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Declining engagement, conversions cast shadows on otherwise sunny Black Friday weekend

What marketers can learn from the downsides of a record-breaking holiday sales weekend. Robin Kurzer on December 6, 2018 Marketers breathed a bit easier as record-breaking retail sales rolled in from the Thanksgiving to Cyber Monday stretch. Cart checkouts kept apace throughout the Thanksgiving weekend, totaling a record $7.9 billion in online sales on Cyber … Continue reading Declining engagement, conversions cast shadows on otherwise sunny Black Friday weekend

Good Client Relations Start With Good Counsel – Stop Blindly Saying ‘Yes’

JaeMi Pennington — December 4, 2018 — December 4, 2018 geralt / Pixabay In 1909, Harry Gordon Selfridge, founder of Selfridge’s department store in London, coined the infamous phrase, “the customer is always right.” It was meant to be a message to customers that they will get good service at his stores, but it was … Continue reading Good Client Relations Start With Good Counsel – Stop Blindly Saying ‘Yes’

Taking A Second Look: Why Bigger is Not Always Better When it Comes to Investing

J. Frank Sigerson — December 5, 2018 — December 5, 2018 “Think big.” If you’re someone who wants to get their hands wet by dipping them into the world of investing, then chances are, you’ve already heard of that motto one too many times. In fact, it’s the motto that most successful investors live by. … Continue reading Taking A Second Look: Why Bigger is Not Always Better When it Comes to Investing