Everyone wants to be liked (especially Sally Field), so how do you get your customers to really like you? It’s a competitive world out there, and with social media, any failure can be detrimental to a corporation. If you make a mistake, most consumers would have their disappointment spread over the internet faster than Rosanne […]
A little foggy on how to sell what’s next? It’s taken a while to build trust but clients have come to accept the benefits of cloud computing. Likewise, most clients can see the future in the Internet of Things. Getting clients to trust innovation can be tough. Just when you think you’ve got it all […]
I get excited when I see all the new “Internet of Things (IoT)” gadgets that I can adorn my home with – whether it’s temperature control systems, home security, or a toaster that can efficiently toast my morning bagel. And it’s growing by leaps and bounds: according to a Gartner Report, 6.4 Billion Connected “Things” […]
I don’t need to tell you that the customer is a slippery fish. You’re here because you know that and you need to stay on top of the game. You know that every year consumers come to the checkout a little more informed by product spec-sheets and customer reviews. It’s been a long journey since […]
Omni-Channel is a term you’ve probably heard a lot over the past few years. It may sound like the buzz word du jour, but it’s changing the way companies work whether they’re selling pucks, trucks, or ducks. It’s kind of a big deal, really.
But what does it mean for your business? In a nutshell, it’s reaching your customers on their terms. You need to anticipate buying behavior and being ready… and you can bet your competition is already doing it!
When I was young, I knew people who would just leave the television on one channel because they couldn’t find the remote control. Now sometimes I can see the remote in front of me but don’t want to bend forward to pick it up so I just change the channel with an app on my phone.
When LinkedIn first made its appearance back in 2003, I was convinced that it was destined to be at best a peer-to-peer business social networking service – at worst… a glorified job seeking site. Fast forward to today, and LinkedIn has proven to be an integral tool in creating a business presence – whether you’re a start-up or a Fortune 500 company.
Twitter allows businesses access to market to more than 320 million monthly active users around the world. That’s roughly the population of the United States. Any business today that is looking to reach out to end users or other businesses needs to understand the value that Twitter represents. So, how do you connect to this large network?
We already know that cloud computing is here as more and more people are accessing their work from multiple devices on-the-go. These days we can get the job done no matter where we are (you can’t escape work now, even if you’re on the golf course). Could it be possible the cloud will continue on […]
What it means to be an agency has changed irreversibly driven by the accessibility of powerful marketing tools and the wholesale empowerment of the customer. Traditional models aren’t changing, they are long-dead and they suffered a gory, ham-fisted demise. Good riddance we say.