Barry Roos January 2, 2021 I recently had a few cases where I had the opportunity to charge for services and projects clients were looking to get done. In each case I had a choice to make. I’d like to think I did the right thing in all 3, though some would disagree. Here are … Continue reading Helping Others Helps Your Business
Weighted Images Pose New Challenge, Slow Load Times For Amazon, Others by Laurie Sullivan @lauriesullivan, April 8, 2020 Weighted images have always slowed web page-load times, but recent data points to issues for specific retailers including Amazon, Costco and The Home Depot. The weightier the image, the less mobile friendly. There are no surprises there, … Continue reading Weighted Images Pose New Challenge, Slow Load Times For Amazon, Others
Email marketing has a high burnout rate so to advance our industry, we must take more responsibility to educate our successors. Ryan Phelan on December 18, 2019 It has been a heck of a year for email marketers – not just professionally but for the industry at large. I’ve worked with an amazing collection of … Continue reading Email marketers: Keep growing, but also take the time to teach others
Yelp Personalizes Local Queries And Results To Gain Lead On Google, Others by Laurie Sullivan , Staff Writer @lauriesullivan, August 27, 2019 Yelp launched a feature in its app on Tuesday that allows users to personalize what they see in the app. Now when two users with different lifestyles open up the Yelp app from the … Continue reading Yelp Personalizes Local Queries And Results To Gain Lead On Google, Others
Mayo Oshin — July 5, 2019 Follow @mayowaoshin — July 5, 2019 In 2011, Mina Cikara, a social psychologist at Harvard University, recruited 18 hardcore baseball fans who supported either the Red Sox or Yankees—arguably the fiercest rivalry in American sports. 1 Cikara, Mina; Botvinick, Matthew M.; Fiske, Susan T. (2011-03-01). “Us Versus Them Social … Continue reading The Envy Trap: Why We Compare Ourselves to Others and How to Stop It
Elliot Begoun — July 3, 2019 Follow @intertwinegroup — July 3, 2019 After 30 years, I am still a student of the Natural Products Industry. One with many questions that remain unanswered. Questions such as, what drives some people to take on the inherent risks of entrepreneurship? Most of us see needs unmet or problems … Continue reading Why Do Some Take Action While Others Stop at an Idea?
James Potter — February 12, 2019 Follow @thelinkedinman — February 12, 2019 Whilst you can see your own picture when you look at your own profile not everyone else can necessarily. I’ve recently spotted quite a few profiles where you cannot see the photograph until you have connected to them, but with that comes a … Continue reading Has Your Picture Disappeared to Others on LinkedIn?
Stephanie Ockerman — January 8, 2019 Follow @thetravelchica — January 8, 2019 Now that we’ve covered the essentials of self-organization and intrinsic motivation, let’s dive into how you make decisions that enable and empower others. There is no recipe to follow. There is no map to navigate. You need a compass because your actions must … Continue reading Servant Leadership 101: Empower and Enable Others – Part 2
Google, Facebook, Others Pitch In-App Ads’ Brand Safety by Laurie Sullivan @lauriesullivan, March 15, 2018 Many more major brands are pumping big advertising dollars into mobile games, pushing Google, Facebook and others into the in-app gaming ad space. Some believe this is in response to brands searching for a secure, safe place to run video … Continue reading Google, Facebook, Others Pitch In-App Ads’ Brand Safety
Brooke B. Sellas — August 30, 2017 Follow @madSMscientist — August 30, 2017 Brand accountability is a growing trend with how consumers are using social media today. This means your worst brand behavior is paraded online for potential customers to consume. How is this impacting your brand reputation and purchasing decisions from would-customers? We’re dissecting … Continue reading How Millennials (And Others) Use Social Media For Brand Accountability