Generations

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People of Ad Tech: NewCo CEO John Battelle

NewCo CEO John Battelle was there when HotWired put up the world’s first banner ad, and his bestselling business book “The Search” explained how Google and its rivals transformed our culture. Now the Sovrn Holdings chairman and Axciom board member tells WIT Strategy Partner Bill Brazell that ad tech is the processing layer for the… Continue reading »

Is a Second Digital Winter Looming?

By Tom Hespos Take a look at the most senior person on your digital staff – the one who lived through the first dot com boom.  Has she been anxious lately?  Here’s why. I can’t overstate the effect the bursting of the dot com bubble in the latter part of 2000 had on the people… Continue reading »

The Top Five Makegood Articles of 2015

December rolls around, and another year has passed. Fifty-two weeks gone in a snap, with another set ready to roll out at the stroke of midnight, January 1st. And in that time, we’ve published some great pieces. We’ve listened to you, our readers, and noted the ones where you just couldn’t get enough. Last year… Continue reading »

People of Ad Tech: MediaVillage Publisher Jack Myers

MediaVillage Publisher and MyersBizNet Chairman Jack Myers tells WIT Strategy Partner Bill Brazell that MediaVillage has been publishing 50 pieces of thought leadership per week in the run-up to its official launch in a couple of weeks, by writers such as Stuart Elliott and Charlene Weisler. At the same time, Myers is preparing to publish… Continue reading »

The Great Social Migration: Five+ Years Later

What were you doing about five years ago? If you were in your thirties, you may have just discovered the wonders of social media and it was quickly becoming clear that there was pretty much only one game in town—Facebook. But if you were in college, you may already have passed the saturation point and… Continue reading »

Generation Next: Here Come the Homelanders

What generation comes after the Millennials, the massive generation that is now swamping the U.S. workplace with people born between 1980 to 2000? The Homeland Generation. Born after 9/11, the oldest members of this generation are now entering middle school. I have two Homelanders living under my roof, boys aged 9 and 11. They are… Continue reading »

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