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Podcast: Of Books and Podcasts

Jacob Smith in Podcast  

We talk through the top five posts on r/marketing. Great posts this week from the community. We talk through bing ads, recommend books and podcasts and how to start a marketing agency.

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Podcast: Agency side or client side?

Jacob Smith in Podcast  

We dive into the marketing sub-reddit to discover how to behave at parties and whom to avoid in the lunchroom.

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Podcast: Get off Your Phone!

Jacob Smith in Marketing, Podcast  

Have you used your phone in a meeting? Have you? What if your boss 'lost it' and demanded all phones are banned in meeting. Well that happened and was reported in  this article from the Wall Street Journal. Excuse the link to a twitter status to avoid the WSJ paywall.

Listen as Josh, Jacob and[...]

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Podcast: On Facebook and Privacy

Polly Yakovich in Podcast, Digital Media  

Well, Facebook is still in the news with questions about the privacy of their user data and control over data leaks. Mark Zuckerberg is now being asked to testify to the EU about Facebook's data practices.

Today's breaking news is that Cambridge Analytica, the company that sparked the scandal,[...]

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Thought Leadership, Good or Bad? (Podcast)

Polly Yakovich in Podcast, Strategy  

This week we talk about thought leadership - inspired by the blog post: Becoming A Thought Leader: Is It Worth The Effort?

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Podcast: Design by Journey

Jacob Smith in Podcast, Web Design  

On this week's episode we discuss an article from Smashing Magazine: Mobile First is Just Not Good Enough: Meet Journey-Driven Design.

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Podcast: Agile Marketing

Josh Dougherty in Podcast  

Agile methodologies have been used in the software world for a couple decades to great success. As a result, the term is thrown around a lot even though many people don't know what it is. Usually people think agile means moving quickly and turning on a dime. Agile processes like Scrum and Kanban[...]

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Podcast: Child Sponsorship Anonymous

Jacob Smith in fundraising, Podcast  

This week we discuss an article from the New York Times about child sponsorship. The author of the article tracked down a sponsored child for a man in Australia. While the child's community had seen benefit, the child and his family weren't aware that someone half-a-world away had been sending[...]

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Podcast: Google Shoots the Moon

Jacob Smith in Podcast  

For our first podcast we discuss Alphabet's (Google's parent company) recent earning report. Their moonshot projects (innovation initiatives) lost $859 million last quarter, compared to $660 million in the same quarter of 2015.

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