Why are we not top 3 on Google?

I am amazed by how many people still ask this question. Moreover, I am astonished by how people still get surprised when they learn that Google personalises their search results even when they are logged out or in private browsing mode.

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Is data generated through online a C-level concern?

Very few would argue if I claim that decision-making shall always be relying on facts, information, knowledge and structured data. At the same time, to make decisions based on other than financial data is very uncommon at C-level. I believe that moving forward, your company's executive team needs to start prioritising using data when making decisions.

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A brief digital outlook 2019

This article contains a brief look at the current state of digital and online growth, platform wars, SEO & SEM, the continued rise of video content and other trends and statistics that we think are important going into 2019 and beyond.

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Podcast with HubSpot: Thoughts about the future of online and digital

At the end of last year, on November 22-23, the HubSpot team in Dublin visited us at Zooma, to share their latest news and insights with regards to the future of online and digital.

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Why people attend seminars and keynotes about onlinification and digitalisation!

In recent years, I have had the honour to speak at and moderate many conferences and seminars, both on a national and international level. These seminars often focus on matters dependable on onlinification and digitalisation. And apart from the repetitive themes, I have come to discover two other similarities that I find interesting.

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D-B2B 2018 main takeaways

On October 9 Svensk Digital Handel and partners held its annual Digital B2B seminar in Gothenburg with Anders Björklund, CEO at Zooma, as moderator. Here are some main impressions and takeaways from the day. And at the bottom you find a video clip with Anders.

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A brief digital outlook - what's buzzing and what does it mean?

This article contains a brief look at the current status of AI and bots, voice search and smart speakers, the continued rise of Amazon and some other trends and statistics that we think are interesting going into 2019 and beyond.

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Why doesn't my refrigerator order my food?

Imagine if we had limited opportunities to preserve food. Most of the meat, vegetables and fruits would rot after a couple of days, and we would need to visit the grocery store on a daily basis. Keep in mind that, without any convenient way to preserve food during transportations, the food supply would be limited to the local production. In other words, salmon would most likely only be eaten by Canadians and Norwegians. 

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What mobile apps do 18–34 year olds’ use the most?

If you’re guessing Snapchat, Facebook or Instagram, you’re not the only one. However, according to a recent survey by comScore, none of these is among the top two, and one of them isn’t even in the top ten. Want to know what apps made the list and which is on top? Then let’s get to it!

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Will your company stay relevant in an onlinified and digitalised world?

Last night an old friend called me and asked for advice about his son’s  education. He asked for the most future-proof education. I did not want to tell him what my first thought was. 

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Top 10 takeaways from the 2016 State of Inbound Report

Every year for the last eight years, HubSpot has come out with a report where it has surveyed thousands of marketers and salespeople around the globe about their challenges, priorities, and strategies in marketing and sales. This year is no different and today the 2016 edition of the State of Inbound report is released. If you have enough time and interest, make sure you read the full report. If not, this is our short top 10 takeaways from it. Enjoy!

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How to build competitive advantage in the age of the social product

A couple of years ago there was an article published in Harvard Business Review named The Age of Social Products. It might sound very futuristic, but in fact, already at that time the age of social products was already here. So what is it and how is it transforming the basis of what competitive advantage is?

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Top 10 takeaways from the 2016 Internet Trends Report

Every year, Mary Meeker of venture capital giant Kleiner Perkins Caufield & Byers comes out with a yearly Internet Trends Report. On June 1st it was time for the 2016 edition and if you want a good read for the summer holidays enjoy the full 213 pages. If not, this is our short top 10 takeaways from it. Enjoy!

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Everything that can be sold online eventually will be – the proof is in the numbers

Predicting the future is always a risky thing so the above statement is a bold one to make. However, in this case I like my odds. There is both a philosophical conviction and statistical proof, and contrary thinking will probably end up as wishful thinking. So, read this article and be inspired to unleash your online business.

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What is Internet of Things and why is it important?

The Internet of Things (IoT), is defined as the network of physical objects—devices, vehicles, buildings and other items—embedded with electronics, software, sensors, and network connectivity that enables these objects to collect and exchange data. Almost regardless of industry, IoT is predicted to be the single most important factor impacting fundamental business logic in the coming decades. 

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