Damon Yerian — August 2, 2019 — August 2, 2019 200degrees / Pixabay So you have multiple products and want to know if they should have their own websites. Perhaps you started with one product and have gradually added products to your site, and now you’re wondering if that was the best approach. Or maybe … Continue reading Should Your Individual Products Have Their Own Websites?
Elle Morgan — July 26, 2019 Follow @talentsolvers — July 26, 2019 It seems like a natural progression. You’ve crushed it as an individual contributor for years so the next step is leadership, right? Well, not necessarily. Truthfully, there’s little that’s “natural” at all about this direct transition. Odds are your expertise – the skills … Continue reading How to Transition from Individual Contributor to Manager
Angela Shah “Personalized shopping” has long been the guiding light for retailers. But in the age of Amazon (NASDAQ: AMZN), traditional stores have been searching for the best way to digitize what was once a person-to-person process. “Internet shopping is now across mobile and Web, and now, the is, ‘How do we … Continue reading Getting Personal: Retailers Use New Tech to Court Individual Shoppers
Jessica Collins — December 15, 2016 — December 15, 2016 Chief Human Resources Officers believe high-potential employees are 91 percent more valuable to their organizations than average employees, so it is no surprise their main concern is retaining them. “High-potential employee” (HIPO) generally refers to one who leadership expects to progress to a much higher … Continue reading Is Trust More Important Than Individual Potential?
by Dave Brock Follow @davidabrockSeptember 30, 2016 Recently, I met with a CEO. He was trying to hire a new VP of Sales. For various reasons, he had struggled with getting the right person in place for a number of years. He was about to hire an individual. This person was the only individual that … Continue reading Are You Hiring A “Good Guy,” Or The Right Individual?
Zach HellerOctober 6, 2015 Referring to email marketing as a war is dumb for a countless number of reasons. That said, I’m about to do it. And I’m about to do it for good reason, because the way I use the analogy fits. To win a war, you must win a series of battles. It … Continue reading The Email War (And the Individual Battles You Must Win)
With consumers increasingly expecting personalized marketing messages, columnist Jeff Hirsch predicts that brands’ success will depend on their strategies for data management and one-to-one engagements. Jeff Hirsch on September 24, 2015 People don’t spend money as segments; they make purchase decisions as individuals. Marketers need to reach consumers at this individual level with strategies that … Continue reading Activate Data To Engage The Right Individual
If you are a Google+ user (with Stories enabled) you may see new notifications in Google Now when a new story has been compiled. Greg Finn on April 6, 2015 Last year’s “stories” release from Google+ was a promising feature that helped condense happenings into a simple story. This feature has not only withstood the test of … Continue reading Spotted: Google+ Stories Appearing As Individual Google Now Cards
Twitter is testing ways to give quick access to how well your tweets are performing. Martin Beck on March 2, 2015 Twitter is testing a new analytics feature for individual tweets on Twitter.com, giving quick access to a snapshot of how tweets are performing. Several members of our staff have seen the new wrinkle, a … Continue reading Twitter Experimenting With Analytics For Individual Tweets