August Month in a Minute: 10 marketing stories from around the web we think you’ll love




Every day there are more than 3 million blogs posts created, more than 4 million hours of content uploaded to YouTube and well north of 5 billion Google searches. With our Month in a Minute series we save you from the bottomless pit of the Internet and serve you up 10 stories from recent weeks that we think you’ll love.

  1. Online searches for CBD officially surpass Beyoncé and Kim Kardashian 😲
  2. Learn how Mammut identifies and engages with experts by scaling educated recommendations.
  3. Want to meet some inspiring experts? How about the power couple setting their sights on Everest, English Channel and gender equality.
  4. Harvard professor says 95% of purchasing decisions are subconscious.
  5. Think sustainably … 10 apps to cut your carbon footprint.
  6. How the exploding CBD trend is manifesting in the pet industry.
  7. Retail is dying? Tell that to 5.11 Tactical who just opened their 50th retail location (6th this year!). 
  8. 5 fun hunts that everyone should add to their bucket list.
  9. Is Amazon good for small business? A new survey says no.
  10. The North Face unveils global retail strategy with opening of new SoHo location.

Want to stay up to date on the latest industry news throughout the month? Be sure to follow ExpertVoice on LinkedIn.

Written By

Connor Jones , Sr. Manager of PR and Communications

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