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There is little doubt that residential rental sites such as Airbnb, VRBO and HomeAway are disrupting the multi-billion dollar hotel business.
There is still significant debate about the long-term impact of that disruption but if a new study conducted by Hitwise, a division of Connexity, is any indication, these sites are complicating hotels' online efforts.
In fact, in the future, chatbots could be a common way for individuals to interact with healthcare providers.
Wells Fargo's ongoing fraud scandal, which involved the creation of 2m fake accounts by bank employees, demonstrates some of the reasons banks are vulnerable to fintech startups.
But there are lessons that all companies can learn from Wells Fargo's woes. Here are five of them.
For years, many companies have invested heavily in SEO. But when it really comes down to it, is SEO just a crapshoot?
That's a question worth asking following a survey that asked hundreds of respondents to predict which page would rank higher than the other for a variety of keywords.
The result: "most SEOs are no better than a coin-flip at predicting which page will rank better."
One of the biggest challenges facing financial services firms is how they will win over millennials.
That's a huge challenge for brokerage firms specifically, as a recent survey conducted by Bankrate.com found that just one in three millennials has money invested in the stock market.
In an effort to get more of its customers to use its digital banking features, JPMorgan Chase is getting into the influencer marketing act.
The bank, the largest in the US, has tapped the Holderness Family to create a series of how-to videos designed to help customers take advantage of Chase's mobile and online banking offerings.
WPP's Sir Martin Sorrell believes that when it comes to walled gardens, "the more the merrier." And it looks like he just might get his wish.
That's because throughout the digital economy, walled gardens seem to be sprouting.
Bad news for pharma marketers: Physicians are becoming harder to reach.
According to data from global sales and marketing firm ZS, the number of physicians who will meet with at least 70% of the pharma sales reps who request a meeting has dropped to 44%, down from 46% a year ago and 80% in 2008.
For weeks, rumors have been swirling that Twitter is a buy-out target.
The likelihood of a bidding war fizzled out yesterday after Disney and Google were ruled out as potential buyers, causing Twitter's share price to drop by 20%.
It leaves Salesforce as the most likely buyer, though it could mean that Twitter remains unsold.
The robots are coming for jobs, and many who believe that they're exempt from the much ballyhooed robot job apocalypse might have reason to be far more worried.
That includes marketers.
Goldman Sachs is best known for its investments in the financial markets, but the banking behemoth, which has been around for more than 100 years, is also making investments in digital marketing.
In fact, as the firm's VP of Digital & Social Media Strategy, Kaydee Bridges, revealed to attendees at Advertising Week, Goldman Sachs has created its own in-house studio.
Wells Fargo, one of the largest and most prominent banks in the world, has been embroiled in a scandal in which thousands of its employees apparently engage in fraud.
The company, which was founded in 1852, has already paid $185m in fines over charges that it opened more than 2m deposit and credit accounts without the permission of its customers.
And investors have knocked more than $20bn in value off Wells Fargo's market capitalization.