Image via CrunchBase If you’re a business owner and you’ve heard the recent news about Facebook’s attention-grabbing new feature for location-sharing and checkins, you’re probably itching to find out what Facebook Places can do for your business and how it can help you reach out to would-be customers and loyal regulars in your community. While … Continue reading How SMBs Can Start Using Facebook Places Now
Image by jimrenaud via Flickr While the Vikings were sticking it to the Packers on Monday Night Football, Verizon was sticking it to Apple and AT&T in the only way they really could; on the issue of reliability and connectivity... Recently, I had the chance to use both my BlackBerry Curve and an iPhone 3Gs … Continue reading “There’s a map for that”
In December of last year, I embarked upon an experiment to see if I could leverage a website with a blog combined with social media tools to increase traffic to a site. In that month, my sandbox site had a grand total of 670 pageviews. In the month that ended yesterday, I had a total … Continue reading Is your website a ‘billboard in the desert’?
I have great hopes for this product, but the experience of this reviewer is not so hot... "Everex's CloudBook aims to one-up the Asus Eee PC with a larger hard drive and a flashy new operating system. Along with our review of the CloudBook, we're taking a closer look by using this new UMPC to … Continue reading CloudBook Product Diary
Social media is a tool that, on the surface, appears to only have use in certain areas- such as simple interpersonal relationships or business-to-consumer marketing. However, experienced users recognize the benefits of social media in establishing and maintaining business-to-business marketing. Those in marketing may claim, “Well, people who are into social media aren’t the audience … Continue reading Social Media and B2B Marketing
"Today, I was firing off a couple of emails when I noticed that the message count in the top corner said, “483 Messages”! I decided enough was enough and began doing some more research into managing my inbox. I checked up on lifehacker.com, 43folders.com, and a few others to see what was going on. One … Continue reading The Working Inbox