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Taking the Long View: Big Tech’s Earnings and the State of Digital Q2 2024 (Thinks Out Loud Episode 421)
Artificial Intelligence (AI), Podcast, Strategy

Taking the Long View: Big Tech’s Earnings and the State of Digital Q2 2024 (Thinks Out Loud Episode 421)

Just as we do every quarter, it’s time to review Big Tech’s earnings. We do this because you’ll always learn something about the state of digital from what Amazon, Google,…

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Picks, Shovels, and the AI Gold Rush (Thinks Out Loud Episode 414)
Artificial Intelligence (AI), Marketing, Podcast, Strategy, Technology

Picks, Shovels, and the AI Gold Rush (Thinks Out Loud Episode 414)

I’ve been relatively bearish lately on Google’s articulated vision — or lack thereof — for artificial intelligence. I’ve been much more bullish about Microsoft and Amazon and OpenAI. But here’s…

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Can Podcasting Help Your Business Bypass the Big Tech Gatekeepers? (Thinks Out Loud Episode 413)
content marketing, Marketing, Podcast, Strategy

Can Podcasting Help Your Business Bypass the Big Tech Gatekeepers? (Thinks Out Loud Episode 413)

You’ve heard me say many times that “gatekeepers gonna gate.” That’s what they do. Woudln't it be great if there was an easy, inexpensive way to bypass Big Tech’s gatekeepers?…

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Google Lacks Vision: Big Tech Earnings and the State of Digital Q1 2024 (Thinks Out Loud Episode 412)
Artificial Intelligence (AI), Podcast, Strategy

Google Lacks Vision: Big Tech Earnings and the State of Digital Q1 2024 (Thinks Out Loud Episode 412)

If we learned anything from Big Tech’s earnings this quarter, it’s that Microsoft, Meta, Amazon, and Apple have a clear vision for the future & and that Google doesn’t. Don’t…

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