I’m pretty public and open with my data. I use a Fitbit to track my activity, and most of my online activity is fairly public. I’ve often joked that Google could probably clone me pretty well – they’ve got SO much data on me – who I chat with (and what we talk about), whoContinue reading “Disney’s MagicBands: Cool or Creepy?”
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How Much Do You Trust Your Customers?
While watching TV with my wife the other day, I saw an ad for Tempur-Pedic mattresses that really blew me away. I thought it was new, but here’s a version on YouTube that was uploaded about a year ago: httpv://www.youtube.com/watch?v=wjQ10-rUlH8 There were two main things that really blew me away about this ad. For starters,Continue reading “How Much Do You Trust Your Customers?”
I’m Currently Seeking Opportunities
I’m currently seeking opportunities. After nearly 5 years of advertising, sales, online marketing, blogging, and social media, mainly for myself, I’ve realized that it’s high time I share my wealth of knowledge and experience with other companies. I know for a fact that I need to be in either a mobile- or internet-related position. RegardlessContinue reading “I’m Currently Seeking Opportunities”
A Guarantee Of What?
I’m not sure if you can read the sign on the back of this bus, but it says, ‘Exam within 15 minutes of your appointment, Guranteed.’ It’s for a Diagnostic Imaging office, promising prompt service. What struck me as odd is that there’s no explanation of what happens if you *don’t* get your exam withinContinue reading “A Guarantee Of What?”
As a blogger, I interact with PR folks and Marketing agents pretty often. Whether it’s through emailed press releases, embargoed information, or actual review units of products, I’m usually talking to at least 4-5 different people each week. What constantly amazes me is how spot-on some companies are with communications, and how so many othersContinue reading “Marketing Waste”