End of the American Century

End of the American Century

American Influence. Declining. Tom Dougherty, CEO – Stealing Share 12 October 2017 End of the American Century I was thinking about a book, written by a friend of mine entitled The End of the American Century. The author is Steve Schlossstein (yes indeed 3 Ss),...
The NFL protests by its players risk disaster

The NFL protests by its players risk disaster

The NFL Protests Tom Dougherty, CEO – Stealing Share 25 September 2017 NFL protests. The stakes are high. The NFL protests may be a danger to the US itself. What on earth is going on? Do you disagree with the NFL protests by many of the players? The ones where...
YouTube advertising becoming dangerous

YouTube advertising becoming dangerous

YouTube advertising becoming dangerous Tom Dougherty, CEO – Stealing Share 3 April 2017 Brands risk being associated with questionable content Advertisers caught in the web of offensive online content are hoping Google fixes the problem. Pronto. Otherwise, those...
Facebook lies. Lies, lies and more lies.

Facebook lies. Lies, lies and more lies.

Lies on Facebook Tom Dougherty, CEO – Stealing Share 24 February 2017 Facebook lies. Lies, lies and more lies.  All too often Facebook lies. I’m not talking about the Facebook company. I’m speaking of the content. If you read my blog at all then you...
Fake News. Survivalists. No thank you.

Fake News. Survivalists. No thank you.

Fake News and Survivalists. I’m Scared. Tom Dougherty, CEO – Stealing Share 26 January 2017 Fake News and The End of Everything Survivalists have always seemed on the outside looking in to me. Fake news and alternative facts never seemed really dangerous...
Advertising effectiveness needs a fresh look

Advertising effectiveness needs a fresh look

Losing Advertising Effectiveness Tom Dougherty, CEO – Stealing Share 17 January 2017 Advertising effectiveness needs a fresh look There is a drop in advertising effectiveness today. It’s getting harder and harder to advertise effectively. Not only are there few...
Sponsoring the Today Show and others

Sponsoring the Today Show and others

The Today Show Tom Dougherty, CEO – Stealing Share 20 October 2016 Sponsoring the Today Show and others Advertisers have been scrambling for the last few years to find new channels to reach target audiences. People are cutting the cord, watching TV on streaming...
Facebook Advertising. P&G Failure.

Facebook Advertising. P&G Failure.

Facebook Advertising. P&G Failure. Tom Dougherty, CEO – Stealing Share 11 August 2016 Facebook advertising needs to be more emotional I just read an interesting article in the Wall Street Journal about P&G (the largest advertiser on the globe) and...
Yiannopoulos and Twitter: Where do you stand?

Yiannopoulos and Twitter: Where do you stand?

Twitter is in a difficult spot. It has permanently removed Milo Yiannopoulos, the tech editor of Breitbart, after he sent numerous tweets were inflammatory and, frankly, racist, targeting SNL and Ghostbusters star Leslie Jones. Yiannopoulos had been temporarily...
Facebook as news. Where will it stop?

Facebook as news. Where will it stop?

Do we now view Facebook as news? Is it a news source? After a live, 10-minute video of a police officer shooting a black man (Philando Castile) in Minnesota was posted on Facebook, there is a great deal of chatter about Facebook’s role in news and its responsibility...
Thailand buddhist temple tigers. Stop it.

Thailand buddhist temple tigers. Stop it.

Buddhist Temple Tigers Tom Dougherty, CEO – Stealing Share 2 June 2016 Thailand buddhist temple tigers  Thailand Buddhist Temple Tigers The news about 40 dead tiger cubs at the Thailand Temple makes me cringe. So I ask, what is your personal responsibility in...
The unsuspected Play-Doh goldmine on YouTube

The unsuspected Play-Doh goldmine on YouTube

The unsuspected Play-Doh goldmine on YouTube Tom Dougherty, CEO – Stealing Share 31 May 2016 Yes, Play-Doh is still a thing Here I go again, writing about Play-Doh. As I wrote before, my little granddaughter loves the stuff. She loves it just as much as she does...