12th

I recorded this video last year. Subsequently, I worked on a side project helping a WebWisedom client test these concepts. The project was highly successful on a number of levels. So I thought I’d finally share the video.

8th
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Mass Pike Open-road Tolling

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11th

I thought it would be fun and interesting to make a video to explain my transition from Cleveland to Boston. So I set up my camera at three iconic places in CLE at Christmas time, plus a 4th with deep meaning to me personally.

At the Cleveland Arcade America's 1st Indoor Shopping Mall

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27th

Last week’s 2016 PIMA MidYear Meeting was off-the-charts good. As a returning member, I went about my business talking to people about amazing new Social Tech opportunities, which by the way got more traction than ever before by a wide margin. As promised, along the way, I asked attendees at random what their Top 2-3 Challenges are today.

WebWisedom Winner: Most Amazing Slide

Winner: Most Amazing Slide by Greg Bailey, Denim

  1. “…professional association membership decline…maybe some newer associations will help…”
  2. “…regulatory disruption…”
  3. “What is distribution going to look like? What products and services do we invest in?”
  4. “…traditional association group space is becoming tighter and more rigid…”
  5. “…AARP is a group and individual hybrid and perhaps the most successful…is there a stronger affinity and how long did it take to get there?”
  6. “Many Association Directors are not keeping up with changes in technology.”
  7. “…reluctance to reinvest in technology…legacy platforms that don’t talk to each other…working on tried-and-true margins and profit and not investing, but we could save FTE’s…” Read the rest of this entry »
18th

On a phone call with an insurance marketing industry veteran this morning, he said this:

“The Market is demanding more access and transparency. Regulators are demanding more information security and compliance. Insurance companies are struggling with adapting product and process to generational preferences and digital requirements. People will tolerate some level of off-line completion in the process, via email or phone, as long as it’s efficient and streamlined and non-repetitive providing a good user experience. The ones that solved it are winning. Some have spent millions on processes that didn’t have buy-in from internal teams and therefore didn’t yield the necessary ROI. That learning process has been costly.”

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