The Drill Down 439: The Uncanny Valley (preview)

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This week, former TDD co-host Tom Cheredar joins us as we discuss: Intel’s VR rig, Gawker gets a new owner, Twitter’s harassment fails, Facebook vs AdBlock, the NSA gets hacked ..and much, much more.

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Hosts are Geeks of Doom contributor Andrew Sorcini (Mr. BabyMan), marketing research analyst Dwayne De Freitas, and Box product manager Tosin Onafowokan.

Why Your Social Media Audience Isn’t Responding (and How to Get Them to)

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Social media is well established as means to reach an audience, impact them and even understand them better, but if your engagement levels are low, none of those outcomes are en route to being successful. Sounding off your products on audiences is important, but if they’re not saying anything back, it could be because you haven’t asked yourself the following questions. Continue reading

The Drill Down 435: Boldly Go (preview)

TDD_435This week, Pokemon fever continues, Social media reacts to an attempted coup in Turkey, an open letter from tech leaders to Donald Trump, Facebook’s diversity problem, Netflix boldly goes where noone has gone before ..and much, much more!

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The Drill Down 429: Big Red Button (preview)

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This week, the FBI wants to spy on internet history without a warrant, Snapchat beats Twitter, Facebook’s CEO gets hacked, a way to stop rampant artificial intelligence, and a machine watches Blade Runner and the results may surprise you…and much more!

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The Drill Down 426: Google I/O 2016 (preview)

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This week, all the best from Google’s developer conference, Twitter lets you tweet longer,  an artificially intelligent lawyer (make up your own jokes there), 50 times faster storage from IBM.

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The Drill Down 426: Google I/O 2016

TDD_426This week, all the best from Google’s developer conference, Twitter lets you tweet longer,  an artificially intelligent lawyer (make up your own jokes there), 50 times faster storage from IBM.

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A Step-by-Step Guide for Self-Branding

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Branding has been in existence since trade or business commenced in a competitive and fair environment. However, the concept of personal branding—a process through which a person markets himself or herself to others—is relatively new. Tom Peters, an American writer who writes on business management practices, coined the term in a 1997 article. Since then, this thought has created ripples in the business world. Several books and articles have been written. The subject gained more traction with the rise of the Internet, as new cost-effective business strategies mushroomed. Nonetheless, self-branding still remains an evading concept for many. Marketing gurus have professed that visible personal branding opens and expands a business or brings professional opportunities. Continue reading