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The Strategy Room

Month: January 2013

Bringing Sexy Back to MySpace

MySpace was one of the earliest players in the social media universe, but as savvier rivals such as Facebook rose to prominence, MySpace stagnated, dying the slow, painful death of those who fall behind by standing still. When Justin Timberlake and Specific Media announced they were bringing MySpace back, a collective cringe rolled through the… Continue Reading Bringing Sexy Back to MySpace

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LinkedIn Axing Answers

LinkedIn announced today that it is retiring LinkedIn Answers, a feature that enabled users to ask questions and provide answers in a variety of topic areas. We frequently monitored and participated in the Q&A discussions.  We also regularly passed along relevant opportunities to our clients.  We felt the feature provided real value for professionals seeking… Continue Reading LinkedIn Axing Answers

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Health Care’s Hidden Changes

Not so long ago, I was speaking with a former colleague who served as President Clinton’s domestic policy advisor for health care who worked on Clinton’s health care reform efforts in the early 1990s. In response to a statement about the transformation of health care, he responded (and I’m paraphrasing) “I’m not sure we can… Continue Reading Health Care’s Hidden Changes

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