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The Problem is the Advertising, Not the Ad Blocker

The Problem is the Advertising, Not the Ad Blocker  - http://blog.crowdspring.com Avatar Posted by RossKimbarovsky under Marketing
From http://blog.crowdspring.com 1708 days ago
Made Hot by: businessluv on July 5, 2016 1:52 pm
Media companies and publishers are mad. Well, maybe more nervous than mad, but certainly angry enough to sound a lot like digital geriatrics shaking their fists at the ad blocking kids running up and down their site. But are ad blockers the real problem? Read More
We teach kids many foreign languages in school. There’s another language we need to be teaching our students these days: the language of design. Here's why. Read More

Lessons from the New Netflix Logo

Lessons from the New Netflix Logo  - http://blog.crowdspring.com Avatar Posted by RossKimbarovsky under Marketing
From http://blog.crowdspring.com 1709 days ago
Made Hot by: leonesimmy on July 1, 2016 10:46 pm
Netflix just updated its logo and there are a few important lessons that other companies, especially small businesses and startups looking for attention, can learn from the update. Read More
You might not be directly impacted by the Brexit vote, but the shock waves sent out by the election results may have a significant impact on the ever-shrinking global environment in which your business is operating. Read More
Despite the massive amount of money spent on online marketing every year, a study confirmed that a shocking 86% of consumers suffer from banner blindness, or the tendency to be oblivious to traditional advertisements. Read More
Some companies push people to work 60, 80 and even 100 hours per week. Despite appearances, there is no benefit to working an 80+ hour week other than perception. We explore why. Read More
A startup’s success is driven in large part by a startup’s ability to drive customer acquisition growth. Ultimately, word-of-mouth can be effective for some companies, unique marketing tactics can help others, but it’s difficult to succeed in many industries without a strong content strategy. Read More
Startups are like roller-coasters. If you run or work at a startup, you experience many highs and lows and you can’t always anticipate what’s ahead. Education and experience helps us to overcome many difficult situations, but education and experience are rarely enough. Why isn’t education and exper Read More
Science can help us uncover productivity gains that we typically ignore. For example, psychologists and researchers have discovered that among external factors that impact our productivity, one stands out: clutter. Here's what you can do about it. Read More

The Psychology of Hiring Great People

The Psychology of Hiring Great People  - http://blog.crowdspring.com Avatar Posted by RossKimbarovsky under Startups
From http://blog.crowdspring.com 1751 days ago
Made Hot by: OpenSourceMedia on May 20, 2016 10:35 pm
Building a great team is nearly always the key difference between the success or failure of a business. Each person we hire contributes to not only the development of the product, but also to the productivity of the team and overall company culture. But what is a bad hiring decision? Some great ins Read More
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