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Image via Wikipedia All vendors, heck, EVERYONE needs to rethink the way we interact with customers, especially now that there are 400 million Facebook members, 100 million of which access the service via smartphones... "Traditional Web sites are being replaced by social media and Web 2.0 communities for vendor and partner marketing and sales activities, … Continue reading We have to change the way we deal with ‘partners’
Image via Wikipedia I've been following industry oracle Guy Kawasaki for over 25 years and I agree with him almost all of the time. He was right about the Mac, he's right about Posterous and he's right about Alltop. He's right about so many things. When he speaks, I take notes. This time, however, I … Continue reading Facebook page vs. websites; Guy vs. Todd
The way you do email may be changing... Many of the tasks we’ve traditionally undertaken have been moving over to mobile over the past few years thanks to devices like the iPhone that have shifted our expectations. Email usage is one of those tasks, with email marketing company Campaign Monitor revealing some interesting patterns from … Continue reading Users abandoning desktop email clients for mobile, study reports
Is it possible to love a phone? Oh, yes -- I looove both of these... The Nexus S 4G from Google offers a stripped-down Android experience free from unnecessary pre-installed ‘bloatware’ apps common on many other phones. This highly customizable device is ‘pure Google’ and many Android users will prefer this experience to the bells … Continue reading No new iPhone? No worries with these great Android smartphones
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Google Executive Chairman Eric Schmidt has announced that the search giant will launch its Groupon competitor on Wednesday, starting with Portland. The news that Google is getting into the daily deals space is not a surprise. Google attempted and failed to acquire Groupon for $6 billion last year. A few months later, Mashable exclusively learned … Continue reading Google Launches Its Groupon Competitor Wednesday
That's fairly extensive, but many firms are, at the very least, monitoring some of employees' Internet, phone and email use, especially larger companies and those in sensitive or heavily regulated industries. The market for email monitoring software has grown more than 25% each year since 2008 and is projected to reach $1.23 billion in 2013, … Continue reading 10 Things Your Boss Won’t Tell You
A long time ago during Apple days, I was privileged to work with Nilofer Merchant. She writes here... I believe in the power of stories. Stories are like Maps. They point to directions and paths that we might not have seen if not well marked. I share my stories, and my goal is to enable … Continue reading Why. I. Am. Doing. This.