How ‘Free’ Killed Video, And What We Can Do To Save It by Steven Rosenbaum , Featured Contributor, November 20, 2017 On Feb. 14, 2005, three partners gathered at a pizza parlor in San Mateo, Calif. Like most startups, they’d found a problem they wanted to solve. They were making videos with their friends of … Continue reading How ‘Free’ Killed Video, And What We Can Do To Save It
by Paul Trujillo Follow @TruPaultxSeptember 20, 2016 The mundane, laborious tasks of poring over inventory, tracking goods, recording sales, restocking shelves in a timely manner, and predicting future demands have never been popular activities for those running businesses—especially as their day-to-day challenges grow. As a result, we see over and over again, supply chains destroyed … Continue reading 6 Times Horrific Inventory Control Almost Killed These Companies
by Jenny Prikockis December 13, 2015December 13, 2015 Most people’s email inboxes are packed with notices about upcoming promotions and weekly newsletters, among all of the other social and corporate communications that take priority. And with average open rates as low as 10% in some industries, the subject line is incrementally responsible for permeating the … Continue reading 5 Email Subject Lines That Killed the Sale
Gavin O’Malley @mp_gavin, June 12, 2015 While top brands have been slow to evolve, they insist that the days of last-touch attribution are numbered. The Home Depot is a case in point. Though it’s still stuck in last-touch limbo, that’s finally changing, according to Sean Kainec, Senior Manager of Search Engine Optimization at the home … Continue reading Can Last-Click Attribution Be Killed?