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How do you prioritize and tell your colleagues about the data you have? http://www.buyerlegends.com/confused-comes-first-customer-customer-data/
Data-Driven Poster Child Tesco Loses Its Halo Tesco had been recognized as a data-driven company that wowed investors. Now not so much, with its market value at an 11 year low. Investors are understandably disappointed. Should that give us pause about the value of customer data? Harvard Business Review might be making that case but …
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Thoughts? Good read by +Michael Brito
 
Brand storytelling is more than just branded content, native advertising or creative campaigns on Facebook. It also involves mobilizing employees to feed the content engine. And it's not just employees tweeting or sharing company news in social media. It’s about finding good stories about the brand, its products or employees and using long-form content to tell everyone about it.
Forrester published this research a few months ago, “Build Your Army Of Brand Advocates From Across The Enterprise” and one of the execs surveyed said “brand building is a company-wide effort that
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Wishing you a happy 2015 - and a bit more
2015: the year to be bold and be utterly people-centric with service and the customer experience in mind.
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In this interview +Robin Woolen  looks back at the evolutions regarding information governance (IG) since he became active in the field twenty years ago, the developments in IG and best practices and lessons.
Robin Woolen, The Records Guru®, looks at the evolutions regarding information governance and provides best practices and lessons.
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Read the research, here is the discussion via +Avinash Kaushik
 
Social Media Advertising Does Not Influence Purchases.

Gallup finds people use social media to connect with friends and family. http://goo.gl/FU7qsX  I know that this seems like doh!. But consider that US companies spent $5 billion (nine zeros) on social media ads in 2013. For what?

Between G+, TW and FB I have half a million followers. From practice I have an understanding of the medium, and I believe it is of value. 

But not for pimping, and not for short-term impact of any kind. If your brand is inherently social, do social. If your marketing/relationship officer can give you a few years to see results, do social.  Else, quit. Or flush the social media ads you buy down the loo, it will go round and round and it is kind of fun to see.

The sad thing is there is that little will change. The most prominent button you will see on your Facebook page is "Promote Page" to earn likes. FB knows that most executives just want to see that number go up and will be happy. Even if that by itself delivers close to zero (or even negative) results. 

People like short term impact. But you, you are smart. If you are a "Social Media Marketer", seek companies that will invest in social because the brand is social (or can evolve to be) and will measure your success over the long term. 
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Digital business/marketing strategist. People-centric. Crossing channels. Building bridges. Analyst. Sometimes right, sometimes wrong. Happy when you shine. Learning every day from my 4 kids and life.
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