VideoThere once was a high school dropout from upstate New York. At the age of 16, David McConnell started selling books door-to-door. He struggled mightily in the role. Out of desperation, David decided to take a different approach. He would promise a free gift to prospective customers in exchange for [...]
“The Internet created a massive choice problem and then started to solve it with reviews and recommendations...But now there’s a new choice problem: choice of review. Too many reviews are as bad as no reviews.”
Google is still struggling to monetise its dominance of the mobile market with cost per click advertising rates dropping 2% in its latest quarter. Despite an increase in clicks, the average cost per click declined for the 12th consecutive quarter, heaping pressure on the media giant’s objective to convince advertisers to pay more for mobile ads amid greater competition from Facebook and Twitter.
While the service was once free, Google has also unveiled a new Express membership, which works similar to Amazon Prime, bringing same-day or overnight delivery on eligible orders of more than $15, as well as ‘first dibs’ on delivery windows. The membership costs $95 per year or $10 per month. If that commitment’s too punchy, you can pay $4.99 per order →
If you always suspected that a pale ale would rate a shimmering, golden 604C on the Pantone color system, have a pint on me. Spanish agency Txaber matches brew types with their Pantone hues in this stylish package design exercise.