Averaging about 30 million users watching over 1 billion videos per day, YouTube is unarguably the world’s most popular online video delivery platform. Given its unparalleled reach and its almost seamless website integration, it’s no wonder so many businesses use YouTube for video content delivery on their own websites (rather than their own native video players).
I love business. I filed for a patent when I was 12, had my own stockbroker when I was 14, started a business club when I was 16, and over the years have founded 3 start-ups and worked for some of the world’s largest companies. Not many things excite me more than understanding the psychology behind why people buy. In my current role as the CEO of MaassMedia, I love working with and growing our team of super smart analysts to help our clients unlock unseen possibilities with data. Continue reading >
How can news organizations provide an engaging, mobile-only experience that improves reader retention and loyalty? News organizations and publishers have been working tirelessly to improve the mobile news experience. Push notifications, straddling the line between valuable information and just plain annoyance, have recently peaked as a means to provide readers with news updates in real-time.
Many enterprise-sized businesses use legacy systems, such as Microsoft Excel, to collect, cleanse, store, and analyze data from separate sources, such as their CRM, Google Analytics, and call centers. Maintaining the legacy processes by which they collect data from these siloed sources takes up time and resources. When data resides in siloed systems, it becomes extremely difficult to understand a customer journey through the entire sales cycle.