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"fortino  " Discussed on WGN Radio

WGN Radio

07:04 min | 2 months ago

"fortino " Discussed on WGN Radio

"The ad council Tom fortino founder and principal at the alpha wealth group when is the freefall going to stop It's not a freefall I mean it's been precipitous but it's not been a freefall but it's just continual downward slide on all the indices including today Tom Yeah it's the proverbial death by a thousand cuts right It just continues And I guess the real answer is nobody knows There is going to be an inflection point Of course because you look at the valuation I think the peas may be hovering around 17 and I know we had this conversation a long time ago and it was a 26 and 27 So there's a point where I mean a couple of things There are number one there's a point where you're going to say okay there's value here Someone's going to come in and buy it It's just like any asset right If you're looking at a rental property down the street and it's cost too much and they cut it in half and then cut it in a little at some point you're going to say there's value here I'm going to buy it I know it's worth something It's the same with the stock market At some point there's going to be value in this going to get some support When that happens you know we look for catalysts and that's where I'm a little skeptical I guess at this point Catalysts what do you mean by that and why are you skeptical about that Well you know if you think about it what is that thing going to be What's going to happen that's going to turn this market Again is it where the valuations get sold all people out of the buyers are going to come in and start supporting it is it going to be fiscal or monetary policy I don't think so Those are almost skeptical right I mean the fed is kind of a problem in this whole process If they continue to raise rates I mean in the long run which I think is a good thing but when you're approaching we've had one quarter down somewhat we're already in a recession Then you say okay then you turn to the fiscal policy are we going to start doing some things either reducing tax rates reducing regulations doing things to help us economy I don't see either of those things popping out anytime soon High interest rates are not the Friends of business that wants to expand and borrow money so that's not going to help the business world right No especially when things are starting to slow down right So you have these input costs I mean diesel is at the highest and that's when we think about we talk about the price of the pump but you think about diesel trucks trains all of these things that are transportation those types of things Diesels are the highest levels ever been in the history of diesel fuel So those input costs and you know the PPI came out today at 11% So I just where is going to be the relief Where is going to be this energy and strives everything Again I don't see those things then you couple that with the potential of interest rates right I mean you know it's going to be some discomfort Will it correct itself at some point Yes But in the meantime I think again this volatility this uncertainty it's going to continue Well I don't need to time the market Tom but it sure seems to me like if your horizon is long enough and I don't mean 20 years I mean a few maybe 5 huh There's values in an index fund or maybe some sectors right now I mean good lord we've given up a lot If we're going to get it back you don't have a buy sign out in front of your house right now You're not buying Well here's the thing I would say you're right We've had this discussion before John The timing of the time you need those assets That's one of the biggest factors in this If you're not retiring for ten years you don't need to touch it It's not as concerning but those nearing it in retirement It's an issue right To your point you can not time the market I think we'd agree on that It doesn't mean you can't do some things in your portfolio Again being careful being prudent whether it's you say look for the time being I'm going to and we talked about this before Maybe I have more value in my equities Maybe I have certain sectors that are more defensive There's four sectors that have been relatively positive over the last month Energy of course year to date is up You can look at utilities consumer Staples or healthcare again in small doses You can be very careful These are not recommendations but are there things you can do to be a little defensive in this market Even to that point even raising some cash So there's things that you can do and I'm not suggesting wholesale changes but things you may want to consider What factor does employment have to all of this I mean unemployment is low There's still a lot of jobs available I know the wages are moving up on those and maybe that's only going to fuel inflation even more but is that an encouraging sign somehow You know unemployment gets so much attention and that's a great question We're still I've heard the numbers and it fluctuates a little bit plus or minus but we're 2 million jobs less than we were pre virus And I think I heard someone make the comment It's not so much that the jobs hold the whole jobs and the unemployment is kind of a broken system right now Just there's so much I think there's just a lot of distortion in the system right You're seeing some retirees come back to work I think 3% have returned back to the job So I don't know how much we can rely on these numbers as much because it's just things that really distorted right now It was just problematic And I think they'll work out ultimately I'm hoping they will but I think a lot of people until we get more people I need to enter the workforce There's some issues there But again I hope they don't work out We got to wrap this up time I know folks can listen to more insight from you Sunday morning It's 6 30 with least link but any last bit of wisdom or observation that's on your mind today want to share with folks Well you know I would just say as much as possible keep things in perspective get informed as much as possible because I always am cautious about this because I know this is very frustrating what's happening But emotions can lead to bad decisions So get with your adviser talk to take a look at what you currently have in have a plan that you can be a little more comfortable to stick to So again emotions aren't number one from a stress level because that's not good but also some of the.

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00:44 sec | 3 months ago

Lightning strike first against Panthers, win 4-1 in Game 1

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"fortino  " Discussed on WGN Radio

WGN Radio

04:44 min | 9 months ago

"fortino " Discussed on WGN Radio

"Safari that ended with a flat tire by the Lions then Or the you know what Let's just order our sapa Get $200 off your purchase of a $1000 or more at sopho dot com slash 200 Tom fortino is the principal at alpha wealth group Hey Tom how are you I'm doing very well today How are you doing John Good and for the first time ever hey Kevin are you there I'm here John I'm sorry I was busy buying some stock and some stock of the Green Bay Packers So let's start there before we actually go to the numbers on this Kevin It's a publicly owned team There's publicly traded shares in the stock They take a lot of pride in that It's why do people buy shares of the Green Bay Packers So for the 6th time in the franchise history the packers are selling stock but it's not really stock You can't really make money off of it but this is what they do every so often it's the first time they're doing it in ten years They're selling off a chunk of stock and if they sell all of them it's $300 per stock I think the goal is to raise about $90 million These are essentially John donations to the Green Bay Packers from their faithful fan base That's really all it is They did it about ten years ago And raised a bunch of money that helped pay for expansion of Lambeau Field and some other upgrades here and there But if you do buy the stock it's really just a sheet of paper and I kind of get it if you're a fan you can frame it and put it in your sports bar your man cave your office whatever I guess it's something but this is something the packers have done It's like the mid 20s when they first started doing it to avoid bankruptcy back then And it does at least back then the idea was to allow this organization and the smallest market and the NFL by far Green Bay Wisconsin to have an NFL team And it helps them basically raise money That's all they're really doing It's basically a fundraiser for the organization Well there is something charming about it I mean could the valuation of the team notwithstanding Could any other team pull something like this off Could the bear say hey if you want a certificate 300 bucks sign up here Well I was thinking about that because the idea this was what I read it was essentially quote deep pocket owners They don't exactly have that with the packers They don't have your straightforward ownership They don't have like a mccaskey family or like a Jerry Jones with the cowboys It's a 7 board executive committee with a president Mark Murphy who represents the team They basically were grandfathered in by my understanding This was something the legal allowed them to do to raise money and stay in Green Bay But no no other team and I'm aware of is capable of doing something like this but if you were the bears and you were able to do it right Don't we toss this idea around in the afternoon yesterday Like I think the bears would be able to sell quite a few of these Don't shoot John with this with the fan base as much as bears fans love the team as frustrating as they can be I think if the bears were saying hey you know what We're going to sell some stock two It's not really stock You're basically just giving its money But it's the fund whatever the project may be or upgrades I think they would probably be able to sell a good amount of shares My gut reaction is no they wouldn't but if they said but it'll help us get a better quarterback You know what I mean It reminds me a little bit of the justification for putting lights at Wrigley Field Hey we know you don't want us to mess with Wrigley Field but if we get more money we'll get you a better team I don't think there's a lot of fan support for anything The bears organization is doing right now Yeah I see what you mean You could certainly make a I just think there are so many I know you died in the bears fans Okay so now hold on Here's Tom 14 We did connect with you Tom how are you Thanks for joining us Thanks for having me What's the valuation of the Green Bay Packers time Do you know Well I can just expound a little bit on what Kevin said The value is you and the valuation of the stock No the value of the team How much does that team worth Well you know it always comes down anytime you sell anything it's like well whatever it sells for And a lot of times when these franchises sell they go for a pretty big money I think the last time I looked it was 2.6 billion maybe Kevin can comment on it as well But I think it was around 2.6 billion that the packers were worth but they can't be sold technically I don't think there's a way they can be sold So that's another benefit Which is okay but see Kevin that's the thing I'm going to give them three You know how hard it is for people to make 300 bucks First you got to make 360 bucks Then they tax it and then you have 300.

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"fortino  " Discussed on Shareable

Shareable

04:17 min | 1 year ago

"fortino " Discussed on Shareable

"It's available right on the homepage. Where if you go into the resources sections there to i'd also mentioned take a look on the site. Net line dot com for audience explorer. It's free and interactive tool that's kind of a visualized front end on top of this report to think of the report is a static snapshot that's review of annualized dataset audience explorers a completely interactive tool. It's on gated by the ways you don't to register for anything and you can actually go in and say i went understand how i don't know. Accountants are consuming content. That'll then distill all of this data into a live report that you can end slice and dice by company size and industry and geographic location and see the types of content that perhaps accountants are gravitating towards the most active in market companies in a specific industry. And so i'm so. It's a fun tool You get introduced to luna who's our mascot Nb nightline explorers little astronauts and. Yeah we hope you have a good time. If you're digging into the report though An audience explorer please share feedback. And you can hit me up on on twitter or lincoln cool and i will put that stuff in the show. Notes Just again another plug from me. I really really love you. guys do it. In atlanta i think the product is amazing for b. two b. marketers. It's absolutely something that you should like. Don't take my word for it. Just do your own little trial. If you don't have to spend a ton of money on this ticket thousand bucks a five hundred bucks. Go test out net line. I'm extremely confident that you'll be like i can't believe i didn't know at this thing existed because as you guys know it's legitimately how i felt i was like. Oh god i've been wasting so much time and money on other things. When i could have just been doing this and looking like a rockstar from my client. So i'm a big fan. So i would super appreciative and hearing your story. Yeah it's super motivating yell we use a lotta reviews on g to To offer inspiration to those of us inside the company. That really aren't on the front lines and don't get to hear this kind of great so every time. There's these types of experiences. It's extremely rewarding and affirming that we're on the right path doing good work and will continue to do so. I'll tell you just i. I would be willing to bet. Almost every agency that utilizes net line is probably a wealth of positive feedback because agency environments dumpster fire. Insane ask paced. it's no. It's true. And i say lovingly like i've done agency thing for like a decade now but like it is like madness. And you know clients and deadlines and all these things and like you find this tool where you're like in forty eight hours. I can come back and look like an absolute like monster rockstar to my client. It's just it's really really cool. So yeah i would definitely Say get get a bunch of agencies on On your shortlist people internally who are having a rough day like let me ring up this agency. Yeah most definitely remotest employees something nice about any I'm so glad you came on. I think that there's so much in this. That people should really You know they should definitely check out the report. I hope that they learn something. And if they learn something should tell someone about it and they tell someone about this. Episode is charitable wait. Don't leave if you've never listened to my fancy altro just wants for me please. Okay if you enjoy sharable and you find valuable. There's a few ways that you can support the show one. You can share it on social media. Which i strongly encourage. I mean it's literally the name of the show to you can review it on itunes stitcher or wherever you get your podcasts and overcast user as many of my listeners are make sure to click that starbucks on the episode of like the third way that you could sport the show is by blogging about it. The discussing it on your own podcast or even by making a youtube video where you talk about one of the episodes and then the final way that you can split. The show is by supporting directly on patriotic. You can find the link in the show notes now before i let you go. I want to tell you about one other thing you see. Sharable is just one of many projects that i'm working on it at any given time. I've got another podcast called rogue. I do a live streaming show every week called the roic council. I've got a blog. Ri- release a blog post twice a week..

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"fortino  " Discussed on Shareable

Shareable

05:31 min | 1 year ago

"fortino " Discussed on Shareable

"I don't know how long that live. Great i feel like there will be an adjustment back. We're always hearing about zoom fatigue right now and so on a webinar fatigue too. I do think that there will be a slight correction there but this idea of users really only exclusively going back to more written content. I don't i don't think that's the case. I think people naturally gravitate faces right and and trying to interact humans since we're starting to be able to do that again outside of web content. That's exciting too. So i think another takeaway would be how hybrid content is created in the future. And i don't think anyone's doing this well of having companion content that's easily consumed online and in a face to face environment with interactivity across both. That'd be an intriguing space to follow me was stuff to talk about their the future. But yeah i suppose you know my big takeaways more of a philosophical one and it's one that we've just not ever had to comment on great like we've covered data. We're not solving the world's problems we're not curing cancer or not putting rovers on mars. These are users you're translating the leads that ultimately develop pipeline for our customers for the first time in our history things have become more serious than developing sales clients right. this was about life and death. That's some capacity. And i was is interesting to cover. I hope we don't have to do it again. But yet it's encouraging to see people lean in and say hey. I'm going to lean into some content to find by solutions and find a level of comfort. That i don't have an uncomfortable situation. Wow i so the one. I had written down as mobile. Consumption fell by about seven percent. And you just went there. I was like that's odd and you were like. Humans are fighters appreciate the depth of the analysis there. I was not expecting that the mobile one to tick that real quick mobil just made sense to me just because we're all stuck at home and so i hadn't considered that i just think in general like mobile's just gonna keep going up. I think you'll see a big correction but but to us mobile's really always been about especially because our type of content right. You're not reading like an article or a blog post be pretty gated heavy content and so mobile tends to be stuff that we see at commute times right. People are on the train or on a bus or and so they are engaging and or registering for content. Then then there at the office consuming it whenever That makes more sense. I had considered. That will let me ask you about a related fact and this is the last question. Have free today but The other one that. I saw the report that i thought was interesting. Is that the average time took for professionals to consume content. Rose by over an hour from twenty eight point five to twenty nine point seven so this is that with you. Call the consumption gap. So it's time it took them between when they register when they checked it out rose. That scene curious to me given that were more of us are working from home. So it's like at the time that you're doing that you're probably still at home. There's no commuters. There's i didn't understand like what those possible factors can be found that a little bit surprising on. Yeah yeah and sometimes. When i was saying we let the data do the talking. It's true and sometimes there are things that we report upon. That are mystifying right. But the data is what it is. And so i suppose the hypothesis there is that being that were at home sure we could easily consume that content. But being that we're home we're also more easily distracted We can do what we want when we want how we want without any people and your peers looking over our shoulders to what we're looking into. That'd be my hypothesis. there's no proof to it. We don't survey users for this. This is not one of those reports. Were saying. We're serving two hundred. People and this is the visualized findings. Right this is four point. Three million leads the raw data. Just being distilled so yeah. It's intriguing and we'll see how that changes my guess is that as we're heading back into offices in some capacity that'll change again but yeah your guess is as my quite honestly. It's an intriguing. One awesome well. The report is like mind boggling. I've been volant for a couple years now and I just think it's it's such a wealth of information that b. marketers. I think are obviously the target people. That should be reading it. But i think even if you're just a marketer in general it's helpful to kind of understand what's going on out there and why and if you're beat ac- market or you may you may learn some things there so Thank you for coming on. Geeking out with me and like laying the as a bunch of questions about the stuff i appreciate. You know how you how you look at things and hey explain things. I also appreciate that. You guys are doing the whole first party data thing. It's it's a thing that i think quite a bit about and i'm very much about data rights and things like that so i appreciate your doing the good work. I wanted to take this time of the show to promote the hell out of yourself and your net line and just think of this as your shameless plug time you can talk about whatever it is you want promote anything you want completely your time in the show right now yes. Oh i'll do about net line. i don't need to promote myself. Hop over to net line dot com. Grab yourself copy of the report..

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"fortino  " Discussed on Shareable

Shareable

06:55 min | 1 year ago

"fortino " Discussed on Shareable

"Solutions that most appropriately fit my needs. They're gonna get on a short short earliest and will make a call countless times. Done this myself. Where i already know. The vendors are addressing a pain point that we might have some just gonna skip their content nearly and goes straight to pricing and the pricing is an excessively. Because if i can decide whether of vendors perhaps to rich too expensive for our taste. I'm going to rule them out regardless of their product being perhaps the better solution. That might be an enterprise grade solution and we're a company of fifty plus employees and so that the math just won't won't work for us and that's that's is what it is so why go through that linear path of saying okay i've learned every possible nuance of this product and their solution. What the brand stands by. I've went through five of their web and are case studies and so on when in reality it's going to be a three hundred thousand dollar investment and i've got a budget for thirty k. Investment so more often than not. You see that happening. Where users are fast tracking their consumption and then then going up and saying okay. Well if i already figured out that you're probably a good one for me. And i've got like two or three good ones now. I'm going to go up the funnel in terms of discovering learn a little bit more about your products and your features and maybe a competitor that also uses you and that's a great example of this mindset of saying oh i'm going to walk this user through this perfect funnel and we're going to tick boxes actually in our marketing automation system saying that the now they've scored and they've escalated. They've actually gone through the stage and they've requested this content so therefore they must be in bottom of funnel and ready to purchase. And that's simply not the case. Unfortunate too i mean. There's massive consultancies the runaround preaching and teaching this and it's a tough one because i think a lot of marketers big been conditioned to think this way but content consumption behavior would say otherwise. It's interesting because i i whenever i'm dealing with the client. We always go through the funnel in the buying journey and the reason prior to that. There's just nothing is it's blank. It's like an empty white right. We're gonna start somewhere. Let's assume that we have people different stages and you need content for each stage of the journey. I think what you're alluding to is that you probably need all of those pieces of the funnel you just need to assume that people are going to enter it at different stages in a non linear fashion and bounce around from top of the funnel middle and i often so i have a diagram. I put together where what i show as. The funnel is actually more like a web. I think what it really looks like is that you have people that are going to enter a different places and they may wind up finding themselves back at the beginning of your fun exactly in more of like a web type format like they came in from the side and it's not. It's not this linear thanks. So that's exactly bad at. Yeah yeah and it's just about also thinking through your content to help create mentioning. The web is perfect. Actually because if you design your content will you can have assets for every step of that journey. But most importantly have those assets interconnected rights whether it's a webinar and you are hosting it in some webinar interface. Deep link inside that interfaces like a little resource area to other content that might be top of funnel content beginning stages of the journey conversely if you created like an e book which is typically associated to top of funnel more awareness and mass volume. Play right creating much inbound volume as possible. Have that have few embedded resources in there. That deep link into bottom of funnel content to thereby. You're creating that web that you just described and not waiting on users to kind of traverse different elements of the web. You're kind of giving them the the The silk if you will within the web to kind of connect themselves to those various elements under percent accents. Yeah so last thing. I want to talk about with regard to the The report is And how long have you been doing the report you personally like. How long have you been involved with it since two thousand eighteen. Two thousand eighteen okay. So you've you've down this road before a number of times so let me ask you this this year. Twenty twenty one. I think we can all safely assume that we have lived through some unprecedented experiences over the last year. And a half and this is looking at. You know what's gone. On since the beginning of cova dn and you know. I know you really sure. Report the before the touch on that. A little bit What surprised you when you looked at all of this stuff. There there were so much data in there I looked there. And i found a couple things that i found surprising. But i'm curious given your depth in this. What are some some data points that emerged some things. You looked at Well that's interesting. I didn't expect that. What are some of the things for you. I think this might sound a little wishy washy but to me. What's intriguing. Is that yet. There was a twenty two percent increase in content consumption. And i could just stop there and say okay. Well yeah cove. It created a ton of certainty but to me from an aspirational perspective and perhaps emotional perspective. It was incredibly challenging period and arguably still is it was really encouraging actually to see the types of things that were occurring across the platform by users leaning into content to solve human problems. Right this got past just business viability. The scott back to safety and security living another day from that perspective too. And it's yeah it's a bit inspirational to see users in a moment of fear right. I suppose we're always wired as as humans to fight fighter flight and and through content consumption. It's proven that we as a populist chose to fight and that's really encouraging because i suppose there were folks that just hunkered down and said i'm not i'm not going to try to think of anything new or take on anything new and let's just be afraid and and hope that we get through the other side here. The contact consumption data that we report upon says the otherwise which thought most professionals actually leaned into content to learn and distill knowledge that they could apply through this incredibly tough time. There's a ton of other nuggets. That are interesting in terms of formats. Exploding like webinars they. They went off the charts massive growth especially on demand webinars..

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"fortino  " Discussed on Shareable

Shareable

05:32 min | 1 year ago

"fortino " Discussed on Shareable

"Hey thanks just want to check. I wanna make sure you've had a chance to check out the report and it's like literally minutes ago. I registered for this. I know nothing about your content. I have not read it. I don't plan on getting into it yet and right off the bat. You're kind of starting off on not only the wrong foot. But it's a bit tone deaf right. People are were all busy and so the likelihood you think of this as an user that someone's just gonna sit down and read your fifty page report like ours instantly. It's foolish right. That's not going to be the case. There's a million things that they've gotta do. They probably won't even read the whole thing. And so that gets you the need to really of create content. That's nicely predict using many other references. Out here atomised content around trying to break things down. Make it bite. Packaged and even distill some of that. Larger asset like our report. Break that down into kind of micro reports and things like that for quicker consumption. But yeah if you ignore that reality. You're starting off on the wrong foot and really leading from really poor impression. I would say of your brand because you're not paying attention to users needs and or the realities of how users behave content. It's not to say that you can't reach out immediately. It's just the context of that initial reaching out. You shouldn't say hey. Thanks for downloading my report. Love to get your thoughts on all of the normal things that you'd probably see from sales. It's another thing to say. Hey thanks for downloading this report. There's a ton of great stuff in it if you paid attention to their first party data that they provided to you. Maybe you learned that. They're in a certain industry. Says a sales person. The best thing you can do is say. Hey let's check out thirty thirty seven. I think it's going to be a really good one for you and call attention to snippets of the content or if it's time stamped inside a video that's of particular relevance to that person create that context and say i'll be in touch in a week or so once you've had a chance to get to it if you need thing in the meantime i'm here it's all about being a concierge right being as helpful as possible beating with with value hopeful that that value will translate into trust dig it. Those are some really good insights and ones that i immediately began thinking about the lead. The email marketing automation that comes after the leave magnet. And and if there's that twenty eight hour. And i immediately start doing the math in my head thinking about like the the time aspect of your report about like the different times of day and things like that. So i think. Or maybe they're downloading at one and then the next day ten am is when they're actually getting to so anyway. Yeah there's a lot there so let me ask you this. So those are a couple of high level things that That people should walk away with. Let's flip that and say what's something that people think is important but that in going through the report you learned. That actually doesn't matter right. Like i think that there's a lot of for years i would get like what's the best time to tweet and i was like. It's kinda like you can look at all these aggregate reporting get a job but like it's going to be different for and everybody else but like here's the general can adjust things like don't worry about it too much. What are some of those things that like you find yourself over and over. Having people say oh they asked this particular question. You're like well. We looked at forty terabytes of data. And that's actually kind of irrelevant. It's a good question You know i. I've often seen a lot of folks struggle with creating content associated to their own funnel. And so if you're follower of the bb industry as a whole and end any be marketing practice whether series decisions and kind of their demand funnel even before that there's always been this association of associated content to the buyer's journey i completely believe in the necessity for content being mapped to discreet problems. And or pain points that users might have in their buyers journey. I do not believe that buyers follow a linear path in their buyers journey. So if you came to us and said and or outside of net line and were running a piece of content that was bottom of funnel content typically bottom of funnel content would be content focused on perhaps vendor comparisons Pricing matrix and feature matrix types types of content could even be maybe like a forest to report things like that where where there's deep analysis going back vendor by vendor comparisons and even a magic quadrant type thing the the challenge with that is that you're entering it with this mindset that users followed this linear path. Saying we'll today. I'm going to go my exploration process of identifying vendors. And tomorrow i'm going to go beyond discovery and start going into deeper learning's and start comparing features. We're often the not and everything that we see. Support style is that it's completely random and it partly is random because of urgency and so when you've got let's say a directive inside your company from the ceo saying we need to address this point immediately. You're you're bypassing traditional funnel. You're simply going and saying okay. I'm going to find some resource that consolidates. The hundred plus vendors that sell product x. Find the top five pregnant flute. Arpita all five of them and whoever comes back with the best price and the solutions that most appropriately fit my needs..

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"fortino  " Discussed on Shareable

Shareable

06:14 min | 1 year ago

"fortino " Discussed on Shareable

"Annualized license. Were cost per month per seat. Basis this is completely performance based But it's on a cpl or cost per lead basis so unlike running and you had said you'd mentioned your experience with social unlike running paid search and or amplified campaigns with social. Or even maybe an out brainer to boola those are all. Cpc generally you can use cpi as well but both of those models although good at creating exposure and that could be a goal of yours. It's just not a goal of ours from a company perspective our goals to deliver first party data. That users have provided. And this gets to your second point. Which is you. Put your content out. There are system has an algorithm audience. Target it distilling this into a really simple perspective. It's nothing more than one one matchmaker. It's taking first party. Data that users have already provided to us so where they work their company name their company industries sub industry job level job function job area matches that to their content consumption behavior and tries to bubble up content that we feel not only is relevant to who they are as a professional but most importantly gets to your filter requirements as a client. And so when you're talking about getting leads that match the criteria that you desired and also having rich data sets it's because of that match making process that we're able to say okay out of all of these audiences it's not about targeting a group of people who think are i don't know it it decision makers it's definitively targeting it decision makers in specific sized companies in certain industries and so on as a customer experience that you experienced those are the only leads they receive so unlike traditional. I don't know if we're going back to your search example you're paying for traffic and hoping that those users net out into a lead in this case it's the opposite you don't pay for traffic you're paying for leads that definitively match your criteria you decide that criteria is in the interface and That's it so it's yeah. It's if bid up upside down model for people who come from paid social and or paid search where the onus is really on you to drive that final element of the pipeline. Where it's a were the funnel whereby you're buying traffic you've modeled everything out and you're trying to get to a lead ours is kind of saying well. You're starting point with nightline is getting elite user. she's definitively engaged with your content provided data which is fully permission for you to then take forward so glad that experience when i first heard about it before we had run a test or whatever I very much was like okay. What's the catch Because it definitely sounds a little nutty so just for the b. two b. marketers listening right now. I would strongly suggest checkout line. This is not in any way a commercial for atlanta in. Bring david onset. I can pitch net liners that he could like. I've just legitimately had a good experience about it. And we're gonna talk about the twenty twenty one st of bb content consumption demand report. That just came out. They do this annual report. And what you guys put into. It is like absolutely mind. Boggling was like forty pedal. bytes of data was analyzed. To like come up with all of these insights says. We're gonna talk about today. But i didn't want to neglect to kind of give people. The context of what this platform is what it does. And why it's credible to listen to what the heck you guys have to actually say about it because it legitimately works and We i've kind of taken to the posture of if i have a client instead of kind of what our original what my original recommendations would often be you know paid search email marketing lead funnels things like and social marketing. I'm now started to go towards like let's come up with a really good lead magnet. Let's net line as your starting point which generate some leads to start with and then let's integrate that in with a more holistic large-scale campaign that includes awareness you know consideration part of the funnel etcetera but like if like the goal is like we need to get leads now like it. It's just such a great platform that you guys have so just wanted to give you that shutout in this kudos but i want to pivot to talking about a number of different things here so the the content consumption demand report is definitely one part of it before we do that. I want to start out on this thing. You've mentioned kind of in in talking you. You've mentioned first party data and third party. I i want to talk about the first party. Data third party data thing for just a few minutes if we could. Because i think it's the sort of thing i've seen it in a lot of your marketing out there like i follow your content out there. I mean i follow john. So i see a lot of your stuff come out and And and i see this this term first party data thrown out there a lot and i think if you're in the inside of the industry you're like a will that make sense. I know what that means chore but for those who were maybe not necessarily like hardcore. Bb marketers they're like learning every trick of the trade and you know in daily but they are in a to b company and they're in the marketing function and it's not quite clear to them. Why the heck it matters first party data versus third party data. What's the difference between the two. Why do i care as kind of the underlying thing let. Let's start with for the company itself marketer. Who's going to be doing marketing. Why should they care about first party. Data versus third party data specifically related to what it means for them as a company. Leave the customer. Aside for the time being we'll get to that but just through the company. Why should marketer. Yeah i mean this is all about. And i even add the component here that you don't have to be a b. marketer to care about this disease appropriate as well first party. Data's about having a direct relationship with an a user that is voluntarily provided their information. And if you've been paying attention to a couple of different things right. There's been a ton of governmental pushback across the entire globe at this point around giving users their rights back around data ownership around targeting data largely. That's because of the misuse of ad tech. Whether you're talking about google and door a global conglomerate and mud of ad tech ecosystem. Everyone's really and unfortunately abused a lot of free tools. That are.

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Noel Acciari gets hat trick as Panthers beat Predators 6-2

AP News Radio

00:40 sec | 1 year ago

Noel Acciari gets hat trick as Panthers beat Predators 6-2

"The Florida Panthers continued their dominance over the Nashville predators knocking off their central division foes six to two national said they wanted better starts and they got it after ten minutes budding superstar Elly Tobin had scored on the power play and it held Florida without a single shot on goal but that's where it ended as the Panthers would score six of the next seven goals including a hat trick by Noel Acciari in route to the dominating victory that comes in bunches sometimes and I happen to get through the night and you know just open that I can continue with that game and try to help out the team whether it's getting getting on the border you know just blocking a shot Florida improved to fifteen four and four while national drops to ten Fortino Jeremy kick over Nashville

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Barbara Fortini on Genomic Data Analytics

DNA Today

04:46 min | 1 year ago

Barbara Fortini on Genomic Data Analytics

"Hello you're listening to dna today or watching your on youtube. We are genetics. Podcast and radio. Show i'm your host cured mean. I am also a certified genetic counselor practicing in the prenatal space so on this show explorer genetics impact on our health through conversations leaders in genetics. Today we have someone from kgi. She's the program director for the masters of science in their human genetics and genomic data analytics program. Her name is dr barbara for teeny so again. She's from the keck graduate institute. She also teaches their masters of science for genetic counseling students. So thank you so much for coming on the show today. Thank you so much for having me. So we're gonna be diving into talking about career options outside of genetic counseling. Which is maybe a shock for some people because we talk about genetic counseling so much on the show. We need to widen the scope a little bit. So we're going to be focusing on genomic data analytics. So can you give us a sense of what this field is for people that have never heard of this before sure and i hope no one's ever heard of it before because we just kind of had to make up a name a few years ago when we went to start this program. A genetic. Counseling is very visible patient facing side of the genetics medical system. But between when genetic counselor gets a test result and goes to tell a patient whether it and what it means for their family there are a lot of people that help generate that results from the companies who are designing the genetic tests in deciding. What gene's gone panels to the actual scientists who are interpreting results to write a report that puts it all into perspective and even further back to the researchers who are discovering the gene disease connections. That then we can use to help support our patients and so from all of those levels from the basic science of what's going on to the practical matter of getting results that can be delivered to a patient. there are scientists working at every step of that process. So there's so much in genetics. I think as we were talking a little bit before we started recording here that people are probably familiar with janet counselors if they listen to this show before tuning and now they've probably heard of people working on the bench so wet lab and actually being a researcher and hearing about doctors and nurses. But there's this whole other side of genetics that you're talking about a figuring out all of the testing and figuring out what is as you set included on panels. We find genetic change. What does that change mean in coming up with all this information and so one of the buzzwords around this and even outside of healthcare is big data. So can you break down. What big data is and you know for focusing on the genetic side. I think big data means a lot of different things to a lot of people. I think there are two main aspects of big data in genetics. The first is the big data on a person scale. So for any person we can look at their whole genome sequence. So that's the massive amount of instructions that are in every cell and then you can even add on top of that like testing results. Mri results fina types. And so trying to integrate that into a picture of what's going on inside. A person involves a lot of data manipulation on the other side. we have the population scale. We have whole genome sequencing for the population which were trying to do with the all of us program but we also have gino typing data which is just looking at a selection of places in the genome so we can do that a lot easier. So we've done it on a lot more people and then using that to understand the population not makes one person sick but what makes some people sick versus others and so both of those scales use genetic data in different ways and i think the one thing that really brings together. The buzzword of big data is just the fact that you cannot analyze it by hand. There's not one person sitting there looking at gel and saying like okay. This is what's going on. You have to us by our maddix tools. You have to maybe use a i help. See things that human pattern recognition can't see. And so it's using the tools to understand the data in a way that kind of transcends what we used to be able to do by just looking at you know maybe sequencing one gene or even doing just like restriction fragment polymorphisms. You know that you could interpret on a scale of researchers looking at one piece of data these days. We have just huge data files. Some of the we can't even open on a standard computer. But we try to use. All that information to distill that down to something actionable for a patient

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"fortino  " Discussed on New Jersey 101.5

New Jersey 101.5

02:11 min | 2 years ago

"fortino " Discussed on New Jersey 101.5

"Compassion and give hope to a family in extreme poverty during cold nineteen give a forty dollar one time get text the word hope to eight three three nine three that's hope to eight three three nine three traffic every fifteen minutes denture Fortino three on New Jersey one one point five C. one one point five it's the weather quite warm and humid for now but we are looking for cooler less humid times ahead by the end of the week by Friday into the weekend clear warning given tonight lows around seventy degrees quite warm and humid as we have for Wednesday a chance of a late day shower or thunderstorm high back in the mid eighties Hey look at the Thursday rain looks likely mostly cloudy skies highs in the low eighties sunshine on Friday not quite as humid highs in the low to mid eighties expected for the end of the week I'm meteorologist parts of it we have Jack seventy eight degrees in Ocean City seventy nine degrees in Hillsboro seventy eight degrees up or free all fast track against in weather every fifteen minutes on New Jersey one oh oh boy that I got to play this insurance ever bring this down on his bed to be one hell of an excellent adventure that's all going to say by the way J. one one five dot com we got the update on David Brian I was doing with the coronavirus Punjabi keyboard is a great guy this is Chris import reading what's happening get up where does he work don't worry not all but you are when you get back what is the worst but while what makes a movie like times three can be lethal weapon Lucifer I'm a big recollected fan you know what yes the first one maybe the second I'll give you a but after that it might give it a read go to bed with ones with Pepsi like when not because leave the weapon foraging was completely over done but wasn't like he was when she got was he in it yes he got from a roller right they're all great but come out after the second one they they they really just credit out too much and they got away with it they got away with it it was a great movie was a hit when they hit the movies we're drinking the movies when they go out there but you know what.

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"fortino  " Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

01:55 min | 2 years ago

"fortino " Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"Of traffic and weather together comes your way every ten minutes let's get right to it Laurie Grandy watching the Subaru retailers of New England all wheel drive traffic on the threes J. B. first off of the commuter rail the Fitchburg but I've been having some problems here this morning this is on the outbound side coming out of your station train Fortino one is running behind about twenty minutes because of let's see if it's because train traffic caused by the arrival of the late inbound train see what happens is that domino effect just one after the other all right so what happens now is we have delays on ninety five north on this is due to work crews in Attleboro by route one twenty three they're also set up on route one north bound by ninety nine in Saugus the right hand lane closed off their it is causing delays and route one southbound at the Linfield tunnel traffic stop and go from the Jack Canalys the road narrow down to one lane right and center lanes are closed to get way over to left hands out more to the left hand side that's gonna go until about two thirty this afternoon four ninety five north bound expect delays approaching a right lane worker by route fifty eight in Wareham we have some delays now there's a crash this is ninety five north bound at one twenty eight all right bye Matt the mass pike this is the offer from one twenty eight to the mass pike in Weston we're seeing delays on that ramp right there heading toward the pike eastbound so watch out for that slow down also keep in mind workers are set up on route one north bound in Danvers approaching the firm Crawford read ninety three southbound between Montville lab in Park Street in Stoneham Tory grandee WBZ's traffic on the threes the warm in Boston though not as nice as yesterday let's check in on the four day WBZ accu weather forecast here's meteorologist dean devore in I just handed to Jason if you know the the the copy here that's gonna you know it's gonna talk about there's areas that are going to be nice Jeff it's just not the city annex right along the north shore and open those northern tier counties in Massachusetts in terms of seeing some sunshine in those areas I think it up in the low to mid eighties now from the city the mass pike southward.

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Toppin scores 28 as No. 5 Dayton cruises past Duquesne 80-70

AP News Radio

00:41 sec | 2 years ago

Toppin scores 28 as No. 5 Dayton cruises past Duquesne 80-70

"Fifth ranked Dayton has wanted sixteenth in a row the fires dominating in the second half in route to an eighty to seventy win over Duquesne sophomore forward obi Toppin led the way with a game high twenty eight points top and becoming the fiftieth player in school history to hit the one thousand point plateau all the credit goes to my teammates just because without them I wouldn't begin in India these points there says that the way they spread the floor and light we we we have a really go office that helps everybody score junior guard Jaylen Crutcher help that was seventeen all after intermission down at the half for just the second time the flyers outscored the dukes thirty to eleven in the first eleven minutes of the second half date now twenty five in two overall Fortino in A. ten play Ron Friedman Dayton

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Indiana uses late charge to beat No. 11 Michigan State 67-63

AP News Radio

00:40 sec | 2 years ago

Indiana uses late charge to beat No. 11 Michigan State 67-63

"Unranked Indiana held on late for sixty seven sixty three win over number eleven Michigan state the Spartans came back from fifteen down to grab the lead midway into the second half but with less than two minutes to go the Hoosiers win in front and stay there senator Jerry Brown cat fourteen points to lead Indiana up think we have a lot a lot a belief in each other and you know believe in and what we've been doing since we've been here this summer and you know we we were gonna we're gonna quit fighting Cassius Winston let Fortino five Michigan state was seventeen points but took a long time to get going in the first half Indiana has won four of its last five games Tom McCabe Bloomington Indiana

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"fortino  " Discussed on 760 KFMB Radio

760 KFMB Radio

01:58 min | 2 years ago

"fortino " Discussed on 760 KFMB Radio

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"fortino  " Discussed on Talk 1260 KTRC

Talk 1260 KTRC

02:02 min | 3 years ago

"fortino " Discussed on Talk 1260 KTRC

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Kingston, Kevin Fortino And TSA discussed on News, Traffic and Weather

News, Traffic and Weather

01:10 min | 3 years ago

Kingston, Kevin Fortino And TSA discussed on News, Traffic and Weather

"Docks line cutting has become a serious problem in Kingston cued up drivers are blocking driveways and cross streets trooper Kevin Fortino during the summertime is it's it's a lot out of state that are falling GPS that you know think they're making the right turn and and are quickly you know found to be in the wrong spot and that typically it's easily dealt with but he says they've also seen an increase in aggressive drivers who simply don't want to follow the rules so they're adding extra patrols at peak travel times hoping to keep order August expected to be the busiest travel month ever at sea tac airport como su Romero has more on how to get through security faster the transportation security administration expects more than two million people to pass through sea tac this month alone so every second waiting in a security line counts the TSA's Laurie tankers says they still find water bottles hair gel or hairspray over the three point four ounce limit in carry ons that slows the whole process down not only for you as an individual traveller but everybody behind you because then we have our office are doing the back check for something that you knew you shouldn't bring most likely she says if you're not sure don't bring it and also yogurt peanut butter and jelly are also considered liquids by the

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"fortino  " Discussed on KOMO

KOMO

01:46 min | 3 years ago

"fortino " Discussed on KOMO

"You to behave yourself while you're lined up for a fairy flying cutting has become a serious problem at some of the state's ferry docks trooper Kevin Fortino we see a lot of admins we see a lot of Bainbridge island there's there's that Michael Teo I believe has some some cutting issues he says it's especially bad at Kingston where the ferry Q. stretches right through downtown so troopers will be adding extra patrols and even moving the line outside of Kingston to keep order at the admins very Dr F. Pojulu company news sea tac airport is expecting more than two million travelers this month alone so if you don't want to be the one to slow down the security line glory Dacres with the transportation security administration says if you're not sure means you can have something in your hand Kerry just don't bring it so every time someone brings a prohibited item whether it's something like a knife or even a bottle of water that's over that three point four ounce limit it requires a bad check and it takes an average of two minutes per passenger slowing down to the entire line tankers as the TSA also has to dispose of all the water bottles hair gel in cans of hairspray left at the check points and that costs you your tax money armed robberies and drive by shootings violent crimes allegedly done by teenagers in Seattle como su Romero reports police arrested two fourteen year olds and a sixteen year old believed to be responsible for armed robberies and Ballard in Fremont a carjacking and rented and multiple drive by shootings one at home or a seven year old child was hurt mark gar screen with Seattle police says these teenagers were actually known to police before they were arrested but they were not known for this level of violence to us so very quick escalation as we said these are incredibly violent crimes he says police also recovered a gun ammunition and bullet proof vests.

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"fortino  " Discussed on KOMO

KOMO

01:42 min | 3 years ago

"fortino " Discussed on KOMO

"He says police also recovered a gun ammunition and bullet proof vests and the stolen car one of the teens a fourteen year old girl was released the two boys face drive by shooting charges but police believe they may be involved in other violent crimes and expect more charges to be filed suit amero comma news line cutters becoming a big problem for Washington state ferries now that were in the busy summer travel season lines are long and patience is wearing thin and some drivers are ignoring the rules not a good idea says trooper Kevin Fortino heading into the ferry Q. carries a hundred and thirty nine dollar penalty that went up this year and just to keep order they're adding extra patrols during peak travel times get to the troubles we have on the roads now and triple a traffic every ten minutes on the fours marina rock country we've got plenty to talk I do we ever okay so in Tacoma area we've had a big back UP two lanes are still blocked northbound I. five at south forty eight street by the two right lanes are blocked the two left lanes are open and it's solid traffic now out of liquid from state route five twelve as you try to head north bound through the Tacoma area we still stop and go traffic in south center area from earlier problems with expansion joints so that's why it's tough north bound for a five through there we also have a new problem about like terrace northbound I. five at two twenty at stop and go traffic now from the county line up towards the scene the center lane in that area is blocked we also have in the C. tech here eastbound how he five eighteen approaching fifty first there had been a collision there looks like it's gone but it's really slow from north of the north exit Dr and another big issue is in the main town area southbound I. five approaching I exit number ninety five the left lane is blocked we have a three to four mile back up there was pretty serious collision that happened your next come on traffic of four forty four PM where you were gathering more information about that collision will.

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"fortino  " Discussed on KOMO

KOMO

01:31 min | 3 years ago

"fortino " Discussed on KOMO

"Trooper Kevin Fortino we see a lot of admins we see a lot of Bainbridge island there's there's that Michael Teo I believe has some some cutting issues he says it's especially bad at Kingston where the ferry Q. stretches right through downtown so troopers will be adding extra patrols and even moving the line outside of Kingston to keep order but the admins for doctor of postal code news coming up smoking rates going down but the rates of teens vaping going up I'm Carlene Johnson with new information from the American cancer society news time one oh for Tripoli traffic every ten minutes on the force here's marina rock injure well northbound I. five just north of Colombian why a disabled vehicle still taking up those two center lanes so it's solid for mid going filter that's in south bend I buy really crowded from north gate down to run around the ship canal bridge southbound four oh five heavy in Bellevue from northeast dates to Newcastle north on four of five crowded in Renton up through the Oscars towards sunset and we have slowed down south and I five from highway eighteen into five now on ice seven oh five which is in Pierce county area we do have a it looks like the left lane is blocked right near hi five this is the traffic is ready by rocket mortgage by quicken loans there with you every step of the way to provide a seamless mortgage experience visit rocket mortgage dot com license in all fifty states equal housing lender and MLS number thirty thirty your next much traffic at one fourteen an update on our global forecast recess Wayne high temps well into the eighties here on this Thursday again mostly sunny is what we'll call it our forecasting.

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"fortino  " Discussed on KOMO

KOMO

01:32 min | 3 years ago

"fortino " Discussed on KOMO

"Cutters have become a serious problem for Washington state ferries now that we're in the busy summer travel season lines are long patience is wearing thin and some drivers decide to ignore the rules and it's not a good idea according to trooper Kevin Fortino cutting into the ferry Q. carries a hundred and thirty nine dollar penalty that went up this year and just keep order they're adding extra torque patrols during peak travel times coming up after traffic he makes a wish to meet his friendly neighborhood hero I'm Brian Calvert with how this made a difference after over two dozen surgeries an update from arena rock and your what you see well in a tailor about ten minutes ago I told you there was something in the roadway on east on I ninety up front St turns out it looks like it's a large pieces of tired a brief so it's kind of scattered across the two center lanes to some to keep a heads up about north of totem lake southbound four of five of the ramp to one sixty other from one sixty other should say there is a a vehicle that's blocking two left lanes of that ramp from one sixtieth JV LM northbound I. five at Berkeley there is a crash partially blocking the exit from northbound I. five to Berkeley in in federal way there's a military vehicles not blocking it's on the right shoulder but a little bit of a distraction right near south three seventy fifth on northbound I. five there's a good traffic is ready by rocket mortgage by quicken loans there with you every step of the way to provide a seamless mortgage experience visit rocket mortgage dot com licensed in all fifty states equal housing lender and MLS number thirty thirty your next come much traffic at twelve forty four Kamal forecast comes from south Wayne lovely wait around out this Thursday with high temps well into the eighties were forecasting some cooler conditions.

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"fortino  " Discussed on Talk 1260 KTRC

Talk 1260 KTRC

03:20 min | 3 years ago

"fortino " Discussed on Talk 1260 KTRC

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"fortino  " Discussed on Talk 1260 KTRC

Talk 1260 KTRC

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"fortino " Discussed on Talk 1260 KTRC

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