Arik Hanson — February 7, 2020 Last fall, Popeye’s trolled Chick-Fil-A on Twitter into helping it launch its new chicken sandwich that ended up selling out and causing gun play in stores. Then, Netflix asked brands for their best x-rated sex tweet in what might be the very best Twitter thread of all time. And … Continue reading #RIPeanut Highlights Brand-to-Brand Trend Actually May Be Working on Twitter
In 2019, we’ll see more brands increasingly turn to digital ad agencies and tech consultants nimble enough to act as an extension to their internal teams. Clint Tasset on February 6, 2019 As the advertising industry evolves, and brands look to have more ownership of their data and measurement, big media holding companies have struggled … Continue reading The in-housing trend is all about data
Joseph Chukwube — December 22, 2018 Follow @josephchukwube — December 22, 2018 Alongside increased confidentiality and minimized taxes, there are a lot of other benefits associated with opening up an offshore company. Although the key reason most people prefer opening up offshore companies is the tax effectiveness, below are other benefits that serve as an … Continue reading 8 Reasons Why Businesses are Adopting the Trend of Opening an Offshore Company
David Kiger — January 31, 2018 Follow @davidkiger — January 31, 2018 New small business owners may find themselves so consumed by the day-to-day operations and the efforts required in leading such an endeavor that taking time for future planning may seem next to impossible. But it’s worth paying attention to business trends: what’s … Continue reading Trend Spotting: What Small Business Owners Can Look for in 2018
Here’s a partial list of the hidden consequences inside some of the biggest trends in 2017. Barry Levine on December 28, 2017 It’s like when you stand against the waves at the beach. You’re prepared for the really big ones, and you can spot them a mile away. They grow, arrive, you’re ready, and … Continue reading It’s not the trend that you need to watch for. It’s the trend inside the trend.
Nicole Blanckenberg — September 21, 2017 Follow @https://twitter.com/StoreYaCom — September 21, 2017 Conversational commerce is so hot right now. We touched on this back in April, with the rise of Facebook bots. But it’s Facebook Ads’ newest development, Messenger Ads, that is taking conversational commerce and personal service to the next level. Instead of waiting … Continue reading Hot eCommerce Marketing Trend: Facebook Messenger Ads
Ivan Ivanov — August 18, 2017 — August 18, 2017 Machine learning is slowly transforming the way we interact with visual content. When you type “beach” in your Google Photos, the Assistant will find and show you all the photos from your summer holidays. But among them, there will be a few images that shouldn’t … Continue reading Should I Use A Unique Hashtag Or Jump On A Trend For My Instagram Campaign?
Arik Hanson — May 22, 2017 — May 22, 2017 We’ve all heard about the “storification” (yeah, I just made that word up) of the social web and how it represents the future of social. And how companies should start paying attention because “stories” are the new news feed (that’s questionable at best, in my … Continue reading Trend: Repurposing Snapchat Stories Across Other Social Media Channels
Amanda Clark — May 3, 2017 Follow @GrammarChicInc— May 3, 2017 People today are more connected than ever. Social media and technology are booming. Need to get information to someone? Text, email, or put it on the Cloud. But what do these digital trends mean for resumes? Are the days of traditional resumes gone, replaced … Continue reading Are Resumes A Dying Trend?
by Brian Brinkmann Follow @BrianFBrinkmannSeptember 11, 2016 Every business must find ways to grow revenue. Usually, companies expand revenue by selling more or finding more to sell. Pretty simple, right? Wrong. Companies spend dearly to market products and create branding to differentiate their product benefits, increase market share, and command higher prices – in other … Continue reading The Latest Trend in Product Line Extension: Become a Software Company