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TBWA\London chief executive Sara Tate is leaving the agency to begin her own consultancy and offer leadership coaching after four years in charge. She joined from Mother London, where she held the post of managing director. She also served as a partner at Lucky Generals, an Omnicom sister agency to TBWA. "Sara has been a...
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Nearly a year after its official launch, NBCUniversal's streaming service Peacock will finally be available on all major connected TV platforms after striking a distribution deal today with Amazon. The service will land on Amazon Fire TV and Fire tablets in the U.S. beginning Thursday, with just under a month to go until the kickoff...
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Did Ford lowball it to under-promise and over-deliver? Or was it simply a nice surprise? Regardless, buyers should be happy.
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After early returns showed him in fourth place, Yang dropped out. He said he hopes to stay involved in NYC politics.
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Amazon's Prime Day sale is drawing to a close, but we're still seeing great discounts on laptops from the likes of Apple, Lenovo, Gateway and Acer.
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Cash on delivery remains essential for ecommerce marketplaces and logistics firms but it’s causing problems for couriers.
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In early March, Brave announced that it had acquired open search engine Tailcat and that it would be used as the foundation for launching Brave Search, a privacy-centric alternative to Google Search and Bing. Fast-forward a few months and Brave Search is now available as a public beta that anyone can fire up and use. Brave positions its new search … Continue reading
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IFF said Clubhouse’s data sharing practices ‘nebulous’ and noted that the service, like most others, shared data with vendors and service providers, business transferees and law enforcement agencies
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The Amazon Fire TV Cube, which offers the features of a streaming device, a smart speaker, and so much more, is available this Prime Day with a $40 discount.
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The Fitbit Charge 4 not only tracks activities like running, weights and swimming, but it is also GPS equipped and has a battery that can last up to a week.
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A study found that a system used to identify cases of sepsis missed most instances and frequently issued false alarms.
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After months of speculation and rumors, Amazon Prime Day 2021 has finally arrived, kicking off the summer season with a great batch of tech deals. The retail behemoth’s two-day event starts today and concludes Wednesday morning at 3:00AM ET, meaning you have two days to take advantage of your Amazon Prime membership and capitalize on exclusive discounts on headphones, 4K TVs, gaming accessories, and a host of other technology that rarely sees a discount outside of holiday shopping season. Below, we’ve highlighted the best Prime Day deals happening now, many of which are receiving a more sizable discount than they typically do. We’ve also rounded up the best anti-Prime Day deals, if you’re looking for the best deals at competing retailers... Continue reading…
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Inside B2B Influence is a show that goes behind the scenes of B2B marketing and showcases conversations with insiders from the world of influencer marketing. We connect with influential practitioners at B2B brands of all kinds and sizes to answer the rising number of questions about working with influencers in a business context. In this first episode of the second season of Inside B2B Influence, I was able to catch up with the incredibly popular, talented and beloved Chief Content Officer at MarketingProfs, Ann Handley. I've known Ann for well over 10 years and she's been a great friend, client and source of inspiration to me about more meaningful content marketing. Ann talks with me about a variety of topics ranging from the nature of influence in B2B, demand for B2B influencers during the pandemic and our mutually favorite "dogfluencer", August - the most dashing Cavalier King Charles Spaniel you may ever meet. Highlights of this episode of Inside B2B Influence with Ann Handley include: Does everybody have influence? Yes and no How the change to digital first B2B marketing has affected demand for influencers The importance of a relationship driven approach Trends in B2B influencer content collaboration Growing emphasis on executive thought leadership and influence Worst practices influencer engagement How to integrate influencers with your newsletter What B2B marketers should do to improve their influencer marketing Some of Ann's favorite B2B industry influencers Listen to episode 14 (Confluence: The B2B Content and Influence Connection) of the Inside B2B Influence podcast here: You wrote the best selling book, Everybody Writes. Do you think everybody has influence? Ann: That's such an interesting question because at first pass it's like, well of course. But then on the other hand it's kind of an existential question, isn't it? I really had to think about that for a second. I mean, yes, I do think that everybody has influence, but not everybody has credibility, right? Yes, we all have influence, but not in all topics. Like for example, I really like sushi, but that doesn't mean that I'm a fish influencer. Is that a thing fishfluencer? I think we all have our spheres of expertise and we are influential within those spheres of expertise. But I don't think that people are influencers across all things. Everybody has influence, but not everybody has credibility. @annhandley I also think that, especially in B2B, that the notion of influencers is even more narrowly defined than it is in, in B2C. Because the expertise that I have in marketing is, you know, it's content, it's writing. It's very specific. I don't think you would come to me if you were looking for somebody to talk about analytics. Like you would go to Chris Penn for that. He's an influencer in marketing analytics. So I think, especially in B2B, that that it is absolutely true that the credibility I have as an influencer is very specific and narrow. And I think that's true of any, any B2B influencer. The pandemic accelerated digital transformation in B2B impacting all aspects of doing business including marketing. What impact has an emphasis on digital first in B2B marketing had on the demand for influencers like yourself? Ann: I have definitely seen more of those opportunities come my way because I think, just to your point, all of the traditional B2B tactics of field marketing and in person trade shows and other moments to experience the brands face to face, all of that went away in the past 15 months or so since the pandemic. So what takes its place? That's been what's fueling a lot of that digital transformation happening at B2B companies. Influencer marketing is very much part of that because, how do you build that sort of trust with your audience if you don't have the ability to meet them in person, to sit down, to have a conversation with them? So I think influencers have become a proxy and a conduit for that. We're going to see more companies start to embrace the opportunity to form relationships with influencers versus straight up transactional. @annhandley What's interesting and what I see straight up from an influencer standpoint, is that more of those companies seek to have those relationships with me. They're seeking to build those relationships with me in much less of a transactional way. You and I have talked about this Lee, I remember saying to you that this is like the future of B2B influencer marketing. We're going to see more companies start to embrace the opportunity to form relationships with influencers versus, you know, straight up transactional - make it less of an advertising / transactional play. Like here, I'll pay you X amount of dollars if you share my thing, you know? That's more of a B2C model. I think in B2B what we're seeing, and this has been fueled by the pandemic, is that we are seeing those relationships start to happen between brands and influencers like me where they're reaching out to me proactively and saying, "Hey, we don't have a thing right now, but we want to work with you. Can we sort of get to know each other?" And so I think we're seeing an increasing impetus toward an approach that I feel, has more sustainability long-term and it's the way that I like to work personally. So yeah, I think we're seeing a whole lot more of that. What are some of the content collaboration opportunities between B2B brands and influencers that you're seeing more of in 2021? Ann: There are yeah. I want to caveat this by saying that I'm speaking from my personal experience versus, you know, I haven't necessarily polled B2B marketers. So you probably have a better perspective on this too and whether what I'm talking about is actually reflected in the broader B2B community. What I see is more brands looking to have a longterm relationship. Not just, come speak at our webinar, but, can we actually think about this over like a fiscal year? What can we do together in Q1 and Q2 and Q3, so that it becomes much more of a, not quite ambassador, but at least more of a brand alignment, right? So that I'm saying, "I believe in what you do" and and you're saying that you trust me as well. More long-term engagements and less transactional is honestly the foundation of a successful B2B influencer marketing program. @annhandley I think longer-term engagement with a trust foundation to it is definitely something that I'm seeing. I'm also seeing these situations where even if it is about providing a quote for this, or for example, I'll put something in my newsletter that's sort of sponsored but for me, it's not anything that you can buy. It's something where I read the paper and I believe in it. I have a relationship with the company and so therefore I will share it with my audience. So yes, it's sponsored, but it's like, it's sponsored with my whole self. I guess I'm a little bit goofy, but you know what I mean, with integrity, I should say. That is a situation where it'll be over several months, so it's not just like a one and done. But can you help us promote this and here's what's in it for you and here's what we want to give to you and your audience, that kind of thing. I guess to sum up, much more long-term engagements and less transactional, which I think is honestly the foundation of a successful B2B influencer marketing program anyway. But you probably have more perspective on that than I do. It's been really interesting what's happened not just in terms of content creation and the thought leadership through partnerships between executives and external influencers, but also the relationships that are being facilitated. Ann: Yeah, that's really interesting. I think it makes total sense, right? Because in the past 15 months of the pandemic, I think that the brands who have really demonstrated that we're all in this together, have actually had to show up in a real human genuine way and to be there for their audiences. I think that's in part what's driving the kind of collaboration that you're talking about. Brands realize that to trust somebody, you've got to know them. And how can you trust a B2B brand unless you sort of see the faces of the people behind the brand? @annhandley Because I do think brands realize that to trust somebody, you've got to know them. And how can you trust a B2B brand unless you sort of see the faces of the people behind the brand? I think that cascades throughout B2B marketing as well as influencer marketing. I think that's clearly one area where we are seeing where that comes to life, Along with best practices there are also bad practices. I'm curious if there are any bad behaviors in terms of how people reach out or engage with you? Ann: I think there's been a few situations where I just, I tend not to engage basically. That's a situation where a big agency will reach out and it's clear that I'm one of many. Like I'm like part of a stable of influencers that they're looking to. And they ask me to respond and fill out this Google form about the size of my audience. I'm not going to do any of that. That's not what I want and that's not who I am. It's not what my brand is all about. That's just not what I'm going to do. It doesn't matter to me how much money is on the table, because damage to my brand, reputation and my credibility far outweighs anything else. @annhandley So it doesn't matter to me how much money is on the table, because damage to my brand, reputation and my credibility far outweighs anything else. That's a situation where I just wouldn't engage. I can't even say that it's a bad practice but it's de-motivating. When those come in we just sort of delete it immediately. Or they come at it from a tactic standpoint. I get this a lot. For example, my email newsletter. I've talked a lot about it the past couple of years, it's grown pretty significantly and it has really healthy, open rates. The list is just over 50,000 now. So it's a good, robust list. I get a lot of people who say, will you share this in your newsletter? And I don't know them. I don't have a relationship with you. So if the onus is on me to do the legwork and figure out who you are, what your solution is all about or what your piece of content is all about, then I'm not going to do it. Also, that's not the role of the newsletter. If you know me, and if you're on the list, then you know that, right? So, if you want to get something in my newsletter, then that's not the first step. The first step is engaging me on social, get to know me. All the things that, you know, you do to start a relationship. All the best practices around that. Not. "Will you share this in your newsletter?" That's all the stuff that just ends up being deleted immediately. What are some ways you can imagine someone incorporating influencer content in a newsletter? Ann: If you're a marketer and you're publishing your own newsletter and you want to work with influencers, trying to figure out a way to highlight them in that environment could be something simple, like highlighting some of their content or highlighting them as an individual. Or it could be something more like inviting them to be like a guest editor depending on the relationship. I think there's lots of opportunity there to influence the influencer as part of your brand and not just thinking that your relationship with the influencer is only in the social space. Because I think an email newsletter is just such a rich opportunity to communicate directly with your audience. The degree to which you can invite influencers into that relationship is going to solidify your relationship with the influencer as well. Who are some of your favorite influencers, you know, that would, you know, that operate in the B2B world in some way, whether it's marketing or tech or somewhere else? Ann: Avinash Kaushik at Google. I don't even know if he would consider himself an influencer, but he is. I think mostly because his brain functions so differently. I'm on his newsletter list. I love to read his perspective and his point of view, and follow him on social for the same reasons. Chris Penn is somebody else who you know, again, has a very different approach. But if you took Chris Penn's brain and took my brain and sort of put them together, you'd get like this whole body marketer, you know? I think I come at it very much from the art and high touch perspective and he comes at it very much from a science and analytics standpoint. I appreciate his message so much because he helps me elevate in what I do just by paying attention to what he's doing. I love what April Dunford talks about around positioning. I think she offers some really valuable advice and I always love seeing what she has to say and hearing her point of view on things. You certainly. I think you, and I know it's like your show so I probably shouldn't, but like the work you've done around influencer marketing, I think you absolutely are helping to push the industry forward in terms of like how to do it right. And, and how to create programs that actually do sustain themselves long-term and deliver value for your organization. Thanks Ann! You are a great source of inspiration to B2B marketers all over the world and a wonderful human being! You can also watch the full video interview with Ann Handley here: For more B2B marketing insights, you can subscribe to Ann's amazing Total ANNARCHY newsletter here and connect with her on Twitter and LinkedIn. Also, don't miss out on the MarketingPros B2B Forum coming up October 13-14 this year. Be sure to stay tuned to TopRank Marketing's B2B Marketing Blog for our next episode of Inside B2B Influence where we'll be answering the B2B marketing industry's most pressing questions about the role of influence in business marketing. You can also download The State of B2B Influencer Marketing Report featuring insights from a survey of hundreds of B2B marketers plus case studies and contributions from marketing executives at brands including Adobe, LinkedIn, IBM, Dell, SAP and many more. The post Inside B2B Influence 14: Ann Handley of MarketingProfs on Content Marketing and Influence appeared first on B2B Marketing Blog - TopRank®.
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The Robotic Hair Transplants market report provides a detailed analysis of global market size, regional and country-level market size, segmentation market growth, market share, competitive Landscape, sales analysis, impact of domestic and global market players, value chain optimization, trade regulations, recent developments, opportunities analysis, strategic market growth analysis, product launches, area marketplace expanding, and technological innovations.ALSO READ :  http://www.marketwatch.com/story/june-2021-report-on-global-robotic-hair-transplants-market-outlook-industry-analysis-and-prospect-2021-2026-2021-06-03 Market segmentationRobotic Hair Transplants market is split by Type and by Application.For the period 2016-2026, the growth among segments provide accurate calculations and forecasts for revenue by Type and by Application.This analysis can help you expand your business by targeting qualified niche markets.ALSO READ :  http://www.marketwatch.com/story/june-2021-report-on-global-ornithine-transcarbamylase-deficiency-market-size-share-value-and-competitive-landscape-2020-2021-06-11 Market segment by Type, coversGrowing EyebrowsGrowing EyelashesGrowing Back HairlineGrowing HairOthers Market segment by Application, can be divided intoMaleFemale ALSO READ :  http://www.marketwatch.com/story/june-2021-report-on-global-lottery-market-overview-size-share-and-trends-2021-2026-2021-06-02 Market segment by players, this report coversBernstein MedicalHans WiemannRobotic Hair Restoration Long Island Market segment by regions, regional analysis coversNorth America (United States, Canada, and Mexico)Europe (Germany, France, UK, Russia, Italy, and Rest of Europe)Asia-Pacific (China, Japan, South Korea, India, Southeast Asia, Australia, and Rest of Asia-Pacific)South America (Brazil, Argentina, Rest of South America)Middle East & Africa (Turkey, Saudi Arabia, UAE Rest of Middle East & Africa) ALSO READ :  http://www.marketwatch.com/story/june-2021-report-on-global-healthcare-compliance-software-market-overview-size-share-and-trends-2021-2026-2021-06-14  Table of Contents 1 Market Overview1.1 Product Overview and Scope of Robotic Hair Transplants1.2 Classification of Robotic Hair Transplants by Type1.2.1 Overview: Global Robotic Hair Transplants Market Size by Type: 2020 Versus 2021 Versus 20261.2.2 Global Robotic Hair Transplants Revenue Market Share by Type in 20201.2.3 Growing Eyebrows1.2.4 Growing Eyelashes1.2.5 Growing Back Hairline1.2.6 Growing Hair ALSO READ :  http://www.marketwatch.com/story/june-2021-report-on-global-down-duvets-market-share-value-and-competitive-landscape-2021-2021-06-111.2.7 Others1.3 Global Robotic Hair Transplants Market by Application1.3.1 Overview: Global Robotic Hair Transplants Market Size by Application: 2020 Versus 2021 Versus 20261.3.2 Male1.3.3 Female1.4 Global Robotic Hair Transplants Market Size & Forecast1.5 Global Robotic Hair Transplants Market Size and Forecast by Region1.5.1 Global Robotic Hair Transplants Market Size by Region: 2016 VS 2021 VS 20261.5.2 Global Robotic Hair Transplants Market Size by Region, (2016-2021)1.5.3 North America Robotic Hair Transplants Market Size and Prospect (2016-2026)1.5.4 Europe Robotic Hair Transplants Market Size and Prospect (2016-2026)1.5.5 Asia-Pacific Robotic Hair Transplants Market Size and Prospect (2016-2026)1.5.6 South America Robotic Hair Transplants Market Size and Prospect (2016-2026)1.5.7 Middle East and Africa Robotic Hair Transplants Market Size and Prospect (2016-2026)1.6 Market Drivers, Restraints and Trends1.6.1 Robotic Hair Transplants Market Drivers1.6.2 Robotic Hair Transplants Market Restraints1.6.3 Robotic Hair Transplants Trends Analysis2 Company Profiles2.1 Bernstein Medical2.1.1 Bernstein Medical Details2.1.2 Bernstein Medical Major Business2.1.3 Bernstein Medical Robotic Hair Transplants Product and Solutions2.1.4 Bernstein Medical Robotic Hair Transplants Revenue, Gross Margin and Market Share (2019-2021)2.1.5 Bernstein Medical Recent Developments and Future Plans2.2 Hans Wiemann2.2.1 Hans Wiemann Details2.2.2 Hans Wiemann Major Business2.2.3 Hans Wiemann Robotic Hair Transplants Product and Solutions2.2.4 Hans Wiemann Robotic Hair Transplants Revenue, Gross Margin and Market Share (2019-2021) …continued CONTACT DETAILS : [email protected] +44 203 500 2763 +1 62 825 80070 971 0503084105
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If the icon for invite-only social audio application Clubhouse looks different, you're not seeing things. Clubhouse said Sunday that Brazilian digital communication and afro content creator Dandara Pagu will be depicted in its new app icon, which will begin rolling out to users Sunday and be pushed to all users by the end of the...
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Ex-Pink Floyd uber-grouch calls social media mandroid 'one of the most powerful idiots in the world' Grouchy former Pink Floyd bassist/vocalist Roger Waters launched an expletive-laden attack on human-impersonating Facebook CEObot Mark Zuckerberg after receiving a request from Instagram to use one of his songs in a promotional film.…
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