Breaking Codes… and online marketing 10/20/2017

The Woman Who Smashed Codes: America’s Secret Weapon in World War II The scientists persuading terrorists to spill their secrets The couple behind the ground-breaking research that is permeating military and police forces on successful interviewing techniques. Wikipedia’s Fate Shows How the Web Endangers Knowledge or, TV and short attention spans ruin everything. Why You Need to Take […]

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High-end Movers and Online Marketing 9/29/17

A High-End Mover Dishes on Truckstop Hierarchy, Rich People, and Moby Dick Even having been in the portable storage industry, I never knew there was such an intense trucker hierarchy or what these movers go through. Apple defends new ad-tracking prevention measures in Safari Apple’s defense of the deletion of cookies. The iPhone X is […]

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Podcasts, Muscles and Online Marketing 9/22/2017

Steering Brand Marketing with Josh Greene Another podcast featuring moi. Measuring Muscles Like Batteries: NFL Teams Turn to Ultrasound, Seeking an Edge Do they have this for brain drain? How a Hit Happens Now The old ways are a’changing.  Look for my mix tape soon. Seven Days of Heroin: This is What an Epidemic Looks […]

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Waiting for Irma…and online marketing 9/8/2017

$40 keychain-size detector quickly alerts you of allergens in food In a family with food allergies, this would be awesome to have. Google Maps local listings can now have videos uploaded You can now add more rich media to your Google Place listing. My quest to run a 1000-person company from an iPhone One way […]

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Google Warnings and More Online Marketing

Companion Labs Releases Facebook Ad Data If you’re doing advertising on Facebook you’ll want to check this out. For a lot of people managing Facebook ads, understanding how to increase budgets while maintaining performance is tricky. There is not a lot published on it. After analyzing nearly 10,000 budget increases by advertisers, CompanionLabs is publishing […]

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A Bronx Tale and Online Marketing News

Funny like a clown? After his turns in ‘A Bronx Tale’ and ‘The Sopranos,’ Lillo Brancato had stardom at his fingertips and lost it all in a haze of drugs and a violent crime. How Google Seemingly Cut My Audience in Half Overnight (And Possibly Yours Too) It seems like Gmail made an update that […]

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Amelia Earhart …and Online Marketing

Amelia Earhart May Have Survived Crash-Landing, Newly Discovered Photo Suggests Revisiting history.  Of course, The Guardian is out with an alternate take. 15 hard lessons I learned from my $36,381 product launch Audience. Audience. Audience. Google Posts Now Live for All GMB Users — but Will They Be Used? Any business with a Google My […]

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