What are investors expecting from Indian startups in 2019? -

What are investors expecting from Indian startups in 2019? 2018 may not have been as bullish as 2015. In the new year, what will investors sentiment be for startups and entrepreneurs?
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Susannah Macmillan says she'll run for city commission, fight for schools - Brentwood Home Page

Susannah Macmillan says she'll run for city commission, fight for schools   Brentwood Home Page PHOTO: Brentwood resident Susannah Macmillan speaks with friends and relatives at the Williamson County election commission office in Franklin on ...
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My Money Blog Portfolio Asset Allocation and Performance Tracking, Year-End 2018

Here’s my final quarterly portfolio update for Q4 2018. This is how I track my real-world holdings, including 401k/403b/IRAs and taxable brokerage accounts but excluding our house, cash reserves, and a few side investments. The goal of this portfolio is to create enough income to cover our household expenses. As of 2018, we are “semi-retired” and have started spending a portion of our dividends and interest from this portfolio. Actual Asset Allocation and Holdings I use both Personal Capit...
Tags: Retirement, Goals, Marketing, US, Investing, Vanguard, Holdings, US China, WisdomTree, US Small Cap Value, US Real Estate REIT Bonds Breakdown, US Treasury Inflation Protected Bonds, US Small Value and Emerging Markets, Foreign Developed, Vanguard LifeStrategy Growth Fund

Job - Ability - Digital Marketing Coordinator

Ability - Digital Marketing Coordinator [Author: Ryan May | @MNPR]
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GLAD gives a reason to smile about garbage (2019) - extended edits

Household No one likes to think about garbage. If garbage is on your mind, it probably means something went wrong, and you’ve got a huge mess on your hands. Read more... [[ This is a content summary only. Visit my website for full links, other content, and more! ]]
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Daily Search Forum Recap: January 2, 2019

Here is a recap of what happened in the search forums today...
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Applying for the Google Sydney tech writing role? Some hints from me

Google currently has an open role for a technical writer in the Sydney office. See the job posting. Here are a few thoughts, from me as a tech writer at Google in Sydney, on how you can prepare to apply for the role. A note up front: These hints come from me personally, as a […]
Tags: Google, Interview, Seo, Sydney, Application, Technical Communication, Technical Documentation, Technical Writing, Google Sydney

Build Experiences, Not Products

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Getting Started with SEO for 2019: Essential Tools

Last updated on January 3, 2019 at 06:44 am 2019 promises to become another big year in the world of SEO. With new updates and strategies on their way, the world of search looks to become bigger than ever before. With that in mind, it is never too late to get your start into SEO, as the number of resources available for you to learn more about it is plentiful across the internet. (P.S.: You can take a look at our previous articles to learn about the basics) One of the most important things ...
Tags: Google, Seo, Google Analytics, Frog, Seo Tools, Google Search Console, Ahrefs, Best SEO Tools, Best SEO Strategies 2019, SEO 2019, Best SEO Tools 2019, SEO Tools 2019, Google Analytics Search Console Google, Google Ahrefs Keyword

Picking Up Steam Now: The Bath

For a new generation, the tub is a place to rest, heal and get arty.
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Google Refutes Claims That Users Can’t Recognize Paid Search Results by @MattGSouthern

A Google engineer has refuted claims that most people cannot tell the difference between paid and organic search results.The post Google Refutes Claims That Users Can’t Recognize Paid Search Results by @MattGSouthern appeared first on Search Engine Journal.
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McCann Hires Former J. Walter Thompson Creative Chief to Lead Global Healthcare Network

McCann Health, the global healthcare division of IPG's McCann Worldgroup, has hired Matt Eastwood to serve as chief creative officer across its 60 offices in 20 countries around the world. Eastwood was most recently worldwide CCO at WPP's J. Walter Thompson before parting ways with the agency as it very publicly announced it would be...
Tags: Advertising, WPP, McCann, IPG, Eastwood, Walter Thompson, J Walter Thompson, McCann Worldgroup, Matt Eastwood, McCann Health, Leadership & Talent, Global Healthcare Network

Here’s What 7 Cannes Lions Jury Presidents Will Look For in 2019

While it's yet to be seen how specific industry predictions will present themselves at the Cannes Lions this June, it's clear that this year's jury presidents have their eyes, ears and brains trained on what could emerge as Grand Prix victors. Listening to jury presidents share their experiences with their judging colleagues during the festival...
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Why your Hotel should offer a Travel Packing Checklist and Best Tips for Packing

Are your Hotel offering Travel Packing Checklist, best tips for packing or basic hacks for travelers? Travelers have a lot to consider when determining what to bring on their jour: the type and length of their trip, itinerary, the weather, the size of their luggage, and any weight limits imposed by the mode of transportation. And with so many factors at play, it’s easy to overpack or underpack, especially if they waited until the last minute. Hotel Packing Cubes and Dopp Kits Working in Hotel...
Tags: Facebook, Hotels, Social Media, Seo, Social Media Marketing, Hotel, Killarney, Dopp, Mari Smith, Travel Packing, Social Media Community, Morch, Founders Media Click Here, Social Media Mastery for Hotels, Facebook Group Hospitality Gone Social Click Here, Social Media Mastery for Hotel

Advice for Digital Marketing Rookies

Marketing newcomers are confused by a growing number of channels and technologies. Their audiences are living in more places and they need to manage a fractured set of communities with no increase in budget or people, but an expected increase in performance. There is no single channel marketer anymore. The solution? It’s not more software, but training up on how to manage multiple channels with less time. Understand the basics before you increase complexity. The idea of a “digital consumer” is n...
Tags: Facebook, Marketing, Sales, Linkedin, Nike, Ppc, Digital Marketing, Google Facebook, Jack Daniel, Brown Forman, Greg Gifford, HubSpot Academy, Bastian Grimm, Digital Marketing Rookies, SEMRush Academy

2018 The Stories that Shaped the Year – Evolution, Revolution and Innovation

2018 was a watershed year for Private Brand and a great year for My Private Brand, readership and subscribers grew significantly making the site the most widely read daily Private Brand site in the world. The Vertex Awards celebrated its 5th anniversary with a record number of entries. The Velocity Conference dodged a hurricane and still saw 25% growth and we announced the expansion of the Velocity Conference to Europe in 2019. We continued to push the envelope with first to market stories, insi...
Tags: Amazon, Europe, Featured, Walmart, Aldi, New York Times, Asda, North America, Sam, Costco, Branding, Kroger, Bentonville Arkansas, Hy Vee, Albert Heijn, Simple Truth

PB Careers: Fair Trade USA – Business Development Specialist – Private Label, CPGs

Location: Oakland, CA Job Term: Regular Duration: Full-time Description Overview of Position We are looking for a dynamic team member to support private label manufacturers and grow sales of private label Fair Trade Certified consumer packaged goods to increase our positive impact on farmers and workers in agricultural supply chains.  As a Business Development Specialist, you will (a) manage and develop existing partnerships with key private label manufacturers, (b) cultivate new partnerships by...
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From Products to Relationships in 2019 and Beyond

In a world of easy digital engagement, way too many businesses rely on digital gimmickry to sell products and services. We’ve got tidal waves of unwanted email messages, junk “news” with click-bait headlines, and social networking serving up ads instead of friends. This transactional approach doesn’t work so well these days. Instead, in 2019 and beyond, we’ve got to focus on building relationships.
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The Mediaverse Continues Its Sharp Decline; Adpulp Continues To Climb

For a century or more, advertising and journalism have been two separate but closely related industries. Advertising and journalism needed each other. Now that it’s 2019, is this still true? Or have the two industries morphed into a grotesque new ad tech-dependent creature? Whatever the answer, both industries are losing so much ground so fast […] The post The Mediaverse Continues Its Sharp Decline; Adpulp Continues To Climb appeared first on Adpulp.
Tags: Advertising, Data, Pr, Media Trends, Industry Analysis, The Trades

Best Longform of 2018

If you’re not a regular reader of my site, please do me a favor and subscribe to the email (it comes infrequently — whenever I add a post here). I write about business, technology, history, mental models (a lot of those), and all the random interesting stuff I’m reading about. It’s a hodge-podge and I hope you’ll enjoy. At the beginning of last year I decided I was going to spend more time reading books in 2018. I set myself a goal of 30 on Goodreads and blew past that by year end. While it f...
Tags: New York, Isis, Hollywood, London, Buzzfeed, Washington Post, Senate, Islamic State, Iraq, New York City, Uncategorized, America, Seo, Earth, Bbc, Ford

CBS’ Ratings Deal With Nielsen Expires, Complicating Network’s Advertising Buys

A day and a half after CBS and Nielsen's contract expired, the companies still haven't agreed on a new deal--and buyers told Adweek they are trying to determine how the dispute will affect their current ad inventory on the network. CBS and Nielsen have been negotiating for six months on a new contract, but failed...
Tags: Advertising, Cbs, Nielsen, Adweek, Programming & Performance, Nielsen Expires Complicating Network

Mar Tech and Data Dominated M&A in 2018 as Traditional Agency Acquisitions Slowed

Consulting firm R3's mergers and acquisitions report for 2018 shows a rise in mar-tech and data buys and a decrease in those targeting agencies. The report's 15 "big spenders" last year were also less traditional, with "mar-tech companies and unconventional buyers," such as Adobe and Alibaba, leading the total 465 deals worldwide. R3 still classified...
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Equinox Uses Artful New Short Film to Reclaim Its Status as the Original Lifestyle Brand

New year, new you, new Equinox campaign. The lifestyle brand typically capitalizes on the start of a new year, when people are set on making resolutions like getting into shape and going to the gym, to launch a striking ad campaign. For 2019, Equinox is taking a slightly tamer approach with a short film that...
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25 Marketing Pros Share Their Three Best Marketing Tools

What do other marketing professionals use to improve their marketing results? I used the prompt as inspiration for my last blog post where I shared podcasting, websites and email marketing. After reading the other 24 answers from other marketing professionals, I discover that I took the word “tool” much broader than they did. The vast majority named a website that they found helpful, rather than a deliverable. I am surprised that I was one of the few who answered with more of a category. Thanks ...
Tags: Google, Facebook, Pinterest, Marketing, Google Analytics, Google Trends, Branding, Hunter, Linky, Mill, Followerwonk Twitter, Google Docs Spreadsheet, Leopardots, Jacob Lordi, Agency Analytics, Rocketreach

AT&T Shows What’s Wrong With Settling for Just an ‘OK’ Network

Oftentimes just OK is just not an option. AT&T's "Just OK Is Not OK" campaign, which is centered around a series of humorous broadcast ads voiced by Leslie Jones, demonstrates the importance of not settling for just OK. In "Tattoo," for example, an artist tells a man getting his first tattoo that he's "one of...
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Originality is overrated

Never thought I would start my first blog of 2019 with this controversial post title. When I first read the line in an old review by Terry Teachout in the Wall Street Journal, I immediately felt my hackles rise. (No, I am not even sure what a “hackle” is, and why they never seem to fall, only rise.) A firm believer in the strength and power of originality, I couldn’t understand how it could ever be overrated. Mr. Teachout then continued, “Even the most hackneyed-sounding plot can be made fresh ...
Tags: Business, Advertising, Marketing, Sales, Creativity, Ideas, Humor, Weddings, Wall Street Journal, Good Ideas, Terry Teachout, Teachout, Jay H Heyman, Father of the Bride

Is the Tech Industry the New Coal Mine?

Recently there has been a lot of talk about the working environment in the tech industry. Video game developers being forced to work 80 or more hours a week to keep their job. Collusion among big tech companies to keep the salaries down. The list goes on and on. There is even talk of unions forming. You know what I am pretty sure of. The white collar workers don’t go on strike. At least, I have never heard of that happening. A few years ago, after feeling pushed around at a development job I w...
Tags: Work, Seo, Skynet, Cto

Google Feed Rules Offer Value, but Can’t Replace Enterprise Options

Not long ago, Google launched a feed management support tool within the Google Merchant Center, making it easier for users to optimize data feeds used for Google Shopping and Express. The latest feature can be found in the Merchant Center by navigating to products > feeds > clicking on an active feed file > and finally, rules. These features allow for feed manipulations of any of the fields Google recognizes within its product data specifications.  This tool offers a variety of options to prepe...
Tags: Google, Sem, Merkle, Merchant Center, Google Merchant Center

Woman finds wedding ring in new Instant Pot, tracks down owner on social media

Instant Pots make a great Christmas gift, but one woman opened hers to discover someone else's wedding ring inside. Through the power of social media, she was able to return to the ring to its proper owner. The post Woman finds wedding ring in new Instant Pot, tracks down owner on social media appeared first on Digital Trends.
Tags: News, Christmas, Trends, Social Media, Smart Home, Instant Pot, Wedding Ring

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