Naomi Osaka says she is motivated by making history, and she has a special target in mind for the year. Osaka already has a US Open title and an Australian Open title to her name after a rise to prominence on the WTA Tour over the last 18 months or so. A big part of that has been her apparent ice-cool mentality, but she says she is certainly not short on motivation. “For me, I just feel like I like to try break history, or make history,” Osaka told the Nikkei Asian Review. “When someone says to me, ‘No one has done this before,’ that immediately becomes my goal. Osaka has already made a little history, becoming just the second Asian woman to win a Grand Slam, but she has another target in mind for 2020. “The Olympics come every four
Friday, January 10, 2020 Law firm marketing can feel like a Catch-22. You need to get the word out if you’re going to increase revenues and grow your firm, but if your client roster isn’t full, you may be reluctant to spend money on marketing. Digital marketing has opened up a world of possibilities, especially for small law firms that may have had difficulty competing with bigger players through traditional marketing. Still, few firms have fully tapped into the advantages digital marketing offers, and some not at all. 14% of respondents to the American Bar Association’s 2019 Legal Technology Survey reported that their firms didn’t have websites, and that number is much higher for solos. Just 57% o
Marianne Williamson suspends 2020 presidential campaign Marianne Williamson, a self-help author and spiritual guru, suspended her campaign for the 2020 Democratic presidential race.WASHINGTON - Marianne Williamson, a 2020 Democratic presidential candidate, dropped out the race on Friday, making the announcement in a letter on her website. The bestselling author’s letter, titled “With love and gratitude...” detailed her journey and campaign so far. Her letter also came just weeks before primary voting begins. “I ran for president to help forge another direction for our country. I wanted to discuss things I felt needed to be discussed that otherwise were not. I feel that we have done that,” Williamson wrote. During her campaign, the spiritual adviser notably called for a “
PHOTO: Prayitno / Thank you for (12 millions +) view The advent of the Internet, smartphone and social media came in different decades, but the 2010s were not without its seminal moments and trends for digital marketing. In fact, the last 10 years saw the true emergence of social media marketing, mobile marketing and SEO-building content campaigns. Consumers became marketing rockstars themselves through influencer marketing and user-generated content on social media. Marketing automation and machine learning-powered marketing were hallmarks of the 2010s for digital marketing, some say. As we steam forward into the 2020s, we wanted to put our spin on the top trends for digital marketing in the 2010s through the eyes of some marketing pundits. Data-Driven Marketing, Martech Opens ...
“A few of us knew since he wasn’t playing we would have to be more aggressive because he is quite possibly the best center in the game and he is huge piece of our offense. So we kind of knew it’s kind of a mental note you have to take going into it,” Richardson said. “I knew that early on I would have to be aggressive to give our offense a good shot.” True to his word, Richardson scored 13 points in the first quarter. It helped the Sixers tread water since they were down, 35-26, after the first 12 minutes. “I thought his attitude and his attack mentality right out of the gate was impressive,” Sixers coach Brett Brown said of Richardson. “He was just extremely aggressive on both sides of the ball immediately.” Richardson was relatively quiet on offense the next tw
PHOTO: Gene Bakner Social media marketing is never dull. Marketers face a raft of choices and challenges, including choosing which metrics to watch to gauge the success of their campaigns, deciding where to allocate resources and more. Marketing on social media can provide real opportunities, but first marketers need to navigate through some rocky terrain. If you are one of those beleaguered marketers, watch for how the following trends unfold as 2020 rolls along. 1. Oh the Places You'll Go! (With Hyperlocal Marketing) The big driver for social media will be hyperlocal marketing, the use of metadata like zip codes, landmarks and neighborhood mentions to connect people with services and products nearby, be it a few blocks or even a specific street address. Google noted thi...
Photo: Getty CEOs who think “pay” trumps “play” in the office are missing a major opportunity and likely doing their business a disservice. It’s no surprise that happier workers are more productive workers, but how can happiness or motivation be leveraged and measured? This is a common question CEOs from companies of all sizes want to answer. Like my peers, I’m interested to know what other leaders are doing to create and measure an engaged and motivated workforce. I recently came across the book Primed to Perform by Neel Doshi and Lindsay McGregor, former McKinsey partners and business performance researchers. The authors use science to demonstrate how play, purpose and potential can be quantified. At the same time, they show how emotional pressure, econ
Published Jan. 10, 2020 Are you considering utilizing influencers as part of your 2020 marketing strategy? Just getting started with an influencer marketing campaign for your business? The team from Milkwhale share the stats you need to know in this infographic. They break things down as follows: Influencer marketing and businesses Platforms for influencer marketing The impact on consumers Major influencer industries and niches Influencer marketing vs traditional marketing Check out the infographic below for more detail. A version of this post was first published on the Red Website Design blog. Filed Under: Digital Strategy Social Marketing Let's block ads! (Why?) Source link