Updating your logo is part of the continual process of enhancing your brand. Most successful companies will redesign or realign their logo mark to stay consistent with the times and maintain brand identity. It doesn’t have to be a full overhaul; sometimes subtle changes, as in the Delta example will do the trick. Many customers have chosen to NOT update their logo (You know who you are! :-)) and when integrated with a new web design, the older style logos simply don’t work.
The one thing in life that's always a constant is change. The internet is no stranger to change, especially in regards to Search Engines. Last year's announcement that Bing and Yahoo would merge generated an enormous amount of speculation of the effect on the web search marketplace. Fast forward a year; Yahoo is showing Bing's search results, and the question on everybody's mind is, "what other changes are due in the coming months?"
Kevin Kelly argues that the most important breakthrough in the history of mankind was the invention of language.
Before language, we were wild animals. After language, humans as a species took a huge leap forward. Language allowed us to coordinate, to teach and to learn.
The second great breakthrough on this axis was writing. Writing is language solidified. Writing permits language to travel through time or over distances. It ensures that ideas last more than one generation.
Now, we're on the cusp of the third breakthrough, one that is proving to be as powerful as the other two. And we're living through it, not reading about it history books...
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No matter where you go in the known universe, there is design-by-committee. It has become a pecking order of disaster for the society that used to pride itself on being a mover and shaker and that allowed its mavericks and dreamers to innovate their way to success. In a business climate fueled by fear and the “Peter Principle,” as it is today, a decision not made is a tragedy averted. So, decision by committee provides a safe and often anonymous process for finger-pointing down the line… inevitably leading to the creative, of course.
Last year I wrote a two-part column on tips for selling ads in e-mail newsletters. By applying these tips with one of my clients last year, we were able to boost the click-through rate (CTR) on their e-mail newsletter advertisements by 160 percent - without significantly cannibalizing clicks to the editorial articles.
At this point, most businesses have probably come to the realization that they are missing out on some serious opportunities if they do not have a Facebook presence. Facebook is showing that it will keep growing, despite all of the recent privacy concerns capturing the media's attention, and more and more sites across the web continue to get integrated with Facebook, which means Facebook is becoming more and more integrated into people's online activity in general. While this in itself means great things for businesses, Facebook is now offering businesses new tools to better understand data around user engagement with their brands so they can take advantage of it and better monetize their Facebook presence.
Google TV is going to be very interesting. It is far from a certainty that it will be more than Apple TV in terms of consumer sales. From a first glance the Marketplace is the most important and interesting element of the announcement.