By John E. Bredehoft
BredemarketDec 09, 2020
Think About Privacy
Four Mini-Case Studies
Belated announcement of Bredemarket’s new direction…and why
I've made a lot of little changes to Bredemarket...but the big changes are still to come.Bredemarket announcement: discontinuation of editing offerings Why I Raised Bredemarket’s Consulting Package Prices Bredemarket Inland Empire B2B Services: Iterating LinkedIn/Facebook Page/Group Names
In marketing, move quickly
The recent Bredemarket blog post "In marketing, move quickly" highlights several examples of marketers (including myself) who DIDN'T move quickly. I quote one example in this episode.
What happens when proposal evaluators are no longer human, the short audio version
This saves you from having to read the entire article on LinkedIn. But if you want to read it anyway (estimated reading time 9 minutes), click here.
My oft-neglected mailing list
A major intrusion of reality
Bredemarket usually doesn't talk about current holidays or events, but I made a brief exception in the third post of my four post series on Bredemarket proposal services.
My oft-neglected podcast.
Service woes resolved
I finally figured out my problems in accessing a service.
Repurposing a "locals only" blog post
Someday my prints will come
The 28th parallel
I'm an APMP member. So what?
In case you haven't heard, I've joined the Association of Proposal Management Professionals for a third time. This will benefit Bredemarket clients, even those who DON'T use Bredemarket for proposal services. For more details, please read https://bredemarket.com/2021/07/22/i-just-re-rejoined-the-association-of-proposal-management-professionals-so-what/.
Why is johnebredehoft on Clubhouse?
How livescan fingerprinting enrollment service providers win business
A very casual view of the state of the biometric industry
The title sounds impressive - THE STATE OF THE BIOMETRIC INDUSTRY - but trust me, this is a VERY casual view of what's going on right now.
Well qualified to represent your company
Summer is here, but are your people here? Bredemarket can help fill summertime gaps. https://bredemarket.com/summer/
Summer. Bredemarket can't please everyone.
All clear for an IPO
An IPO that took longer than expected, since the investors bought the assets of the company Clear eleven years ago.
Naming a potential Bredemarket premium service
If I pursue my idea of creating a Bredemarket premium service (to take advantage of my status as a biometric proposal writing expert and a biometric content marketing expert)...what should I name the premium service?
Patience (the expurgated version)
Three vaccination certificate options affecting the European Union
Advance notice at some topics I plan to explore on the Bredemarket blog regarding vaccination certificate initiatives from WHO (Smart Vaccination Certificate), ICAO (Visible Digital Seal), and the EU (Digital Green Certificate / EU Green Pass). These three initiatives were discussed by Pavlina Navratilova of IDEMIA in today's ID4Africa webinar.
Microcast for the masses
Announcing the Bredemarket Facebook groups
Timed Twitter chats
Timed Twitter chats are a thing, according to Elena Salazar. For more information, see my Bredemarket post on engaging tweets.
The benefits of mobile driver's licenses
Two benefits of mobile driver's licenses (mDLs), taken from my post "The infancy of mobile driver's licenses."
Link existing WordPress and existing Anchor? Not yet.
I discovered something when reading the instructions to link WordPress blogs and Anchor podcasts, which make the service unusable to me, at least for now.
Taking an active role in managing your Microsoft Word settings
Microsoft Word's Editor has a lot of settings. I didn't set one of them. I was too passive, I guess.
About "Chart to Heart"
John Henry Scott just announced a new podcast. I wanted to explain why this is important.
Goal revision and realization
I revised the Bredemarket goals for 2021, and soon plan to announce something regarding goal number 2.
One takeaway from the #EconContactlessWorld Digital Identity Conference
Regarding the online conference A Whole New (Contactless) World, The Rise of Digital Identity.
Removing very old personal data
Regarding a comment made on this post on the Bredemarket LinkedIn page.
(And I challenge YOU to correctly say the word "reasonableness" before 7:00 in the morning.)
Ah, display issues...
From red to purple, and other California #covid19 changes
11 California counties have moved to more restrictive #covid19 tiers. See https://www.sfgate.com/bayarea/article/California-tier-update-counties-fall-back-15716829.php for the full list.
This article suggested that businesses hire a specialized sub-contracting agency to avoid problems with overstaffing and understaffing. I agreed with the suggestion...mostly...and ended up writing a blog post about it. This podcast covers what the original article said.
Welcome, IBM. Seriously.
In a recent blog post, I devoted two sentences to Apple's 1981 "Welcome, IBM. Seriously." ad.
It deserves more.
Volley, the app
Something I just learned about.
Five recommendations for remote remote work
About my recent blog post that included five recommendations for remote remote work
While writing my latest blog post, “On Social Distancing,” I realized one big change from independent contracting.
Sleeping on your work is not sleeping on the job
Today I’m going to talk about a particular practice that I use when I’m writing. Some of my existing clients and some of my former coworkers already know this, and some of my future clients are learning this right now, I guess.
The power to...power
When the urgent crowds out the important
What about the important tasks—the ones that need to get done, but which always get delayed due to the urgent tasks? This is a classic make or buy decision; if you can't make it, buy it.
About my interview in a European publication
I was recently interviewed for an article on freelancing, which was published on the hardcopy edition of the Austrian publication Trend.
Ghost kitchen outsourcing is nothing new
For both business and personal reasons, today promises to be an interesting day.
Works for hire
Works for hire, or works made for hire. These are terms that every independent contractor should know, and that every company hiring an independent contractor should know.
A special episode for Spotify subscribers, with Waylon Jennings' "Do It Again"
This includes an excerpt from the Bredemarket blog post "You go back, Jack, do it again," as well as the Spotify-provided audio for the song. Not Steely Dan's version.
Why the Bredemarket podcast?
Welcome to the Bredemarket podcast!
Bredemarket provides marketing and writing services. This is the first episode of Bredemarket's podcast.