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3 Things Kiss Taught Me About Marketing

3 Things Kiss Taught Me About Marketing

When I was a kid, I straight-up loved Kiss. I was drawn to the makeup-wearing, leather-clad, blood-spitting, loud-playing band like a full-on groupie, buying every album and putting on face paint and
Here’s Why the Stagnant Smartphone Market May Rebound in 2017

Here’s Why the Stagnant Smartphone Market May Rebound in 2017

A new survey shows that Chinese consumers are hungry for smartphones.
Here’s Why the Stagnant Smartphone Market May Rebound in 2017

Here’s Why the Stagnant Smartphone Market May Rebound in 2017

A new survey shows that Chinese consumers are hungry for smartphones.
4 Survival Trends People Will Turn to in 2017 That Marketers Need to Understand

4 Survival Trends People Will Turn to in 2017 That Marketers Need to Understand

Marketers and consumers alike are reeling from a year of deep division and chaos. "WTF just happened?" is the first question we're asking ourselves followed by, "Where do we go from here?" Faith
Here’s Why Some People Are Willing to Pay For the News

Here’s Why Some People Are Willing to Pay For the News

But an equally sizable number say they are fine with getting their news for free.
Here’s Why Some People Are Willing to Pay For the News

Here’s Why Some People Are Willing to Pay For the News

But an equally sizable number say they are fine with getting their news for free.
The Retail Apocalypse is a Lie

The Retail Apocalypse is a Lie

This post The Retail Apocalypse is a Lie appeared first on Daily Reckoning. Everyone knows that the first half of the year was a disaster for the mall anchors, with no relief is in sight for some of
Rebecca Minkoff: Stop Thinking Of E-Commerce As Separate. Blurring Lines Helps the Bottom Line.

Rebecca Minkoff: Stop Thinking Of E-Commerce As Separate. Blurring Lines Helps the Bottom Line.

Blurring the lines between e-commerce and in-store shopping is good for the bottom line, she says.
Rebecca Minkoff: Stop Thinking Of E-Commerce As Separate. Blurring Lines Helps the Bottom Line.

Rebecca Minkoff: Stop Thinking Of E-Commerce As Separate. Blurring Lines Helps the Bottom Line.

Blurring the lines between e-commerce and in-store shopping is good for the bottom line, she says.
Great video primer on the mathematics of auctions

Great video primer on the mathematics of auctions

What's the difference between a tulip auction, an English auction, a sealed bid auction, and a Vickrey second-bid auction? Preston McAfee, Chief Economist at Microsoft explains auction types. Bonus
Google Under Privacy Investigation in Missouri: Tech Had Better Worry

Google Under Privacy Investigation in Missouri: Tech Had Better Worry

The industry says regulations get in the way of innovation, but that may no longer fly.
When (and why) did the US start calling its citizens consumers?

When (and why) did the US start calling its citizens consumers?

Today, the terms "citizen" and "consumer" are often used interchangeably by authors, journalists and politicians. To some experts, this shift has disturbing implications. But how important is a word?
New Skift Research Report: 2018 Global Travel Market Outlook

New Skift Research Report: 2018 Global Travel Market Outlook

With many global markets showing healthy signs of growth and consumer and business confidence high, we expect the travel industry to benefit from a solid year of macroeconomic growth in 2018. -Rebecca
American Express finally ditches the need for signatures with its credit card

American Express finally ditches the need for signatures with its credit card

Like MasterCard and Discover before it, American Express is eliminating signatures for all credit card purchases. The company announced Monday that merchants won't need customers to sign for anything
Skift Analyst Session Finds Little Cause for Gloom in Global Travel Outlook

Skift Analyst Session Finds Little Cause for Gloom in Global Travel Outlook

We think 2018 is setting up to be a solid year for growth in travel, despite lingering uncertainty over the direction of economic, foreign, and political policies around the world. Subscribe to Skift
How Much Cardboard Does Online Shipping Use?

How Much Cardboard Does Online Shipping Use?

Online shipping is highly convenient, and it’s changing the way we use cardboard — but not necessarily for the worse. Learn why in this episode of BrainStuff.
Coca-Cola Wants to Be More Environmentally Friendly. Here’s How

Coca-Cola Wants to Be More Environmentally Friendly. Here’s How

It joins a list of major companies making this shift.
Consumer Confidence Soars to Highest Level Since 2000

Consumer Confidence Soars to Highest Level Since 2000

Consumers saying jobs are “plentiful” increased from 37.2 percent to 39.4 percent, while those claiming jobs are “hard to get” decreased from 16.3 percent to 14.7 percent.
The death of the “Big Food” era is imminent after the industry’s biggest lobbying group crumbles

The death of the “Big Food” era is imminent after the industry’s biggest lobbying group crumbles

One of America’s most powerful food lobbying groups has been neutered, largely abandoned by its own industry after failing to adequately contain or respond to…
California joins 18 states proposing Right to Repair Act, takes on new lobbying group

California joins 18 states proposing Right to Repair Act, takes on new lobbying group

California Assemblymember Susan Talamantes Eggman has introduced the California Right to Repair Act, marking the 19th state to propose pro-consumer repair legislation this year. Though similar bills