Oh hey, we are still doing this. Back from NYC we discuss: Instacart still being alive and well funded apparently, SNAP being killed by a single tweet, Companies ranked by NPS score and KUIU a hunting company trying to build the best gear while keeping prices under control.
Full Show Notes at StillUnsponsored.com
0:00 - Intro
0:18. - NYC Episode
2:00 - Instacart
12:40 - SNAP is Dead
21:20 - NPS scores compared
26:00 - KUIU
Amazon is building a $1.5...
LIVE FROM NEW YORK! Its Still Unsponsored! This one is a bit of a wreak. We struggle with a new audio setup that turn out also be a terrible analogue radio receiver. Still we press on and talk the virtues of aged beef in New York City, which sports ball ads have long term staying power and what dumbasses are trying to kill youtube monetization this week (hint: its the same guy). Finally we go deep into view through conversion and how you should think about them.
Warning, don’t gorge on breakfast tacos before recording if you want to make an energetic and engaging podcast. In this episode we lazily discuss: the possibility of Amazon coming to Austin, Twitter telling people they interacted with Russian trolls, Superbowl advertising, and YouTube booting people off monetization.
0:00 - Opening
1:18 - Amazon’s New HQ
6:20 - Twitter to tell people they interacted with Russian Trolls
13:28 - Super Bowl advertising
17:00 - YouTube...
We blast through this one so we can examine the dark side of social media. Does using a robot help your accounts? If you were going to do it what would you do? We also look at Facebook’s “Nuclear” announcement, YouTube drama and the Virtual Assistant landscape.
0:00 - Opening
1:30 - Facebook
7:00 - Logan Paul
9:00 - Virtual Assistants
19:44 - Roboganic Growth
Zuck’s AnnouncementFacebook Announcement AnalysisLogan Paul (again)
This time on the show we discuss how Apple screwed themselves while trying to deliver a better customers experience. Then how Logan Paul’s trip to Japan’s “Suicide Forrest” will impact creators and advertisers and how you can mitigate these problems. Chrome is the new Internet Explorer???? We talk about Chrome’s dominance causing generalized internet pain. Finally we tell you everything you need to know to successfully hire a kickass designer.
Question of the Show: What...
We dive into several stories we found interesting. Retailers dropping storytelling, but not really. Also they want you to please save them from the Amazon apocalypse. Apple ruining internet marketer’s lives by killing cookies after 24 hrs. Can you survive with just a smart watch? Finally a follow up from last episode, Google is in fact using data rules to make their advertising product look better.
0:00 - Intro
1:38 - Retailers Dropping Storytelling
4:07 - A/B Testing...
Data Scientist Elliott Whitling joins us to discuss how marketing attribution vendors probably work behind the scenes. He outlines why you should ask the vendor how the vendor’s algorithm learns and why you need to ask about identifying false positives. Then we look at what big data means for your anonymity. Finally, we dive into the differences between data scientists, data engineers and data analysts.
Marketing Attribution Vendor Buying Guide:
Many affiliates that we interact with are awesome people and master marketers. However there are some that are looking to make some bucks at our expense. We break down the difference between those we have unlimited budget for and those that we want to strangle.
We give you our template for getting the most out of your day. Why you should care about YouTube creators not getting paid. Facebook still in the news for crazy election stuff. And KFC Doing it right on social media.
This time we deal with ambient noise in the Big Easy. Topics include Amazon’s disruption machine destroying athletic ware, millennials drinking wine not beer, and building out a podcast. We describe our podcast launch plans, so if you are here, this plan worked on you.
How Trump used Facebook to win an election and how the general population does not understand that marketing tool, Dove’s massive Facebook blunder, McDonald’s willing the social media / cultural relevance lottery then dig into what work-life balance means as you start to advance in your career.