Posts Tagged with "Marketplace"

Calendar: Blogging for Business Conference Monday

Thursday, October 18, 2007

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The Blogging for Business conference will be next Monday. Click below to see the Rocky Mountain Voices vidcast with Matt Reinbold and Brad Baldwin Related Posts:Network With MeaningCome one, Come all to Facebook… except you… and you… and…Calendar: Guy Kawasaki Speaking in Utah November 1st, 2007Twitter Me This – Why Hyper Connected People *Need* TwitterLinkedIn [...]

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Who is Serving Who?

Thursday, July 26, 2007

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The TwelveHorses blog has a way cool video touting more genuine advertising and the disconnect between traditional methods and the consumer’s current appetites. For me, I am constantly amazed at how employees at companies I “hire” to provide services to me (uh, that means I spend money there) constantly like giving me “advice” on how [...]

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How to get hired… in Second Life

Saturday, July 7, 2007

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Cory Edo of Electric Sheep company tells us how an artist should go about getting hired (if they wish) full-time in Second Life, the raging virtual world becoming quickly part of our own world. “You’re ready to make the jump. You want to work in SL full time doing what you love – building, texturing, [...]

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Bozofication Alive and Well: Utah Companies Will Pay for Stupidity

Wednesday, June 27, 2007

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UPDATE: Please leave comments about BOZO things you have experienced at your or other companies! Anonymous submissions OK I hate to say it, but I am seeing some of the most foolish and downright stupid things coming from Utah companies these days. These things may not be approaching the Yee-Haw ‘Bozofication’ problems that Guy Kawasaki [...]

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Dear Best Buy: Past Performance != Future Performance

Wednesday, June 27, 2007

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I walked into the Salt Lake City Best Buy today at 5000-ish South State Street in SLC, hopeful. I am looking for the needed stuff to hook up my iPod to my VW Passat’s factory stereo. I am expecting to spend about $500 on these adapters and wires and stuff, when I can finally find [...]

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Add Horsepower to Your Marketing Communications

Friday, June 8, 2007

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Steve Spence tossed me this link to check out, and I agree that Utah business communications consulting powerhouse Twelve Horses recently launched a new blog, sharing some great tips, hints and ideas for effective total-integration marketing and communications strategies, like this post: Marketing By Accident I cant tell you how many time I have talked [...]

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Why Classmates.com Has 18 Months to Live

Wednesday, January 24, 2007

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We’ve all seen the ads for the site, and they offer good services to help class reunions go off easier, but classmates.com (owned by United Online, which has an office in Orem) is failing its users in classic web 1.0 fashion: You gotta pay to play. I believe they are MASSIVELY missing out on the [...]

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Customer Experience? We Don’t Need No Stinking…

Saturday, January 13, 2007

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I wish I was a fly on the wall when the CEO of Kohls saw this blog post: Hee-Haw Marketing: HURRICANE KOHLS! I’ve got this Kohl’s right next to my house, and with that proximity, I’ll make a stop by every few weeks to check out the sales. Its always bad, but this Dallas, Texas [...]

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CIO Insight — Tips for Hiring; Retaining IT Staff

Monday, November 27, 2006

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CIO Insight is a great industry magazine which I enjoy regularly online and off. A recent article hit home for me, as a consultant to help companies with their technical recruiting: Three Experts’ Tips for Hiring, Retaining IT Staffs When it comes to hiring and retaining IT staffs, the future doesn’t look so bright. The [...]

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Jobless rate: All-time low

Monday, November 27, 2006

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The Salt Lake Tribune published an excellent article on Utah’s current record-low unemployment rate: State’s extra-tight employment market makes businesses scramble to find skilled, experienced staff By Bob Mims The Salt Lake Tribune Article Last Updated:11/15/2006 01:19:14 AM MSTJoblessness in Utah is at a record-low 2.5 percent, statistically equating to full employment for the state. [...]

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