Learn from their mistakes to actually get the results you intend from your communcations.
If you’ve ever searched for an apartment in New York City, you know that it’s a very unique form of hellish torture.
Between the intense competition, slimy rental agents, and exorbitant broker fees, I honestly feel extremely lucky to have found a place I enjoy.
Just one thing.
My landlord is totally clueless when it comes to communicating with my fellow tenants and me.
Luckily, my management company’s design ineptitude has generated several teachable moments for me to share with you — my closest internet friends.
I spent a day this week on an annual overhaul of my digital security. Several friends and colleagues were interested in a guide to doing the same; so I thought I would write one up and share with all of you: my closest internet friends.
Everybody and their grandmother is getting hacked these days.
How to Get the Truth from Marketing Data
Let’s talk about how to spot (and prevent) common statistical issues with analyzing your marketing campaigns.
If you’ve worked with marketing data (especially data from social media analytics, experiments, email tracking, etc.), seeing the results of your marketing efforts in the dashboard of some analytics tool can carry a beautiful feeling of certainty.
You put up an ad. People click on it. People buy something. Seems pretty straightforward, right?
Well, it’s not quite so straight-forward in practice.
Recently, I gave a talk on exactly this topic at Social Media Breakfast in Minneapolis…
A few weeks ago, my girlfriend and I took a road trip to good ol’ Portland, OR. After two full days of driving, 6 cups of coffee, 2 boxes of Thin Mints, a stay at an Airbnb, and a dinner in a particularly unfriendly rural Montana diner, we arrived at my sister’s apartment to stay for the week.
I had never been to Portland before, and we spent the week wandering about the city escorted by my sister Andrea and her friends. …
My friends and colleagues, change is in the air.
I am elated to announce a new partnership with BizzyWeb, one of the Twin Cities’ best online marketing companies. Many of you already familiar with BizzyWeb: you’ve likely seen their work, attended one of their webinars, or seen owner Dave Meyer on the cover of New Business Minnesota. They’ve got a strong reputation in the business community, and I can’t think of anyone else I would rather have supporting my clients and their websites.
I don’t know what it is about September, but it seems like everyone goes conference-crazy. And, let me tell you, this September has been no exception. We here at Tech Nick Creative have been up to our ears in professional development — taking in big ideas from some of the most creative thinkers in the country, all in the last week.
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