Linkedin recently announced their annual Top 50 list of quality companies to work for. Most of these companies will not come as a surprise to you, like: Amazon, Apple, Salesforce and many more. You can view the full list here....
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In case you haven’t heard of Fandalism,… Fandalism is a social networking site for musicians. The site was launched back in 2012. I started using it last year and found it to be pretty cool. Fandalism was developed by Phillip...
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January 19, 2018, is the deadline to replace your assistant… virtual messenger assistant that is, effectively known as M. Facebook’s M launched back in August 2015, but it was a sort of test, trial or experiment if you will. And...
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If you consult for a living, you are familiar and have read all of Alan Weiss’s books. His influence on the consulting profession is irrefutable. His basic principles are reiterated and the information is worth repeating in many of his books. As the world of consulting changes with digital marketers and agencies, we realize that some classic pioneers in consulting literature deserve credit where credit is due. Forward thinking companies, innovative buyers and tech firms still pay consultants what they were worth.
Consultants march to their own drum.
Bottom line for consultants: YOU HAVE GOT TO ASK FOR IT. But the caveat to that is, not without first building perceived “value.”
Alan Weiss is a proponent of pushing for retainers and move on from clients that don’t get it.
He tells it like it is.
“Fighting Friction is the new way forward.” (Quote from Friction) Years ago I had the pleasure of meeting CEO Worldwide, Kevin Roberts, of Saatchi & Saatchi (You know the world famous advertising agency) for his then book release “Lovemarks,” a...
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The day is finally here. We’ve been anticipating it for years. YouTube TV is now an official channel that will certainly disrupt cable TV. Now, if you’re thinking, “Why would I subscribe when I can watch YouTube for free on...
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If someone in a conversation dropped this on you, how would you react? “So, anyway, I’m only sharing this with a couple of people, but my aunt in Omaha is good friends with Warren Buffet and this is where he...
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“There comes a time when one asks, even of Beethoven, ‘Is that all there is?‘” — Jean-Paul Sartre Many years ago I read a book by Joel Arthur Baker entitled Future Edge. The tattered hardcover still resides on my shelf....
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“Anxiety is the handmaiden of creativity.” – Chuck Jones I recently got hooked on Discovery Channel’s “Dirty Jobs” with Mike Rowe and started binge-watching episodes. I have never watched this show before and love it. Yes, I’m late to the...
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Happy New Year! 2013 was an excellent year for social media marketing and there were many great books released last year. Looking forward, here are my top 10 social media marketing books to keep your eye on this year: #1...
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