Weekend Favs October 7 written by John Jantsch read more at Duct Tape Marketing My weekend blog post routine includes posting links to a handful of tools or great content I ran across during the week. I don’t go into depth about the finds, but encourage you to check them out if they sound interesting. The photo in the post is a favorite for the week from an online source […]
When a new technology arrives, it's often the nerds and the neophiliacs who embrace it. People who see themselves as busy and important often dismiss the new medium or tool as a bit of a gimmick and then "go back...
Grok lost VMware, and it was all Michael Dell's fault.
"Avoid the Skip Button" reminds agencies independent production houses help them win awards.
You're too self-important, you enter scams ads in awards shows, you wear winter hats inside, and you're probably a man. Find out for sure here—latest post on Digiday.
Summary: How, in a (theoretically) civilized society, should the media report about mass shootings?
Flying isn't what it used to be, so more people opt for budget airlines. They will (usually) get where you need to go, but you also know not to expect a pleasant experience. Will your luggage be small enough for the cabin, or will you have to pay an exorbitant rate to check it? And...
22squared salvaged debris from destroyed billboards for an "Irma Gives Back" OOH campaign driving viewers to donate time or money to Volunteer Florida.
The not-juice is loose.
Here’s a question – is your PR working? written by Guest Post read more at Duct Tape Marketing As small business owners or marketers, we all know full well how important it is to put time aside for PR. Investing in your public profile helps with generating inquiries, creates awareness and can lead to a variety of opportunities. Show More Summary
Summary: It’s not just the usual competition between two fast-food chains, because this time, Stephen King and his favorite evil clown are involved.
How to Write a Persuasive Sales Page (Even If You Hate Selling) [Infographic] Selling doesn't have to be 'sleazy' -- it can be helpful, timely and informative. This infographic shows exactly how to perfect your website's sales page to be informative, helpful, and not at all creepy to your intended buyers. Show More Summary
It doesn't pay to say to the CFO: These numbers on the P&L aren't true. And arguing with Walmart or Target about your market share stats doesn't work either. You can't make things better if you can't agree on the...
Why do some prospective clients choose an inferior provider, even after you’ve demonstrated that you offer a far better service? I was thinking about this earlier. A friend of mine bought a new vehicle, which carries 7 people. He’s married. Show More Summary
Periscope welcomed executive producer Bill Berg and vice president, director of integrated production Steve Sutherland.
Wind River the movie We - those of us who are not native to this land - don't think about Native Americans, very much. We don't remember that this country was home to Native Americans before they were Native Americans....
Help him raise $4500 for E4 Youth by his 45th birthday.
Mark Beeman, Ph.D. and John Kounios, Ph.D., psychology professors who have researched human thinking processes for more than a decade, discuss creative and procedural thinking in The Eureka Factor Aha Moments, Creative Insight and The Brain. The post Professors discuss creative thinking appeared first on Hispanic Marketing & Public Relations website and podcast.
Hayes worked on the "Daughter" Super Bowl spot for Audi while an associate creative director with VB+P.
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