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Finding Humanity In An Era Of Change

Finding Humanity In An Era Of Change

A perspective from Cannes 2018 By Sharon Love – CEO, TPN   Awards for Creativity. Big data. Provocative speakers. Branded beaches. Yachts, parties, concerts, and rose… Some aspects have remained the same over time but the annual Cannes Lions Festival of Creativity has definitely undergone some change—even in the four short years I’ve attended. Beyond…

Retail Technology Takes Consumer Tracking To The Next Level

As the variables impacting shopper behavior continue to increase and diversify, retailers want to know more and more about their shoppers to keep them shopping and coming back for more. Online, retailer and e-commerce websites can track and get to know shoppers through a plethora of tactics (i.e. bread crumbs, click-throughs, mouse hovers, shopping carts,…

Nordstrom Explores Pinterest In-Store

Most brands and retailers these days utilize the image-cataloging social network Pinterest to drive awareness and engagement. Department store, Nordstrom, is taking cues from Pinterest in a trial initiative. According to Bloomberg Businessweek: In March, the department store chain started marking its “most-pinned” products from Pinterest with little “P” logos at two stores near its…

Social Media, Branding Superhero

Inc. Magazine recently featured a post about whether social media is more advertising or PR. The author believes that social media can be either, depending on a marketer’s goals or objectives. My Millennial opinion: Social media is its own entity. PR is message and communication management, a key aspect of social media. Advertising is focused…

Give and Take in the Millennial Generation

I once had a manager tell me that it was my job to make her look good and her job to make me look good – somewhat of a shocking statement for me, a newbie to the workforce, to hear. But as I quickly found out, this philosophy is all about give and take, and…