In this episode of B2B Hour, the stage is set for a discussion about content monetization in the Web3 era. Our guests Allen Taylor and Adam Waring join us for an exclusive interview and panel discussion on this emerging reality. We will discuss the setbacks of content ownership and monetization of the Web2 era and how Web3 might be able to give creators and curators more capabilities.Read More
In this episode of the B2B Hour we begin the show with a conversation about employee productivity, what it is, how it is measured, and how leaders can improve productivity. We then shift our focus to personal efficiency and how to awaken the mind-body-space connection to clear clutter from your physical space, and any dross of your inner space.
Our second annual recap of the good, bad, and ugly of Super Bowl LIV. From the game to commercials to the half time show, join John, Ryan, & Terry as they recap the commercial experience…
Article two in a 3-part series about convergence in the automotive, transportation, logistics, and mobility tech sectors. This piece reflects upon how buzzwords such as Big Data, Analytics, Attribution, AI & Machine Learning, and Digital Retailing obscure the view for auto retailers to navigate forward efficiently and profitably.
In Part 1 of our 3-part series about Larry, the unassuming young professional who accidentally gets caught up in the auto industry, we see the pretext of complacency and apathy and the importance of always looking ahead.
Video and podcast featuring Mike Correra, Mike Phillips, and Terry Lancaster talking about this week’s headlines: Uber IPO: 5 things you need to know about potentially the biggest IPO in years; Disney Plus – what we know so far about the upcoming streaming television service; Verizon flips 5G live in Chicago, but finding it is like panning for gold.
In the world of entertainment media, there is an ever-growing demand in the market for business television and content. Especially with the popularity and success of shows like Shark Tank, The Profit, Wall Street Warriors,…
This week on the show, YouTuber Lilly Singh to replace Carson Daly on NBC Late Night; Google plans to enter $146B Video Gaming Industry; Lyft founders believe car ownership is on permanent decline and want to help kill it; LinkedIn is at the early stages of supporting Live Streaming on the social network.
Conversation with Sherri Riggs from DrivingSales about broadcast journalism, multimedia production, and automotive B2B content marketing.
*Editor’s Note – This is a contributed post from a guest author. Views and opinions may not necessarily be represented of our editors. It’s funny, everyone’s key performance indicators (KPIs) are becoming outdated. I’m watching…