Now With Better Audio!

In this Marketing Over Coffee:
Learn about Pop-upaggeddon, Data Clustering and Programmatic Header Bidding!

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Tableau 10 data clustering

Pop-upaggeddon – Popups getting the hammer

Google AutoTrack

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LinkedIn Profile Photo Study

The MoC Invite Only Slack Group

Hangouts on air switching to YouTube live on Sept 12

Music Insights from Pandora

Apple event – iPhone 7? Apple Watch 2?

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5 SEO Chrome Extensions

Instagram Zoom, and Twitter Influencer Ads

Programmatic Header Bidding

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5 thoughts on “Now With Better Audio!”

  1. In response to your request for input about Slack, personally, I’m a big Slack fan. I use it at work, however I’m also part of a Slack community for a photography podcast called Tips From The Top Floor. To join the Slack team you just had to send an emailed request to the podcast host and he would add you manually. I find that the discussion there is always helpful, relevant, spam-free and nicely organized with topical channels. I say go for it.

  2. Slack would be interesting

    LinkedIn is basically some hot garbage now. Sadly I was good about not accepting everybody, but even colleagues in fields I need to be connected to are posting up Facebook’esque crap.

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