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- RT @Aelkus: Anytime someone says technology x is inevitable and unstoppable you should ask them if they have a financial interest in it/ / 1 hour ago
- RT @greenberg_rick: Clients...DEMAND transparency! "Only 43% of agency execs say don't take kickbacks" Grt piece: @jmandese @MediaPost http…/ / 1 day ago
- RT @TheRickWilson: No. It's time to actually TEACH ALGEBRA. twitter.com/NPR/status/887…/ / 1 day ago
- RT @zacharylipton: I don't think the media or business communities have caught on that nearly everyone *currently* peddling "AI-powered" ch…/ / 1 day ago
- I believe all marketers use ad blockers, refuse 3rd party cookies, etc. Using my dirty browser: Internet is a slow, buggy mess! #adtech/ / 1 day ago
- RT @markritson: The sad death of Tv continues in the USA. www-latimes-com.cdn.ampproject.org/c/www.latimes.…/ / 2 days ago
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Category Archives: Product Development
I was talking about company mission and vision statements with Paresh Shah, a good and smart friend of mine. During the discussion, he gave me a simple rule to see if your mission was good or not: “Write out the … Continue reading
I saw a post on LinkedIn today about the importance of doing combat with your competitors. That’s misguided and wrong. When you devote resources to something, you are by definition taking them away from something else. Every bit of time … Continue reading
In digital advertising comes from the advertisers. That means advertisers ultimately call all the shots: where they buy, how they buy, and what technologies they use.
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
You can–and should–start with your “why.” Know what your organization stands for and communicate that. But if you want to own a position in the customer’s mind, there’s only one way. Put out a product that does it. Shipping > four … Continue reading
Why did the auto dealers in New Jersey work to get Tesla’s direct sales model banned in the state? Why do Uber and Lyft have to battle taxi and limousine commissions in order to do business? And why didn’t Hilton … Continue reading
When I start a consulting engagement, I ask my new clients “what’s a Company X?” This is shorthand for “what do you stand for, how do you do it, and why should anyone care?” When I hear “Uber for pet … Continue reading
On his deathbed Steve Jobs told Tim Cook not to worry about what he would do, but instead do what was right for Apple, or so the story goes. A great piece of advice. Now that Steve is dead, what … Continue reading