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  • Marketing Agency Model Dead

    RIP Old School Marketing Agency Models

    Is your marketing agency Future Proofed? Wexley is closing… where did Creature go? What is happening to Seattle’s Marketing Agency…

  • Ryan Gil Follow Your Passion

    Should’a could’a would’a – Regret bites, bite back.

    Doubts and regrets lurk inside all of us. Live long enough, and you will have a past to contend with.…

  • Talent Management

    Decrease Your Talent Acquisition and Increase your Talent Access

    In a brand-new study about how firms think about talent. Catalant Technologies reports: CEOs and other leaderst frequently cite their…

  • Network - Networth

    Your net worth is directly proportional to your network

    The quality and quantity of our professional relationships are directly correlated with our success, especially given today’s sharing economy. We…

  • 7 New Year’s Resolution Suggestions For Small Agency Owners

    Most marketing service providers or creative professionals are masters of spin. They are expert storytellers who have perfected tricks to…

  • Are You Running An Agency, Or Running In Circles?

    I recently spoke with an owner of a 28-person creative agency in NY. She was complaining, saying she felt like…

  • Agency Profitability Suffers From Old School Thinking About In-House Talent

    Volumes have been written about the Pros and Con’s of hiring full-time staff versus using outside contractors. But most research…

  • Marketers Don’t Need Marketplaces, They Need Communo

    Imagine you’re a Marketing Director for a mid-size B2B manufacturing company. Your boss asks you to create a new website…

  • Be the Boss, Not the Bottleneck.

    You, like all good entrepreneurs, acquired many skills, and wore many hats, as you nurtured your developing businesses. But the…

  • I’m excited to ride the “next big thing” wave. Grab your board and join me!

    Quora.com is a question & answer site that frequently contains insightful commentary about 21st century business realities. I recently read…