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Building a Meaningful Internship Program For students, an internship is still a learning experience. To make sure interns learn and the company is protected from risk, a well-thought training program is critical. Lauren Boyd, Seer’s People Operations Manager, explained that Seer’s internship program was the product of careful planning from several teams and is constantly twe ...
Far too many organizations take the Ron Popeil approach to Analytics: “Set it and forget it!” That approach may work in the kitchen, but when it comes to making informed decisions for your business based on concrete data… it won’t fly. In reality, analytics is more than just adding code to your site and instantly gaining insights – it’s about understanding the business’ inte ...
76% of digital marketers believe that marketing has changed more in the past two years than it has in the last five decades. (Source: Quartz) Once upon a time — maybe three-to-five years ago — it was easy just to focus on building links. It was as simple as plunking your brand’s URL into a directory and watching the keyword rankings come in.
Some call it “professional wrestling.” Others call it “sports entertainment.” No matter what you call it, it’s left an indelible imprint on popular culture. Famous faces like The Rock, Stone Cold Steve Austin, Ric Flair, Roddy Piper (R.I.P.), and John Cena became household names thanks to the generation-transcending reach of professional wrestling.
If you weren’t able to make it out to our latest event, Pioneers of Company Culture, you missed a great time and several informative interviews that featured some of the brightest minds in the industry sharing their thoughts on what it means to create a company culture with both heart and the ability to help clients and employees thrive and grow.
If you’re not blogging, you’re not branding. Whether you own a small mom-and-pop business or are part of a large Fortune 500 entity, your business’s blog is a great way to establish who you are to your customers (and potential customers). Your blog can not only be a valuable tool in your marketing and branding arsenal, but a vehicle to drive you towards your business goals.