http://customerthink.com/the-decisive-role-of-customer-experience-design-in-business-success/ There is a marked difference between customer experience and user experience. Advertisements
http://www.businessinsider.com/mobile-game-shifted-ad-budget-to-youtube-influencers-2016-8 To date, “Best Fiends” counts 40,000,000 downloads and 2,000,000 daily active users. In the meantime, the company has racked up its own sizable social following, comprising 5,000,000 fans across all platforms, it says.
https://www.theguardian.com/commentisfree/2016/aug/15/secret-life-of-an-organiser-clearing-clutter “To take an unusable space and make it usable again, or to empower someone to take charge of their life, is satisfying.”
http://www.charleskush.com/blog/digital-newsletters-as-content-marketing-pros-cons-best-practices-and-award-winning-examples Content is a key component of email marketing for lead nurturing and providing prospects with information about products, services and news about the company and industry
http://lifehacker.com/the-science-behind-why-you-feel-sick-when-you-try-to-re-1785228181 Essentially, your brain thinks it’s being poisoned.
http://ap-stag.architecturaldigest.com/story/french-artist-creates-worlds-largest-biodegradable-painting The 107,640-square-foot mural is further proof of the acceptance of graffiti as an appreciated form of art
http://www.forbes.com/sites/travisbradberry/2016/08/16/7-incredible-things-that-happen-once-you-learn-to-enjoy-being-alone/#6ef6075e77a8 We live in a world of constant contact—a place that’s losing sight of the importance of being alone.
http://gonutripro.com/birth-order-shapes-personality/ Children tend to act and evolve differently depending on their birth order, and parents need to understand this as soon as possible in order to better understand their children.
5 Amazing Content Marketing Tips For Solopreneurs Content marketing is a solid way to find highly targeted leads even if you don’t have a huge marketing budget. It’s a great way to increase your influence by providing great value to your audience.
https://medium.com/art-of-practicality/stop-spending-so-much-time-in-your-head-8840de3bba01#.vsxpmie5l Thoughts have no use. 99% of them that is. Which thoughts are useful?
http://io9.gizmodo.com/the-director-of-it-is-killing-it-on-instagram-with-his-1785307774 The new big-screen adaptation of Stephen King’s It won’t be out until Sept. 2017, but we’re already very curious.
https://www.washingtonpost.com/news/morning-mix/wp/2016/08/17/neuroscientists-scanned-stings-brain-heres-what-they-learned/ The fruits of Sting’s fMRI were recently published in a study in the August issue of the journal Neurocase.
http://www.inc.com/nicolas-cole/the-1-thing-nobody-understands-about-social-media-marketing-and-its-seriously-mi.html Unless you are doing something different, or informative, or valuable to the audience you are looking to reach, nobody cares.
http://www.inc.com/larry-kim/which-content-type-is-actually-worth-your-time-to-create.html Companies are increasingly spending more on content, yet just 30% say their organizations are effective at content marketing. Incredibly, 55% aren’t even sure what content marketing effectiveness would look like. Where’s the disconnect?
http://creativestrategytips.com/on-making-our-digital-marketing-more-human/ How many times in marketing do we use combative anddemeaning language to refer to our current and potential clients and their experiences: “Target” “Squeeze page” “Tripwire” “Sales funnel” “Email Blast”
http://www.inc.com/betsy-mikel/how-to-unlock-the-benefits-of-reading-without-picking-up-a-physical-book.html When it comes down to the types of books we read for fun, our brain reads audiobooks and physical books the same.
http://thenextweb.com/insider/2016/08/16/how-to-smartly-build-thought-leadership-using-white-papers/ When you become an industry thought leader, expansion (even in sales) usually follows organically.
http://bigthink.com/robby-berman/moving-beyond-positive-thinking Can too much faith be a problem? Yes, writes Gabriele Oettingen, author and a professor of psychology at New York University and the University of Hamburg. “Positive thinking can make us feel better in the short term, but over the long term it saps our motivation, preventing us from achieving our wishes and goals, and leaving us feeling frustrated, stymied and stuck.”