• Hey – we launched our blog. Welcome.
  • Matt and I recognized that neither of us had just listened to song after song of Screamin’ Jay Hawkins – so, we pulled up Screamin’ Jay Hawkins on Spotify and pressed play.
  • We only did that after we’d been listening to King Khan and the BBQ Show for a couple of hours.
  • While we aren’t web designers by trade, because we create an abundance of content, we put quite a bit of thought into how to visually break up  a page to make it easier to skim. I found this Medium article on cheating design to be incredibly helpful. I suspect I’ll be relying on it in the future when all of the wordsruntogetherandIjustcan’tmakeitalllookright. I hate those days!
    • As an aside, Medium is becoming another pass time “go to”, alongside Facebook and Reddit. I know it seems very baiting to write this, but I genuinely want to know what your go to sites are. Share it in the comments – or don’t. I’m not your real dad.
  • Dannon and I went to Pubcon is Las Vegas a couple weeks back. Have you ever wondered what it’s like to spend almost a week with Dannon and Tyler in Las Vegas?
    • The bubble Craps machine never knew what hit it. We were on such a heater that the machine actually stopped running and a maintenance person had to be called to reset it. Semi-True story.
    • My Lyft driver was autonomous. (Two guys were in the front, making sure the Johnny Cab didn’t kill me or anyone on the street, so it didn’t REALLY feel autonomous.)
    • Dannon told me all sorts of facts about how In-N-Out Burger does business, yet I’m the one who had the foresight to order off of the secret menu.
    • I also heard a stat that said 62% of consumers avoid companies that they don’t believe are doing good in the world. Have you thought about who your company will be donating profits to this holiday season? (We haven’t.) Do your customers know? (Not if we don’t.)
    • The keynote for the second day of Pubcon was Joe Pulizzi of Content Marketing Institute. It was so good that Dannon and myself independently went to Audible and downloaded the audiobook of Content Inc. before the session was over.
  • So, Bing Ads will now leverage LinkedIn data. This is big news and could mean big changes for Bing. Why should you care? Well, let me tell you why you should care and how it can save you money.

Alright, that’s all I’ve got for the moment. Be sure to join our mailing list and we’ll be sure to send you important marketing information and music recommendations.

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