Month: November 2019

Digital assistants, driverless cars and trucks, medical diagnostic software, research bots- These are just the beginning. Each month, job markets are transformed or reduced in size ten fold, as a workforce of one hundred becomes a systems administrator of one. Keynes’ decades old worry of the “new disease” of technological unemployment looms larger with each
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As the Christmas office party season kicks off, ad land’s response to #metoo is launching a campaign asking bystanders witnessing sexual harassment what action they should take. The UK ad industry’s response to the #metoo and #timesup movement is using the start of the Christmas office party season to encourage bystanders witnessing sexual harassment to
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In advance of Small Business Saturday (Nov. 30) and the holiday shopping season, Pinterest has launched Pinterest Shop – a new dashboard curated by Pinterest that showcases the profiles and products of small businesses in an Etsy-style fashion. Shop currently includes 17 different small businesses that make and sell unique goods and have uploaded their
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In the latest edition of the Marketing Week Explores podcast, we discuss the brand reputational woes for Unilever following Dollar Shave Club’s appearance on pornography site Pornhub and debate the true value of NPS. In this edition of Marketing Week Explores, acting features editor Charlotte Rogers and senior reporter Ellen Hammett discuss the reputational damage
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This is the sixth installment in our series on marketing to the managed inbox. Reaching the managed inbox is a multi-layered process that involves a growing number of marketing resources and is more challenging than ever before. Thanks to the rise of malicious email practices, Internet Service Providers (ISPs) have doubled-down on email security practices. It
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Twitter is experimenting with a feature that lets users schedule Tweets natively on Twitter.com. The company has not confirmed how widespread the test is at this point. Tweet scheduling from Twitter’s TweetDeck is coming to Twitter.com. The test was confirmed by Twitter’s standalone app TweetDeck, which enables users to manage, sort, and schedule tweets across
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