New content presentation technologies blur the lines between format and device.
The most dangerous marketing strategy for your business today is to be seen as being “average”.
If you don’t seem credible to your customer, they’ll buy elsewhere.
There’s too much content out there for most of us to consume. Curation is the next era for the web, but what are the implications for your business?
Just because you can, doesn’t mean you should.
Have PR agencies become lazy and complacent in how they represent their clients?
Still scared about the cloud? You’re increasingly in the minority.
Adding video to your website not only attracts more visitors, but it can help keep them on your site for longer.
Customers buy into why you’re in business, as much (or even more) than what you’re selling.
The future of publishing is in developing content on an open platform that’s compatible with a variety of devices – and that means HTML5, not iOS, Android Windows Phone or any other proprietary system.
Guy Kawasaki’s new book “Enchantment” talks about the importance to go the extra mile in customer service and satisfaction before, during, and after the sale.
Media companies will fail in their efforts to put obstacles in the way of content distribution.
Asking questions is only important if you’re prepared to act on the answers – no matter how painful they may be.
Saying the same as everyone else, just to post something out there, is a surefire way to irrelevance.
Content asset management for language.