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This former Google exec helped build a business that sold for $383 million after just 3 years — and he wants others to follow his model

LONDON — Experian announced plans to acquire UK credit checking startup ClearScore for £275 million ($383 million) on Thursday, the biggest British tech acquisition in years.<p>ClearScore, which offers people free credit checks, was only a little over three years old and was the product of London …

Startups

4 Trends in Social Media That Are Changing the Game

It's up to brands to commit to creating engaging content and using social media the right way to connect with their audiences.<p>Savvy brands have been using social media to engage with their audiences for a long time, and with continuous changes, updates, and additions making these platforms better …

Getting Found Online Depends on You Doing These Five Things

Serious entrepreneurs know that the key to scaling a company is having a strong online presence.<p>But the thought of competing for attention online …

Marketing

The Anatomy of Shareable Facebook Video

Imagine you’re a mid-level marketer who has a good thing going. Your social presence is solid, though somewhat dated without newer features like …

Social Media

This Is What Content Marketing Looked Like in the 1800s

The Furrow, John Deere’s magazine for farmers, has been in print since 1895. A few years ago, we published an article about the esteemed magazine, …

10 Successful Content Marketing Strategies for Your Small Business; 11 Changes to Make in 2017 and More!

Small Business Reading List by Rieva Lesonsky<p>Articles You May Have Missed this Week<p><b>Best Practices</b><p>SMB experts share their 2017 predictions<br>• 11 changes …

10 Trends Driving Visual Content Marketing in 2017 (Infographic)

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Content Marketing KPI's: How To Get Started

Everybody it seems is doing Content Marketing nowadays. Or at least thinking about doing Content Marketing. Whether it is through one of their social …

10 Visual Marketing Tips to Master Social Media Engagement

There’s a lot of buzz surrounding content marketing at the moment. It seems like a lot of the advice out there is all about maximizing quality and …

Infographics

Fast Company’s 2016 Illustration Year in Review

We publish countless stories every year, online and in our magazine. These articles are often accompanied by illustrations created by incredible artists, from Laura Breiling to Nicole Rifkin to Alëna Skarina.<p>Check out some of the best illustrations published by <i>Fast Company</i> in 2016 by clicking …

Silicon Valley

7 Ways Streaming Music Will Change in 2017, After Another Crazy Year

The music industry continued to adapt to the digital world in 2016. And there’s much more chaos and innovation to come.<p>Last year was another eventful one in the history of music. And that was no surprise.<p>In 2016, the music industry saw its first signs of true growth since the internet started …

Four Out-Of-This-World Predictions For The Space Industry In 2017

Big things are happening in space travel and tech, with new startups mushrooming every day. Here are four trends to watch.<p>There was a time when NASA was singlehandedly driving America’s dream of exploring outer space. But that has changed over the last 15 years. A slew of private space companies …

Your Biggest Social Media Fans Might Not Be Your Best Customers

If you think your careful attention to social media analytics, monitoring, and customer relations means you know your customers better than ever before, think again. Rather than enlightening you about your customers, all that social media data may actually be misleading you—because it’s only …

The Rise of the Not-So-Experienced CEO

When looking to hire a new CEO, corporate boards of directors are increasingly bypassing C-level executives and appointing less seasoned leaders.<p>They are still looking for chiefs with the traditional attributes of intelligence, integrity, and stamina—traits that have defined great executives for …

Flappy Bird: Top 5 tips, hints, and cheats

There's no feeling in the world worse than getting close to your high score only for your phone to ring and take you right out of the game. Or for …

Retailers, Take Note: Young Shoppers Don’t Care About Owning Your Stuff

Unlike Boomers and GenX consumers, millenials have a different understanding of possessions. A new report reveals how “instant ownership” is losing out to the “unlimited options” of online shopping.<p>A quarter century ago, Russell Belk introduced the concept of the extended self in<br>a paper published …

George Michael

The Top 5 Most Shared Ads Of 2013

The past year's most viral ads were shocking, scary, or hilarious, but they all triggered a strong enough emotional response to inspire the viewer to share them with friends.<p>Video technology company Unruly just released a list of the most shared ads of 2013, based not upon views, but by how many …

Advertising

11 Hidden Messages in Company Logos

When Wendy's redesigned its logo in 2013, the company insisted the word "MOM" in the collar was unintentional. But plenty of other logos contain …

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Generation Flux: Pete Cashmore

Pete Cashmore is the CEO of Mashable. At 19, he founded the tech blog in Scotland, which has grown into a monster site for social news. Mashable has more than 2 million Twitter followers.<p><b>On the eve of Thanksgiving</b>, Pete Cashmore is neither basting a turkey nor preparing for football.<br>“It’s not my …

How CEO Mark Parker Runs Nike To Keep Pace With Rapid Change

“The World’s Most Creative CEO” says Nike’s culture is perfectly suited for the new, unpredictable age of business.<p>“The last thing we want,” says Nike CEO Mark Parker, “is to be a big dumb company that feels we can put a swoosh on something and people will buy that.”<p>I first met Parker three years …

Strategic Humor: Cartoons from the September 2013 Issue

Enjoy these cartoons from the September issue of HBR, and test your management wit in the <b>HBR Cartoon Caption Contest at the bottom of this post</b>. If we choose your caption as the winner, you will be featured in next month’s magazine and win a free Harvard Business Review Press book.<p>“Ann, you can see …

Puncak Sesat Pikir: Jembatan Selat Sunda

<b>Inkonsistensi MP3EI</b><p>Dokumen MP3EI cukup banyak mengetengahkan karakteristik Indonesia yang unik sebagai negara kepulauan. Berikut kutipannya:<p>1. …

Science Of Persuasion

The Mobile Shopping Life Cycle

Mobile is turning “path to purchase” on its head. One of the most time-honored marketing concepts, that notion that a customer takes a predictable journey toward a sales transaction (in its earliest definition, starting with <i>attention</i> to a product, then moving to <i>interest</i> in it, then <i>desire</i> for it, …

How the Voice of the People Is Driving Corporate Social Responsibility

The business case for corporate social responsibility (CSR) is becoming easier and easier to make. You can argue that it boosts a company’s brand, manages risk, and just plain saves money. But perhaps most importantly the general public is clamoring for companies to enact good, fair business …

How Your Company Can Help Build Tomorrow’s Sustainable Cities

By 2050 the number of people living in cities will have nearly doubled, from 3.6 billion in 2011 to more than 6 billion. Yet the world’s urban areas are already overcrowded and, particularly in developing countries, suffer from shortages of clean water, electricity, and other resources essential to …

Rediscover Your Company’s Humanity

We’ve heard the rallying cry for the past few years for companies to “be customer-centric” and to transform into “a social business.” But what does that really mean?<p>As I’ve said before, It’s hard for most organizations to come to any real consensus because each part of the company only sees one …

Good Companies Are Storytellers. Great Companies Are Storydoers

Discussions about story and storytelling are pretty fashionable in marketing circles. I have ambivalent feelings about this. On the one hand, as a lifelong advocate for the power of story in business, I find this very encouraging. For all companies, having a story and knowing that story are crucial …