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Archive for February, 2012

Is Traditional Marketing Noisy?

I watched the Oscars last night & I have to say it was huge step up from the train wreck last year.  Billy Crystal is a pro, a veteran, & this was his 9th time hosting.  He was funny, clever, witty, & a joy to watch as always.  So how does this relate to mObile […]

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Is Mobile Confusing You?

Does the thought of buying a smart phone these days confuse you? What should I get 3G? 4G? 4G LTE?! If you felt like you did when Facebook & Twitter first came out, then no doubt you as a business owner will be confused as to what kind of mobile marketing you should do.  Fortunately, […]

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Mobile Search Soars With Sum Luv From Cupid

If you missed it on Valentines Day, there was a match made in heaven, Cupid & Google!  For those of you that planned your reservations & flowers, & candy, & special gifts of “I Love You’s”, kudos!  For everyone else…cue up the Smart Phone funky boogie music!  (bow wow chicka wow wow)  Wait, I think […]

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Originally posted on Networking That Works:
If you are terrible at remember names, you are not alone. There are millions of people who cannot remember names, even if you just told it to them. My best friend in the world is one of the worst at remembering names, but he was able to get over…

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Why You Might Not Need A Mobile App

Why You Might Not Need A Mobile App Did he really just say that?  This dude is all about Mobile Marketing & he’s saying don’t build an App?  That’s right I said it.  If you keep reading…I’ll explain why, I promise. This post is about why you or your company might not need a Mobile […]

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Originally posted on The Mobile Marketer:
comScore’s latest quarterly mobile lens report was recently published. The report showed that texting is still the dominant content usage across all phones (both smart and feature phones) in the U.S. at 71.8%. In fact texting actually increased from July 2011 to October 2011 by 1.8%. Web browsing was…

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Mobile Ready Websites

Mobile Ready Websites As of June 2010, there are 264.5 million data-capable wireless devices, including 61.2 million smart phones or wireless-enabled PDAs in the United States. Microsoft estimates that by 2014, mobile internet usage will overtake desktop internet usage.  Yet less than 1% of all businesses have a mobile-ready website.  Chances are pretty high that […]

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Droppin’ The Ball, Droppin’ The Ball…

Picture Source So today, I’d like to reiterate about how the Advertising/Marketing Industry dropped the ball during Superbowl 46.  I know I know, I already talked about this, but this is coming from someone else…again!  So now we’re gonna have 3 different opinions that have come to the same conclusion.  I referenced April Lynne Scott’s […]

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Just Couldn’t Pick It Any Better!

Just Couldn’t Pick It Any Better! Well, I picked the G-men to win, and yes I was right!  Apparently, Rush Limbaugh picked someone or something else! (Btw, Steven Tyler looks so devastated here, could it be because of the Giants triumphant stomp?) With all that aside, I’d like to say first…I was disappointed.  Not in […]

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Superbowl Is Now 4G LTE?!

Superbowl Is Now 4G LTE?! Craig Lloyd from Techerator writes: [To handle the inevitable high demand of cellular data traffic, Verizon will be setting up three cell-on-wheels (COWs), as they’re called, in extremely high-demand areas around the stadium. There will also be 400 3G and 4G LTE antennas spread out throughout the inside of the stadium, as well […]

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