Individuals can be just as successful as being a disruptor as a brand is. Take LaVar Ball for example – Love him or hate him, he has been a disruptor for the past 9 months to a year by making
This is a question that I’m really interested to see what the responses will be… When was the first time you accessed the internet? For myself, it was 1995, when a small local agency that I was working for (McDevitt,
Ah…the Blackberry (“Crackberry”)…how magical was it to check your email and text your work associated that were sitting across the table from you during meetings to check their email? Here is another brand that had consumers at their finger tips
Success is the sum of small efforts. Repeated Day In and Day Out
What good is knowledge if you are not sharing with others? Each week I find a new subject or topic that is reflective of my background and experience. With each post I try to give tips that may help someone
According to BlueHornet, 70% of consumers that receive an email that doesn’t render correctly will delete it. Supporting numbers on why your email should be mobile optimized.
It’s hard to fail, but worse never to have tried to succeed.
The choice is yours – I prefer #2.