How often do you hear an extraordinary presentation? I don’t mean a cartoon-laced Powerpoint deck that makes you chuckle, or a keynote punctuated by slick multimedia clips. By extraordinary, I mean a TED-quality talk by a storyteller who simply takes … Continue reading →
The end of a “House of Cards” episode. Bacon cornbread at Husk restaurant in Charleston. Sunsets. They all leave me wanting more, like the email that hit my inbox today about a webinar I recently attended.
Online reviews trump advertising, in-store advice and friends when it comes to researching gadgets on Amazon.com, contractors on Angie’s List, getaways on TripAdvisor and finding out why Yelpers think that “hot” new restaurant is a flash in the pan. No matter where you look these days, #EveryonesACritic. New York Times bestselling author and online consumer behavior expert Bill Tancer says feedback on these sites is fertile ground for learning how to keep and win customers. Continue reading →
One of my favorite quotes comes from an “Ask Me Anything” session on Reddit where Bill Nye “the Science Guy” said “Everyone you will ever meet knows something you don’t.” His potent quotable came to mind the moment I saw … Continue reading →