Posts Tagged ‘column’

Todd Smith’s Spin Cycle — Google takes a bite out of the Apple, supplants Top Technology Co. as most valuable brand

Google has taken a big bite out of the Apple – and has knocked the Cupertino, Calif. tech giant off as the most valuable brand in the world, according to a recent branding study. Millward Brown, a national brand and marketing research company, has ranked Google as the top brand in the world in its […] [...]

THE SPIN CYCLE — Time – Like other media outlets in our digital world – blurs line between news and advertising

Another media outlet has bitten the dust, and blurred that time-honored line between the news and advertising side of journalism – featuring ads on the front page/front cover. Time Inc., the nation’s largest magazine publisher, is now running Verizon Wireless ads on the cover of two of its most iconic titles, Time and Sports Illustrated. […] [...]

WILLOUGHBY: Challenged, inspired by our leaders

by Published: June 13,2014

Tags: Business, column, leadership, Mississippi

In the last five years that I have been writing this column on leaders, I have had the incredible opportunity to visit with leaders from around the state of Mississippi. I have been challenged and inspired by their stories. Each week I try to pass along the tips and wisdom I learn from these leaders. […] [...]

JEFFREY GITOMER: Salespeople have questions; Jeffrey has answers

I get a ton of emails from people seeking insight or asking me to solve their sales dilemmas. Here are a few that may relate to your job, your life, and (most important) your sales thought process right now. Jeffrey, Years ago I took your advice to get into Twitter for my business. What do […] [...]

THE SPIN CYCLE — How journalists use social media to report the news, pinterest branding campaigns

A new report from the Indiana University School of Journalism shows how U.S. journalists are using social media to report the news. Based on online interviews with 1,080 U.S. journalists conducted last fall, the new report updates previous findings and adds new ones concerning the role of social media in journalism. Key findings: » 78 […] [...]

WILLOUGHY: Profiles of risk-takers — Polly Dement writes Mississippi Entrepreneurs

When I first began writing this column, my goal was to uplift and inspire leaders and entrepreneurs around the state. By interviewing successful Mississippians and sharing their stories, I hoped to make a positive impact. For those who enjoying learning from the experiences of outstanding Mississippians, I am excited to share with you about Mississippi […] [...]

MARK BLACKWELL — Is the market rigged?

by Published: June 6,2014

Tags: banking, Business, column, finance, Mississippi

By Mark Blackwell I’ve been asked this question more this year than in my past twenty five years in the financial services industry. Presumably, the question arises because of Michael Lewis’ book Flash Boys, in which he makes the claim that the stock market is, in fact, rigged. His premise is that trading technology has […] [...]

BILL CRAWFORD — Leadership recipes can improve communities

by Published: June 6,2014

Tags: Business, column, Mississippi, Politics

Ever messed up a recipe? Worked hard. Did most everything right. But, your final result was…well, you can remember the words they used. Community projects can have the same results.  People work hard. They do most everything right. But, the outcome is not what they expected. More importantly, the community view is nobody cooked up much of anything worthwhile. That happens […] [...]

JOHN SCOTT — A strong statement that sends a message

by Published: May 30,2014

Tags: Business, column, law, Mississippi, tax

I n the last few weeks, there have been several noteworthy developments in the tax world that have broad practical and policy application and merit further discussion because of their impact on taxpayers and our tax system overall. First, let’s start with the health care law and its raft of new taxes. The recent announcement […] [...]

JEFFREY GITOMER — Old way or new way? Only one way works. My way.

by Published: May 30,2014

Tags: Business, column, marketing, Mississippi, sales

The old way of selling is dead. The only people who don’t know that are other sales trainers, recently released old-world sales tactics books that are still trying to convey old messages, and several million salespeople still trying to cold call, pitch the product, overcome objections, and close the sale. Don’t forget their managers who […] [...]

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