Summer is the ideal time to catch up on reading blogs. Here are a few recommendations for open-minded marketers from my reading list.
Very nice thought game: It’s 2030, Facebook has discontinued its offer for advertisers, Mark Zuckerberg is not the president of the United States, and an informed society and moral discussion culture arises.
Backgrounds, fonts, buttons, video and many other possibilities are available to create a newsletter. The tools for creating newsletters are easier to use than ever before. The article provides an overview of the design trends in 2017.
Teams of qualified people are formed, do the job, and break to new projects. This is called flash organization, modern technology makes this kind of collaboration possible by freelancers. Two professors at Stanford University have researched the topic.
Anyone who regularly implements web projects has already been able to observe this trend. Some ugly things come back, and quite consciously.
No software as a service company grows as fast as Slack. 30% of Slacks trial user change to a paid plan. Slack currently has 4 million Daily Active Users. The article gives a detailed insight into the tactics that have led to this success.
This web TV series presents 10 photographers from Iran in five minute clips. These mini documentaries give an unfiltered view into different parts of the society under difficult conditions.
Uber – a hell of a ride the first 6 months of this year. Scandal, after scandal led to the point, were Travis Kalanick had to step down as CEO. Now a new CEO was announced, current Expedia.com chief takes over. It will be interesting if a culture change can happen at Uber.
Distraction-free hours for a team will be an advantage over the competition. Interruptions, from the beginning of the day to the end of the day, allow the attention to jump back and forth until all your energy is gone. The article provides ideas on how companies can deal with this situation.
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