Five nuggets from the Internet Summit in Raleigh, NC.
There are a slew of Twitter applications out there, but I must proclaim that Twitterfeed is my favorite one so far. I’ve been using it for some marketing engagements recently and have found it to be a very useful tool – one of the few Twitter applications I’ve found with the right mix of simplicity… Continue reading Twitterfeed Rocks
Is Apple Evil? Part Two
Image by Getty Images via Daylife Yes. Apple is evil. That’s right I said it. Despite its cult of worshipers, Apple is the new Microsoft, or better yet, the embodiment of the monopolistic enterprise their 1984 commercial mobilized us against. It’s hard truth for me to come to grips with because Apple still makes great… Continue reading Is Apple Evil? Part Two
Social Media Tool from StumbleUpon is Su.pr
Su.pr promises to save you time and increase your web traffic. Find out why Su.pr is super and learn how to get an account of your own.
Technology Marketers Should Follow Digg's Lead
Marketers of software and technology products and services should take note of Digg’s new advertising platform, Digg Ads. Use what you sell in your own business. Show your tool in action.
Why Negative Online Reviews are Good
When it comes to Web 2.0 and social media, many organizations hate the idea of losing control over what is said about their brand or products. For many years, companies avoided engaging in newer online technologies that facilitate customer feedback in public mediums for this very reason. How could they these mediums, monitor them all,… Continue reading Why Negative Online Reviews are Good
Web 2.0 is Friendlier than Web 1.0
I enjoy Web 2.0 sites like Facebook and Twitter because they foster accountability and positive interactions. Sometime ago, people with cryptic usernames like webspider hid behind anonymity when interacting online. In the Web 2.0 world, people are claiming their identities (which is a great for other reasons given this trend) and using social media sites… Continue reading Web 2.0 is Friendlier than Web 1.0
WordPress came highly recommended by many other bloggers I follow. So I dumped my Blogger account and I’m jumping on the WordPress bandwagon. I hope you enjoy the new look!