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Your LinkedIn Indifference May Leave Your Company in The Dust

Colleen McKenna — January 16, 2020 Or, at a minimum, your indifference may leave you further behind your peers and competitors, period. Think about your competitors and peers who embraced LinkedIn and social media with an adventurous mindset, an eye on their best candidates and customers, and interest in learning the nuances of the platforms … Continue reading Your LinkedIn Indifference May Leave Your Company in The Dust

Time to leave last touch attribution in the dust? Answer these 4 questions first

The days of last touch attribution may be numbered. Here’s what retail marketers need to consider before making the switch to a multi-touch model. Mike Farrell on March 20, 2019 at 11:11 am Retail marketers have debated the end of last touch attribution for over a decade now. In today’s omnichannel marketing world, where consumers … Continue reading Time to leave last touch attribution in the dust? Answer these 4 questions first

Don’t Leave Money On the Table! 3 Ways to Maximize Passive Income

Karen Repoli — August 17, 2018 Follow @karenrepoli — August 17, 2018 Stellar virtual assistants are able to look at a company objectively, ask pertinent questions, and guide the owner through the process of creating a plan for sound infrastructure and daily management. Consider a virtual assistant your objective, knowledgeable third party, the one who … Continue reading Don’t Leave Money On the Table! 3 Ways to Maximize Passive Income

How to Update Your Job Experience on LinkedIn When You Leave A Company

Sarah Bentley — August 8, 2018 — August 8, 2018 When an employee leaves their job, the last thing that they probably think about is updating their current role listed on their LinkedIn profile. If an employee forgets to end their current job experience with an employer and they are linked to the employer’s Company … Continue reading How to Update Your Job Experience on LinkedIn When You Leave A Company

Advertisers didn’t leave YouTube, and they won’t leave Facebook

Is Facebook in serious trouble with advertisers over data practices revealed in the Cambridge Analytica scandal? Contributor Nate Elliott expects the controversy to eventually blow over. Nate Elliott on March 27, 2018   Advertisers are threatening to leave Facebook because of the Cambridge Analytica scandal. But nothing makes advertisers stop buying successful ads. As long … Continue reading Advertisers didn’t leave YouTube, and they won’t leave Facebook