Some bloggers wonder why they have no one reading their articles. I sometimes wonder how some blogs are ever found in an ocean of over 200 million blogs. Writing a blog is both a joy and frustration as you try and work out the ways to let readers on the world wide web discover you […]
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They heard something crying and wondered what it was. When they saw this duck, they quickly learned
This video is great! It shows teamwork, innovation and strategy. If every team worked this well together, imagine how high productivity would be! Show this to your team to give them a little extra motivation.
Today we have so many options to reach our targeted audiences. While I’m a proponent of trying new things, we must not lose sight of who we’re trying to reach. More importantly, we need to identify…
These points are important for industrial companies to consider.
Progress lies not in enhancing what is, but in advancing toward what will be.
Over the last couple of years, the prioritization of e-commerce PPC campaign builds has shifted dramatically. With the rise of Google Shopping and with dynamic solutions now available to advertisers, standard Search Network text-ad campaign builds fall down the priority list. In today’s world of e-commerce PPC, I prioritize my campaigns as follows: Google Shopping […]
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We see very few shining social media moments from brands because almost all companies are making the same number one social media mistake.
It never hurts to remind people that social media is for engagement, not broadcasting.
This ad for Xbox is getting a ton of free air time for one delightful reason: as Breaking Bad actor Aaron Paul demonstrates the Xbox voice activation by saying “Xbox on”, Xboxes all around the country are responding and turning on, at Paul’s command! Was this a happy accident, or are the creatives behind this ad geniuses? After all, the ad is getting a lot of extra attention. People are making videos of their Xboxes turning on at the sound of Aaron Paul’s voice — people are re-recording and sharing the ad. It’s not just airing during the paid-for TV spots. It’s on YouTube, Facebook, and even on Slate.com. Man, if I were one of the creatives behind this ad, I’d be doing cartwheels right now.