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I have kept a journal on an irregular basis since I was about 10 years old.  I don’t claim any sort of amazing foresight or discipline in doing this.  I’d attribute it mainly to the fact that I talk a lot but can also (sometimes) recognize when I’ve finally worn my listeners out.  I probably turned at age 10 to writing in a journal to spill out the REST of my thoughts.  Whether that lessened my verbal output is doubtful, but on and off I’ve kept it up over the years and that has provided a lot o...
Tags: Facebook, General, Writing, Marketing, Mindfulness, Journals, Oscar Wilde, Journalling, Facebook Journaling


EU Copyright Directive and lessons from the Sony Betamax – Divij Joshi

By Divij Joshi In the beginning, there was the Sony Betamax. The grandfather of recording technologies, one of the first devices to allow home video recording on tapes, overcame significant legal hurdles to even get into the market. The Betamax was taken all the way to the US Supreme Court by movie... ...
Tags: Travel, News, Social Media, Eu, European Union, Copyright, Content, US supreme court, Views, Sony Betamax, Divij Joshi


AMP for Email, and Manure Management

In this Marketing Over Coffee: Learn about Superpowered Email, Two Camera Shoots, Podcast Transcripts, and more! Direct Link to File Brought to you by our sponsor: LinkedIn and Trust Insights Get the AI Transcription Goofs from The Marketing Over Coffee Playbook! Thanks to Kerry and Katie for April Fool’s, and again to John Blue for manure management AMP for Email The Shopify/Mailchimp/Klaviyo triangle Chris archiving with Amazon Glacier using the Freeze App 8:22 LinkedIn Marketing...
Tags: Podcast, Marketing, Linkedin, Ireland, Kerry, Chris, Bernie, Katie, John Blue, LinkedIn Marketing Solutions, Amazon Glacier, Apple Pay Google, Marketing Over Coffee Newsletter, Coffee Listeners, Osmo Pocket, Trust Insights Apple TV Airpods


Global Business Printer Market Professional Survey Report 2019 - Honest Businessman

Global Business Printer Market Professional Survey Report 2019   Honest Businessman Vendors in this industry largely engage in printing on textile and apparel products, metal, glass, paper, and plastic, and provide after-sales support services such ...
Tags: Seo


Digital Addiction Getting You Down? Try an Analog Cure

Administering this cure isn’t easy, but it’s worth the effort.
Tags: News, Social Media, Browsing, Declutter


The Ultimate Guide To Robo-Advisors And Automated Investing Services

If you want to use an automated investing service, this ultimate guide to robo-advisors can help you find the best robo-advisor for you. Let's roboinvest! The post The Ultimate Guide To Robo-Advisors And Automated Investing Services appeared first on Bible Money Matters and was written by Kevin Mercadante. Copyright © Bible Money Matters - please visit biblemoneymatters.com for more great content.
Tags: Marketing, Investing, Novideo, Kevin Mercadante, Robo-advisors


Aldi Commercial Humorously Touts 400 Awards

    The latest humorous commercial in discount grocer Aldi’s “Shop Differentli” campaign features a Father and Son At a science fair, the father takes the time to instill a lesson in his son that not everyone can win like private brand at ALDI. “Their products have won over 400 awards for quality.” While he says he did a good job on his solar system model, it’s not as good as Cooper’s version, which rotates. Luckily, the boy was able to beat out the person stationed next to him. You just...
Tags: Featured, Aldi, Grocery, Branding, Cooper


Every Brand Purpose Must Be Defended

Shaping, guiding and controlling brand story used to be much simpler. In the “read-only” society (a term I learned from Geoff Colon) brands communicated and people could only listen. But today, everyone is a publisher. Customers can be a participant. They can share their opinions whether based on truth or something else. All of this can quickly transmogrify into volatile resentment that can send stock prices plummeting and wipe millions of dollars off the value of a brand in the span of 24 ho...
Tags: US, Bloomberg, New York Times, Patagonia, Vanessa Friedman, Branding, Brand Purpose, Geoff Colon, Gwynedd Stuart in Los Angeles Magazine


Ad industry groups band together to influence Congress on data privacy

Five of the ad industry’s largest trade bodies have banded together to create “Privacy for America,” a coalition that aims to sway Congress in creating federal legislation on consumer data privacy. The trade bodies -- which include the 4A's, Association of National Advertisers , Digital Advertising Alliance, Interactive Advertising Bureau  and Network Advertising Initiative -- are in a race to influence Congress in how lawmakers create federal guidelines surrounding user data for digita...
Tags: Amazon, Facebook, Congress, California, Advertising, America, European Union, Coalition, U S State, Cambridge Analytica, Data Protection Bureau, Google Facebook AT T Hearst Conde Nast Disney CBS, FTC the Federal Trade Commission


3 Benefits to Using Adelaide’s Property Market Valuation

If you’re looking for an expert team of property valuers operating around Adelaide, then it’s important to do your homework first. Property valuation is an essential engagement for lenders, home buyers and sellers as well – it allows all involved stakeholders to unearth the fair market value of a particular property. There are four essential elements that determine the value of properties around Adelaide: demand, scarcity, utility and transferability. The property in question must provide eno...
Tags: Real Estate, Marketing, Adelaide


Top 20 Innovation Articles of February 2019

Drum roll please… At the beginning of each month we will profile the twenty posts from the previous month that generated the most traffic to Innovation Excellence. We also publish a weekly Top 8 as part of our FREE email newsletter. Did your favorite make the cut? But enough delay, here are February’s twenty most ...
Tags: Ipad, Mobile, Leadership, Kindle, Marketing, Strategy, Social Media, Management, Change, Innovation, Tablets, Nook, Top 10, Most Popular, Feature Of The Week, Top 20


Top 20 Innovation Articles of February 2018

Drum roll please… At the beginning of each month we will profile the twenty posts from the previous month that generated the most traffic to Innovation Excellence. We also publish a weekly Top 8 as part of our FREE email newsletter. Did your favorite make the cut? But enough delay, here are February’s twenty most ...
Tags: Ipad, Mobile, Leadership, Kindle, Marketing, Strategy, Social Media, Management, Change, Innovation, Tablets, Nook, Top 10, Most Popular, Top 20


What Will Breaking Up Big Tech Take—and Could It Spell Disaster for Marketers?

Big Tech is now more than just big. It's mammoth--and continuing to thrive. Facebook and Google already account for more than 60 percent of digital ad spend in the U.S. Then there's Amazon, which already dominates nearly 50 percent of the U.S. ecommerce market. It's the duopoly's biggest digital advertising competitor at less than 7...
Tags: Google, Amazon, Facebook, Advertising, Magazine


Burger King follows Dolce & Gabbana with chopsticks ad blunder

Burger King is the latest brand to spark criticism on social media with an ad depicting diners struggling to eat western food with chopsticks. The fast-food chain showed a video clip of diners trying to eat its new “Vietnamese Sweet Chilli Tendercrisp Burger” with large red chopsticks. Social media users say the ad, which was posted on Instagram, is culturally insensitive and plays to stereotypes. It included the caption: “Take your taste buds all the way to Ho Chi Minh City.” The ad was l...
Tags: Asia, China, Advertising, New Zealand, Burger King, Ho Chi Minh City, Dolce Gabbana, Tim Hortons, FTI, Dolce, Restaurant Brands International Inc, Brent McGoldrick


Chiropractic Marketing: The Definitive Guide for 2019

This is the most comprehensive chiropractic marketing guide you’ll find on the planet for 2019. And the best part? It’ll show you techniques for chiropractic marketing that are working right now. In short: if you want better results from your chiropractic marketing efforts, you’ll love this guide. Just make sure you read it in its entirety because it’ll show you how to solve your new patient dilemma once and for all. And here’s some encouragement — it only takes three steps to implement. Yep! Y...
Tags: Seo, Chiropractic Marketing


Vimeo’s Kathleen Barrett on How Subscriptions Have Fostered Opportunities for Creators and Fans

Kathleen Barrett loves watching good video--and helping people making it. As svp of enterprise and creator success at Vimeo, Barrett leads strategy, growth and business for Vimeo's enterprise business. Barrett oversees Vimeo's OTT and live video tools, from the subscription video product creators rely on to the OTT channels publishers launch, to make sure they're...
Tags: Advertising, Magazine, Vimeo, Barrett, Leadership & Talent, Kathleen Barrett, Vimeo Barrett


At Elevate: A.I., Adweek Gathered Marketers, Technologists and Futurists to Discuss the Tech’s Influence

Artificial intelligence was elevated at Carnegie Hall in New York on March 21, when Adweek brought together experts to discuss the ever-growing impact AI has on the marketing ecosystem. Check out the best shots from the day, as well as Adweek's upcoming events, if you want in on the action. Ricky Ray Butler (c.), CEO,...
Tags: New York, General, Advertising, Magazine, Adweek, Carnegie Hall, Ricky Ray Butler


Adweek’s CMTO Awards Celebrate the Top Trailblazing Marketers

Each year, Adweek honors the top CMTOs leading the charge on digital transformation and redefining the traditional approach to marketing by infusing it with tech-savvy solutions. This year's awards took place on March 15 in New York and were presented by RTL/Ad Connect. Check out the best shots from the day, as well as Adweek's...
Tags: New York, Advertising, Magazine, Adweek, RTL, Awards & Recognition


How a Nightmare Neurotoxin Became the Beloved Botox

The story tore across media outlets all over the world last year. In Saudi Arabia, a dozen camels had been disqualified from a beauty contest at the King Abdulaziz Camel Festival. A story that ran in The National, a paper published out of the United Arab Emirates, revealed that a crooked veterinarian had been caught...
Tags: General, Saudi Arabia, Advertising, Magazine, United Arab Emirates, Perspective


My Top 5: Gone-gle+, I’m on a List, and Astroweeding

Google+, We Hardly Knew (What To Do With) Ye That disturbance in the Force you felt last week was the sound of thousands (millions?) of dormant Google+ accounts crying out, then falling forever silent. Google+, as of April 2, is no more. Yes, some of us mocked Google+ on its launch, but we tried it out anyway. Speaking for myself, my skepticism was based on part on the over-enthusiastic response by some consultants in the industry to a brand-new platform that nobody was yet using (or in ...
Tags: Google, Facebook, Massachusetts, Toronto, Social Media, Pr, Lee Odden, Instead Google


The Onion gets a new owner

Great Hill Partners, a private equity firm, bought The Onion from Univision Communications Inc. Plus, the firm bought several other Gawker Media properties, including Gizmodo, Deadspin and Jezebel, to Great Hill Partners. Great Hill Partners has enlisted veteran digital editor Jim Spanfeller to run the new outfit. Spanfeller once headed Forbes.com and went on to build a digital content company that he sold to Tronc Inc.—not an intentionally satirical name itself, and later changed back to Tri...
Tags: Google, Advertising, The Onion, Gawker, Gawker Media, Forbes, Univision, Univision Communications Inc, Facebook Inc, Tribune Publishing, BuzzFeed Inc, tronc Inc, Vice Media Inc, Jim Spanfeller, Spanfeller, Gizmodo Deadspin


Heat, Bought by Deloitte, Sent Doughnuts and Aspirin to Droga5 After Accenture Acquisition

Creative agencies owned by consultancies are part of a growing club, which isn't to say they're on the same side. In fact, it likely makes them doubly competitive, with rivalries extending all the way from the pitch team to the parent company. That's why it was nice to see a goodwill gesture from one consultancy-owned...
Tags: Advertising, AdFreak, Deloitte Sent Doughnuts, Accenture Acquisition


Cash Flow Is The Lifeblood of Every Small Business

Editor’s Note: This is a sponsored post. In the United States, small businesses comprise 99% of all businesses and employ 60 million people, or nearly half of the private workforce. Despite the prevalence of small business, did you know that just one-half of all small businesses survive five years or more, and that just one-third […] The post Cash Flow Is The Lifeblood of Every Small Business appeared first on Adpulp.
Tags: Small Business, Advertising, United States, Sponsored Content


Cash Flow Is The Life of Every Small Business

Editor’s Note: This is a sponsored post. In the United States, small businesses comprise 99% of all businesses and employ 60 million people, or nearly half of the private workforce. Despite the prevalence of small business, did you know that just one-half of all small businesses survive five years or more, and that just one-third […] The post Cash Flow Is The Life of Every Small Business appeared first on Adpulp.
Tags: Small Business, Advertising, United States, Sponsored Content


First Lady's memoir, Becoming, set to break genre's bestselling record - The Ticker

First Lady's memoir, Becoming, set to break genre's bestselling record   The Ticker The Obamas may have departed from the White House, but the remnants of their impact remain across the country. Many still consider former First Lady Michelle ...
Tags: White House, Seo, Obamas


Facebook Bans Canadian White Nationalist Groups and Pages After Backlash

Facebook is banning six Canadian white nationalist groups and personalities, the company said today, marking a reversal of a decision last week to let a video espousing white nationalist talking points remain on the site. The ban will affect four far-right white nationalist groups (including the Canadian Nationalist Front and Soldiers of Odin) and two...
Tags: Facebook, General, Advertising, Facebook Bans Canadian White Nationalist Groups, Nationalist Front and Soldiers of Odin


Michael Schwimmer Exits Fuse Media After 16 Years

Michael Schwimmer, president and CEO of Fuse Media, has resigned from his role and will be replaced in the interim by Mike Roggero, the current COO/CFO of the company. Schwimmer did not say where he would be heading next. His leave comes after being with the company for 16 years. "I am excited about what's...
Tags: Advertising, Schwimmer, Streaming & OTT, Fuse Media, Publishers & Platforms, Michael Schwimmer, Mike Roggero


How Aviation Gin Toppled Marketing Giants to Win Adweek’s March Adness Bracket

They entered the tournament the ultimate underdogs, but somehow the scrappy team at Aviation Gin defied their 16th-seed ranking and took home the championship in Adweek's first March Adness bracketed tournament to name today's top advertiser. Truly a Ginderella story for the ages, Aviation faced off against a litany of today's biggest and best marketers--Burger...
Tags: Advertising, Aviation, Adweek, Challenger Brands, Aviation Gin, Aviation Gin Toppled Marketing Giants, Win Adweek


How can home warranties help me save money

So, you just bought a cute character home in a central neighbourhood. Tree-lined streets, beautiful architecture and a short commute to work – what’s not to like about that? Enjoy the honeymoon while it lasts – a few years in, you might be longing for a newly-built suburban house.Once a structure passes its tenth birthday, its systems and appliances start to have issues. In a house older than that, improper maintenance can cause problems that will wreck your finances. For instance, asbestos reme...
Tags: Texas, Savings, Marketing, Earth, Federal Reserve, Landmark Home Warranty, Select Home Warranty, Gold and Platinum, Trustpilot Google


How Google, Facebook & Twitter Failed to Reduce the Appearance of Fake News

The European Commission (EC) has taken issue with Google, Facebook and Twitter and the actions taken thus far to eliminate the appearance of Fake News on their platforms.  The EC accuses all three of failing to act quickly to remove ‘fake news’ in a series of reports published last week. In October, 2018, Google, Facebook and Twitter were asked by the European Union to remove the spread of disinformation across their channels ahead of key European elections.  All 3 signed the code of practice to...
Tags: Google, Facebook, Twitter, Seo, Eu, European Union, Canada, EC, Digital Marketing, Reuters, Toronto Ontario, Google Facebook, Facebook Google, European Commission EC, FactCheck, Google Twitter Facebook



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