Monthly Archives: January 2016

Facebook vs. Google After 14 Quarters: Facebook’s Giant Leap

When I first joined Ampush, an official Facebook Marketing Partner, I found it convenient to compare mobile-first, in-feed advertising platforms like the kind Facebook dominates to the world of mobile ecosystems I had just left behind at Microsoft. I made the comparison this way: “Facebook is to iOS as no one is to Android.” That’s […]

Small Data Points Signal Huge Changes Ahead

For over seven years, I worked in marketing for a┬ávideo game publisher. There was no part of the job I looked forward to doing more than producing TV commercials. There was one aspect of this work that tied my stomach up in knots, though: pitching the idea for the commercial to my company’s CEO. Not […]

Looking For A Great, High-Paying Job? Check Out The “Internet Of Things”

If you’re a college student considering post-graduation employment options, or if you’re a parent of one, or if your career is already under way and you’re curious where job growth will emerge in an otherwise “meh” economy, take a look at the phenomenon known as the “Internet of Things,” or IoT. IoT describes devices that […]

Five Enablers Begging For Entrepreneurial Innovation To Unlock An All-Electric, Self-Driving Automotive Future

As the auto industry finds itself evolving at a clip not seen in decades, entrepreneurs and experts need to look beyond engineering and mechanics to drive real change. The future to which many in this industry aspire will depend just as much on innovation in the key enablers that make the business tick. That future […]

INFOGRAPHIC: When You Blog About Topics You Know And Love For 3 Years, Here’s How Many People Read Your Stuff

Those who aren’t blogging but are considering getting started may want to know how many people would read their stuff. It’s a good question if attracting an audience is your primary objective. It never was my goal, though I am thrilled when it happens. It’s even better when readers chime in. For anyone considering a […]