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Monthly Archives: July 2014
Creating Interest Through Jargon
If you look at some websites you’d come to the conclusion that some companies believe this theory. I was doing a quick analysis for a client this morning and bumped into a company that clearly subscribes to the theory. As … Continue reading
Posted in Branding, Communications, Marketing Tagged clarity, communications, corporate jargon, jargon, messaging 2 Comments
The Customer is Right. Usually.
Today Seth Godin clarifies Rule #1 by breaking it into two parts a. the customer is always right b. if that’s not true, it’s unlikely that this person will remain your customer. Part b reminds us that our products should never … Continue reading
Posted in Branding, Customer Care, Marketing, Product Development Tagged cancellation, Comcast, customer care, Customer Service, Seth Godin Comments Off on The Customer is Right. Usually.
Administrivia Root Cause: The Simple Heuristic
I used to work for a large corporation that required managerial approval to get a corporate Blackberry or to order food or snacks for meetings. Said another way, vice presidents were responsible for assessing the need for $30 worth of … Continue reading
Posted in Leadership, Philosophy Tagged administrivia, decisions, heuristics, ledership, modeling Comments Off on Administrivia Root Cause: The Simple Heuristic
Improve Your Content Marketing With One Simple Trick
How do you know if your content marketing is any good? Well, if you’re using the term “content marketing” to describe what you’re publishing, it’s a good sign it probably stinks. If the generic “content” is the best you can … Continue reading
Posted in Communications, Media, Rants Tagged b2b, content marketing 1 Comment
You Can’t Take Vacation, You Say?
The decision to work yourself to death can’t be unmade. The ones you make the decision for won’t be at your funeral. They will be busy replacing you with somebody else. So tell me again why you’re so indispensible that … Continue reading
Posted in Leadership, Philosophy, Update Tagged Behavior, corporations, leadership, vacation Comments Off on You Can’t Take Vacation, You Say?
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