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July 2 - Degree partners with NIL-eligible NCAA athletes | Pinterest bans weight-loss ads

Friday, July 2, 2021

Campaign Trail: Burt's Bees zooms in on human connection through lips; Pinterest bans weight-loss ads in face of reopening-related social pressures; Tripadvisor's refreshed app, ads aim to

July 1 - Budweiser reenacts 'Independence Day' scene | Corona pushes 'Triptocurrency'

Thursday, July 1, 2021

Corona offers spin on crypto craze to get people back to the beach; Horizon Media embeds behavioral science with brand strategy via new team; The rise of DTC holding companies; 'Liberty, Liberty,

June 30 - Audi claims 70% conversion rate for cookieless test | Consumers more attuned to brand activism, but skeptical

Wednesday, June 30, 2021

Attitudes toward brands evolve again, 1 year after a racial reckoning began; How AB InBev's Draftline guides the company — and what brands get wrong about in-house agencies; The rise of DTC holding

June 29 - Doritos commits $5M to Black creators | Federal judge rejects Facebook antitrust cases

Tuesday, June 29, 2021

Federal judge tosses out Facebook antitrust suits, citing failure to prove social giant's monopoly power; Michelob Ultra Pure Gold foots baggage fees for outdoor enthusiasts; Wendy's CMO on

June 28 - Wendy's CMO talks post-pandemic vision | Domino's lets customers bet on delivery

Monday, June 28, 2021

Domino's lets customers bet on speediness of carside delivery with DraftKings tie-up; Sprite turns scannable bottles into tickets for virtual hip-hop concerts; What's next for the ad industry

About that Simone Biles moment

Wednesday, July 28, 2021

INC. THIS MORNING About that Simone Biles moment Good morning, When Simone Biles pulled out of the women's gymnastics team final at the Olympics Tuesday after a bad landing on her vault, it was a

LinkedIn looks to premium publishers as a way to drive subscriber revenue

Wednesday, July 28, 2021

The pilot program is designed to drive subscriber revenue for both participating publishers as well as LinkedIn. July 28, 2021 LinkedIn quietly launched a pilot program last month called LinkedIn

Office life is preparing to make a comeback

Wednesday, July 28, 2021

The great work-from-home experiment moves on to its next phase. Hey there, For all the extroverts in the world, the long-awaited return to the office feels tantalizingly close. For many of us, the

Tesla Made Money Selling Cars. Really.

Wednesday, July 28, 2021

Read in browser > The Signal July 28, 2021 Good morning! Amazon may start accepting crypto as payment. Alright, before you start rushing to the website to check how they're offering exchange

Behind-The-Scenes of my first course (numbers included)

Tuesday, July 27, 2021

Friends, family & countrymen, ​ I wanna share some learnings from teaching my first "online course" last month. I made just a smidge over $100k for the month (not bad!). ​ I put the $$$

The 3 Biggest Myths About 4-Day Workweeks

Tuesday, July 27, 2021

Tuesday, July 27, 2021 Lead A New Report Reveals How Businesses Should Address DEI Hiring Efforts in the Post-Pandemic Age HR/Benefits The 3 Biggest Myths About 4-Day Workweeks, According to a CEO Who

💎 5 Tweet Tuesday 💎 - Shaan's favorite tweets this week

Tuesday, July 27, 2021

SHAAN'S 5 TWEET TUESDAY Back again with 💎 My 5 Favorite Tweets 💎 of the week. #1 💎 Mario Gabriele 🦊 @mariodgabriele Harvard Business School is an incredible media company. - $262M in 2020

July 27 - Target reports diversity progress | Fabletics is ThredUp's next partner

Tuesday, July 27, 2021

Fabletics launches resale program; Target reports 25% increase in Black representation at the officer level; Stores may soon use one-third of their space for e-commerce fulfillment: report; Bed Bath

6 building blocks of digital marketing campaigns + how to use them

Tuesday, July 27, 2021

Brafton.com: Creative Content Marketing Agency The Content Marketer Today, we're showing how to build effective digital marketing campaigns, differentiating between inbound and outbound marketing,

Ecommerce Business Builders Summit

Tuesday, July 27, 2021

Hi Reader, Join me today at the Ecommerce Builders Summit where I'll be talking about Effective Strategies to Send External Traffic to Amazon (and Why It's So Important). In addition to my