Building A Search Engine Is Complicated, Especially When It Comes To Removing Bias by Laurie Sullivan , Staff Writer @lauriesullivan, July 20, 2020 Patrick Danial, cofounder-CTO at Terakeet, started the company in 1998 at 18 years old by building a search engine during the early days of Google’s launch. Now he almost seems thankful that it failed. “We tried … Continue reading Building A Search Engine Is Complicated, Especially When It Comes To Removing Bias
Steven Imke June 29, 2020 When I meet a new client who wants to start a business for the first time, I can get a pretty good sense of their potential for success depending on the kind of questions they ask me. Based on their questions, I mentally group them into either rabbits or foxes. … Continue reading Why You Need to Be a Fox and Not a Rabbit When It Comes to Business
Brooklin Nash — December 11, 2019 Follow @realBrookNash The goal of any eCommerce business is clear: as you draw your target audience to your website, you want to simultaneously convert them into customers. With billions of people online, Conversion Rate Optimization (CRO) is the new cornerstone of businesses operating online. “Your conversion rate is the … Continue reading Which Comes First: CRO or Personalization?
Here Comes the Noise: What’s Your Media Plan for 2020? by Karlis Collins , August 12, 2019 In 2020, political candidates will spend an all-time high in advertising, dispensing a projected $9.9 billion across TV, digital and social — a marked increase over the 2018 ($8.7 billion) and 2016 ($6.3 billion) elections. With the candidates … Continue reading Here Comes the Noise: What’s Your Media Plan for 2020?
Dr. Kathleen Allen — June 27, 2019 Follow @LeadingRoots — June 27, 2019 The conventional practice when leading change is to push the direction down from the top down. After all, hierarchical structures are designed to require direction that is pushed down from leadership to the employees. This was once a reasonable strategy – before … Continue reading The Benefit of Attraction vs Push When It Comes to Change
Paul Keijzer — June 20, 2019 Follow @Paul_Keijzer — June 20, 2019 Who makes a good leader? This is a question that experts have contemplated across countless leadership books and articles. Business owners and executives around the world have different perspectives on the approaches and qualities required for successful leadership. History makes it evident that … Continue reading Is Age Just a Number When It Comes to Leadership?
Maren Hogan — May 26, 2019 Follow @marenhogan — May 26, 2019 We find that sometimes, the issues that plague people in talent acquisition are really, really hard to solve. But there’s one problem that we brought on ourselves. In fact, technology is what created the issue in the first place, if you think about … Continue reading Why Data Matters When It Comes to Reducing Time to Hire
Zak Mustapha — January 30, 2019 Follow @zakmustapha — January 30, 2019 Imagine yourself in 5 years. The great idea, your hard work and efforts… Where have they gotten you? It’s a scary thought actually and something I’ve experienced. You have a great idea, you work day and night on it for years only for … Continue reading 3 Ways to Determine Your Future Success – or Failure (Before the Time Comes)
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
Annette Franz — November 15, 2018 Follow @annettefranz — November 15, 2018 Image courtesy of Worthix There should be no doubt: companies must recognize that employees come first. I had a great time talking about this and many other topics when I joined Mary Drumond and James Conrad with Worthix for their Voices of Customer … Continue reading Employee Experience Comes First