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How to Save Money on Childcare

Both of my kids are at a full-day camp this week and the house is soooo empty and quiet! They went out since 8 in the morning and won’t be back until 5 pm today. Thinking back, the kids haven’t been away while we were home for that many hours since my oldest was a full-day preschool. After all, I work at home, and paying for after-school care seems wasteful. And let me tell you. In at least six years, I haven’t had this much time in my life. I had time to enjoy my lunch without interruptions. ...
Tags: Hong Kong, Family, Marketing, Frugal Living, Biden, Irs, Bay Area, Southern California, Don, Kids and Money, Shopping Smart


Forrester’s US Retail Recovery Heat Map, June 2021 — Expected Income Loss Still High In Some Metros

Retail recovery is proceeding at different rates in various parts of the US. See how our US retail recovery heat map reflects factors such as economic sentiment, change in COVID-19 cases, vaccine rates, and retail foot traffic.
Tags: Marketing, US, Forrester, Age Of The Customer, Retail Trends, Pandemic, Retail Loyalty


It’s Raining Money Problems!

First, we got slammed with an unexpected ER bill. Today, we got hit with an RV problem. Our travel trailer has a slide-out (the wall pushes out to make more room inside). A motor pushes the slide-out using a complicated cable system. We had stopped for the night and as I was pushing the slide-out, there was a loud BANG! I stopped and left it hanging halfway out. We fiddled with it but gave up and went to bed. Problem. The slide is stuck out. My husband drove to a repair shop down the road and w...
Tags: Marketing, YouTube Yes YouTube


How to Create a Vacation Savings Plan

How to Create a Vacation Savings Plan is a post originally published on: Everything Finance - Everything Finance - Its all about Money! I love vacations, they are not only wonderful; they’re essential. My ideal vacation is sitting on the beach with a coconut in hand, listening to island music and eating jerk chicken. Sounds exciting right? It sure does! Have you ever considered a vacation savings plan?  Vacation allows your soul to just relax and rejuvenate. But nothing will spoil a relaxing ...
Tags: Savings, Marketing, Budgeting, Bob Marley, Everything Finance Everything Finance


Upcoming Comic Book Films Can Guide Your Investing Choices

(Image courtesy SciroKun) It has never been a better time to be a comic book collector. You don’t have to know anything about comic books to make prudent comic book collecting choices. I think you should be a comic book fan. I grew up reading comic books. Understanding comic books, the eras they were published […] The post Upcoming Comic Book Films Can Guide Your Investing Choices appeared first on Personal Finance Advice.
Tags: Personal Finance, Entertainment, Marketing, Investing, Comic Book Collecting


Feeling introverted? 7 tips for dealing with people again

Real estate is an intensely extroverted world at times. If you discovered you’re way more of an introvert than you thought during this pandemic, you might find these tips helpful for those times when you need to cross over to the extrovert side as you get back out there.
Tags: Opinion, Marketing, Service, Radio, Teams, Agent, Columns, Listening Skills, Listening, Introvert, Extravert, Select, Pandemic, Jay Thompson, Post-pandemic


It’s too late to get into buy-to-let

Y ou’re too late to get into buy-to-let. It had a good run, but the party’s over. I graduated from university in the early 1990s. I got a job in The City, moved down to London, and shared a rented house with a few friends. After a year of renting – and spurred on by a combination of parental pressure, MIRAS1, and (ludicrously) a mortgage interest subsidy from my employer – I bought a house. Did I have a big inheritance? No. I saved up for the deposit in my first year of work. Okay...
Tags: UK, London, Marketing, European Union, Property, Buy-to-let, Pra, Party, CGT, the City, Blair, Whigfield, Clerkenwell, Finumus, London Which, Da ba da dan dee dee dee da nee


The Highs and Lows of Vacation

Ever since I was a little girl, I have always been enthralled with the idea of flying. Although disappointed I would never have this superhuman ability, I realized that the closest I could ever come was skydiving. So, for our birthdays this year, my mom and I planned a vacation to finally mark this huge item off our bucket list. Along with a few close friends and other family members, we trekked to Colorado Mountain Skydive for the thrill of a lifetime. But as with all things in life, there we...
Tags: Marketing, Highs And Lows, Holidays & Vacations, Colorado Mountain Skydive, Highs And Lows Of Vacation


Winning Executive Support To Establish, Fund, And Scale CX

Discover the critical elements of a CX function that wins executive buy-in and is able to successfully get funding and scale up.
Tags: Marketing, Customer Experience, Age Of The Customer, Customer Experience Strategy, Customer Experience Maturity


The most important rebrand conversations

In last week’s column, we acknowledged that when most organizations think about announcing a rebrand, they often emphasize the wrong place. We worry about the public unveiling and often underestimate the importance of the internal conversations that need to happen first. If you’re a publicly traded consumer goods company like Coca-Cola, then that’s a different story. But for most companies, what will make or break your rebrand is the people closest to you: your employees, key customers, board m...
Tags: Uncategorized, Marketing, Coca Cola, Branding, MMG, Des Moines Business Record, AgencyLife, Agencyowner, Agencymanagement


Infographic — Face The Business Risks Of Climate Change Head On

Climate change poses numerous business risks. No industry is immune. Use this infographic to explore how the climate crisis affects businesses and how bold action can mitigate your organization's risk exposure.
Tags: Marketing, Supply Chain Management, Sustainability, Risk Management, Climate Action, Age Of The Customer, Promoted


How to Lead From Any Level In the Organization

By successfully helping other people get better results, whether it is your manager, peers, or subordinates, you will grow trust and influence with those around you. “You grow your influence with them by showing them that allowing you to have influence is good for them.” The more you show positive outcomes from your input, the more influence you will have over time.
Tags: Marketing


YouTube Monetization: Ads, Merch, and More

YouTube is a great way to share your videos with the world. It’s also an excellent way to monetize those videos and make money. YouTube monetization allows content creators to generate revenue from ads that play before or during their videos, and most channels can earn between $1-$5 per thousand views on average.  While the primary way of monetizing a YouTube channel is with ads, there are additional ways including merchandise, eCommerce, and affiliate links. Whether YouTube is your bus...
Tags: Google, Amazon, Movies, Youtube, Marketing, Monetization, Ad Revenue, Merch, CPM, YouTube SEO, YouTube for Business, YPP YouTube Partner Program Requirements Have, YouTube Monetization Advertisement, YouTube Premium Viewers, YouTube Channel Memberships Memberships, Selling Merchandise YouTube


It’s Time For CX Governance To Grow Up

We’ve just published some new research that talks about better paths to address the key challenges that doomed previous approaches to customer experience (CX) governance. We found that, when CX leaders think about setting up CX governance, they should: Align to the corporate culture. Creating a separate CX governance structure in an organization that already […]
Tags: Marketing, Customer Experience, Customer Experience Management, Age Of The Customer, Customer Experience Strategy, Customer Experience Maturity


The Results Of The 2021 Global State Of Brand Manufacturers Survey

In Q1 2021, we surveyed 140 brand manufacturer decision makers who are familiar with their company’s approach to digital sales. Brand manufacturers can use the results of Forrester’s Digital State of Brand Manufacturers Study to benchmark their performance and internally make the case for investments in digital sales strategies.
Tags: Marketing, Forrester, Age Of The Customer, Retail Trends, Digital State, Brand and Communications


Emerald-Colored Glasses: Just How Green Are EVs?

As the resident sourpuss, I make it my business to complain about every industrial hypocrisy that crosses my path and the automotive sector has kept me so busy that there’s hardly any time left to address my own failings. Though I do have to confess that I sometimes feel guilty about how frequently I’m compelled […] The post Emerald-Colored Glasses: Just How Green Are EVs? appeared first on The Truth About Cars.
Tags: Media, Government, Environment, Marketing, Green, Industry, Electric Vehicles, Editorials, Autos, Environmentalism, Automotive Industry, EVs, Electric Cars, News Blog, Industry Trends, BEVs


What’s Missing From Marketing Education

Paul asks, “What’s the most valuable marketing knowledge you could impart to someone at an early stage of their career?” Two things, if I had a magic wand that could simply make functional knowledge appear in someone’s head. First, the ability to understand and make decisions with data, because humans are really bad at that. […]
Tags: Marketing, Strategy, Seo, PAUL


EU is now investigating Google’s adtech over antitrust concerns

EU antitrust authorities are finally taking a broad and deep look into Google’s adtech stack and role in the online ad market — confirming today that they’ve opened a formal investigation. Google has already been subject to three major EU antitrust enforcements over the past five years — against Google Shopping (2017), Android (2018) and AdSense (2019). But the European Commission has, until now, avoided officially wading into the broader issue of its role in the adtech supply chain. (The AdSens...
Tags: Google, Android, TC, Europe, UK, France, Marketing, Tech, Eu, European Union, United Kingdom, Commission, European Commission, Antitrust, Fitbit, Competition And Markets Authority


4 Tips to Modernize Your Marketing and Sales Tactics

Marketing and sales are concepts that are older than capitalism itself. For as long as people have been buying things, professionals have tried to market their products and services. While… Read more » The post 4 Tips to Modernize Your Marketing and Sales Tactics appeared first on Noobpreneur.com.
Tags: Business, Marketing, Marketing Strategy


Must-Read Insights on Metal Crafting Services for Business Manufacturers

If you want to start working as a metalworker, the first step you should do is to look for a suitable metal crafting service. Choosing the correct metalworking company that can provide you with the best services and can guarantee their work is done right is an important job. You can ask your family and friends about their experiences or read some articles online to get some ideas. After finding out who to work with contact them to learn more information and find out what the cost would be. Befor...
Tags: Marketing, Blog, Metal Crafting Services for Business Manufacturers, Glenn Metalcraft


20 Business Stories For My 20th Business Anniversary

Are people allowed to congratulate themselves? Well, whether they are or not I’m going to give myself a brief congratulations. Today is the 20th anniversary of my business. I filed for business license on June 22, 2001, and I’ve only ever look back once, or maybe twice. Being self employed is scary, and it’s certainly […]
Tags: Motivation, Leadership, Networking, Marketing, Consulting, Self Employment, Business Tips, General Business, Business Anniversary, Health Care Finance


IKEA’s Cristiano anti- Coca-Cola Water Bottle Newsjacking

At a press conference ahead of Portugal's UEFA Euro 2020 game with Hungary a week ago, football (soccer) star Cristiano Ronaldo removed Coke bottles from in front of him, telling people to drink agua instead.
Tags: Marketing, Social Media, Hungary, Portugal, Cristiano Ronaldo, Ikea, Uefa, Cristiano, Case studies, Coke, Viral Marketing, Newsjacking, Master Newsjacking course, Coca Cola Water Bottle Newsjacking


RESP: Free Money Folks

Found this classic from many years back (2006). Added a bit of spit and polish and updated the data as well. To get more information and more about how I used the RESP Program, see my RESP page. For those of you who don’t know about the RESP program (and are Canadian of course) you need to learn about it. It is for folks with kids under the ages of 17. This program is free money from the government for your kids to go to post secondary training program. It is not just University programs,...
Tags: Marketing, Bank, CLB, RESP, University Costs, Registered Education Savings Plan, Canada Trust, CESG Canada Education Savings Grant, Canada Learning Bond CLB, Bank Mutual Funds


Healthcare Providers Must Address Equity, Burnout, Security, and Digital Experiences to Remain Competitive in 2021

Over the last year the healthcare industry flexed its strength and accelerated digital transformation timelines at an unimaginable rate.  At this mid-point of 2021, healthcare providers (HCPs) must continue to focus on optimizing their newly adopted and expanded care modalities.  They must maintain their focus on agility while supporting their employees, protecting vulnerable patient populations, […]
Tags: Marketing, Customer Experience, Age Of The Customer, Healthcare Trends


Post-Pandemic Media Consumption: Online Streaming Accelerates A New Content Experience

When the COVID-19 pandemic triggered stay-at-home orders and canceled social plans, consumers turned to online media streaming to fill the void. TV/video streaming services touted exclusive content and low prices to lure viewers, and by June 2020, 48% of US online adults had subscribed to at least one streaming service. Our multimodal consumer analysis shows […]
Tags: Video, Advertising, Marketing, US, Customer Experience, Age Of The Customer, Customer Insights, Pandemic, Data Insights


Tips For Marketing A Small Business

Marketing a small business does take time, but when you do it right, you give your business a higher chance of survival. The post Tips For Marketing A Small Business appeared first on Young Upstarts.
Tags: Startups, Small Business, Marketing, Others, Small Business Advice, Marketing Advice


How To Develop Multiple Streams Of Income

If you want to build wealth, you need to know how to develop multiple streams of income. Here are some ways you can get closer to that goal. The post How To Develop Multiple Streams Of Income appeared first on Bible Money Matters and was written by Marc. Copyright © Bible Money Matters - please visit biblemoneymatters.com for more great content.
Tags: Marketing, Making Money, Marc


5 marketing strategies to implement if you're considering opening a franchise

By routinely donating to the Boston Marathon, Dunkin' has become the face of the event. tupungato/iStock Marketing and publicity can make a huge difference in success as a franchise owner. These five marketing strategies can help you get the attention of new customers and boost revenue. Ask for input from consumers, be consistent, and leverage your brand to get you into the press. See more stories on Insider's business page. Franchising can be a great opportunity to gain capital qu...
Tags: Hong Kong, Business, Texas, Boston, Marketing, Entrepreneur, Trends, Strategy, Cotton, Boston Marathon, Bmw, Terry, Kfc, Nordic, Franchise, McDonald


How To Acquire Quick Funds

How To Acquire Quick Funds Many of us find ourselves in a situation where we need money fast. Whether it’s a small amount to see you through to the end of the month, or a larger amount for an emergency cost, there are plenty of ways to resolve your current financial crisis to get you back on the straight and narrow. There are many lenders available online that can help you out in your time of need. Below we’ve listed some of the best ways to acquire funds fast, so you can put your financial worr...
Tags: Miscellaneous, Marketing


You Do Have a Head for Analytics

Last week in a conversation, Paul said, “When it comes to Google Analytics, I learned about as much as I could but I’m a Communications guy. I have an English degree. I don’t have the brains for analytics.” Okay, a bit of a rant here. There is no such thing as not having the brains […]
Tags: Marketing, Seo, Analytics, Google Analytics, Rant, PAUL, Marketing Data Science