This week’s top social shares includes some bad news for Euro Zone and The New York Times.
Now on to the good stuff.
News looks good for Fireball Whisky. Learn a thing or two about their marketing strategy.
How’s this for serendipity. Last week, I declared Focus is the New Black, and this week I found an ingenious tip to help with focus—the 90/90/1 rule.
From Reuters: Despite price cutting, Euro zone business growth has been slower than expected for October. This puts added pressure on the European Central Bank as it tries to ward off deflation.
This segues into the next story. Europe is also where Fireball Whisky is facing a scandal for containing too much of a chemical found in antifreeze.
The liquor has been experiencing exponential growth.
According to Business Insider, Fireball is close to surpassing Jägermeister as the go-to shot. This is due to some aggressive marketing. Part of Fireball’s marketing campaign includes targeting college towns, enlisting celebrities, and encouraging drinking contests.
Move over 80/20 rule, there’s a new productivity equation in town.
The gist of the 90/90/1 rule is simple: For the next 90 days devote the first 90 minutes of your day to your most important project and nothing else.
Read more about it here in Forbes.
This rule seems simple to implement. Are you willing to take the 90/90/1 challenge?
News doesn’t look good for The New York Times. According to this Forbes article, the company hasn’t recorded consistent profit growth for five years.
Crowdfunding has been growing steadily in recent years, and now Reddit wants to get into the game. Introducing Redditmade.
Intrigued? Readwrite explains how it works.