Here are three ways marketers can move into new markets while staying true to their core audience. Ben Gibson on May 24, 2019 Two running enthusiasts founded Nike in 1971 and created the first pair of Nike shoes using a waffle iron. Nike has come a long way since then – between the design of … Continue reading Learn how to target adjacent markets with smart risk-taking
Ross Hamer — May 4, 2019 — May 4, 2019 There’s a lot to be learned from mobile games. They’ve got sparking excitement and inspiring customer action down to a science. And by continually adding multiple levels of benefits and incentives to app experiences, and acting on needs at the exact moments that really matter, … Continue reading Build, Measure, and Learn the Live Ops Way
To get started, import a successful Google AdWords campaigns, do your research on keywords and optimize your current bids and budget for Microsoft’s platform. Ronald Dod on May 2, 2019 Note: On April 29, Microsoft announced the rebranding of Bing Ads to Microsoft Ads. Microsoft Ads have always played second fiddle to Google AdWords, and … Continue reading Learn how to get better returns from Microsoft Ads
Here are the steps to define, create and protect your story so that it measures up to the same quality as the products and services you sell. Jason Ocker on April 11, 2019 A digitally transformed organization is a content organization. You now manage a continuum of experiences across an expanding range of digital customer … Continue reading Learn how to discipline your story to serve your digital transformation
Ellie Batchiyska — April 9, 2019 Follow @ElitzaBee — April 9, 2019 Tech startups and peer-to-peer companies aren’t very much alike, but they do have one common denominator: most, if not all, are pioneered by millennial entrepreneurs. And no, this is not another commentary on the many contributions millennials have made to the world of … Continue reading 4 Business Lessons We Can Learn from Millennial Managers
Tessa Flores — April 5, 2019 — April 5, 2019 You’ve probably heard the terms “UI design” and “UX design” before—especially if you’ve been involved with a website redesign. But did you know that these terms aren’t interchangeable? UI and UX design both fall under “web design” and can often overlap and even work together, … Continue reading Is It Necessary for a Web Developer to Learn UI/UX Design?
Sure, it’s the content, stupid. But a strict focus on voice and understanding your audience helped the newsletter company expand into other topic verticals this week. Henry Powderly on March 8, 2019 Morning Brew founders Alex Lieberman (left) and Austin Rief. While marketers of all kinds are laboring over dozens of personas that make up … Continue reading Here’s what email marketers can learn from Morning Brew’s expansion
Sarah Voigtman — February 15, 2019 — February 15, 2019 Today’s marketing campaigns seem to be all about eliciting the most conversation. Social media has become a powerful driver for business success, an idea with which Fortune 500 companies are all too familiar. Over the years, we’ve seen some truly bizarre social media and content … Continue reading Bizarre Brand Hits and Misses – What We Can Learn From Them
Zeeshan Khalid — February 12, 2019 — February 12, 2019 Image Source Every new venture whether it is a service business, an e-commerce startup, a manufacturing company or sales firm, all require proper tools and guidance to penetrate the market and generate revenues. When we think of the most innovative, industry-leading businesses such as Apple, … Continue reading 6 Things Entrepreneurs of 2019 Should Learn from Google’s Online Success
Nikola Roza — February 9, 2019 Follow @NikolaRoza — February 9, 2019 Broken links… the bane of every honest webmaster. The destroyers of websites! Well… not really. But they are worth fixing. And if your site is of: decent age, decent size, or both; you have broken links. And they’re ruining your site’s experience. So … Continue reading Learn How to Find and Fix Broken Links in Your WordPress Site — It’s Worth Doing It!