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September 23, 2016

13 Key Insights About Mobile Commerce, Payments, and Content Marketing: E-commerce Link Digest

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13 Key Insights About Mobile Commerce, Payments, and Content Marketing: Man using mobile phone to browse and buy online

Hey, Big Thinkers! Hope you’ve had a great week. We’re going to skip any big setup this time around and instead just offer you this great list of 13 key insights about mobile commerce, payments, and content marketing. Enjoy:

  1. In what is no doubt the most exciting mobile commerce news of the last week, Wired writes, “Who Cares About the New iPhone Camera? The Real Change Is Apple Pay.” As Jeremy Liew said on Twitter: “Apple Pay now works with mobile websites, dramatically decreasing friction for Mcommerce.” I couldn’t have said it better myself.
  2. On a related note, CNet reported that “Facebook Messenger’s Bots Will Soon Take Payments.” As with the Apple Pay news, this is a really big deal, reducing friction and helping to drive increased conversion rates for mobile commerce everywhere.
  3. Given these changes, I’m going to have to update this “Quick Snapshot of the State of Mobile Payments” to reflect how these will shift customer behavior and drive greater use.
  4. So we’re ringing in the new, but we’re not really getting rid of the old. According to eMarketer, “Email Continues to Deliver Strong ROI and Value for Marketers” — and strong usage amongst consumers. That’s a really good thing and an opportunity for you to keep building relationships with your customers.
  5. Shifting gears a bit, ABC News explains “Why Apple CEO Tim Cook Prefers Augmented Reality Over Virtual Reality.” Sounds about right to me.
  6. While we’re on the topic, you might want to check out this round-update of “VR, AI, and UX: 7 Posts Highlighting Top Trends for 2016.”
  7. Marketing Land has a great look at “The 7 Pillars of a Healthy Marketing Organization, According to The CMO of GE Healthcare Digital” that’s well worth your time.
  8. Meanwhile, we looked at “How Can You Succeed at Digital Marketing Next Year? 17 Great Posts Offer Answers.”
  9. One great way to succeed at digital marketing is to focus on creating great content marketing. And to help you do that, the fine folks at TopRank put together this post that recommends for “Content Marketing: Answer These 4 Questions in the First 15 Seconds.”
  10. Marketing Charts looked at how companies use content marketing and found that “Blogs and Videos Are the Most Commonly Produced Content Marketing Types.” We might need to add that information to these “15 Colossal Content Marketing Insights to Kick off Your Week.”
  11. Of course, you should check out this podcast episode that uncovers “Why Content Marketing Matters.” At the same time, I’d recommend you remember that “Content Marketing is a Powerful Hammer But Not Everything’s a Nail.”
  12. Snapchat is probably the most dominant driver of the state of content marketing. As Farhad Manjoo noted on Twitter:

    That’s not just true for apps. It’s true for all forms of content as this reply shows:

  13. Finally, with all these changes, you might appreciate this “Digital Transformation: A Brief Introduction” guide that we put together for you. Check it out when you get a chance, OK?

If you want learn even more about how your customers’ changing behavior shapes e-commerce and marketing, be sure and register to receive a special report I’ve produced in conjunction with hotel marketing firm Vizergy, “Digital Hotel Marketing in a Multiscreen World.” While it’s targeted specifically at hotel and resort marketers, the lessons apply to just about any business. You can get your free copy of the report here.

You can also check out these slides and video from my recent webinar, “Digital Marketing Directions: Three Key Trends Driving Your Marketing Next Year”:

Finally, you might enjoy some of these past posts from Thinks to help you build your e-commerce strategy and your digital success:

Tim Peter

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September 21, 2016

Digital Transformation: A Brief Introduction (Thinks Out Loud Episode 178)

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You might also want to check out these slides I had the pleasure of presenting recently about how to lead mobile-focused digital transformation within large organizations (a topic we’ve been talking about a fair bit lately). Here are the slides for your reference:

Technical Details for Thinks Out Loud

Recorded using an Audio-Technica AT2035 studio condenser microphone through a Mackie Onyx Blackjack USB recording interface into Logic Express 9 for the Mac.

Running time: 13m 24s

You can subscribe to Thinks Out Loud in iTunes [iTunes link], the Google Play Store, via our dedicated podcast RSS feed )(or sign up for our free newsletter). You can also download/listen to the podcast here on Thinks using the player at the top of this page.

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September 16, 2016

10 Terrific E-commerce and Digital Customer Experience Insights: E-commerce Link Digest

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10 Terrific E-commerce and Digital Customer Experience Insights: Woman checking out at store with mobile

Howdy, Big Thinkers! No fancy setup this week. Instead just a quick list of 10 terrific e-commerce and digital customer experience insights to carry you through the weekend. Enjoy:

  1. A recent episode of Thinks Out Loud, our weekly e-commerce and digital strategy podcast, looked at “What Amazon’s Jeff Bezos Can Teach You About Digital Marketing.” Which, to be fair, is mostly about disruption. As Bezos once famously said, “Your margin is my opportunity.” The key is to ensure he doesn’t disrupt you.
  2. While we’re talking about Amazon, Business Insider reported that “Amazon Plans to Open up to 100 Pop-Up Stores in US Shopping Malls by Next Year” to shorten the time it takes to put products in their customers’ hands. This is a really big deal, actually, as it helps Amazon solve for the “last mile” and same-day delivery problem.
  3. And, on a highly-related note, the Wall Street Journal has a fascinating article that shows “E-Commerce Is a Boon for Rural America, but It Comes With a Price.” Very interesting read.
  4. One last Amazon story from Bloomberg says that “Amazon Wants Live Sports Streaming Rights.” This is likely a sign of how important Amazon consider Prime membership to its business since, according to GeekWire, “members spend $1,500 a year on average, compared to non-members who spend about $625 a year.” I’d be investing like crazy in content too.
  5. Shifting gears ever so slightly, Econsultancy has a great piece that asks “How Can Retailers Create More Engaging Mobile Experiences In-Store?” Very well worth your time.
  6. Speaking of customer experience, McKinsey created “The CEO Guide to Customer Experience” that you’ll want to check out — and that you’ll want to share with your CEO.
  7. Continuing with this theme, another recent episode of Thinks Out Loud asked “Is Customer Experience the Future of E-commerce?” The quick answer is “yes,” but be sure to give a listen to the whole thing to see how it applies in your world.
  8. Of course, getting customer experience right takes some work. As CMS Wire just said “Digital Customer Experience Isn’t Child’s Play. Just Ask Lego.” Good stuff.
  9. Another Thinks Out Loud episode explained “How to Connect Customer Data and Customer Experience” in some detail. Be sure to give it a listen.
  10. Finally, let’s wrap up this list of 10 terrific e-commerce and digital customer experience insights with one last Thinks Out Loud entry on this same topic claimed “The Future of Digital Arrived Last Week.” Why not give it a listen to see what that means for you?

If you want learn even more about how your customers’ changing behavior shapes e-commerce and marketing, be sure and register to receive a special report I’ve produced in conjunction with hotel marketing firm Vizergy, “Digital Hotel Marketing in a Multiscreen World.” While it’s targeted specifically at hotel and resort marketers, the lessons apply to just about any business. You can get your free copy of the report here.

You can also check out these slides and video from my recent webinar, “Digital Marketing Directions: Three Key Trends Driving Your Marketing Next Year”:

Finally, you might enjoy some of these past posts from Thinks to help you build your e-commerce strategy and your digital success:

Tim Peter

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September 15, 2016

The Future of Digital Arrived Last Week (Thinks Out Loud Episode 177)

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The Future of Digital Arrived Last Week (Thinks Out Loud Episode 177) – Headlines and Show Notes

Subscribe to Thinks Out Loud

Contact information for the podcast: podcast@timpeter.com

Past Insights from Tim Peter Thinks

You might also want to check out these slides I had the pleasure of presenting recently about how to lead mobile-focused digital transformation within large organizations (a topic we’ve been talking about a fair bit lately). Here are the slides for your reference:

Technical Details for Thinks Out Loud

Recorded using an Audio-Technica AT2035 studio condenser microphone through a Mackie Onyx Blackjack USB recording interface into Logic Express 9 for the Mac.

Running time: 12m 19s

You can subscribe to Thinks Out Loud in iTunes [iTunes link], the Google Play Store, via our dedicated podcast RSS feed )(or sign up for our free newsletter). You can also download/listen to the podcast here on Thinks using the player at the top of this page.

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September 9, 2016

10 Posts Demonstrating Digital Disruption in Practice: E-commerce Link Digest

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Howdy, Big Thinkers! No setup this week. Just a quick list of 10 posts demonstrating digital disruption in practice for you. Enjoy:

  1. Let’s kick off this list of 10 posts demonstrating digital disruption with CMO.com’s look at “Digital Disruption: 5 Trends Driving Change.” Good read.
  2. We’ve also talked about how “Digital Drives Disruption” in our e-commerce and digital strategy podcast, Thinks Out Loud. Be sure to check it out.
  3. Sticking with that disruption topic, Business Insider says, “Here’s How WhatsApp Could Disrupt Healthcare.” Or, if you think about it, almost any other industry too.
  4. While we’re looking at industries under threat, in another Business Insider article, they ask “Are Malls Really Dying?” The answer is… it’s complicated. And well worth your time to understand why.
  5. On that topic, we took a look at “What the Future of Marketing Might Look Like” in a recent episode of Thinks Out Loud that you’ll definitely want to give some time to.
  6. The fine folks at Brand Quarterly take a good look at “Personalization In The Digital Age” that’s well worth your time.
  7. Information Age explains why “The Digital Economy Is Dependent on Data Sharing, Security and Trust” — and why that matters to your brand and business. Good stuff.
  8. Business2Community has a great look at “Key Strategies to Wow Your Customers with a Winning Customer Experience” that highlights the importance of customer experience for effectively connecting with customers.
  9. With that in mind, remember when dealing with experience on mobile, “Don’t Get Hung Up On Smartphones: Put Your Customer First.”
  10. And, finally, let’s wrap up this week’s list of 10 posts demonstrating digital disruption with this collection of “One Dozen Long-Weekend Digital Marketing Links You’ll Love” from our E-commerce Link Digest series.

If you want learn even more about how your customers’ changing behavior shapes e-commerce and marketing, be sure and register to receive a special report I’ve produced in conjunction with hotel marketing firm Vizergy, “Digital Hotel Marketing in a Multiscreen World.” While it’s targeted specifically at hotel and resort marketers, the lessons apply to just about any business. You can get your free copy of the report here.

You can also check out these slides and video from my recent webinar, “Digital Marketing Directions: Three Key Trends Driving Your Marketing Next Year”:

Finally, you might enjoy some of these past posts from Thinks to help you build your e-commerce strategy and your digital success:

Tim Peter

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September 2, 2016

One Dozen Long-Weekend Digital Marketing Links You’ll Love: E-commerce Link Digest

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One Dozen Long-Weekend Digital Marketing Links You'll Love: E-commerce Link Digest

Hey, Big Thinkers! Hope you’re off to enjoy a fantastic long holiday weekend. I won’t bother you with any fancy setup and instead will just offer you this list of one dozen long-weekend digital marketing links you’ll love. Enjoy:

  1. We asked “Is It Time for Your Website to Die?” in a recent episode of Thinks Out Loud, our weekly e-commerce and digital marketing podcast. The answer’s worth checking out.
  2. Brand Quarterly took a good look at how you can “Achieve World Domination: Develop Your Cross-Border E-Commerce Strategy” that you won’t want to miss.
  3. Another recent post from here on the blog uncovered “How Can You Succeed at Digital Marketing Next Year? 17 Great Posts Offer Answers.”
  4. eMarketer reports that “Smartphone Usage Among Millennials Varies Globally.” That’s true: It varies from a big percentage to a huge percentage. In any case, most millennials around the globe use smartphones.
  5. Marketing Charts notes that “The Typical Millennial Age Range is Fairly Wide. Within It Are Varying Social Media Preferences.” This one’s a little bit different than smartphone adoption and bears looking at more closely, depending on the makeup of your customer groups.
  6. The massive adoption of smartphones among millennials represents just one of the reasons “Why I’m Bullish on Mobile Payments and Messaging.”
  7. While we’re on the topic of payments, you might want to check out “A Quick Snapshot of the State of Mobile Payments” that we put together for you.
  8. In either case, it’s important to remember, “Don’t Get Hung Up On Smartphones: Put Your Customer First.”
  9. On that front, Business2Community explores the “Digital Retail and eCommerce Marketing Trends That Are Changing the Game in 2016 and Beyond.”
  10. And Forbes takes a fairly long look at how “One Year On, Westfield Bespoke, The Retail Tech Space Piloted In San Francisco, Is Winning.” Pardon the interstitial when you head over there. But trust me, the article is really worth your time.
  11. Putting all these trends together matters, because as eMarketer data shows, “Consumers Demand More Multichannel Customer Service.” The point is, “customer experience” isn’t mobile or retail or digital or e-commerce alone. It’s all of these things, every touchpoint, combined. And that’s why, when people ask me, “Will E-commerce Kill Retail?” I always answer, “No. At least not if you do it right. ”
  12. And so we’ll close out this list of one dozen long-weekend digital marketing links you’ll love with MIT Sloan’s look at “Aligning the Organization for Its Digital Future.” Because, ultimately, that’s something we’re all going to have to do to move forward and succeed.

If you want learn even more about how your customers’ changing behavior shapes e-commerce and marketing, be sure and register to receive a special report I’ve produced in conjunction with hotel marketing firm Vizergy, “Digital Hotel Marketing in a Multiscreen World.” While it’s targeted specifically at hotel and resort marketers, the lessons apply to just about any business. You can get your free copy of the report here.

You can also check out these slides and video from my recent webinar, “Digital Marketing Directions: Three Key Trends Driving Your Marketing Next Year”:

Finally, you might enjoy some of these past posts from Thinks to help you build your e-commerce strategy and your digital success:

Tim Peter

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August 26, 2016

A Dozen Digital Strategy Trend Posts You’ve Got to See: E-commerce Link Digest

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Hey, Big Thinkers! Hope you’ve had an excellent week. Let’s add to it with this round-up of a dozen digital strategy trend posts you’ve got to see. Enjoy:
A Dozen Digital Strategy Trend Posts You've Got to See: E-commerce Link Digest
  1. eConsultancy kicks things off with this look at “Five Ways Artificial Intelligence Can Help Marketers Enhance the Customer Experience.” Great stuff, especially when you consider that “Customer Experience May Be the Future of E-commerce.”
  2. While we’re on that topic, you should check out this Mobile Commerce Daily piece that argues “Customer support is your brand’s untapped secret weapon.”
  3. Marketing Charts also supports that notion with data that shows “Customer-Centricity At the Heart of Digital Strategies, Say Global Execs.”
  4. I know I posted this last week in our round-up of “9 Necessary Marketing and E-commerce Insights” but this list of the “Top 100 Sites for Marketers” from Cision is just too good to ignore.
  5. Variety took a look at “What’s Behind Disney’s $1 Billion Major League Baseball Digital Deal?” that you’ll so want to read.
  6. And on a highly-related note, check out this post that demonstrates “Digital Video is Taking Over: These 5 Data Points Prove It.” Worth a read.
  7. The German edition of Business Insider has a cool report “The Fintech Ecosystem Report: Measuring the Effects of Technology on the Entire Financial Services Industry” that also shows “Why I’m Bullish on Mobile Payments and Messaging.”
  8. I’ve got two vaguely conflicting pieces up next for you. The first from Jean-Louis Gassee at Monday Note talks about “The Internet of Poorly Working Things,” while this Business Insider post outlines “11 Reasons to Be Excited About the Future of Technology.” Both are worth your time.
  9. Mobile Commerce Daily asks a critical question for modern marketing, “Is Your Location Data Actionable?” as well as some advice for how to make it so.
  10. These “8 Excellent E-commerce and Digital Strategy Insights” from our E-commerce Link Digest series is well worth checking out.
  11. CMO Australia asks “What Skills Do CMOs Need to Drive the Future Marketing Function?” Great stuff.
  12. And, if all this stuff has you worried about how to keep up, you should also take a look at “How to Keep Up With Technology as a Marketer: The Quick and Dirty Guide” that we put together for you a few weeks back.

If you want learn even more about how your customers’ changing behavior shapes e-commerce and marketing, be sure and register to receive a special report I’ve produced in conjunction with hotel marketing firm Vizergy, “Digital Hotel Marketing in a Multiscreen World.” While it’s targeted specifically at hotel and resort marketers, the lessons apply to just about any business. You can get your free copy of the report here.

You can also check out these slides and video from my recent webinar, “Digital Marketing Directions: Three Key Trends Driving Your Marketing Next Year”:

Finally, you might enjoy some of these past posts from Thinks to help you build your e-commerce strategy and your digital success:

Tim Peter

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August 19, 2016

9 Necessary Marketing and E-commerce Insights: E-commerce Link Digest

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9 Necessary Marketing and E-commerce Insights: E-commerce Link DigestI don’t know about you Big Thinkers, but I’m looking forward to enjoying the weekend this week. Hope you are too. Here are 9 necessary marketing and e-commerce insights to get you through until next week. Enjoy:

  1. The Wall Street Journal offers this repot, “Chip Card Nightmares? Help Is on the Way.” Can’t come soon enough. As I’d mentioned on Twitter, “Pro-tip: Making it complicated for customers to figure out how to hand you their money is not a good idea.” Seriously. This was my experience at CVS the other day: Confusing credit card scanner at checkout Helpful? Not at all. We’ve taken something that used to be easy and made it much more difficult.
  2. While I still say the answer to the question “Will E-commerce Kill Retail?” is “no,” clearly, anything that makes retail more cumbersome while digital gets easier isn’t good for traditional retailers.
  3. Before we move away from the payments discussion, you might want to check out this look at “Why Mobile Payments Will Rule” and “Why I’m Bullish on Mobile Payments and Messaging” as well as these “11 Excellent E-commerce and Mobile Payment Entries” from the E-commerce Link Digest series.
  4. Sticking with e-commerce for a bit, Marketing Charts highlighted “The US Companies With the Best – and Worst – Web Experience Ratings.” The bottom of the list should shock almost no one, but there are great lessons to be learned from those at the top.
  5. While we’re talking about experience, it might be a good time to remind you, “In Digital, Don’t Be Your Own Worst Enemy” from our e-commerce and digital strategy podcast, Thinks Out Loud.
  6. Shifting gears, Stephen Baldwin at Social Media Today — not the actor, I trust — collected this list of “5 Social Media Marketing Trends for Summer 2016.” Well worth your time, especially since, as Marketing Charts points out, “Almost 1 in 5 Americans Visit A Company Page on Facebook Every Day.”
  7. Cision rounded-up an excellent list of the “Top 100 Sites for Marketers.” Allow my to contribute a hearty endorsement of that list.
  8. Speaking of round-ups, don’t miss these “11 Exceptional E-commerce Insights: The Top Posts of Summer, 2016” and these “8 Excellent E-commerce and Digital Strategy Insights” from the E-commerce Link Digest series.
  9. Finally, wondering “How Can You Succeed at Digital Marketing Next Year? These 17 Great Posts Offer Answers.” Good stuff to round-out this week’s list.

If you want learn even more about how your customers’ changing behavior shapes e-commerce and marketing, be sure and register to receive a special report I’ve produced in conjunction with hotel marketing firm Vizergy, “Digital Hotel Marketing in a Multiscreen World.” While it’s targeted specifically at hotel and resort marketers, the lessons apply to just about any business. You can get your free copy of the report here.

You can also check out these slides and video from my recent webinar, “Digital Marketing Directions: Three Key Trends Driving Your Marketing Next Year”:

Finally, you might enjoy some of these past posts from Thinks to help you build your e-commerce strategy and your digital success:

Tim Peter

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August 12, 2016

11 Excellent E-commerce and Mobile Payment Entries: E-commerce Link Digest

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11 Excellent E-commerce and Mobile Payment Entries from the Past Week: E-commerce Link Digest - Man using mobile paymentsHappy Friday, Big Thinkers! We’re going to skip the setup for this week’s E-commerce Link Digest and just get you right to these 11 excellent e-commerce and mobile payment entries from the past week instead. Enjoy:

  1. Kicking things off this week, Angela Everitt has a great piece on Brand Quarterly that says, when it comes to “Thought Leadership: Do Less, But Do It Better.” Here’s the thing: that’s true for everything.
  2. In fact, that focus on execution was the point of this week’s episode of Thinks Out Loud, our weekly digital strategy and e-commerce podcast, that advised, “In Digital, Don’t Be Your Own Worst Enemy.” Be sure to give it a listen when you get a moment, OK?
  3. Shifting gears, the fine folks at eMarketer asked “Will Internet Users Start Using Mobile Payment Apps Anytime Soon?” While only 1 in 5 respondents said they’re likely to start using one in the next year, usage data says otherwise. eMarketer projects almost $62 billion in spend on mobile payments next year. And, given the crappy, er, I mean, less than optimal rollout of EMV chip readers in stores — no, seriously, which stores make it clear whether we’re supposed to swipe or insert our cards? — retailers are inadvertently creating a great environment for driving usage.
  4. On a highly-related note, Leena Rao on Fortune reports that “Apple Pay Now Accounts for Three-Fourths of U.S. Contactless Payments.” So there’s that.
  5. On Mobile Commerce Daily, Brielle Jaekel explains “Why Universal Mobile Wallets Will Eventually Overtake Retailers’ Offerings.” The whole article is worth a read, but the simple answer comes down to utility and Millennials. Time will tell.
  6. Meanwhile, over on Forbes, Niall McCarthy highlights a fascinating infographic that shows what universal wallets have to contend with, noting “Starbucks Holds More Cash On Its Loyalty Cars Than Many Banks” have in deposits. Um… damn.
  7. When you put all of the above together, it helps explain “Why Mobile Payments Will Rule” and “Why I’m Bullish on Mobile Payments and Messaging.”
  8. For more on this topic, don’t miss “A Quick Snapshot of the State of Mobile Payments” that we put together for you a few weeks back.
  9. Moving into other aspects of e-commerce, Stephie Grob Plante makes “The Case for the American Mall” over on Racked and notes, “malls aren’t dying. They’re changing” Or at least the good ones are. Great read and well-worth paying attention to no matter what business you’re in as the challenges malls face today will confront us all eventually — assuming they’re not already.
  10. Picking up on that thread, I recently posted an update to an alder post that asked, “Will E-commerce Kill Retail?” Shore answer: No. Long answer: Well, read the post.
  11. Of course, if you’re looking for even more useful information than we can fit into this collection of 11 excellent e-commerce and mobile payment entries from the past week, be sure to check out these “13 Excellent E-Commerce and Digital Strategy Insights” from our ongoing E-Commerce Link Digest series, as well as these “32 Killer Resources to Improve Your Digital Strategy: The Top Posts of 2016 (So Far).” You’ll be glad you did.

If you want learn even more about how your customers’ changing behavior shapes e-commerce and marketing, be sure and register to receive a special report I’ve produced in conjunction with hotel marketing firm Vizergy, “Digital Hotel Marketing in a Multiscreen World.” While it’s targeted specifically at hotel and resort marketers, the lessons apply to just about any business. You can get your free copy of the report here.

You can also check out these slides and video from my recent webinar, “Digital Marketing Directions: Three Key Trends Driving Your Marketing Next Year”:

Finally, you might enjoy some of these past posts from Thinks to help you build your e-commerce strategy and your digital success:

Tim Peter

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August 10, 2016

In Digital, Don’t Be Your Own Worst Enemy (Thinks Out Loud Episode 174)

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In Digital, Don't Be Your Own Worst Enemy (Thinks Out Loud Episode 174): Enemies sitting side by side

In Digital, Don’t Be Your Own Worst Enemy (Thinks Out Loud Episode 174) – Headlines and Show Notes

Subscribe to Thinks Out Loud

Contact information for the podcast: podcast@timpeter.com

Past Insights from Tim Peter Thinks

You might also want to check out these slides I had the pleasure of presenting recently about how to lead mobile-focused digital transformation within large organizations (a topic we’ve been talking about a fair bit lately). Here are the slides for your reference:

Technical Details for Thinks Out Loud

Recorded using an Audio-Technica AT2035 studio condenser microphone through a Mackie Onyx Blackjack USB recording interface into Logic Express 9 for the Mac.

Running time: 14m 29s

You can subscribe to Thinks Out Loud in iTunes [iTunes link], the Google Play Store, via our dedicated podcast RSS feed )(or sign up for our free newsletter). You can also download/listen to the podcast here on Thinks using the player at the top of this page.