11 B2B Marketing Predictions for 2011
Buzz Marketing for Technology
DECEMBER 8, 2010
Here are 11 concrete ways I think the environment in which B2B Marketers operate will evolve in 2011. Ok yes HTML5 should help this but throw in iPad and various other tablet aps and marketers are starting to look like Technologist which brings me to my next prediction. So that begs the question – what’s on the horizon specifically for B2B Marketers next year? Enjoy! Tweet This!
Using Evernote for Better Time Management
MARCH 8, 2011
have it on my laptop, iPad, and iPhone (it’s available for every smart phone and both Mac and PC). It’s on your phone in Evernote! Took notes at a new business meeting and lost your phone (it happens in Chicago cabs a lot)? And, if you have an iPad, use Reeder for your RSS feeds. said I love it; they both couldn’t understand why. But I’m here now!
Social Sharing – Getting News Content Right in 2011
JANUARY 2, 2011
Take this headline: Social Sharing–How to Get Your News Content Right in 2011 is only 57 characters long. The How to get your news content right in 2011 is hopefully the part that will pique the interest, get PR people to read the post and share it with others. When it is first tweeted it will look like this: Social Sharing – Getting News Content Right in 2011 [link] #PRTips.
Key trends for 2012: Digital Disruption gets Physical
The Way of the Web
DECEMBER 15, 2011
But that was before the iPad started to replace a recipe book on the kitchen counter, next to the internet-connected radio and the smart phone. It’s the trend and prediction season, and there’s one overarching theme which ties together the main three technology trends I believe will break into the mainstream in 2012. Over the past decade we’ve seen a huge amount of disruption triggered by increased internet access – both in terms of speed and availability. We’re already entering the cool celebrity endorsement stage.
Citizen Journalism: Who is a Journalist Today?
OCTOBER 25, 2011
According the 2011 State of the Media report, not only do they want to be able to find it and get it fast, they also want to contribute to, and participate in, reporting the news. What would have taken a crew of at least 3 to 4 to do lighting and sound equipment, as well as post-production and editing can now be done on a smart phone and a laptop. What does that mean?
Is Social Media Forcing Retirement? | Spin Sucks
AUGUST 18, 2010
The new employee showing up at the front door may never have done long-division w/o a calculator; they may use pencils for drawing, but an ipad for note taking; the Voice mail is now a video-mail – it is evolution and those who choose to move forward will be more attractive employers than those that don’t or won’t. They all have smart phones. They do. Alright.