Anthony Mersino May 7, 2021 Human Resources may not be what comes to mind when you think Agile. In fact, Human Resources is often used as the butt of the joke in many companies. Scott Adams has famously skewered HR many times in the past with Dilbert comic strips like the one below. This view … Continue reading What Would an Agile Human Resources Department Do?
Sara Gelsheimer February 15, 2021 The business community has certainly felt the impact of the pandemic — so much so that the number of active business owners fell by 3.3 million between February and April 2020. That’s a 22% decline, the largest on record. Small businesses were hit the hardest, but nearly half have said … Continue reading If You Were to Fall Ill, Would Your Business Be Set Up for a Successful Transfer?
Veronica Krieg July 27, 2020 Last week, I texted my vet on a Saturday to cancel an appointment for my cat Nacho. Within seconds, I got a response from Julie, the friendly and peppy office manager. It took less than 60 seconds to reach out and get confirmation for my request. At my previous vet’s … Continue reading 3 Facts IT Pros Wish Your Contact Center Would Prioritize on the Hunt for a Better Omnichannel Platform
Jock Breitwieser — April 17, 2020 RyanMcGuire / Pixabay Millions of pieces of new content show up on the Internet every day, but a very small percentage of it ever gets seen by consumers. When it comes to content marketing, no article, video, social media post, or sound clip makes a bit of difference if … Continue reading 5 Tips That Rocky Balboa Would Use for Content Marketing With An Extra Punch
Ad Industry Pushes National Privacy Law, Would Override California Measure by Wendy Davis , Staff Writer @wendyndavis, November 21, 2019 The ad industry on Thursday officially asked Congress to pass a national privacy law that would override state laws, including California’s sweeping Consumer Privacy Act. “Policy affecting the entire consumer economy and consumers nationwide is being … Continue reading Ad Industry Pushes National Privacy Law, Would Override California Measure
Consumers age 18 to 34 are the most open to data sharing. Greg Sterling on October 23, 2019 Two recent surveys sponsored by BritePool show a high level of consumer concern about privacy and, if given the option, that a majority would decline to allow online publishers to sell or transfer their personal information. CCPA, … Continue reading Nearly 90% of consumers would choose ‘do not sell’ personal data under CCPA, study finds
Martin Chuck — October 14, 2019 The average customer often finds different price ranges for website design cost. And this can become overwhelming and unreliable if you’re looking to start your business. The survey conducted by Sacha Greif, a famous designer, developer, and entrepreneur, revealed a comprehensive agreement from over 200+ freelancers. Although surveys are … Continue reading The Comprehensive Guide to How Much Would Design Cost For Your Business
Passage is not guaranteed but it could inspire other local governments to take similar action. Greg Sterling on July 26, 2019 Third party data is increasingly under threat. As one case-in-point, a bill introduced this week would amend the New York City administrative code to prohibit the transfer or sharing of consumer location data with … Continue reading Proposed NYC law would ban sharing of location data within the city
Deanna Ritchie — December 12, 2018 — December 12, 2018 Setting goals is a fairly easy task. However, actually completing these goals is another thing altogether. Then there are all of the suggestions you receive from well-meaning individuals — practically everyday. But one way to discover what is really important today is to see what … Continue reading Calendaring Your Goals — What an Athlete Would Tell You
Google’s John Mueller: One Seasonal URL Would Collect Links All Year by Laurie Sullivan , Staff Writer @lauriesullivan, November 16, 2018 Seasonal landing pages come and go, but reposting old versions of a holiday landing page on a brand’s website could disrupt ranking of that page and the site in Google’s search engine. Google Senior Webmaster … Continue reading Google’s John Mueller: One Seasonal URL Would Collect Links All Year