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Don’t Know Much About [ ]? Develop Engaging Content Anyway

Don’t Know Much About [ ]? Develop Engaging Content Anyway by Mobs Robertson , April 24, 2019 Growing up in the early aughts without television, I learned just enough about the show “Even Stephens” to join a conversation without having seen the latest episode.  Fast-forward 15 years, and I find myself using that skill frequently … Continue reading Don’t Know Much About [ ]? Develop Engaging Content Anyway

Don’t Hug Just Any Tree: Positioning Your Company Behind the Right Causes

Dave Pributsky — April 3, 2019 Follow @daveprib — April 3, 2019 Consumers have high expectations for companies to prioritize corporate social responsibility (CSR). At the same time, however, many consumers don’t make it a part of their decision-making process when buying — even though they want to support companies whose CSR initiatives resonate with … Continue reading Don’t Hug Just Any Tree: Positioning Your Company Behind the Right Causes

Speech Analytics: Don’t Forget About Voice in Your Digital Enablement Strategy

Omer Minkara — March 29, 2019 Follow @omer_aberdeen — March 29, 2019 Digital enablement is almost everywhere. Nearly all recent conversations I have with customer experience (CX) executives across companies of all sizes and industries involve how they currently use digital channels (e.g., social media, video and messaging), or plan to use them to meet … Continue reading Speech Analytics: Don’t Forget About Voice in Your Digital Enablement Strategy

Why Search Terms Don’t Trump Active Research

Amy Koski — March 13, 2019 — March 13, 2019 Data visualizations have the power to reveal connections we’ve never seen and display information in ways we haven’t imagined or perceived. Sometimes they can reveal life-changing (or lifespan-extending) discoveries, and sometimes they don’t reveal so much as they show us complex ideas in digestible ways. … Continue reading Why Search Terms Don’t Trump Active Research

Entrepreneurs, Realize Your Employees Don’t Define Success the Way You Do

Albert Costill — March 11, 2019 — March 11, 2019 How do you define success? Maya Angelou said, “Success is liking yourself, liking what you do, and liking how you do it.” Winston Churchill’s take? “Success consists of going from failure to failure without loss of enthusiasm.” “My definition of success?” Richard Branson asked himself … Continue reading Entrepreneurs, Realize Your Employees Don’t Define Success the Way You Do