5 Digital Trends You Must Adopt Right Now (Thinks Out Loud Episode 173)
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5 Digital Trends You Must Adopt Right Now (Thinks Out Loud Episode 173) – Headlines and Show Notes
- 32 Killer Resources to Improve Your Digital Strategy: The Top Posts of 2016 (So Far)
- Content is Still the King
- 15 Colossal Content Marketing Insights to Kick off Your Week
- 2016’s Top Trends: Make Room For Mobile Video
- Digital Video is Taking Over: These 5 Data Points Prove It
- Driving Seamless Experiences in 2016
- Five Reasons Marketers Need to Get Ready for Mobile Messaging
- Three Trends to Watch in 2016
- Trends for 2016: Is Execution the New Innovation?
- The Digital Strategy Myth
- 11 Data-Driven Marketing Insights to Start Your Week Off Right
- VR, AI, and UX: 7 Posts Highlighting Top Trends for 2016
- Why Digital Demands Personalization and Customer Focus
- 5 Key Questions for Creating a ‘Test and Learn’ Culture
- How to Keep Up With Technology as a Marketer: The Quick and Dirty Guide
- The New Digital Strategy Playbook: Part 1 and The New Digital Strategy Playbook Part 2: Electric Boogaloo
- 9 Must-Read Personalization Insights to Start Your Week Off Right
- Don’t Get Hung Up On Smartphones: Put Your Customer First
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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:
(And, yes… you can hire me to speak at your next event, too).
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 50s
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