I'm trying to think of a process that's democratic but also productive. Our editors tend to think of really great ideas, so we struggle to have any meaningful discussion around them because well, we just want to go ahead and write them! It seems like you could do everything online (vote, add helpful notes, etc) that I'm not sure what to do with valuable face time.
Appreciate any thoughts you guys have :)
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Online marketing, a field which benefits greatly from rigorous testing and thoughtful looks into a multitude of data, sometimes has to face the double-edged sword of best practices.
Though they encourage tested tactics, what works for one may not work for all.
Best practices also encourage “prescribed” advice that can stifle innovation at a company that refuses to innovate on its own – imitation may be the sincerest form of flattery, but it is not innovation.
That said, in tomorrow's post explains why you need to be careful about listening to the "metagame."
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