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15 Awesome Social Media Apps for iPhone

Razor Social

Tweetbot  is an iPhone app for managing Twitter.  It’s really nicely designed and easy to use. It’s $9.99 to buy, which might put some people off, but it is worth it. You kick off the live streaming from your iPhone but then you can switch to various cameras or to a desktop view. You can now build them on your iPhone app! Manage Twitter using Tweetbot.

My Search For An iPhone Alternative

Jason Yormark

About 6 years ago when I was still at Microsoft, I made the jump from whatever Microsoft friendly phone I was using at the time to the iPhone. I was insanely jealous of my Apple fanboy co-worker and his. Let’s be honest, the iPhone was a game changer, and me being the gadget freak, I needed to have one. We’re most likely looking at an iPhone 5s, with incremental changes.

Apple Should Not Buy Twitter

Spin Sucks

I was just reading a GigaOm article titled, “ Should Apple Buy Twitter? But now there is speculation Apple could buy the social networking giant with some of their cash reserves (it’s also said they have so much money, they could buy Facebook and  Research In Motion ). . ” It likely comes as no surprise to you that I’m shocked Twitter is still around.

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4 iPhone Apps for Choosing a Restaurant

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Many apps are being developed for iPhone and other smart phones that can find you restaurants, cafes, and places to shop for something special.  Here are 4 great iPhone apps for choosing a restaurant. Yelp for your iPhone can do these things for you.  In the mood for a taco or an Irish brew?  You can get suggestions for music as well as offers to buy.  French or Chinese? 

Buy Now or Buy Later: the iPhone 6S vs. the 7

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With rumors constantly circulating about new innovations that the company is attempting to incorporate into its flagship product’s design, it seems as though that, even as the new version of the iPhone is released, consumers can’t help but immediately look forward to next one. As is so often the case with new releases, the iPhone 7 offers every benefit of the 6S with just a little bit more.

Savvy Shoppers Use Cell Phones to Make Buying Decisions

Unspoken

Personally, in addition to checking social networks and browsing the web, I use my iPhone for checking the weather, making to-do lists, watching TV, and online banking. In fact, the study showed that 56% of young adults browsed product reviews before buying an item during the recent holiday season. Everywhere you go, people you see are glued to their cell phones. No related posts.

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6 iPhone Accessories for Almost-Professional Photos/Videos

Waxing UnLyrical

Being a non-expert at much of this stuff, I recently got a bee in my bonnet about finding a way to build my own, iPhone-ready DIY photo/video studio, that would let me take/create not great, but good enough visual/multimedia content ( Project 366 is proving to be great testing ground for this). It clips onto your iPhone and gives you the ability to take some really neat photos.

Rumors on Upcoming iPhone 5 and iPad 3

Idaconcpts

iPad 2s and iPhone 4s are flying off shelves, but Apple is not going to leave all of 2011 to two single product releases. This has many specialists asking, when are iPad 3s and iPhone 5s going to be seen on store shelves? Due to a large increase of purchases on top of the generic supplies for the iPhone 4 and iPad 2, it has many people beginning to ask questions and make guesses.

Facebook Opens Doors to Marketplace

SocialTimes Facebook

Over the next few days, users of Facebook’s iPhone and Android applications in the U.S., Users can post items to Marketplace and buy-and-sell groups  simultaneously, and the “Your Items” section in Marketplace allows them to view all current and past transactions, saved items, products posted for sale and messages between buyers and sellers. Decided that you want it? Your Items

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The social media strategy series: Getting Buy In « The Cube

Gemma Went

Skip to content The Cube Home About us Speaking/Training Contact us Pitch us Subscribe The social media strategy series: Getting Buy In 28/07/2010 tags: social media business case , social media buy in , social media strategy by Gemma Went Photo by by renaissancechambara Welcome back to the second in my social media strategy series. This, my friends, is the tricky part. Twitter?

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Apple iPhone Doesn’t Recognize New gTLD Domain Names

Bill Hartzer

Now today I have discovered that Apple’s iPhone email does not recognize the new gTLDs, as well. IPhone email doesn't recognize gtlds either. wanted to see if the domain names are considered “real” domain names by the Apple iPhone (I am viewing this email via the default mail app on my iPhone). Amazing. pic.twitter.com/H4yivvuAe8. billhartzer.net.

Social Media News Ticker: Facebook Tests ‘Buy’ Button, Twitter Acquires CardSpring

The Realtime Report

Facebook tests new ‘buy’ button for online purchases in U.S. – Facebook is now testing a “buy” button that would allow consumers to purchase products directly from ads on the social network; so far the testing has included “a few small and medium-sized businesses” in the U.S. Reuters). Twitter. Foursquare. YouTube.

7 iPhone Apps To Pick The Best Make-Up

Idaconcpts

only use a small amount, and yet I can’t help but buy more when I see something I like on sale. hate buying foundation. decided to check out their loose powder, as I am always happy to buy more makeup I don’t need. I have a full blown addiction with beauty products, but especially when it comes to cosmetics. love makeup, and my bathroom is a testament to this fact.

Wondering About Google+? Do Me a Favor and Go Buy My New Book.

Stay N' Alive

Go and buy my latest book, Google+ For Dummies, Portable Edition now. In the book, I show how to use the various mobile apps for Android and iPhone, as well as the mobile web. You may have read some of my posts about Google+ wondering what it is. Or, maybe you've tried out the service, and just can't see the point. Whatever your situation, could I ask you a favor?

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Why Nobody Should Buy Digg ?» Techipedia | Tamar Weinberg

Techipedia: Tamar Weinberg

Social Media Consultant and Tech Geek at Heart Home About Press Consulting Contact Sitemap Home > Opinion , Social Media > Why Nobody Should Buy Digg Why Nobody Should Buy Digg by Tamar Weinberg on December 20, 2007 Share It hasn’t even been a week and my once positive outlook of Digg has come to a sour end. Yesterday, Brian Clark over at Copyblogger wrote that Digg is dead.

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Book Review: iPhone Millionaire

SocialFish

This is a guest post from  Michael Rosenblum , author of  iPhone Millionaire. Verdict (Buy, Borrow, Skim, Pass?):  Buy if you’re at all interested in this medium (and don’t have an in-house video department). The arrival of the iPhone has changed everything. However, you may be the first to see whatever it is I end up creating, right here on this blog.

Key To Inbound Marketing: Buy an iPhone

Spin Sucks

Speaking of the latter – helping businesses “get found” – I always say the same thing during each marketing training session: “Buy an iPhone.” I have found the iPhone to be the quintessential gadget for doing your best work in social media. And the iPhone fits the bill, perfectly. What specific apps do you use on your iPhone to drive inbound marketing? Next up?

Lawyers: The World Has Changed, So Have Your Buyers

Myrland Marketing

He is part of a group that conducted extensive research into corporate buying decisions when it comes to legal work. He shared his observation that: “Buyers are getting way more sophisticated in making their buying decisions. “Today, if we buy music AT ALL, we go to iTunes…we rent it from Pandora. Professor David B. We  create play lists. WE RAISE OUR RATES.

New iPhone 5 Released!

The Social Media Incubator

There is exciting news for techies and non-techies alike when it comes to the latest version of the iPhone. According to the San Francisco AP , it is anticipated that the new iPhone 5 will likely go on sale in a week or two. The new iPhone has three microphones instead of two, and comes with a sound enhancement feature. There are many opportunities to transform your organization or support business growth by utilizing iPhone apps to plan, strategize and help users to become more efficient! 30, Apple will sell 8 million to 10 million iPhone 5s.

38+ Cool Social Media and Web Tools and Reviews

Webbiquity SMM

Manage all of your social media accounts from a single login on your iPhone? Cool iPhone Apps. free iPhone app for discovering what events are happening in your area, who you know that’s going to each, browse ideas from nightclubs to museums to movies (along with ratings), connect with others who are attending the same events and share thoughts and photos. PingTags.

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Do you really know your Customers?

Unspoken

Instead of paying less to buy chicken pieces, they may opt for the perceived convenience and health benefits of boneless, skinless chicken breast. If you walk down the street in a city, you may see homeless people using iPhones costing $100-$200 upfront and $40-$50 per month. Most consumers want to make choices, rather than feeling forced to buy a certain product. Consumer Insights Cultural Marketing Abraham Maslow Anthropology Clifford Geertz Cultural anthropology Human iPhone PepsiCo Pernod Ricard What is the number one way to succeed in business? Psychology 101.

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How to Buy Social Media Services: A Survey

Bare Feet Studios

Whether you are a practitioner or a buyer, this information can at least describe the general marketplace for buying social media services. A few points about our respondents, not included below: 54% were from Hawaii; 40% from US Mainland. Are you buying or selling social media services? posted the early data we collected at a public event on this topic. First, A Few Caveats.

The Mobile Gap

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Before I'm interested/buying anything, I'm on my iPhone doing some form of brand reconnaissance. iphone. At what point, do we surrender to reality? In the past few months, way too many brands have been speaking out of both sides of their mouth. One side says this: Native apps are expensive and don't get enough downloads to justify the expense, plus it's super-expensive because you have to develop for Apple , Android , Windows , BlackBerry , etc. It's all so expensive and time consuming. seriously. this is what's what? Consumers have moved on. then come the brands. Sadly.

Bots And The Next Wave Of Marketing

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Chatbots are currently leading this first wave of growth, and many business leaders believe that this is the next generation of conversation and connection (check out this Business Insider article: Evernote founder says he's found the most exciting thing in tech since the iPhone ). TechCrunch recently published an article titled, Facebook's Messenger Bot Store could be the most important launch since the App Store , that stated: "Today, Facebook Messenger has 800 million monthly active users - more than 100 times the number of iPhone owners when Apple launched the App Store.

Are Brands Ready For The Instagram Economy?

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On Instagram, it feels like a discovery because you aren''t there to shop -- but if something catches your eye and it''s available, you''re more likely to buy it." If you''re Apple , you could use a unique Instagram feed just for iPhone cases or one for cables (you get the idea). iphone. iphone case. When you hear the name Instagram , what do you think of? For most brands, when they think of Instagram, three ideas probably enter their noggins: 1. The opportunity to add more pictures to a social media experience (without knowing what the ROI might be). apple.

Mobile Positioning: A Business Must

Webbiquity SMM

Consumers use mobile devices for entertainment, with books, movies, games and videos; to interact with friends and business on social networks, like Facebook and Twitter; and increasingly, to find information and make immediate buying decisions. Focusing on just the iPhone ignores huge sections of your market. Guest post by University Alliance. In fact, by 2015 more U.S. The result?

Online Video Is Just As Expensive As TV Advertising

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Without any data, my gut was telling me that online publishers are keenly aware of the CPMs being coughed up by the major networks, and that they were leveraging their own size and specialty to edge their prices ever-closer to TV in a bid to make a run at more significant advertising budgets. A few weeks ago, Research Brief published a news item, Untargeted Online Tonnage Buys Comparable to Selected TV CPM Norm , that validated this thinking. iphone. You have to wonder just how power online video advertising really is. So, you get targeting, brand awareness and cost savings.

Two Things That Should Rock Your World

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I'm also willing to bet that once we get mobile ubiquity (when we're able to do on mobile what we're doing right now with the browser-based Web) that it's going to make our usage (and this includes buying online and social media) look like a joke in terms of usage and consumption. Then came the iPhone and Android , and today the only reason anyone creates a website is to promote a cool new mobile app. iphone. online buying. Well, is the Web dead? Of course, the Web isn't dead, but it is changing in ways that many of us have (sadly) been ignoring. There will be 41.0

Technology Removes Technology

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What do you make of the meteoric rise of the iPhone and iPad ? As I stood watching the line-up for the iPhone 5 today in a shopping mall, I tried to analyze the people willing to stand there and wait on a Saturday for a smartphone that they could have ordered online, and had it delivered to their work or office in short order. best buy. iphone. iphone 5. Do you?

The Merits Of Reading A Book

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What was the last book that you read? I buy new books all day. read most of my book on my iPhone using the Kindle , iBooks or Kobo app (but, mostly Kindle). iphone. articles blog book bookreading businessbook content distractions enewsletters facebook focus ibooks inofvore iphone kindle kobo magazine mobileapp personaldevelopment reading readingapp stevenpressfield theauthenticswing thenewyorker theresistance twitter writing Literally. haven''t been reading enough books this year. used to read - on average - about a book a week. Sadly. Moving forward. know this.

The New Newer Economy

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No, we're not talking about the latest iPhone from Apple and we're not talking about waiting in line for Star Wars - The Force Awakens (which, by the way, is an incredible movie that I saw at 6:30 am today!). Admittedly, the idea of buying goods at retail, and selling them at a higher markup is nothing new, but there seems to be something else happening here. iphone. brand.

Google's Third Wave Of Innovation

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Is it normal that a search engine is buying up all of the robotics and drone companies? As consumers move from desktops PCs and laptops to smartphone and tablets, Google has continued to innovate and own the mobile landscape, and this includes being hyper-competitive in relation to Apple and the staggering success of the iPhone and iPad. iphone. If you''re in the marketing profession, you have to be scratching your head at the moves that Google has made over the past little while. Google''s first wave of innovation. Google''s second wave of innovation. It''s nothing new.

The New Disruption

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The way I buy books has changed dramatically in the best few years. loved it so much, I would sometimes buy both the hardcover and paperback versions just to support the arts and the authors. don't own an Amazon Kindle , I read books on my iPhone with the Kindle app. When I've made my purchasing decisions, I'll crack open the Kindle and iBooks app and buy my books - right then and there - on digital format. Being a retail creature of habit, I realize how bad this is for the retailer, but the truth is that reading, buying and storing my books in the cloud trumps all.

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The Power To Smile In A Digital World

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That may not be anything new, as you go to work, buy your holiday gifts and start thinking about how you''re going to affect the brand that you work for in the coming year (and, hopefully, beyond). or something that they just read on their iPhone changed their physical mood. A lot of them smile back. iphone. What does true customer service look like? Marketing is edging ever-closer to customer service, and vice-versa. Still, it''s something that most companies are not thinking about (enough). We can all agree, that this needs a radical overhaul, right? This is true. oprah.

Tweetie 2: The Best iPhone Twitter App

Firebelly

Digitalia | Indianapolis Social Media Marketing « Halloween Mania Music Mix | Main | Time to Elf Yourself for the holidays » November 10, 2009 Tweetie 2: The Best iPhone Twitter App Tweetie 2 is the successor to the popular original Tweetie iPhone app by atebits. It is available for the iPhone and iPod Touch, now! Tweetie 2 is so far ahead of every other iPhone Twitter app, it's astounding. It is rewritten from the ground up with a fast and powerful new core, Tweetie 2 offers the most polished mobile Twitter experience around. They're great.

If You Can’t Afford It Apple Doesn’t Want You

Convince & Convert

In this live-from-an-abandoned-warehouse edition of The Baer Facts, I talk with  Kyle Lacy  of  ExactTarget  about Apple’s new iPad announcements, and the fact that they really don’t care whether the masses buy their gear. baer facts Apple exacttarget ipad iphone kyle lacy the baer facts Is the difference between 1/8 inch thick and 1/16 inch thick driving sales? Whoops!

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How Cloud Computing Changes Everything

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When I write a document on my MacBook Air , it is automatically saved through Dropbox and I can access it from any other computer and yes, even my iPhone - in real time. Instead of buying software and installing it on every computer, you purchase licenses that can be used to access the software through the Internet. iTunes enables all of us to buy music, store it on our hard drives, iPhones and iPods. The ability to create playlists and organize our music has fundamentally changed how we buy and listen to music. iphone. What does this look like? itunes.

Marketing Must Adapt To The New Reader

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But, not long after that lunch with McGuire, I had my own e-reader ( Amazon 's first-generation Kindle ) and once I made the switch to Apple 's iPhone , the Kindle app completely changed the way I read books. can't imagine ever buying a physical book again. iphone. It's strange to say this, but we're reading more than ever. We may not be reading Hemingway. but then again, we may be. Years ago, Hugh McGuire showed me how he was reading War And Peace on his iPod Touch. It took some time. We are reading more. And yes, reading does include Twitter tweets and Facebook updates.

Thinking Smarter

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People often laugh when they hear that I am reading all of my books exclusively on my iPhone with the Amazon Kindle and Apple iBooks apps. Do you know how many books I've looked for to no avail at the library, only to pop open my iPhone and buy it through one of book apps that I use? iphone. I've been thinking a lot about thinking lately. know, that's very "meta" of me. When was the last time you spent five minute thinking about not only how you learn, but where it's all taking place? love our local library. An exaggeration? Hardly. Thinking smarter. apple.

Could AT&T kill the iPhone Brand?

Buzz Marketing for Technology

But as 4 time owner of the Apple iPhone I still don’t see a reason to switch. which cost a Best Buy employee his job for posting it. As a brand manager I would feel constrained by the AT&T brand and be lobbing internally at Apple to set the iPhone free before it’s too late. And this month I saw a stat that said the sales of Google Android phones in the U.S. Digg this!