How to Compete With Amazon (and Expedia and Google and…) (Thinks Out Loud Episode 221)
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How to Compete With Amazon (and Expedia and Google and…) (Thinks Out Loud Episode 221) – Headlines and Show Notes
- Walmart’s tech division to add 2,000 employees this year | VentureBeat
- Amazon’s Alexa will now butler at Marriott hotels | Reuters
- Booking.com – Wikipedia
- What Mary Meeker’s 2018 Internet Trends Report Means for Your Business (Thinks Out Loud Episode 220)
- Mike Moran on Content Marketing, Site Search, and AI: The Thinks Out Loud Interview (Thinks Out Loud Episode 214)
- Differentiation, difference and ecommerce success (Guide to Small Business Ecommerce Strategy)
- Why I’m disappointed in Seth Godin today…
- “Different: Escaping the Competitive Herd” by Youngme Moon (Book Review of the Week-ish)
- Aggregation Theory – Stratechery by Ben Thompson
- Information Rules: A Strategic Guide to the Network Economy by Carl Shapiro and Hal Varian
- Deal With It: Digital Makes Marketing Easier for Everyone, Which Makes Marketing Harder For Everyone (Thinks Out Loud Episode 213)
- David Armano on Twitter: “Much truth #digitaltransformation #disruption… “
- Disruption? 5 Digital Trends Show Why You Ain’t Seen Nothing Yet
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Recorded using a Heil Sound PR 30 Large Diaphragm Multipurpose Dynamic Microphone through a Cloud Microphones CL-1 Cloudlifter Mic Activator and a Mackie Onyx Blackjack USB recording interface into Logic Express 9 for the Mac.
Running time: 14m 47s
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