Early Thanksgiving/Black Friday Data Reports Suggest Strong Retail Sales

Thanksgiving has passed and the holiday shopping season has officially begun. Though many consumers started shopping earlier in the month, Thanksgiving and Black Friday sales are some of the first indications of how retailers will fare this holiday season. The reports and analyses are still being produced, but initial figures on Thanksgiving and Black Friday sales are encouraging.

According to the annual International Council of Shopping Centers (ICSC) Thanksgiving Weekend Shopping Report, more than 145 million adults spent time at malls and shopping centers and estimated spending, on average, $377.50. In addition to all the gift buying, venues for dining and entertainment also benefited from an added $78.70 in sales per adult.

The vast majority of consumers (87 percent) shoppers took advantage of in-store and online purchasing on Thanksgiving and Black Friday. Not only were there a lot of people shopping, nearly three out of four (74 percent) Thanksgiving/Black Friday shoppers spent the same or more than in 2016.

The news was especially good for brick and mortar retailers. ICSC estimates that 75 percent of all spending was captured by retailers with a physical presence. This doesn’t mean that people weren’t shopping online. However, retailers like Walmart, Best Buy and other physical stores with online components fared better their online-only competitors.

The data clearly shows the benefits of having an online store for small business owners with a physical location. While it may be too late for a business to setup a full ecommerce website from scratch between now and Christmas, there are some things current website owners can do to make their site more appealing to holiday shoppers. For example, having a way to buy online and pick up in-store has extra benefits. The ICSC survey found that 69 percent of those purchasing online and picking up in-store (click & collect) made an additional in store purchase

“Thanksgiving Weekend is a great indicator for what will be a holiday season full of spending, as we are seeing a very positive consumer sentiment and willingness to spend,” said Tom McGee, President and CEO of ICSC. “Shopping centers across the country should feel very optimistic about the season ahead. While the shopping season is longer this year, it’s not coming at the expense of the most popular shopping day of the year.”

Now that Black Friday has passed and Cyber Monday is here, businesses need to finalize their plans for December. It’s important that promotions in December meet the expectations of consumers. The ICSC data suggests that retailers will need to be as generous or more so than they were for Black Friday.

Three out of five (60 percent) consumers anticipate similar deals/promotions to the ones they saw this weekend. And more than one in four (28 percent) consumers said they think the deals/promotions in December will be better than what was found over the past weekend. Only 12 percent of consumers assume that December deals/promotions won’t be as good as the ones they saw on Black Friday.

Since deals and sales are some of the greatest motivators for consumers during the holiday season, business owners need to make sure their site prominently features their best deals and that these are also advertised heavily in search and social media campaigns.

For more recent data about creating a better holiday marketing campaign, read this article on last minute shoppers.

Miramax, Weinstein, Hollywood and Sexual Harassment The number one way to gut-check your company's culture.

The flood of women coming forward in recent weeks to tell their stories of “Me Too” has shed a light on the fact that it’s not only Miramax, Harvey Weinstein, and Hollywood but our country at large that has created a culture of mindlessness when it comes to sexual harassment.

These revelations are raising awareness across the business sector as companies try to make sure they and their employees do not fall prey to a mindless culture.

Brenda’s story.

Brenda was a newly minted VP on her first business trip with Miramax. She had turned in early after dinner as to make a good impression on her boss and fellow employees leaving them in the bar downstairs.

When she woke up to a knock on her hotel room door, the voice on the other side was a familiar one, so she opened it.  

Before she knew what was happening, her boss pushed the door open and threw her on the bed. He pinned her down but was drunk and she managed to wriggle away, locking herself in the adjoining room.

Weeks later her boss had not spoken a word to her about that night. No conversations, no “I’m sorry,” it was business as usual.

When she mustered up the courage to confide in her boss’ boss, he apologized for the unfortunate incident, but he let her know that if she went public, he would deny their conversation ever happened.

I asked Brenda if the fear of it happening again stayed with her while she was at Miramax. She said, “Oh yeah, it wasn’t if, in my mind, it was when. I learned that’s how it was there.”

In business, we talk about culture. It’s a buzzword. How do you create a good, a healthy, a positive, a winning–the adjectives abound followed by the 4, 5 or 6 steps you need to create that culture.

But the culture of your business doesn’t live in your mission statement or in your HR manuals, it’s a living breathing thing. It lives in the decisions you make and in the way you handle people, especially those who have less power.

A culture is a set of set of norms, values, and behaviors of a group. One definition says it’s the way we do things around here. However, if those ideals are left to collect dust in the pages of your mission statement, your mission will get lost.

The biggest reason the culture of a business will fail is mindlessness. When a group or a company of people go mindless, they begin to accept things they would not normally accept under the banner of this is the way it’s done around here, regardless of what it says in the manuals.

In a mindless culture, all manner of bad, unsafe and repugnant behavior can become part of a company’s tacit traditions, including sexual harassment. These behaviors infect and redefine a group’s stated core values.

Mindlessness can become systemic, as employees old and new become acceptant of the prevailing culture that is practiced, not preached.

Brenda experienced the real values held at Miramax. At minimum, her bosses were supporting a culture of mindlessness with respect to women and they expected Brenda to drink the Kool-aid.

The systemic mindlessness of Hollywood is being exposed as scores of actresses are coming forward with remarkably similar stories of sexual abuse.

Many of these women, like Rachel Mcadams, were sent to hotel meetings with predators by their own agents, some of whom were also women, aware of the danger but gave no warning.

In order to weed out systemic mindlessness and any accepted norms that go against their core values, companies need to gut-check their culture.

Introducing mindfulness, the practice of being present and attuning to the people around us can help employers better monitor the direction their company’s culture has taken.

Employees trained in mindfulness are not as susceptible to the priming of a culture, especially if it is wrought with questionable values. Mindfulness practitioners are proving to be more compassionate toward others and are prone to make moral choices.

One surprising study showed that mindful people are less likely to fall prey to the “bystander-effect” and are more likely to speak up when confronted with the suffering of others or injustice.

Some of the old guard in Hollywood has admitted to knowing about the sexual misconduct of Weinstein and others but did nothing. The “bystander-effect” was a key reason so many in Hollywood stayed quiet for so long.

Creating a space that is safe and supportive for employees to speak openly and honestly about their experiences goes a long way toward maintaining a company’s integrity.

While sensitivity training is important, it falls short of creating a culture that is aware, compassionate and attuned to others.

We have an opportunity in this moment to become mindful of how power is wielded and lorded over others. It’s time for a gut-check, not only of our business culture but the culture of our country at large.

Celebrating a Win? Boost Customer Engagement With These 6 Tips

After a big company win, you’re ready to kick back and celebrate. And you should — but not before you spread the word and catapult your news into even more engagement for your brand.

These six entrepreneurs share the creative ways in which they announce company wins. The good news? Your customers are ready to celebrate with you as long as you keep it authentic.

Post a screenshot.

Nothing beats that feeling of genuine excitement when you first receive good news. And you can spread the joy to your audience by making them feel as if they were there, too. Kris Ruby, president of PR firm Ruby Media Group, broadcasts exciting news just as she receives it by sharing screenshots.

“If your company recently won an award or was inducted into an association, post a screenshot on Instagram and Facebook of the email you received with the news,” she says. “This is an authentic way of sharing and makes your audience feel like they are reading the news right alongside you. We have used this tactic with clients and the posts garnered extremely high engagement.”

Tie it to what’s trending.

Brandon Harris, founder of marketing agency NuMedia, knows that a simple way to get your news to trend is to piggyback off of topics that are already trending. In particular, relevant influencers who have a large following are a great resource for spreading the word.

“If you can be creative and tie your news to popular trends, you can win points with your base and trend with the news. If there’s a popular influencer who’s a great fit, have them announce it to their followers,” he says. “Use your news to offer something appealing to your base in celebration to see if you can get a surge in business without devaluing your brand.”

Host a press tour.

“An ‘if you build it, they will come’ strategy can work wonders,” says Aaron Schwartz, co-founder and COO of international shipping company Passport. Whether you travel to another city or stay local, creating a sense of urgency will draw in more press contacts.

“Plan a trip to New York or L.A., or even stay in your hometown. Send a personal email to all of the relevant press you want to target about the news you have to share and let them know that you’re free for one-to-one discussions over a two-day span,” he says. “They’ll be likely to engage given that your story sounds urgent and interesting.”

Create custom celebratory swag.

Your whole office deserves to celebrate after a big company win, and decking them out in commemorative swag is a fun reward. Dan Golden, president of digital marketing agency Be Found Online, finds that offering unique, branded gifts is win-win because it is also an opportunity for employees and followers to engage on social media.

“This year, to celebrate our sixth year in a row on the Inc. 5000 list, we created custom six packs of beer. Everyone in the office got a six pack, and we shared pictures on our social pages and blog,” he says. “It was a funny, engaging and useful way to casually spread the word, and one that reflected our fun culture.”

Have your customers announce it.

John Rampton, founder of scheduling tool Calendar, doesn’t save all the glory for himself — he asks customers to share news on behalf of the company. By empowering your customers as spokespeople, you can create authentic brand ambassadors.

“We’ve made different customers our spokespeople and had them announce it on their social media sites and online platforms,” he says. “We have found that our audience likes to hear what our customers have to say more than the company since that is what companies do all the time. This gets their attention.”

Go live.

“Social is everything these days,” says Suneera Madhani, co-founder and CEO of financial services company Fattmerchant. Take advantage of social media’s ever-growing presence in the lives of your audience by meeting them on a popular platform.

“Creating a live Facebook video or Instagram story allows you to reach your audience in new, innovative ways. Consumers are already spending a lot of time on these platforms,” she says. “Consumers respond to authenticity, so speak from the heart and you’re sure to make an impact. All you need is your iPhone and some genuine excitement.”

5 Things The World's Most Exceptional Thinkers Have in Common

Originals drive creativity, innovation and ultimately change the world. History’s best minds have a lot of things in common. Every great achievement you have heard about or probably used came from exceptional thinking. From Einstein to Jobs, and Musk, here are five things the world’s greatest minds have in common.

1. Exceptional thinkers start their day on purpose

Success can only be achieved by design. Without a plan, you can’t make progress. In as much as original and exceptional thinkers embrace the opportunity to defy convention, they maintain schedules that make it easy for them to get things done.

They do their best work on purpose. Their deliberate actions make the biggest difference in how they achieve their goals, visions, and purpose in life. They value improvement, hence the need to keep schedules that allow them to live in the reality of making progress. Exceptional innovators are constantly fixing and iterating. 

2. Great thinkers look for patterns and connect ideas

The ability to make meaning from unrelated ideas and information is unique. Most innovators are great at it. It’s called Apophenia, the tendency to attribute meaning to perceived connections or patterns between seemingly unrelated things. 

Original thinkers and creative people intentionally look for patterns within their industries and other unrelated industries to be able to spot relationships that others cannot.

After dropping out of school, Steve Jobs wandered into a calligraphy course. It seemed irrelevant at the time, but the design skills he learned were later useful when he built the first Mac Computer. You never know what will be useful ahead of time.

Steve once said, “You can’t connect the dots looking forward; you can only connect them looking backward. So you have to trust that the dots will somehow connect in your future.”

The best minds in the world are great bridging the gap between unrelated concepts and ideas.

3. They value learning 

Curiosity is a big driver of creativity and novelty. Creativity happens when you make the effort to learn or try something new every day. Original thinkers know and understand the importance of connecting ideas, even the most remote ones to create something truly unique. They learn new skills that complement what they do. 

At the age of 14, Leonardo da Vinci began a lengthy apprenticeship with Andrea del Verrocchio, a well-known artist in Florence. He was exposed to a vast range of technical skills including, metalworking, leather arts, carpentry, drawing, painting, and sculpting. He learned a wide breadth of skills. 

If you’re a writer, you could take up photography. Start enhancing your career with the skills that complement it. The connection between ideas doesn’t happen unless you explore it a little.

4. They are insanely curious

Nothing beats a curious mind! Great minds make room for different mental models. They don’t disregard other ideas. They look for meaning in every pursuit. The most innovative and exceptional thinkers in the world are also the most inquisitive among us.The best way to connect dots is to be intellectually curious about the world around you.

F. Scott Fitzgerald, a great American novelist once said, “The test of a first-rate intelligence is the ability to hold two opposing ideas in mind at the same time and still retain the ability to function.” 

Einstein made a profound statement about questioning and staying curious. He once said:

“Don’t think about why you question, simply don’t stop questioning. Don’t worry about what you can’t answer, and don’t try to explain what you can’t know. Curiosity is its own reason. Aren’t you in awe when you contemplate the mysteries of eternity, of life, of the marvelous structure behind reality? And this is the miracle of the human mind — to use its constructions, concepts, and formulas as tools to explain what man sees, feels and touches. Try to comprehend a little more each day. Have holy curiosity.”

Maintain to curious mind to explore and discover amazing ideas, innovations, and products that could spark new concepts for your next big idea. To improve your sense of curiosity, all you have to do is to embrace new ideas and try new things to stimulate your mind and senses.

5. Exceptional minds take productive breaks

According to research, your brain gradually stops registering a sight, sound or feeling if that stimulus remains constant for too long. You lose your focus and your performance on the task declines.

Great thinkers make time on their calendars to think, wander and refresh the brain. You can’t benefit from focused attention for too long. Sustaining attention on a task for an extended period of time can deplete your ability to think and create.

 Successful innovators and original thinkers know the importance of stepping away from projects briefly to re-conceptualize the problem with new perspectives.

Take intentional breaks by going for long walks, meditating, exercise or indulge in daydreaming. It pays to connect with your subconscious.

Every Entrepreneur Should Think More Like a Scientist. Here's How.

Don’t be intimidated by experimentation. Sure, it sounds complicated — test tubes bubbling away in a perfect arrangement while people in lab coats jot down notes. And yes, it can sound expensive — hundreds of man hours, expensive equipment, possibly specialized consultants or labs.

In reality, experimenting isn’t expensive or difficult. Every product-based company and startup should embrace basic research principles, as there are a lot of good cues that businesses can take from researchers working in the hard sciences. Here are a few basic (and proven!) principles to start with:

1. Have a product hypothesis.

You may have learned it in elementary school, but having a working hypothesis is a bit harder than it seems. Say you’re a product developer and you have a technology for smarter, faster bluetooth connections. Your first instinct will be to explore all of the applications of that sweet new technology and look for the most useful and profitable ones.

But before you begin, bring a hypothesis to the table. Exploring a ton of information without a grounding research question or theory can make it difficult to know if you did a good job, or even when you should stop exploring.

A hypothesis is an essential rudder when looking for your best course of action. Make a statement that can be proven or disproven, and before you start your experiment – make sure either answer would provide valuable next steps for the team.

2. Search wide, then dive deep.

Before you invest a lot of time in a single area — say, heavily targeting a specific audience or adding a specific set of features — it’s critical to know you’re on the right path. One of the most common mistakes I see people make: Their intuition kicks in and they go with their first idea, then only explore that option.

Take a large set of options, be they design decisions or market strategies, then test them against some of the best criteria you can measure. Then, and only then, will you have the confidence that an experiment is working or not.

In our hypothetical super-bluetooth example, we would pick a criteria like potential market size, then consider different industries like medical devices and consumer electronics against each other. We may all emphatically believe that the applications for smartphones will make consumer electronics the true winner, but we won’t know until we explore how exactly how many pacemakers or hearing aids need our super-bluetooth.

After testing a broad set of options, you’ll be left with a smaller and more manageable set of categories to explore in order to move your project forward.

3. Fail hard and often.

If you’re approaching decisions and problems with a hypothesis, then doing a fair and rigorous job at testing them, at some point you should find yourself disproving an assumption — being wrong. This is essential to a good experiment; it proves you’re serious about finding the right answer and not validating your own assumptions into an echo chamber.

If you’re just dipping your toes, it won’t hurt to go with some relatively binary tests at first, looking at just X and Y. Eventually, a well-designed experiment will test a number of different hypothesis and variables at once, hopefully giving more invalidated assumptions than validated ones as the experiment goes on.

In these cases, being wrong is exceptionally valuable; it closes off a worthless course of action and frees you up to dive deeper on a more valuable one. Once we prove that our super-bluetooth is best suited for the consumer electronics industry, we should feel comfortable being wrong as often as possible when looking for the first devices and applications to pursue first.

There’s a classic quote from inventor-mogul Thomas Edison that gets referenced in these sort of lessons that I’d like to leave you with — here’s the most accurate version I could find, published in American Magazine:

“After we had conducted thousands of experiments on a certain project without solving the problem, one of my associates, after we had conducted the crowning experiment and it had proved a failure, expressed discouragement and disgust over our having failed to find out anything. I cheerily assured him that we had learned something. For we had learned for a certainty that the thing couldn’t be done that way, and that we would have to try some other way.”

Designers, app developers, marketers and business leaders — don’t be afraid to experiment more scientifically. You can apply these techniques to a massive portion of the decisions you make without a lab coat, without big data, and without a big budget.

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Creating A Website

Last month my baseball coach asked the team if any of us new how to make websites. He wanted to build a site to show off the teams statistics. Our coach Larry thought that our site should have full animation so that it could impress site visitors. Even though I can easily create websites, I didn’t want to tell him since I knew it would lead to me doing free labor. My buddy ended up telling the coach that I know how to make websites before I got the chance to tell him to keep quite. This of course led to me having to make the team’s web site.

I knew cheap coach Larry wouldn’t want to pay for a web site or seo services, so I decided to start looking for free sites that I could use. I’d use local Minneapolis seo services to keep seo costs down. Using Blogger I created a site for the team. After showing the site to coach Larry I was kind of embarrassed. Although the coach said he thought it was good, I knew he was lying. I immediately told him that this was just an outline and that the real site would be coming soon.

I went back to the drawing board to think about what kind of platform I could use to make a great site. After searching around the Internet I decided that the best way for me to make a great web site would be for me to use flash. Using this platform I could put in some fully animated graphics. In addition to this I could place in some video highlights of the team. I figured the guys would really love to see some highlight clips of the team on the Internet.

After searching through the web I found an organization that hosted free flash sites. It only took me a few minutes to sign up and take a look at all of the functions of the site. This site was just what I needed. Although I ended up devoting an additional two weeks to the site I am very happy with the new look. After seeing the look the coach gave my new site, I knew it was good. Using Surge Seo we got the site ranked in the search engines.

The rest of the team loved the site as well and Jack’s dad even asked me to make a site for him. Even though he has offered me money I’ll probably do it for free.

Choosing Your Own Web Hosting

Websites are easy to build. In exchange for including the company’s name in your site address, many hosting companies are letting to use their server space for free. Take a moment to ponder this. How many blogs or websites have a URL made of something like companyname.username.com? Paying for web hosting is the best option for people who are really serious about their website projects. Getting hosting for your project is the best way to keep your options open. Every company that provides hosting is unique! Choosing your hosting is a decision that needs to be taken seriously. Here are some ways to make your choice easier.

Some people opt for hosting packages. Before you buy hosting, you usually have to buy a domain name so the hosting has something to point to. Some providers offer domain name services as well as hosting. Instead of spreading your money around, give it all to a company like GoDaddy, which offers lots of different package deals for web developers to choose from. It is simply easier to get all of your services through a single company. Dealing with one company means that you will always have easy access to help features on your various services. Solving issues with your website is harder when you use different companies for different services.

Look at all of your options for customer service. A company that is legitimate will have live customer service agents that you can talk to when you need help. Call the number provided by the company and see what the customers service agents are like. If the customer service agents are good they will be able to help you solve your problem, no matter what kind of problem you ask them about. If the agents simply transfer you to each other over and over again until you hang up, move on to the next company that you want to explore. It is possible that an agent has a bad day so call back a couple of times to make sure that this was not the case on your first attempt if that call went badly. Another popular customer service option is live chatting. If you would rather do anything than talk to a customer service agent on the phone, look for companies that offer live chat for customer service. If the only way of getting help with a problem is by consulting a FAQ page or chat bot, you should move on to the other companies that you are considering.

Ask around and get reviews from the web builders that you trust. It is easy to fake a good review on a website so if you want to get information that you can trust, ask your site developer friends which hosting company they like best. Don’t be afraid to ask for help; most website owners are happy to help new site builders decide which hosting options are best for them. Some site builders are even generous enough to offer to host your project for you while you investigate other hosting avenues. There are many site builders who earn money by selling server space on their accounts for small fees. If you want to explore this option find a site owner you already admire and trust and buy space from them.

You have many different ways of deciding whether or not to do business with a specific web hosting company. Finding companies to use for hosting is as easy as doing some simple research. Subject each company on your “potential hosting” list to strict scrutiny. You can’t ever be too thorough!

Author bio: Steve Geiger writes as a hobby and maintains websites for log cabin furniture featuring log bed.

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Free article marketing becomes possible because web directories use advertising to make money. Google Adsense has given many people the chance to make money by displaying ads on the pages that also provide lots of niche articles. By targeting a vertical market sector, businesses function within niches where they manage to make money. The advantages that result from free article marketing are relevant for web developers: links and the traffic they bring represent the big prize at stake. A big mistake that online business owners make is to get exposure with all the directories without checking their nature first. It takes quite a while to provide original content to submit to all directories around the web.

If the directories have a good reputation with Google, then, you should focus on those to support your free article marketing. Thus, once the material becomes available, you can move on and see what page rank article directories and niches have with Google. Some have a better reputation than others, and you can even find top lists with the best 25 article directories available Free article marketing has a certain risk of spamming, because search engines often ban too insistent yet irrelevant content. Free article marketing is in fact considered a major source for spamming, and it is not uncommon to come across it in all sorts of contexts.

To be entirely truthful, free article marketing carries lots of shades and not all of them are positive. You will not get great wealth overnight, and you should not eve expect it. Better try to work in honest conditions, doing your best to create valuable informative content. This should be submitted to directories with SEO Link Vine afterwards so that you can actually start to improve traffic and page ranking gradually. Results come with hard work, even if free article marketing saves you the advertising costs. There are other things to invest into when it comes to such businesses.

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