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May 27, 2020

When Will the Recession End? (Thinks Out Loud Episode 289)

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When Will the Recession End? (Thinks Out Loud Episode 289) — Headlines and Show Notes

It’s pretty clear we’re all living through a Covid-19 driven recession. And while we know that the recession will end, no one knows for sure when the recession will end. However, it’s probably safe to assume that it will last at least as long as an average recession, give or take. What’s more important is what you do now — for your customers and your business — to ensure you’re putting yourself in good shape both for the time being and when we finally come to the end of the recession.

How can you do that? The latest episode of Thinks Out Loud walks you through it. Here are the show notes for you.

Relevant Links — When Will the Recession End? (Thinks Out Loud Episode 289)

Thinks Out Loud is sponsored by SoloSegment: SoloSegment increases large-enterprise, B2B website conversion with easy-to-install software that automatically connects website visitors to the content they need to see to achieve their goals. SoloSegment does this using anonymous data and machine learning ensuring privacy compliance, addressing the many anonymous visitors, and improving the efficiency of marketing teams. Visit SoloSegment.com.

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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 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: 19m 16s

You can subscribe to Thinks Out Loud in iTunes, 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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May 19, 2020

We Live Online Now (Thinks Out Loud Episode 288)

May 19, 2020 | By | No Comments

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We Live Online Now (Thinks Out Loud Episode 288) — Headlines and Show Notes

Last week we showed that we’ve seen “two years of digital transformation in two months.” This week we’re starting to get a sense of what that means — and why. And, at its core, it’s because we live online now. You, your customers, your community, spend their days living and communicating and connecting through digital. Overall? They like what they see. While it’s undoubtedly true that some things will go back to normal whenever we can go back outside again, it’s also true that some of this shifts are here to stay.

What does it mean for your business that we live online now? Who will win? And who will be left by the wayside? The latest episode of Thinks Out Loud breaks it down for you and talks about how you can connect with customers since we live online now.

Want to learn more? Here are the show notes for you.

Relevant Links — We Live Online Now (Thinks Out Loud Episode 288)

Thinks Out Loud is sponsored by SoloSegment: SoloSegment increases large-enterprise, B2B website conversion with easy-to-install software that automatically connects website visitors to the content they need to see to achieve their goals. SoloSegment does this using anonymous data and machine learning ensuring privacy compliance, addressing the many anonymous visitors, and improving the efficiency of marketing teams. Visit SoloSegment.com.

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 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: 17m 05s

You can subscribe to Thinks Out Loud in iTunes, 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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May 12, 2020

Two Years of Digital Transformation in Two Months (Thinks Out Loud Episode 287)

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Two Years of Digital Transformation in Two Months (Thinks Out Loud Episode 287) — Headlines and Show Notes

We’re facing immense change. Change in our daily lives. Change in our work. Change in digital use. Microsoft says it has seen “two years of digital transformation in two months” since the coronavirus started. And, this radical changes can easily feel like more than we can handle. That’s understandable.

However, just because it’s understandable that you’d feel overwhelmed at points doesn’t mean you can’t manage it. Because, when you look at the broader picture — when you step back and see the forest for the trees — what you’re seeing is what we’ve been talking about for years. It’s not “two years of digital transformation in two months.” It’s just digital transformation. It’s what we’ve all been talking about and working towards for, well, at least two years. And, most importantly, it’s a topic that’s well understood.

So, how can you manage in the current situation? How can you handle this amount of change? How can you adapt? The latest episode of Thinks Out Loud offers the insights you need to manage through this challenging period and to come out on top, whether the crisis lasts two months… or two years.

Want to learn more? Here are the show notes for you:

Relevant Links — Two Years of Digital Transformation in Two Months (Thinks Out Loud Episode 287 )

Massive Change — Two Years of Digital Transformation in Two Months (Thinks Out Loud Episode 287 )

Customer Needs Have Shifted Rapidly — Two Years of Digital Transformation in Two Months (Thinks Out Loud Episode 287 )

Individuals And Individual Businesses That Don’t Adapt Stand To Get Hammered — Two Years of Digital Transformation in Two Months (Thinks Out Loud Episode 287 )

Here’s What You Do — Two Years of Digital Transformation in Two Months (Thinks Out Loud Episode 287 )

Thinks Out Loud is sponsored by SoloSegment: SoloSegment increases large-enterprise, B2B website conversion with easy-to-install software that automatically connects website visitors to the content they need to see to achieve their goals. SoloSegment does this using anonymous data and machine learning ensuring privacy compliance, addressing the many anonymous visitors, and improving the efficiency of marketing teams. Visit SoloSegment.com.

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 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: 17m 35s

You can subscribe to Thinks Out Loud in iTunes, 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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May 6, 2020

Amazon, Google, Facebook, Apple and Microsoft Have a Secret Plan Right Now. Here’s Why You Should Care (Thinks Out Loud Episode 286)

May 6, 2020 | By | No Comments

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Amazon, Google, and Facebook Have a Secret Plan Right Now. Here’s Why You Should Care (Thinks Out Loud Episode 286) — Headlines and Show Notes

OK, let's be fair. The plans that Amazon, Google, Facebook, Apple, and Microsoft have aren't really a secret. But it's clear that these digital giants (AGFAM as I have long called them, or the Frightful Five if you prefer) are doing something very different from most businesses during the COVID-19 situation. Where most businesses are pulling back investment, cutting costs, and sticking to survival mode, the Frightful Five are investing — heavily — in the future. And not just a future. Their future. The future where they control everything. They're buying and building and busting their butts to gain even more market dominance when the economy comes back around. And that's a huge problem for everyone else who isn't doing those things.

This episode of Thinks Out Loud takes a look at their secret plan to extend their dominance and offers some tips on where you should look to make this challenge an opportunity for your business too.

Want to learn more? Here are the show notes for you.

Relevant Links — Amazon, Google, and Facebook Have a Secret Plan Right Now. Here’s Why You Should Care (Thinks Out Loud Episode 286)

Thinks Out Loud is sponsored by SoloSegment: SoloSegment increases large-enterprise, B2B website conversion with easy-to-install software that automatically connects website visitors to the content they need to see to achieve their goals. SoloSegment does this using anonymous data and machine learning ensuring privacy compliance, addressing the many anonymous visitors, and improving the efficiency of marketing teams. Visit SoloSegment.com.

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 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: 18m 10s

You can subscribe to Thinks Out Loud in iTunes, 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.