How to Capitalize NOW on an Important Upcoming LinkedIn Change

Get ready. LinkedIn has announced that changes are coming soon—a very important one being the makeup of the custom feed on your LinkedIn home page when viewing it on your computer. Note: This does not relate to the mobile app.  Here's what they've said thus far: "Through the LinkedIn Feed, we are inspiring and informing professionals every day with the most relevant industry and trending news. We want professionals coming to LinkedIn daily to get … [Read More...]

The Power of “When” in Blog Marketing – Part B

After reading some of the insights about time and timing in Michael Breus’ book The Power of When, I couldn’t help thinking of the tremendously influential role timing plays when we’re marketing a business or professional practice by publishing blog posts. The most obvious time-based question, of course, is how often we should be posting blogs. “It’s easy to be immediately overwhelmed by the thought that you have to post multiple times daily,” … [Read More...]

4 Ways to Ensure Your Startup Will Survive Disaster

A little preparation can shield your business from suffering a total loss should catastrophe strike. … [Read More...]

Using social media as a complement to VoC

Social media has emerged as a tool customers use to gather insights about products, services, and brands. However, social sources by themselves are not enough and can even be misleading. By relying solely on social media chatter, companies can end up focusing on the loudest voice instead of the areas that truly influence buying behaviors. By combining social media with a more structured and representative customer intelligence from a … [Read More...]

Here’s Why I’m Talking Openly About Race at Work

Here's why we should really start talking about race at work and with our co-workers, managers, and friends—and how one company already is. … [Read More...]

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