News

These are the headlines from some of the web sources that I follow.

  • What Does Brand Loyalty Mean Any More?
    Is brand loyalty dead? The question is a lot more complicated than you might think.  Historically, brand loyalty has gone through some changes over time, adapting to both issues of product quality and to issues of consumer preference. Continue reading...
  • Forget Slack vs. Email: Think Slack Plus Email
    Slack CEO Stewart Butterfield made a confession in late September: he admitted email was useful. Butterfield made the confession at the HubSpot Inbound marketing conference in Boston. His full quote reveals what Butterfield, CEO of a self-professed "email killer" company, truly thinks of email and its future: "Email will Continue reading...
  • Google Discusses G Suite Roadmap at Google Cloud Summit Paris
    Google set aside simmering tensions between it and the French government over tax and data privacy issues to talk up the potential of its G Suite productivity solution to a full house attending its Google Cloud Summit in Paris yesterday. Continue reading...
  • Microsoft Increases Team Size to Attract Enterprises
    Microsoft announced a significant upgrade to its Teams collaboration app this week, bumping up the number of people allowed in a single Team from 999 to 2500.  The company indicated it might further increase this limit in the future. A Quiet Increase to Teams' Limits When Teams launched last November Continue reading...
  • New players in digital marketing analytics emerge
    New players that have emerged in Gartner's world of digital marketing analytics platforms are embracing people-based marketing and they're building a true omnichannel view of people. Martin Kihn, research vice president who specializes in data-driven marketing for the Stamford, Conn.-based research firm, shared those thoughts in an interview with CMSWire. Continue reading...
  • Has Influencer Marketing Lost Its Bloom?
    Legend has it  that you could buy a townhouse for the price of 10 tulip bulbs in 17th  Century Holland.  The Netherlands’ tragi-comic period of "tulip mania" is regarded as one of the world’s first speculative market bubbles. Continue reading...


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