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WHERE THE PARTY'S AT -- Facebook and Twitter dominate the social conversation: Twitter's 24/7 news livestream and live shows; YouTube's new design; Facebook's QR codes for in-store rewards, Instant Games on Messenger; Google+'s searchable topics and themes. Read the full ar
As I sat bombarded with the same stories over and over this week, I found myself longing for something different. I feel that way a lot. So this week, my curated stories deliver on just one promise: they are genuinely fascinating ideas for products a
The past week has offered plenty of stories that seem designed to invite outrage. From Pepsis tone deaf ad to Bill OReillys mistreatment of women to a passenger forcibly removed from a United flight. The common reaction online to all of these stories
By Jeremiah Owyang, with co-contributor Ryan Brinks Drones come in many shapes and sizes, and are coming to a front door near you. Retail, logistics, and the way we shop and consume will never be the same. We call this trend the “Autonomous
Episode #564 of Six Pixels of Separation - The Mirum Podcast is now live and ready for you to listen to. Piers Fawkes spends - what seems like - an awesome amount of time searching out trends, building data, publishing reports and curating news from
Just how do consumers express their love for their mothers on Mother's Day? This infographic shows how e-commerce trends change in the two weeks prior to the holiday. Read the full article at MarketingProfs
This week a theme that emerged in the stories was that of the many faces of failure. There is a new museum in Sweden celebrating product and cultural failures of modern times. A former Silicon Valley darling chat app called YikYak failed and lost hun
This week the FTC sent warning letters to more than 90 influencers and marketers as a reminder to disclose when social media posts are paid for by advertisers. The move comes in a week filled with stories about the nature of influencer marketing, the
This clever yet lazy poster was doing the rounds of the internet early last week.Actually forget doing the rounds. It went viral.But guess what...It's fake.Not the poster. Which is very real.The iPhone text exchange.Turns out designer Dave Blackhurst
Senior citizens nowofficially outnumber the young people in Taiwan, and there is a growing worldwide shift among brands to embrace older consumers instead of largely ignoring them in favor of their younger counterparts. This week’s stories
Inventions are fun and world changing … but sometimes they are also dumb and head-scratching. In this week’s email, I’ll share a few of both. You’ll read stories about Intel’s secret plan, the future
Nothing says the future quite like robots, and this week there were plenty of interesting stories of how robots are being used in important, curious, quirky and sometimes terrifying ways. From robots replacing advertising agencies to virtual home tou
Is there one link, story, picture or thought that you saw online this week that you think somebody you know must see? My friends: Alistair Croll(Solve for Interesting,Tilt the Windmill,HBS; chair ofStrata,Startupfest,Pandemonio, andResolveTO; Author
FinTech company DeepTarget Inc. announced this week what it calls a major restructuring to meet the demands of its growing customer base, ensure scalability for rapid expansion, and build a strong foundation for its ambitious 3-year plan. “
Episode #565 of Six Pixels of Separation - The Mirum Podcast is now live and ready for you to listen to. Thomas Barta recently co-authored the business book, The 12 Powers Of A Marketing Leader - How to succeed by building customer and company value.
This week I kept seeing the recurring theme of convenience. Whether it was a story about how cell phones can be used for monitoring disease carrying mosquitos to a new Amazon Echo Virtual Stylist that will judge your new outfit. There is a new portab
Is there one link, story, picture or thought that you saw online this week that you think somebody you know must see? My friends: Alistair Croll(Solve for Interesting,Tilt the Windmill,HBS; chair ofStrata,Startupfest,Pandemonio, andResolveTO; Author
How to Choose a Web Design FirmYou do your homework on them. Then, you start asking questions and taking notes. There are plenty of web designers available. You want to go with the best because, in fact, your web designer is, in essence, your Partner
Great news for aspiring young copywriters everywhere - the super smart Dr Draper has put together this advertising Babel Fish to help you navigate through the jargon infested malaise that is contemporary adland. 
More and more businesses are investing in marketing personalization technology, but few are delivering a truly personalized experience. Adaptive content. Omni-channel marketing. People-first marketing. Personalized marketing. Personalization. Whateve
Every Monday morning at 7:10 am, I am a guest contributor on CHOM 97.7 FM radio out of Montreal (home base). It's not a long segment - about 5 to 10 minutes every week - about everything that is happening in the world of technology and digital media.
If you're a marketer struggling to decipher the complicated marketing technology landscape of more than 5,000 vendors - and show me a marketer who isn't - then I have some good news for you. It won't be as easy as following the yellow brick road, but
A few weeks ago, my colleague Jim Nail and I conducted a "Fix Your Measurement Mess" workshop at the 2017 Consumer Marketing Forum in New York. Our workshop became a great conversation starter for participants to understand and take inventory of thei
I was lucky enough to be in New York this week doing a workshop for a big pharma business and took the opportunity to catch up with Mark Raheja, founder of the brilliant August. In our conversation Mark mentioned a... I was lucky enough to be in New
Is there one link, story, picture or thought that you saw online this week that you think somebody you know must see? My friends: Alistair Croll(Solve for Interesting,Tilt the Windmill,HBS; chair ofStrata,Startupfest,Pandemonio, andResolveTO; Author
Last week I had the opportunity to attend my first ever Hero Conf in sunny Los Angeles, California. It was a jam-packed couple of days full of learning, networking and fun. The folks at Hero Conf do a great job of keeping everyone busy but still maki
Get a glimpse into Jay Baer's journey building both a business and personal brand in this video interview. Seth Price and I wrote (and designed) a book together. He and I just got our buddy Jay Baer online to talk about its topic: personal branding.
When perusing our galleries here on crowdSPRING, we see some amazing work submitted in the projects. Today, we recognize this gem submitted in this clothing project: The challenge of this project was to create a T-shirt/tank top design for a local co
Marketing agencies must learn to stop hoarding and start sharing. Focus on self-preservation, and youll fail to deliver. Were taught to share at a young age. Kids who hoard their favorite toys are typically reprimanded and told to be less selfish. Pl
Entrepreneurs are in a prime position to shape the world around them- through their own businesses and through charitable giving. A few weeks ago I wrote an article about 13 female entrepreneurs who are changing the world. It was such an inspiring jo
At the Public Affairs Council Executive Meeting where I delivered a keynote speech titled Why the Best Marketers Win Elections I had a chance to interview Nuala OConnor, @privacymama, President & CEO of the Center for Democracy & Tech
Jeff Bezos' latest annual letter to Amazon shareholders was well shared but is full of insight into how Amazon retain agility as they scale. It was released a couple of weeks back, but I'm capturing my key takeouts here as... Jeff Bezos' latest annua
Episode #563 of Six Pixels of Separation - The Mirum Podcast is now live and ready for you to listen to. The future of us humans connecting to technology will not be about the web or mobile. It will all take place in some kind of virtual reality. Tha
ScientiaMobile has just released their Mobile Overview Report (MOVR) which shows that that the iPhone 6S is the most used smartphone model in the world. This is despite the Apple iPhone 7 launch in September 2016, eight months ago. According to the Q
Is there one link, story, picture or thought that you saw online this week that you think somebody you know must see? My friends: Alistair Croll(Solve for Interesting,Tilt the Windmill,HBS; chair ofStrata,Startupfest,Pandemonio, andResolveTO; Author
My health took a turn for the weird this week. I'm just starting my journey to recovery so it'll be pretty quiet 'round here for a while. But like Arnie, I will be back! 
Guest post by Nathan Elly. The new year is well underway. As we reflect on the major events in the world of SEO in 2016, web marketers need to evaluate how the changes will impact the SEO strategy through the rest of2017. The biggest news in 2017 has
Who is your audience? On my early morning drive to the airport, I caught the tail-end of Howard Stern interviewing Sheryl Crow. Crow was live and in the studio promoting her upcoming album. The constant reflections and self-commentary on how she's ju
Most smart entrepreneurs and business owners have small budgets when starting their new business. Yet, if you do some research, you’ll find people suggesting that it’s common to pay $1,000 to $5,000 for a logo design for a new bus