scholastic Administrator.

Silver Trumpet Award
Marty won a Silver Trumpet from the Publicity Club of Chicago for special event management in 1993. He created an event called, “The Peruvian Paso Promenade,” that introduced the Peruvian horse to the U.S. Market (on a $500 budget!). The event attracted national media attention, including coverage by Nation’s Business, PBS, Town & Country, and CNBC, among others.

Citizen Media Award
In 2009, Marty was recognized by the Asheville blogging community for his work on the ephemera blog. The blog was voted the most under-rated blog based in Asheville. The votes were tabulated by the Mountain Xpress, the weekly independent news, arts, and events newspapers. The Citizen Media Awards are sponsored by BlogAsheville, a blog dedicated to news and happenings in Asheville, North Carolina.

Date posted: April 24, 2009

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2012

2011

  • Supply Chain Management Buyers Guide – Managing Automation
  • Business Intelligence Buyers Guide – Managing Automation
  • Superintendent Merry-Go-Round – Scholastic Administrator
  • Managing Assets in the Cloud – T.H.E. Journal
  • Cloud Watching (cloud computing) – Data Center Management
  • Onboarding – Data Center Management
  • Manufacturing Execution Systems Buyers Guide – Managing Automation
  • Data Leakage – Data Center Management
  • Employee Data – Data Center Management
  • Product Lifecycle Management Buyers Guide – Managing Automation
  • Staffing New Facilities – Data Center Management
  • Google Fiber Challenge – Data Center Management
  • Human Capital Management Buyers Guide – Managing Automation
  • Collocation Perks or Prerequsites – Data Center Management
  • Manufacturing Intelligence Buyers Guide – Managing Automation
  • Soft Skills – Data Center Management

2010

2009

2008

2007

2006

  • Meet the Press – Scholastic Administrator
  • How to Save $500,000 a Year – Scholastic Administrator
  • Charlotte Antique Show Enjoys Spectacular Success – AntiqueWeek
  • Myriad Opportunities (3PLs) – APICS

2005

  • Predicting the Unpredictable – The Manufacturer
  • Angling to Be the Poster Child of RFID: Wal-Mart RFID Mandate – APICS
  • Life After the Deadline: Wal-Mart RFID Mandate – APICS
  • They’re in the Money: How Did These 10 districts… – Scholastic Administrator
  • Driven By Competion: Warehouse 3PLs – APICS

2004

2003

  • Knowledge Management – The Manufacturer
  • Heat & Power Operations Maintenance – The Manufacturer
  • Industrial Real Estate – The Manufacturer

2002

2001

  • Inside Sell-Side e-Commerce – Manufacturing Systems
  • Men in the Middle: How Supply Chain Visibility… – Alchemy
  • Closer than Ever: Internet-Based Technologies… – Manufacturing Systems
  • A Farewell to ‘Buy-Side’  – Manufacturing Systems

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About

By Marty Weil

Marty Weil is a multi-award-winning freelance writer, journalist, and author with more than 20 years of professional editorial experience, including writing marketing content for industry-leading companies such as Microsoft, Honeywell, EMC, Hitachi, 3M, and Sun Microsystems. For a complete list of past and present clients, click here.

In the 1990s, he founded Weil Marketing Communications Inc., a ground-breaking and award-winning marketing communications agency. His firm’s exceptional marketing practices were recognized by the Publicity Club of Chicago. Weil’s byline has appeared in many national publications and Web sites, including:

Managing Automation APICS
Fortune Microsoft Exec. Circle
Cisco’s iQ and Packet Scholastic Admin.
Food Processing Software Strategies
Area Development RFID Journal
Renewable Energy World Inbound Logistics
Control Mfg. Systems
Smart magazine Sun Open Mfg.
Data Center Management Collectzing.com
SMART Tech. (Web) Bosch-Rexroth (Web)
Alchemy Computer Finance
WebWeek A-B Journal
Natural Food Network Online User
Specialty Coffee Retailer Tech. & Learning

 

Click here for entire list.

Weil is a sought after ghostwriter and content consultant. He has served as the managing editor of several corporate blogs and has acted as a consultant on corporate Web sites, radio commercials, and film projects. He has published a book of photography, A Year in Asheville. He is also an active member of several social networking sites, including LinkedIn, Twitter, and Facebook.

Formerly a manager in promotion and marketing for Panasonic Factory Automation, Weil is a graduate of the Illinois State University.

Email:marty@martyweil.net

disclaimer

Date posted: April 13, 2009

For the second straight year, I've written Food Processing magazine's annual report on food industry capital expenditures. My 2009 CapEx feature appears this month in Food Processing.

Since writing the 2008 CapEx report, I've greatly expanded my work in food journalism–writing features for Natural Foods Network and Specialty Coffee Retailer.

I enjoy combining my interest in food with my background in business journalism. My years of experience writing on highly technical subjects gives me an edge over other freelance writers covering the food industry. I have insights into the manufacturing, production, and supply chain that many others in the field lack.

I look forward to further expanding my reach into the food and beverage industry in 2009. To that end, if you're an food-industry editor, specialty publisher, or PR firm looking for a writer with my background and experience, please don't hesitate to contact me.

Date posted: April 3, 2009

Two articles I wrote on K12 grant and funding programs appear on the Scholastic Administrator website under the SMART Administrator resource center banner.

Leveling the Playing Field
Mebane Foundation Paves Way for SMART Technology Implementations in North Carolina

Rated "E" for Effort
E-Rate Success Enhances SMART Utilization in Evangeline Parish Schools

These articles are great examples of my advertorial work. In the world of journalism, many turn up their noses at advertorials and paid supplements, but I find this type of work challenging and rewarding. To be successful, you must marry journalistic integrity with the desires of a corporate sponsor–tilt too far in either direction and the result can be disastrous. However, when executed at a high level, these pieces can be extremely informative and fill an important niche in the marketplace of ideas.