allies4me

Category: Positioning & Presence
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Generated 1 month ago

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  • New: Please stop reading and use your precious brain cells for something more productive than a debate about logo design. Please! For the sake of all that is good and decent, stop reading. Go do something that will actually make money for you. Still reading? Well, you’ve been warned. What follows is an irreverent rant and …
  • Old: You may not know Richard F. Teerlink, but you know his work. Teerlink oversaw one of the most amazing comebacks in American history. Starting near bankruptcy, he soon had people signed on two-year waiting lists to buy his product. The secret to Teerlink’s turn-around? He quit selling his product. No, he didn’t fire the sales …

allies4me

Category: Positioning & Presence
Type: Page Metadata Change

Generated 7 months ago

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  • New: I was shocked awake one morning with a warning of my impending death on my computer display. Was Fat Tony or Sammy the Bull about to visit? No, just more bad marketing from Allstate. You know an advertiser is desperate when they threaten you with death. You may have read about the saga of how …
  • Old: You should be acting like Scotty by now. Yes, three decades ago, Mr. Scott (of “Beam me up, Scotty”) famously assumed computers had voice interfaces. He was shocked when he realized he had to type to get what he wanted. “How quaint!” Scotty called a keyboard in 1986. This was one year after Dell produced …

allies4me

Category: Positioning & Presence
Type: Page Metadata Change

Generated 7 months ago

New page description detected.

  • New: You should be acting like Scotty by now. Yes, three decades ago, Mr. Scott (of “Beam me up, Scotty”) famously assumed computers had voice interfaces. He was shocked when he realized he had to type to get what he wanted. “How quaint!” Scotty called a keyboard in 1986. This was one year after Dell produced …
  • Old: Spending $7 billion on advertising buys you some powerful insights. P&G’s Marc Pritchard does that every year and he has strong thoughts on social media, advertising, emotion and creativity. Do you want free research? Tap into the insights of the world’s largest advertiser. Shifting to a Digital-First Approach to Branding Marc keynoted the Association of …

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