It might be too little, too late for BlackBerry, but their latest success (though it has been marred by some scandal) is another example of why exclusivity, even for a short time, is often the best marketing tool available. Their wildly popular instant messaging app,
One of the best ways of connecting with people and building a brand is via social media. The reason that many people do not effectively connect is because they cannot be easily found or recognized on social media.
It seems as if now a day everyone throughout the world has some type of social media account. Facebook. Twitter. MySpace. You name it. Grandmas to young kids now know how to browse through these different sites. But how do we know that the person
The Internet has become the world’s kiosk. For almost 15 years, active listeners have turned to the Internet to find new music. So when a person recommends one of your songs to a friend, he or she can go to a handful of sites with
Facebook has brought out a brilliant new addition to status updates that was desperately needed. Prepare for your news feed to be flooded with emoticons and more than likely irrelevant adjectives.
I found it humorous that Yelp’s stock prices fell after Facebook announced Graph Search. If there’s one thing we’ve learned about Facebook over the years, it’s that the only thing they’ve been able to slay in their various attempts to jump into something was social
The newly re-designed MySpace has been in beta for some time now, which only allowed those who requested access, permission to use it. That is until now. MySpace has gone public, Timberlake Style. It is fully open to everyone, allowing users to sign-up using Twitter,
This is Part 5 in a 5 part series. Please read the previous posts first or none of this will really make any sense. Part I: The Key to Search and Social in 2013 and Beyond Part II: Picking the Power Accounts at Your Dealership
Social networking has become part of world culture in the last decade or so. Facebook currently rules the roost, closing in on one billion users, while others such as Twitter and Google+, with over 100 million users each, are very popular and growing. There is
MySpace is dead and I blame Rupert Murdock. The article can end right there. The point is made and few will argue. Unfortunately, I can’t stop. After doing some research into the history of MySpace I realized something – it’s totally the fault of News