Archive for January, 2016

Week in Review: Digital Marketing Hubs + Internet of Terrible Things

Sunday, January 31st, 2016

Who Has the Best Digital Marketing Hub for 2016?

The best cocktails sometimes only take two ingredients. But that’s not the case with the perfect digital marketing hub. Read more.
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Customer Experience

Would It Kill You to Thank Your Customers?

Cortana Does Her Best Imitation of Your Mom


What You Should Trust for SEO in 2016


Marketers: With Great Power Comes Great Responsibility

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IBM Adds a New Bounce to its DX Step with Latest Buy

Friday, January 29th, 2016

Long before Kim Kardashian set out to break the Internet, someone else actually did. The year was 1999. During Super Bowl XXXIII, Victoria’s Secret ran an ad announcing that it would broadcast its famous lingerie fashion show on the Web.

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Marvin Minsky and the Use Case for Artificial Brilliance

Friday, January 29th, 2016

Marvin Minsky and the Use Case for Artificial Brilliance

Brilliance is a difficult product to sell to a mass market or audience. The use case for brilliance as a virtue in business, astonishingly, has yet to be proven, especially in light of the realization that “disruption” — that most cherished virtue of business today — does not require it.

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Will Xerox Split Have a Happy Ending?

Friday, January 29th, 2016

Norwalk, Conn.-based Xerox Corp. confirmed this morning that it will split into two companies. The split effectively takes Affiliated Computer Services — which it bought for $6 billion in 2009 — out of the company.

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News You Can Use: Investors Get Personal with BloomReach

Friday, January 29th, 2016

News You Can Use: Investors Get Personal with BloomReach

Investors are taking things personally.
Venture capitalists invested $56 million in a Series D funding round into BloomReach, a Mountain, View, Calif.-based cloud personalization platform company. Bain Capital Ventures, Battery Ventures, Lightspeed Ventures, New Enterprise Associates and Salesforce Ventures participated in the funding round.

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