Tag Archives: people

People choosing trusted brands, but marketers are pulling brand campaigns

Marketers seem to be favoring performance marketing even as brand may be gaining in consumer importance. Greg Sterling on May 1, 2020 Should marketers be investing in top-of-funnel campaigns or performance advertising right now? That question is being hotly debated in a lot of places, including major earnings reports where performance seems to be winning. … Continue reading People choosing trusted brands, but marketers are pulling brand campaigns

How to Improve “People” in Your Triple Bottom Line

Eliza Erskine — April 20, 2020 Most companies recognize employee engagement as vital to their long term success. While “People,” in Triple Bottom Line thinking can include supply chain and community, this blog will focus specifically on employee-related actions you can take to improve your triple bottom line. Items like employee engagement, benefits, and communication … Continue reading How to Improve “People” in Your Triple Bottom Line

People Still Search For Local Businesses, Phone Calls On Rise

People Still Search For Local Businesses, Phone Calls On Rise by Laurie Sullivan  @lauriesullivan, April 17, 2020 Marketers shouldn’t assume local searches have tanked. Data released Friday shows that local impressions fell a mere 10% between mid-January and mid-March. Greg Sterling, VP of insights at Uberall, believes this is due to the management of a … Continue reading People Still Search For Local Businesses, Phone Calls On Rise

5 Tips for Handling Toxic People in the Workplace

Paul Keijzer — March 29, 2020 Nearly every workplace has them – the nitpicking, conniving, mean-spirited, super-competitive people who make work life unbearable. Sometimes hovering in the lunchroom. Sometimes sitting through the meetings. Sometimes roaming around your work station. There’s no escape from these negative people. The stench of their negativity floats across the workplace … Continue reading 5 Tips for Handling Toxic People in the Workplace

How to Encourage People to Share Differing Views at Work

Liz Kislik — March 19, 2020 The Daily Helping podcast’s Dr. Richard Shuster recently asked me if the current polarization in both politics and social media is also making people less willing to hear opposing views at work. I responded that even before the digital age, like-minded people would gather around the proverbial water cooler … Continue reading How to Encourage People to Share Differing Views at Work