17 Burst results for "Aaron Company"

"aaron company" Discussed on The No Film School Podcast

The No Film School Podcast

09:57 min | 7 months ago

"aaron company" Discussed on The No Film School Podcast

"How much money does that cost my losing money. If I rent something in order to edit something that I would normally be able to edit Those kind of conversations. I was surprised I will say how long I heard some folks going into offices in La well after other folks had stopped going in. I had friends who were post. Pa's and and stuff. They were headed into the office. Well after everyone had been recommended to stay home and I feel like that is something that we have to talk about at some point in the industry about like how long were heading the office. How long folks were asked to come in? And I don't know if that's because they weren't comfortable giving folks I I don't know I think they're worried right. I think they're worried about T- stopping and so they just couldn't say no But there's some there's some there's some questions there will. It's also complicated because like this is like you know this is why win government needs to be part of it because like. I know people who wanted to shut down but the contract their clients outline what allows them to shut things down and so like they need they need a government to come in and say we're officially in a state of emergency and you're like okay state of emergency when I'm in a state of emergency that gives me cover with my contract with the fact that the state of emergency was song. Come if you're if you're a twenty percent edit shop like look I think everybody should have been sent home a week earlier than they were. Think that like the you know. Absolute the school where I taught we were working very hard to stop productions two weeks before the official state of emergency was declared. It's really complicated if you have a contract with a big TV network and your breach of contract if you breach. You're you're like they could sue you and so I totally like. There's a certain point in which Garcetti has to come in or to Blasios to come in or the federal government has to come in and say this is emergency. I bet most of the people who worked the WHO RAN THOSE POST. Companies wanted to send people home and. I bet there were some who did it earlier than the state of emergency but like the whole thing you need above action to start figuring it out and it's really like I like my breaks for everybody in that situation except for like the lawyers who would have sued over the bridge of contract but like and I generally love lawyers but like the people running those companies were in a really tight spot. I wish my facebook was all covered with people in L. A. being like I can't believe I'm driving to work today to say nothing of the fact that there's a there's a there's a push it would seem to get people back soon because of the way it's affecting the economy on the hull which is just insanity. The sooner we can do things like we. Meaning companies like Netflix. Or the government. Make it easier for people to not go back. The sooner this can actually be resolved. But it's out of our hands like the p the power the power brokers have to be the ones to make that two D. incentivize continuing to work just like you know in Los Angeles. I don't know if this is true in other parts of the country but it became necessary to close the parks and to close the beaches because people were thinking. Well I can go to those places and then you have to D- incentivize that make it harder because people will do what suits them until they're not allowed. Yes so if I mean. If you're a freelancer film worker listening at this point I would say. Keep your eye on these new stories because you might be entitled to some. Relief funds certainly check out the websites. We talked about in the articles. Because you feel like you're used to going out and getting your own jobs you're going to have to go out and get your own help and I. I hate to have to say that. But that's really the way it's going to be. And if you can in Europe producer or your director or someone who has a lot of money please donate donate unabashedly. Take the crazy tax. Write off next year Donate your hundred million dollars because it is important and it is the only way to make sure art survives us and not just a commerce. Now it's probably a good time to talk about the NFL. Sixty which is what no films goals launching for those of you listening and have not yet read the challenge rules. As far as I'm aware the only rules are for the content to be sixty seconds or less and submitted by March thirty. First you're allowed to use anything fell. You're allowed to use stock footage. You have access to those things and we're really excited to serious put together. Please do it safely meaning in yourself. Corentin indoor space do it as safely as possible. Do with people. You're quarantined with us. Found footage online animates motion anything. There's no rules because it's not really a contest. I just we're only really GONNA feature ones. We feel like we're done safely. She said you have written about how to make a strong short sixty second film. Do you WANNA give a few pointers to folks? Who are listening in absolutely one thing. I'm really excited especially with this contest is just the idea of how fast can you tell a story? And what's necessary to have a story? That's emotionally moving. Certainly there's a experimental things we're interested in as well and if you have at inclination I encourage you to go for it but for me. The one thing I'll say is get into the story as fast as possible when you limit people to sixty seconds. There's not that much time for bullshit around it so i WanNa know who your characters are and what the stakes are in the first ten seconds One pointer or once suggestion I give to. People is try to give us a short film that takes place in exactly one location A lot of times that helps people get into it right away. Whether it's two roommates who won passive aggressively is not doing the dishes on one's doing them loud to get the other person or a husband or wife who've been stuck together during quarantine trying to pick. What's on net flicks? The Sky's the limit for these stories. In in maybe you have green screen and WANNA do to people arguing over which astronauts the first one to step on the moon. Just get into the stories. Fast as possible gives the characters in the states right away and then the rest of it really is about falling three act structure Make the goal. Simple enough that you think you can resolve in a minute and try to make the emotions true deep enough that they're relatable to people so you know the the crazy thing about the nfs sixteen idea is that it came to nfs through multiple different people with NFL. Like a few of you. I think Jason V and Michelle mentioned some version of this in various times. So it was like. Hey we should definitely do this. If everyone's thinking about this and it seems like the response has been really good and we want to encourage more people to jump in and throw their stuff out there and we've already seen some really cool stuff and I'm really excited for to come out into the community for everyone to see for us to highlight some of them I you know one of the ways I learned early on like it was five minutes but channel. One zero one long ago before even youtube was a big thing like this Internet video short video creation contests that I was involved in and it had a live in person element but learning to tell short. Stories helped a lot of people from that community. Learn how to tell longer stories and a lot of them are like working on TV. Like Rick and morty started there and most of the guys who wrote it and work on it to this day came from that so learning to tell a story I think quickly effectively is one of the most important tools because it just drips you down to the basics and like you just said Jason like if you can do that then you know exactly what what you really need in a story to make it compelling then you can draw it out I think but that little to me germ. That seed is really important. Absolutely I mean the challenges there. Can you tell us an emotional story? In sixty seconds and so many people are tweeting e mailing us. Oh how do I do it? There's a really great movie that came out. I want to introduce a twenty years ago called gloomy Aaron Company and it took one hundred filmmakers from across the world huge filmmaker Steven Spielberg spitefully trying to think of some of the other Internet the COEN brothers a lot of other international filmmakers whose names escape my mind and what they did was give them in original. Lumiere Brothers camera and have them make a one minute short film. David Lynch has one in there to all these short films were then cut together in the one movie with a hundred different stories in it and it's beautiful and fine and it is possible. Check that movie out. Luminary Company the title But it is possible and you can do it. The biggest filmmakers can do see it as a challenge. It is a challenge. We want the best ones in. Also I do think this quarantine in self-isolation will end at some point and you will need stuff to add to your resume. You can't have had like a dead six months where it's like. I didn't do anything. Sure there's GonNa be a lot of people like that but if you really truly want to get ahead want to succeed you won't be one of them so my suggestion you'll be like it's very easy to get someone to watch something one minute long and if you have something that kicks. Ass one-minute long than there is a much bigger chance that people are then going to watch. What's five minutes on what's fifteen? What's an hour and a half in so uses as a time to really work gone not only yourself in millions of metal better filmmaker but also work on your resume and work on things that can get you hired in the future especially if you WanNa work in Los Angeles New York or in any of the other huge film cities around the world. The Big Tech News. This week is tech companies really coming together. A lot of post companies but also a lot of production companies to try and provide.

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"aaron company" Discussed on Digital Business Models

Digital Business Models

07:40 min | 1 year ago

"aaron company" Discussed on Digital Business Models

"The Business English. Thank you for joining me for this conversation daily a big thank you and the zolder of of animism book which is a digital transformation playbook which is an incredible reading because it really helps you to understand how the business world <music> as changed so it will be nice actually to start from from you like how did you get into a digital transformation well. I've been teaching at Columbia Business School for leaders for almost well twenty years this year and <hes> most of the time I've been focusing on the this technology in markets and business on brands and business models and organizations so I I spent my time really between <hes> teach executives teaching executive education programs as you mentioned digital business strategy leadership was your in-person programs also online programs and senior programs that combined both <hes> I want teaching <hes> on campus or in Silicon Valley. I am <hes> researching writing books <hes> with my ladies the digital transformation playbook <hes> and that's another thing we spend time to speaking earns around the worlds and industries so the book came out of bad experiences nice companies <hes> grappling with struggling <hes> it was the first major book on the topic of digital being transformations without now in nine languages more on the way actually starting working on the sequel <hes> and <hes> it's it's a topic which continues to evolve and do in terms of its importance the business thank you for sharing the story of course he's going to be a nice twelve. You'll so for the sequel in the coming months but how LEX muchly the meats like what are some of the meats which surround the these digital transformation in your experience. <hes> you know there are a lot I guess a few I would start with the the number one which is digital transformation is a technology issue technology the problem <hes> and something you address by Ignatz Technology second math. I think he's a deal -centration is project and I hear this from C._e._o.'s and say okay. I I believe in the system according to the after we have to move <hes> so how many years is this GonNa take me as a three year project or for your problems and what's the budget. Let's put aside and digital transformation is really about evolving all the usual a different way of operating as a business so it's not something run on the Project Management Office in the meantime <hes> another math isn't a lot of people come to this and think it's simply a matter digitizing using what they've already done. <hes> let's take our existing business that we know well and simply make processes more <hes> automated or digital ad she means and so forth and certainly that maybe part of what you're doing but. You're missing along the scope and transformation. It's I guess the last message to you're talking to <hes> peace time allier corners. You may get the impression that little transformations impossible <hes> but these old companies newswoman ever change their dinosaurs and ultimately only the digital native businesses survive either moral the only ones who didn't succeed today and I think that's <hes> that's it's interesting in what stand need sad. How can we actually define digital festival mission? Was We about so you can find you. Don't transformation really is a question question is how does a business it started to scale for the Internet is back in business need to adapt in order to grow in the digital age. How does it need to evolve? It's GONNA reach its next stage growth in the digital economy because every sector every industry is now being shaped by successive ways into colleges now one thing about that definition is and what are underlying. It's quite an questioned and how do I create a great stand up <hes> in that case all you're talking about is only seen in markets too needs changing technologies new merging possibilities and how can I envision imagine orange and a new product ships often. <hes> is a very giving question. How do I take an existing engine pods organization that has certain advantages writing ask customers has been reputation in has got talented employees as revenue <hes> but also has a lot of things that may change very hard they have organization charts? They have distribution partners in channels. They have <hes> van brand reputation the banff to protect their lawn of complicating factors and you're talking about shifting existing organization really the key thesis of the book <hes> is the transformation is not in and our technology but when it really is an Atari about about strategy neither ship and new ways of thinking hardest spartans moving actually reemerging what your business is she yep so it's <hes> it's really a a like the way you'd find it and you know also these more about immigration and is not an end in itself but it actually is a way to understand how to be a great companies today and I think in the book it comes it comes up a very interesting adobe which is the business strategy would has changed drastically today and <hes> so I'd like to know from you. How do you think <hes> the business I started to change? Yes and this is this is <hes> one of the hardest parts are organizations software engineer call strategic ones <hes> they are making decisions in <music> kicking off business making plans based on certain rules and principles and strategy that are based on years or decades of fire experiencing Aaron Company removes Asian is doing things the talk business school and they don't even writing this is guiding and shaping their sanctions to making and then in fact along these principles your strategy has changed dramatically in the digital era so that's why I usually start and in teaching Zaki into working on the company's helping them to step back and think differently about five and four genes. There's a strategy and I guess we can dive <hes> in dodos domains because in the book actually the fine have digital transformation as a as a a true actually five domains those domains..

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"aaron company" Discussed on As It Happens from CBC Radio

As It Happens from CBC Radio

01:49 min | 2 years ago

"aaron company" Discussed on As It Happens from CBC Radio

"You yourself volunteered to test one of the treatments developed by aaron's company what did you test i tested out a gene therapy for suppressing hiv the core idea is that it would teach my body cells to create an antibody which would prevent the virus from being able to attack my immune system cells and did it work the inconclusive at this point my immune system like count went to the highest it's ever been since i started getting tested for this sort of stuff but at the same time it's such an inconclusive amount of data and we used a very small dose just for safety sake that i can't make a statement one way or the other kinds of experiments was conducting on himself so he was constantly changing his own behavior in eating habits he was fasting frequently but i guess more notably he he was the first person to try out a treatment for herpes the basic ideas the same as what rational bac scenes is doing where subversion of herpes is injected the is a little bit modified herpes has like a decoy on its shell which makes it very difficult for the immune system to learn how to fight it and by giving this version without the decoy the immune system is able to learn how to fight the virus but it's been described at the conference where he was going to test it was rather africa wasn't he dropped his pants and injected himself with this with the herpes treatment was he bit theatrical.

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"aaron company" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

01:48 min | 2 years ago

"aaron company" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"And as the npc gets underway trade tensions with the united states have flared further on sunday china's vice foreign minister janica soy sought to defuse the situation by announcing that china would host us officials for a new round of dial log on trade julia will this week president trump is expected to sign an executive order to impose a flat 25 percent import tax on steel and ten percent on aluminum the european union and china are among those talking about retaliation us commerce secretary wilbur ross told abc news the tariffs will help correct a decades old trade policy one that disadvantaged america consortium salute were perfectly reasonable to move to germany 1945 were trying to land between 40 frog legs in sunni more those in though very mature big strong economies so there's a lot of history that needs to be undone in its weight last week trump said trade was a good and easy to win while the world's largest automakers are speaking out against president trump's move to slap tariffs on steel and aluminum a bloomberg's rainy in asensio has that story hyndai says it may rethink its us operation if president trump pushes ahead with steel and aluminum tariffs it's as a levies could negatively affect current production and expansion plans raising costs and ultimately prices on his comments go beyond a toyota and ford they've worn tariffs would make vehicles costlier but stopped short of saying they could affect production plans honda also weighed in saying the move is imprudent and places a burden on the customers ramian asencio bloomberg daybreak asia well europe's largest saint in aaron company is on lighting and now the k business cements who will press ahead with an initial public offering of its health kagan as.

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"aaron company" Discussed on News Radio WGOW

News Radio WGOW

01:50 min | 3 years ago

"aaron company" Discussed on News Radio WGOW

"Lowest we'll be highly competitive you look at china there at fifteen percent were 35 percent you look at other countries like ireland and many other countries are i mean they're eight percent and ten percent and twelve percent so we're going from 35 all the way down to twenty which will have a massive impact and cut keep companies here i mean going to keep companies aaron companies are going to move back to the united states let's like this and what it really means is jobs because there's companies are going to need people to work at it's going to be jobs it's going to be great jobs in great wages well and and all the predictions from the obama administration people were that you could never get the threepercent economic growth took you to the second quarter and you didn't even on the order and the second quarter of whom were at three percent three point and this one would have been even better other than will be affected somewhat by the hurricanes hurricanes were so massive that will have some kind of an impact by the hurricanes but we're doing even better than we did then so you're right and they hadn't hit as you know for a full year they never hit three percent so weakest twoweek his recovery ever by far and we've already hit three point two percent and were doing good but the tax cuts really make us something special you know every point in gdp is two and a half trillion dollars and millions of jobs but think of it two and a half trillion so one point case for everything and i think we're going to have numerous points not just one point well and there are so many things going on in the world is such a wacky place these days if i could i was reading this morning on yesterday that isis was being crushed we are on the run their losing their last strongholds even in syria and in iraq crushed what what is going on with us surrendering by the thousands we're hearing giving up running away i heard isis no longer there was a change of rules of engagement was that about secretary mattis has i do with the people.

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"aaron company" Discussed on Socially Supportive: Customer Care the Social Way

Socially Supportive: Customer Care the Social Way

02:16 min | 3 years ago

"aaron company" Discussed on Socially Supportive: Customer Care the Social Way

"Welcome this socially supportive where you'll hear the hottest insights and discover cutting edge technology as we take you behind the scenes with the latest authors top executives in industry thought leaders this is customer care their social way with your host frankie so shea episode eighty fix of this socially supportive podcast is brought to you by the social pact get on the inside to stay on the topside head on over to socially supportive dot com and join today for the latest tips tricks and technology and digital and social customercare also brought to you by tele geant a barons company do you need support community yes you probably do support communities are a critical component to a healthy digital customer support program taligent of aaron company is a leader in community software for support communities and digital marketing is social software solutions help bring together modern collaboration technologies into a single integrated suite that includes social applications and social services which enable organisations to create communities of interest for their customers taligent solutions include both external customer an internal employee communities a customer service community enables you to answer a question once and then scale it to an unlimited number of customers how lows social pack welcome to thoughtful thursday as you know on thoughtful thursday we discuss deep thoughts including overarching strategy and organisational structure but before we get into talking about today's topic i do want to say that the free at thirty minute coaching sessions that were offered courtesy of taligent of insurance company who is this month's sponsor are closed for the month if you were not able to get in your coaching session because the times were unavailable i'm so sorry about that i will figure out something to do for you guys but i definitely enjoyed hearing what was going on out there and helping where i could with everybody who reached out for help so thank you so much for doing that now let's get into it.

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"aaron company" Discussed on Socially Supportive: Customer Care the Social Way

Socially Supportive: Customer Care the Social Way

02:16 min | 3 years ago

"aaron company" Discussed on Socially Supportive: Customer Care the Social Way

"Welcomed this socially supportive where you'll hear the hottest insights and discover cutting edge technology as we take you behind the scenes with the latest authors top executives in industry thought leaders this is customer care their social way with your host frankie so shea episode eighty four of the socially supportive podcast is brought to you by the social pact get on the inside to stay on the topside head on over to socially supportive dot com and join today for the latest tips tricks an technology in digital and social customercare also brought to you by tele ginned of their and company do need support community yes you probably do support communities are a critical component to a healthy digital customers the poor program taligent of aaron's company is the leader in community software for support communities and digital marketing its social software solutions help bring together modern collaboration technologies into a single integrated sweet that includes social applications and social services which enable organisations to create communities of interest for their customers taligent solutions include both external customer an internal employ communities a customer service community enables you to answer a question just ones and scale it to an unlimited number of customers how low social pack welcome to attack tuesday today we are going to continue in our weekly theme of reviewing at the end of the year what needs to happen for next year based on what happened last year so today were focusing on all things technology related to providing digital customer service as we do every tick tuesday but before we get into it i wanna let you know there should still be a couple of spaces open before the month anz where you can sign up for your free 30minute coaching with me this december only i've had a lot of success with the folks who have signed up so far and taken advantage of just thirty minutes with me to hash out whatever problems have been bothering them about what they're going to do with their digital customer support program this is brought to you courtesy of taligent of.

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"aaron company" Discussed on Socially Supportive: Customer Care the Social Way

Socially Supportive: Customer Care the Social Way

02:02 min | 3 years ago

"aaron company" Discussed on Socially Supportive: Customer Care the Social Way

"Processes that need a little tweaking and practice there in a pilot program giving your agents a little more flexibility and autonomy riot owen if you miss that episode i highly recommend you go back and listen to it it's really interesting stuff talking with david johnston and we will have him back again all right and then the sixth of six steps is to make sure that your report out on this especially as were recording this episode in december you want to make sure that you're tracking and measuring the results of the pilot and reporting out so see episode 23 reporting on special ops to get some quick tips on the best way to report out on this pilot program okay so that's what i've got for you today i hope that you made it through my voice with the cold that i'm bringing to you and hopefully that'll be better soon but let's talk about today's sponsor today's episode is sponsored by tell adjacent of errant company why community why tell legit community because customer support community is create a compelling return on investment and gives your customers the support options they want on episode 64 tech for millennials we talked a lot about how molyneaux heels what choi's says when it comes to receiving support from your company sometimes they want to self solve they just want to be able to go and find that the information in a repository that you have sometimes they wanna have a connected relationship with another customer support communities provide these options to your customers and these great relationships that can be developed in community between customers and between customers and community managers become connected with your company and your brand so now customers are having great experiences with your brand in the middle and tell adjacent now of aaron company has been a leading community platform providers.

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"aaron company" Discussed on Socially Supportive: Customer Care the Social Way

Socially Supportive: Customer Care the Social Way

02:02 min | 3 years ago

"aaron company" Discussed on Socially Supportive: Customer Care the Social Way

"Maybe you get a lot of feedback that says agents are very knowledgeable in one area or another may be you can update that training material or the last one i'll give you as agent behaviors if you have an agent who has a behavior that is consistently not working for customers you can find that out pretty quickly on a survey and you can let that agent no so there is an opportunity to make corrections okay that's what i have for you today about measuring customer satisfaction on social channels again we will talk about twitter customer cards in a later episode in greater depth and then as i mentioned on wednesday we'll talk about autonomy for agents and social customercare but right now let's talk about today's sponsor today's episode is sponsored by tele gents of aaron's company why community why taligent community well if you wanna talk about finding out what customers think about you that is a fantastic way to find out what customers think about you as we talked about in the very beginning of the episode but in a russian to that customer support communities also create a compelling return on investment and gives your customers the support options that they want we've talked over and over again about how millennials are coming in and they want a different type of support than the baby boomer generation want it they want some sort of community to be happening around their brand they want to talk to other customers about the products and services that they're using because people customized their products and services and use them in layers than and different ways than may be the company itself could have ever envisioned there's a lot of creativity with technology these days so this community where customers can talk to other customers gives the customers a sense of having a partner in using your product all so when we talk about the compelling return on investment if your customers are either looking up their own answers to questions with information that floated into your community.

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"aaron company" Discussed on Socially Supportive: Customer Care the Social Way

Socially Supportive: Customer Care the Social Way

02:16 min | 3 years ago

"aaron company" Discussed on Socially Supportive: Customer Care the Social Way

"Welcomed this socially supportive where you'll hear the hottest insights and discover cutting edge technology as we take you behind the scenes with the latest authors top executives in industry thought leaders this is customer care their social way with your host frankie so shea episodes 75 of the socially support a podcast is brought to you by the social pack get on the inside to stay on the topside head on over to socially supportive dot com and joined today for the latest tips tricks and technology and digital and social customercare also brought to you by tell agend of errant company a leader and community software for support communities and digital marketing its social software solutions help bring together modern collaboration technologies into a single integrated suite that includes social applications and social services which enable organisations to create communities of interest for their customers taligent solutions include both external customer and internal employ communities a customer service community enables you to answer a question once and then scale it to an unlimited number of customers how lows social pack welcome to wisdom wednesday day boy do i have something for you today that's going to be very interesting so get ready to kick your feet up on that desk and just hear something the antagonistic but before we get into that i want to remind you that i am giving away free 30minute coaching sessions just during the month of december this is my holiday present to you and it's been made possible by tell adjacent of aaron company who is this month's sponsor of the show so thank you to tell a gen what would you talk to me about for thirty minutes and what could we get done we'll let me tell you if you have questions about what next your strategy should look like if you want to understand how you should bring together your support chat and your social customercare strategies i can help you with that if you want to understand why support communities would be beneficial to your organization or if you want to understand how you can calculate your return on investment you would be amazing.

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"aaron company" Discussed on Socially Supportive: Customer Care the Social Way

Socially Supportive: Customer Care the Social Way

02:16 min | 3 years ago

"aaron company" Discussed on Socially Supportive: Customer Care the Social Way

"Welcome this socially supportive where you'll hear the hottest insights and discover cutting edge technology as we take you behind the scenes with the latest authors top executives in industry thought leaders this is customer care their social way with your host frankie so shea episodes seventy four of the socially supportive podcast is brought to you by the social pact get on the inside to stay on the topside head on over to socially supportive dot com and joined today for the latest tips tricks and technology and digital and social customercare also brought to you by tell agend of aaron company a leader in community software for support communities and digital marketing its social software solutions help bring together modern collaboration technologies into a single integrated suite that includes social applications and social services which enable organisations to create communities of interest for their customers tell urgent solutions include both external customer an internal employee communities a customer service community enables you to answer a question once and then scale it to an unlimited number of customers how low as social pack well come to attack tuesday did you enjoy manic monday's episode about gifts for your social media customercare peeps for under thirty dollars yes that's right we took a manic monday that is usually difficult about reporting a numbers and made it into a holiday gift giving guide so if you missed episode 73 which was yesterday press pause go back and listen to that so you can get your gift thaw out of the way and then come back and listen because we're going to have a great episode today but before we get to deep into today's episode speaking of gifts i want to remind you that i have a gift for you courtesy of tell legends of errant company who is our sponsor for this month and they have a fantastic community software product so you can head on over to socially supportive dot com slash tell adjacent t e l l i g e n t.

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"aaron company" Discussed on Socially Supportive: Customer Care the Social Way

Socially Supportive: Customer Care the Social Way

02:16 min | 3 years ago

"aaron company" Discussed on Socially Supportive: Customer Care the Social Way

"Welcome this socially supportive where you'll hear the hottest insights and discover cutting edge technology as we take you behind the scenes with the latest authors top executives in industry thought leaders this is customer care their social way with your host frankie so shea episode sixty nine of this socially supportive podcast is brought to you by the social pack get on the inside to stay on the topside head on over to socially supportivecom and join today for the latest tips tricks and technology in digital and social customercare also brought to you by televisions of aaron company a leader and community software for digital marketing and support communities it's social software solutions help bring together modern collaboration technologies into a single integrated sweet that includes social applications and social services enabling organisations to create community is of interest for their customers taligent solutions include both external customer and internal employee communities a customer service community enables you to answer a question once and then scale it to an unlimited number of customers how lows social pack welcome to attack tuesday and boy do i have a tech tuesday for you today but before we get into that i do want to let you know that for the month of december only i've got just a few spots i think there are twelve spots left for you to sign up for a free 30minute coaching with me yes i don't know if you're aware or not but i do consulting four brands and for technology companies to help them understand how to deliver excellent customer service to their customers online so if you've got questions about what your goals should be for next year if you've got questions about how to provide a better customer experience if you're a technology company that wants to better understand the brands customer journey whatever it is you have questions about go ahead to socially supportivecom there is a button right there on the front page that you can.

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"aaron company" Discussed on Socially Supportive: Customer Care the Social Way

Socially Supportive: Customer Care the Social Way

02:16 min | 3 years ago

"aaron company" Discussed on Socially Supportive: Customer Care the Social Way

"Welcomed this socially supportive where you'll hear the hottest insights and discover cutting edge technology as we take you behind the scenes with the latest authors top executives in industry thought leaders this is customer care their social way with your host frankie so shea episode sixty eight of this socially supportive podcast is brought to you by the social pack get on the inside to stay on the topside head on over to socially supportivecom and today for the latest tips tricks and technology in digital and social customercare also brought to you by tele geant of aaron's company a leader and community software for support communities and digital marketing its social software solutions help bring together modern collaboration technologies into a single integrated sweet that includes social applications and social services enabling organisations to create communities of interest for their customers taligent solutions include both external customer and internal employee communities a customer service community enables you to answer a question once and then scale it to an unlimited number of customers hello is so pak welcome to manic monday i hope you had a fantastic weekend with family and friends i hope that you enjoy listening to friday's episode sixty seven response strategies for small teams i've gotten that request from many different small teams and small business owners to say frankie how can we possibly answer all of the volume that's coming in on social media when were small and so hopefully if you have a small organization that helps ju if you miss the episode go ahead and press pause and go listen to that one and then come back we'll be here when you get back all right before we get started today i want to make sure that you know that i have a holiday gift for you i don't normally do this but i have opened up free 30minute coaching sessions that you can sign up for if you head over to socially supportivecom there is a button right there.

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"aaron company" Discussed on Socially Supportive: Customer Care the Social Way

Socially Supportive: Customer Care the Social Way

02:16 min | 3 years ago

"aaron company" Discussed on Socially Supportive: Customer Care the Social Way

"Welcomed this socially supportive where you'll hear the hottest insights and discover cutting edge technology as we take you behind the scenes with the latest authors top executives in industry thought leaders this is customer care their social way with your host frankie so shea episode fifty thick of this socially supportive podcast is brought to you by the social pact get on the inside to stay on the topside head on over to socially supportive dot com and joined today for the latest tips tricks and technology in digital and social customercare also brought to you by television of aaron company a leader in community software for digital marketing and support communities it's social software solutions help bring together modern collaboration technologies into a single integrated suite that includes social applications and social services that enable organisations to create communities of interest for their customers taligent solutions include both external customer an internal employee communities a customer service community enables you to answer a question once and scale it to an unlimited number of customers how as social pack welcome to thoughtful thursday a or as i have promised to call caller friday eve because what a great way to look at thursday now on thoughtful thursday we discuss deep thoughts including overarching strategy and organisational structure and today will be no different because we are talking about choosing the riot flexible outsource partner and i know you get scared when you think about having outsource and that's going to be really expensive and it's going to be a big deal we're gonna talk about it today how you can do it flexibly with our guest who is it not going to tell you yet but i will tell you that our guest today brought us today's inspiration and the book of the day so let's talk about today's inspiration today's inspiration comes to us from jury gregori who said the customer experience is the next competitive battleground and the book of the day by robin sharma and humphrey bauer is the monk who sold his ferrari a fable.

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"aaron company" Discussed on Socially Supportive: Customer Care the Social Way

Socially Supportive: Customer Care the Social Way

02:05 min | 3 years ago

"aaron company" Discussed on Socially Supportive: Customer Care the Social Way

"Data of with your employees so a community gives them an opportunity to do that taliban jet now of aaron company has been leading social community platform provider since two thousand four there are few companies out there that can say that with a proven profitable and stable track record of success if you are working for a large corporation you know that longevity of your vendors is something important that your procurement and supply chain team is looking for taligent delivers that hundreds of communities are powered by taligent community and television community is trusted by some of the most demanding brands for its reliability scale ability and security it's so welltrusted that even missioncritical government and defence programmes used television community for engagement and collaboration in as little as fifteen to twenty business days television community can be implemented configured branded an launched check them out today at telegenic dot com all right do you have a job opening are you looking for a spot send me your information and i'll play matchmaker between perfect person and perfect position so that we can all be delivering fantastic customer support out there on the worldwide web an if you know of a company that's doing really great digital customer service out there on that world wide web and you wanna know how they do that email me the company and all figure out who it is reach out to them and see if we can get them on the show to tell us all their secrets okay that's what i've got for you today wisdom wednesday tomorrow is thoughtful thursday we will have some deep overarching strategy thoughts hopefully you'll be listening to that before you had downstairs to the insight groups customer service summit but if not it is therefore you an until then and even after then i am frankie so shea thank you so much for tuning in can't wait to see you tomorrow.

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"aaron company" Discussed on News Talk 1130 WISN

News Talk 1130 WISN

02:02 min | 3 years ago

"aaron company" Discussed on News Talk 1130 WISN

"The backbone the integrity of the patriotism to separate themselves from the obnoxious they when a mark murphy and the antipatriotic insolent behavior the packer players it might be arad's so i asked the followed crushes at it in the form of email does mr erin says member of the package executive committee agree with the street put up at mark murphy does mr mary errands isn't a member of the executive committee approve of the actions of bennett kendrick's and king does this the earns believe customers should have a right to boycott aaron's products because of his failure to criticize the obnoxious statements to the packers organization i would discussing mr anz role in that of the executive committee on my program tuesday afternoon i would appreciate any response prior to them i would also exist jess that if mr and air wants to ingratiate the company with wisconsin aides he would resign from the board given the packers have decided to become a political organization i read the entire thing i sent the response i received some and stillp who's the pr had for arad's aaron's company has built its culture on respect for the individual the company also stands for the fundamental principles of equality diversity and inclusion and the rights of americans to express themselves as people have the right to express themselves were making their own informed decision about what products they choose the purchase iran's or otherwise as a business owner dan supports the role of mike murphy if as president of the packers organization to make the final decisions about his players i will point out that the person who was speaking for danyard's does not even know the name of the president of the packers organization it is not mike murphy as far as ingratiating the competent wisconsin eits errands is done that day in and day out for eighty four years and counting by creating and keeping jobs in the statefunded major science and technology and education initiatives and building products that are durable and after you passed down through generations of wisconsin families all of that i think it's true and i responded that and i've got no response bag in which offered errands the opportunity to to come on my program and defend these points of view a defend with the packers are saying but as i say he is far more willing to hack off say b and this audience than he is his buddies.

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"aaron company" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

02:07 min | 3 years ago

"aaron company" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"On in hong kong who of aaron company has been next occasions with this second quarter revenue and earnings shares took a slide in late trading in the us and bloomberg's cory johnson explains why from san francisco water confusing quarter from google i wall street liked it then the socks sold off a wall food didn't like it was to like fantastic revolutionized numbers twenty point nine billion dollars in second quarter revenues earnings per share adjusted earnings per share five dollars and one looks like a very strong horror and you sought to trends it's been going on for a long time but google selling a lot more as infect year over year increase was fifty two percent of the number of users click on for the prices declined a lot by about twenty three percent but the price decline of course far out math by the number of ads quote so that was a really good news for google the real problem here was the cost of giving those atoms roses a record at a record rate the traffic acquisition costs call with google goes out the other wobble side for mobile even companies have apple to pay for the traffic the right to run an apple iphone for example google more money than ever before and was very big rise in that traffic conditions cross number that disappoints people on wall street because warren for a long time goes costs are going to go up we saw in secondquarter results that's why the stocks started a selloff in afterhours trading a longterm trend the google has warned about but that was most alarming thing i think for him investors in second quarter results and the reason the stark sold off a very strong core of google both in top line in the price per add the decline in the number with the number of ads very strong and earnings per share of five dollars and one set of bloomberg san francisco recotor in better earnings announcement of course and it's still in full swing in the broader middle east region and we had some earnings out from do just minutes ago we look ahead as well over the other lenders.

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