“With 90 percent of executives already researching their company purchases on mobile devices, it won’t be long before voice search becomes common in business circles. As search continues to evolve, B2B sellers and marketers must be prepared to take advantage of new capabilities.” Author bio – Patty Parobek is Director of Integrative Marketing Strategy at […]
"Google announced, in an email from Google Ads sent to some advertisers on Thursday, that it will handle 'campaigns, so you can focus on your business.'” "Automation is increasingly an area of focus for Google, slowly taking the responsibility from the advertiser and agency. "In this case, the initiative is part automation and part human […]
"The secret to attracting more followers and customers is to tap the expertise of the existing ones you have," writes Josh Spector at his blog – For the Interested. The simplest way to do this is to ask your audience five simple questions.
"You may be able to get a small loan from family or friends, and you can always apply for a credit card. But, there's another option to consider that comes with certain advantages — and that option is a personal loan. While personal loans have gotten a bad rap, they can offer a predictable way […]
"After 130 years, it can be hard to come up with new flavors, so the world's largest spice company is becoming the latest food producer to turn to artificial intelligence for help." "McCormick — the maker of Old Bay and other seasonings, spices and condiments — hopes the technology can help it tantalize taste buds. […]
"But the struggle doesn't end with finding available warehouse space. Companies are in need of space that can handle the needs of a large-scale e-commerce model. However, only 11% of warehouse space was built in the last decade, and the remaining space might not be up to snuff for modern day demands."
"Buy online, pick-up in store is often heralded as the future of retail: Customers shopping on their own terms, as efficiently as possible. But it might end up being a bigger lift than expected for retail stores."
". . . In my study, many top performers were able to maintain a healthy work-life balance and not burn out on the job. That's because they embraced smarter ways of working, practices that allowed them to extract more value out of every hour on the job. They got more done, yet had more time outside […]
"The first rule of doing work that matters is this: show up. Get to work so you can start making a difference. Of course, this is a no-brainer, so why do we not do it? We get distracted."