Craig Bailey

CEO @ XEN

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Craig Bailey

2 days ago

Next time you get a scam do this.

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Facebook Video Engagement: What We Learned From Analyzing 100 Million Videos

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Sumo Growth Study: How Slack Generates 100,000,000 Website Visitors Per Month

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25 Google Analytics Tips To Cut Your Mistakes In Half

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4 days ago

Why Facts Don’t Change Our Minds

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4 days ago

I Tried Emailing Like A CEO And Quite Frankly, It Made My Life Better

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4 days ago

We’re All Innocently Out of Touch

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4 days ago

Really got me thinking about how I need to better organise my schedule

Maker vs. Manager: How Your Schedule Can Make or Break You

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Amazon and Google now lead two key martech categories as vertical competition heats up

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4 days ago

Facebook Analytics, the Pixel, and Events

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4 days ago

Super useful - especially the https to http item.

The Complete Guide to Direct Traffic in Google Analytics

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4 days ago

Google officially increases length of snippets in search results

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23 days ago

Realistic and disturbing insights

Left is Right & Up is Down

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58 days ago

The Instagram Marketing Guide That Won’t Make You Sell Your Soul

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58 days ago

You Are the Product

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58 days ago

Using Dual Process Theory for Higher Conversions

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59 days ago

Full(er) House: Exposing high-end poker cheating devices

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66 days ago

'Our minds can be hijacked': the tech insiders who fear a smartphone dystopia

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95 days ago

How to Afford Anything

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95 days ago

In another study, Kross, who outlined his research in the Harvard Business Review, asked people to refer silently to themselves in the second or third person while preparing for a speech and found they were calmer, more confident and performed better on tasks than those who used only first-person words. The results were so profound, wrote Kross, that he now gets his young daughter to speak to herself in the third person when she is distressed.

Why talking to yourself is the first sign of… success

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96 days ago

As with most things, however, reciprocation has a darker side. Just as we tend to reciprocate good behavior, sometimes we also pay back bad deeds. One of the most effective game-theory strategies is tit for tat.

Reciprocation Bias

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96 days ago

Everything is Changing; So Should Antitrust

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100 days ago

Growth Hacking: Strategies & Tactics Learned Studying 77 Hyper-Growth Companies

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102 days ago

We did these 7 things to a SaaS onboarding email sequence, and it tripled paid conversions

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102 days ago

Maybe We All Need a Little Less Balance

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102 days ago

Plan A Full Year of Content With All The Blog Post Ideas You Ever Need

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113 days ago

Sumo Growth Study: How Shopify Increased Revenue 90% in 365 Days

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116 days ago

Forget going viral. Here’s how to create work that lasts forever

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120 days ago

An example: Instead of spending billions of dollars to make train rides shorter — something frustrated commuters would seem likely to prefer — it may be cheaper and more effective just to equip the trains with Wifi. The ride is the same duration but is now more enjoyable.

Sometimes it's smarter to target attitudes, not circumstances.

After watching over 50 TED talks, these insights have stuck with me the most

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120 days ago

What Sets Successful CEOs Apart

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130 days ago

How Filter Bubbles Distort Reality: Everything You Need to Know

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137 days ago

How Soylent Uses Zapier to Automatically Transcribe Phone Calls and Build a Database of Legal Advice

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144 days ago

The surprising number of American adults who think chocolate milk comes from brown cows

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144 days ago

Marketers: This Is Why We Can’t Have Nice Things

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148 days ago

How Doist Makes Remote Work Happen

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148 days ago

Amazon and the "profitless business model" fallacy

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148 days ago

Jefferies gives IBM Watson a Wall Street reality check

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148 days ago

This Is How To Have An Amazing Relationship: 7 Secrets From Research

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149 days ago

The surprising truth about sugar. Here’s everything you need to know about what it does to your body.

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149 days ago

23 Questions to Ask Instead Of “So, What Do You Do?”

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149 days ago

How to Run Email Automation on Less Than $30

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149 days ago

65 best marketing articles of all time (as of 2017)

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150 days ago

Active Listening

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150 days ago

The Rise of the Thought Leader

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168 days ago

This Is How Big Oil Will Die

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168 days ago

4) Actively engage in negative visualization. Spend a few minutes contemplating the annoyances or tragedies of life each day, but finish by acknowledging all of the great things you currently have. This will prepare you for the suffering inherent in life while keeping your heart open enough to receive its most dazzling jewels.

7 Popular “Self-Help Tips” That Are F**king Up Your Life

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180 days ago

17 incredibly useful Amazon products and services you never knew existed

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180 days ago

You Have No Free Will

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180 days ago

These Maps Reveal the Hidden Structures of ‘Choose Your Own Adventure’ Books

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181 days ago

How To Learn In 2 Days What Normally Takes 6 Months

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