Google keeps wining in the marketplace. You see this everyday. If you're like most businesses, you rely on Google for 40% to 60% of your traffic or more. They're the beast that scares your industry's 800lb. gorilla. And they keep getting better… and bigger. But they also provide a clear example for how you can win in the cutthroat competitive digital environment you live in every day.
The latest episode of Thinks Out Loud looks at why Google keeps winning and the playbook they provide so that you can win too.
Want to learn more? Here are the show notes for you:
Relevant Links — Why Google Keeps Winning. And How You Can Win Too. (Thinks Out Loud Episode 263)
- Understanding searches better than ever before
- Stop Outsourcing Your Sales & Marketing to Gatekeepers Like Google (Thinks Out Loud Episode 257)
- Why Google is the Beast That Scares Your Industry's 800-lb. Gorilla (Thinks Out Loud Episode 238)
- How to Compete With Amazon (and Expedia and Google and…) (Thinks Out Loud Episode 221)
- AI For Marketers: AI Makes Big Data Little (Thinks Out Loud Episode 196)
- AI Won't Steal Your Job: Smart People Who Put AI to Work Will (Thinks Out Loud Episode 208)
- Content is King, Customer Experience is Queen (Thinks Out Loud Episode 188)
- Data is the Crown Jewels: What That Means for Marketers Today (Thinks Out Loud Episode 239)
- How To Run Your Business As If Google Didn’t Exist (Thinks Out Loud Episode 298)
- How to Build a Digital Company (Thinks Out Loud 302)
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Past Insights from Tim Peter Thinks
You might also want to check out these slides I had the pleasure of presenting recently about the key trends shaping marketing in the next year. Here are the slides for your reference:
Technical Details for Thinks Out Loud
Recorded using a Heil PR-40 Dynamic Studio Recording Mic and a Focusrite Scarlett 4i4 (3rd Gen) USB Audio Interface into Logic Pro X for the Mac.
Running time: 14m 41s
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