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Experience Is Your Comfort Zone

Up Your Game | Ted Leonhardt
May 27, 2015

When someone requests your professional help, they are giving you permission and the power to ask for something in return. It is a magic moment. Mostly, we don’t like asking because it exposes us. Asking takes us out of our comfort zone. They might say no. And that might mean we don’t measure up or they don't need us. So we don’t ask. It makes us vulnerable to that basic fear that we’re just not worthy. It takes a lot of confidence to ask.

Building Community Takes a Forthright Focus

Building Community Takes a Forthright Focus

Doug Bedell
May 27, 2015

If you’re running an online community or corporate website, or advising someone who is, here are “20 community building tips” that ought to be readily at hand, nay practiced. Brooke Ballard thinks that walking in the shoes of your audience members is about the most important thing you can be d...

Periscope Gains Popularity and Critics

Periscope Gains Popularity and Critics

Jessica Cherok
May 27, 2015

There really isn’t much hotter than Periscope right now. But while the live-streaming app has gained a lot of fans, it has also ruffled quite a few feathers. For those that don’t know, Periscope is a live-streaming video app that allows users to "explore the world through someone else’s eye...

Is 100% Viewability Realistic? Doubtful

Is 100% Viewability Realistic? Doubtful

Dwayne W. Waite Jr.
May 27, 2015

Brands have been really bent out of shape since the report that came out towards the end of 2014 stating that less than half the ads presented on the web are being seen by actual people. Yes, the majority of digital ads are being screened by bots and spammers, the worst of the worst in terms of a di...

Swipe a Code, Meet Your New England Fisherman

Swipe a Code, Meet Your New England Fisherman

Cindy Wendland
May 27, 2015

Food tracking technology is apparently an $11 billion industry. The New England fishing industry is trying to survive and feels this tracking technology may be their best bet to differentiate themselves. The app is under development and will allow the buyer to scan the fish and follow the path all t...