As we think about a new idea we shouldn't dismiss existing markets. Often the biggest opportunities are right in front of our face -- whether it is developing a new retail concept or bringing clean water each day to the 2 billion that don't have it.
As we offload our basic tasks to our digital assistants, freeing our crowded minds and letting us focus more on things we love--we will be led to a new era of insight, efficiency, and ultimately, happiness.
As they say, we have come a long way. Whether in government or out; whether an inventor, an engineer, an app designer, a government official, a new media department head; whether in business, government or academia.
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Facing steep competition from fellow booking websites, online travel agencies have been experimenting with travel rewards as a means of incentivizing consumer loyalty -- at the expense of straining relationships with the hotels with which they partner.
No matter where you go on the Web -- be it Google, Bing or Yahoo to search; Twitter or Facebook to social network; or your email provider or favorite shopping sites -- you're giving up a little piece of yourself, and sometimes enough to cobble together your identity.
Due to the constant evolution of search engine algorithms, it's important to keep your SEO practices up to date. That's why it's necessary to make the proper adjustments along the way. Let's take a look at some of the top SEO trends of 2013 and how to use them to benefit your campaign.
Scott Erickson is brand director for Bing, and the guy behind the "Bing it on challenge." The "Bing it on" campaign exemplifies Scott's focus on delivering the right message in the right place at the right time.