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  • KIKOLANI  |  TUESDAY, APRIL 19, 2011
    [Wireless] 10 SEO & Design Mistakes That Could Get You in Trouble
    Online communication went from wired to wireless internet access in the proverbial blink of an eye, and SEO tactics change just as swiftly to keep up with the search engine algorithms. This is a guest post by David Murton , a professional writer and blogger. There are way too many SEO tactics to cover in a single article. Instead, we’ll focus on aspects of search engine optimization that could be devastating to your blog’s search ranking. This article will explain how to correct these problems, avoiding undue headache. Blank Title Tags. Flash-Based Site. Dynamic URLs.
    [Wireless] Channel Partners Conference & Expo Vegas 2012
    There were four tracks to this conference: Cloud Services, Mobile Wireless, New Opportunities, and Business Development. Last month, I received an all-expense paid invite to the Channel Partners Conference & Expo in Las Vegas from Time Warner Cable Business Class (who I never realized offered web hosting and an array of other services for small businesses ). Unfortunately, it was a bit too short notice to make the trip (although a few nights at Caesar’s Palace was quite enticing), so I thought I would check out what I missed out on. Who Attends. Sessions. Expo Floor. Maybe.
    [Wireless] 10 Ways Twitter Can Make Money
    Capture Revenue from Wireless Carriers. The wireless carriers (Verizon, AT&T, T-Mobile, etc.) The below is primarily composed from my social media column on Search Engine Watch from earlier this year, but it is still one of the top question I get everyday.  Hence, I thought it an appropriate post for today – also the response to the book launch of Socialnomics has been overwhelming (in a good way!) so I’ve been responding to all the positive feedback (thanks to all). How can Twitter make money? That’s the billion-dollar question. Google Analytics). 5.
    [Wireless] Waiting for
    And then I jumped with an old boss (Hi, Dave Johnson!) to join a wireless company. When I worked for a wireless telecommunications company, I started a conference with Christopher S. When I was at the phone company, I interviewed and got the job at the wireless place. When I left the wireless place, I had a role with Jeff Pulver. You’re waiting for what? It’s amazing how much of our energy is NOT spent by waiting for someone else to do something, waiting for something to happen, waiting for someone to start something. Really. Without Waiting. And so on.
    [Wireless] How to Use Social Media with Webinars to Boost Sales
    Today’s talk radio hosts continue to thrive by using the same combination of wireless broadcasting and listener engagement. Legendary New York disc jockey Barry Gray of WMCA revolutionized radio in 1945 when he held his telephone up to the microphone to broadcast a live call from big band celebrity Woody Herman. But businesses are only beginning to realize how the integration of webinars with social media offers the same potential for engaging audiences. Why Webinars? Webinars make sense for businesses because they’re popular and cost-effective. Add this to the 1.15
    [Wireless] 2011 #Nifty50 Top Twitter Men
    Kent is the CMO at BearCom Wireless as well as the Founder and Co-Publisher of Social Media Marketing Magazine ( @SMMmagazine ) and a published author. Hertz, the mild-mannered tech geek who, when needed, morphs into superhero Wireless Woman. Today, Tom Pick ( @TomPick ), Online Marketing Executive at KC Associates , who blogs at his award winning B2B Webbiquity , and I ( @ckburgess – Blue Focus Marketing @BlueFocus360 )  present 50 remarkable men on our 2011 #Nifty50 Top Twitter Men list.  These men are indeed using Twitter to rewire and reorient the Web.  Adam L. 27 Op. 3.
    [Wireless] A Couple of Thoughts about Experts and Web Journal – May 28th – June 1st, 2011
    …   The Wall Street Journal reports that employers are increasingly using tools like GPS and wireless communications technologies to keep tabs on heavy construction equipment, long-haul trucks, delivery vans, buses and police cars. The monitoring equipment is manufactured by companies such as Trimble Navigation, Topcon and Navman Wireless, and are being built right into vehicles sold by companies such as Komatsu and Caterpillar. Kind of late, but need to write , so here goes. You might be the best bread-taker-outer in the world, but you know what? But it’s wrong. Right?
    [Wireless] The Everything Guide To Mobile Apps For Developers, Businesses & Brands
    Sam Chan, Wireless Industry Partnership @wipjam. Months of research, hard work and teamwork enter a new stage today as I deliver the final manuscript to the team at Adams Media for a new kind of app book ebook that equips developers, small businesses and brands with the business basics they need to produce and market mobile apps. If you want to create an winning app you must have a broad base of knowledge that allows you to indentify your target audience and delight them again and again. Mobile App Economy is booming. Connect the dots, and the App Economy has officially arrived!
    [Wireless] Some of The Coolest Technology in Cars
    All you have to do is download the Entune mobile app to your phone and using your phones data plan, Bluetooth and wireless technology, Entune connects you to a variety of in-car applications, whether this may be searching the web with voice recognition, listening to internet radio, making restaurant reservations or checking the traffic and weather as you drive. As technology develops some of the most advanced technology is being implemented into car models.…. Car that changes colour with mood. Always find it difficult to select an exterior car colour when choosing your next car?
    [Wireless] The Motorola XOOM: A Revolutionary Tool
    XOOMing in. I was recently given the opportunity to use a Motorola XOOM for almost 3 months by my good friend Mark Farnen , whose client is Verizon Wireless (Verizon is the carrier providing 3G/4G service for the XOOM). Going into my trial, I wanted to see if I could effectively make a tablet like the XOOM my computer. quickly realized that wasn’t going to be the case, but that’s nothing against the XOOM. This is because the screen (which is HUGE, in the ballpark of 10.1″) ″) has a keyboard that is smaller than the standard size. But that’s OK. Absolutely.
    [Wireless] Hoping We Act More Cellularly Responsible
    It was manufactured by Nokia, powered by Verizon Wireless, and, in 2000, was my new best friend. The April 26, 2004 issue of New York magazine contains an article about our emotional attachment to mobile devices. Reading it, I chuckled and wondered why we haven’t changed our behaviors. It’s pathetic that I use my cellphone to call business partners, dates, and other people for the specific reason that I am either running late or having trouble finding a parking space. What was ten years ago a novelty item has now become an essential object. How dare we. We should know better.
    [Wireless] Government Use of Social Media - "In Addition to," Not "In Lieu of.
    Home About Me Speaking Legal-ese My Team Gov 2.0 Events Calendar Subscribe: Posts | Comments | Email Social Media Strategery Best Of Best Practices Enterprise 2.0 Government 2.0 Miscellaneous Personal Prof. Development Social Media Government Use of Social Media – “In Addition to,&# Not “In Lieu of&# Tue, Apr 27, 2010 Government 2.0 Despite the Government 2.0 Among those who did contact their government at some point, almost half used a combination of both online and offline vehicles to do so. What does this mean to the Gov 2.0 But you already knew that, right??
    [Wireless] Why Voice is THE Game-Changer
    Everything looks so dated, so sixties: green alphanumeric terminals, no display windows, primitive graphics, no mouses, no portable tablets or wireless devices, no Web. Is voice the new battlefield as companies (Apple, Google, Microsoft, Nuance) jockey for position to control the voice interface and our personal search and assistance experiences? Roberto Pieraccini , industry veteran and author of new book The Voice in the Machine, looks and the evolution of voice in computing and communications and maps out the future of mobile voice and beyond. Yes, 60 years. The mechanics of speech.
    [Wireless] Day 15: People of color impacting the social web – Kurt Merriweather #28DaysofDiversity
    Merriweather has held a variety of product marketing positions at Silicon Graphics, Digital Island and Cable &Wireless. As we all know, February is Black History Month. It’s a month where we honor those who have made an impact on American culture for equal rights, those who have invented, those who have a helped others and those who have inspired everyone to be the best they can be, not only as a person of color but as a human. Each post will include a picture, bio, two links from the selected person and this paragraph. How can we use technology to close the digital divide?
    [Wireless] Mobile Paid Games – still an Early Stage Market: US Online Survey
    A recent online survey conducted in behalf of PopCap Games by Information Solutions Group among more than 1,100 AT&T wireless customers (ages 18+), reveals the growing popularity of mobile gaming. Still, looking at the figures – paid games on mobile seem as an early stage market: 1. Most mobile gamers (76%) said they had played free games that came pre-installed on their phone, and a third indicated they had downloaded one or more free games to their phone. Only 24% of mobile gamers had ever paid for a game. 2. believe that for those the market potential can be much more promising.
    [Wireless] iPad 2 Faster, Thinner, Lighter with HD Cameras
    AirPlay: music, photos and video can stream wirelessly to your HDTV and home speakers. iPad 2 is here. The new iPad has the following improvements: iPad 2 is 33% thinner. iPad 2 is 15% lighter. iPad 2 has dual-core processing = faster surfing, movies, FaceTime video calls and multi-tasking. 9x graphic performance enhances gameplay, photos, video editing and animations in presentations. iPad 2 maintains 10 hour battery life. 2 HD cameras to enable FaceTime for iPad 2. Photobooth = fun. iPad 2 smart cover protects the screen and doubles as a stand. Comes in white or black. At just 1.3
    [Wireless] Integrate Social Networks with your Corporate Website with ‘Social Sign On’
    Web Strategy by Jeremiah Owyang Home About Speaking Research Media Contact Subscribe via RSS Connect with Jeremiah: twitter friendfeed linkedin flickr technorati Connect with Jeremiah on twitter A few years ago, critics said Blogging was a fad. The Techcrunch acquisition dispels those myths 2 days ago « People on the Move in the Social Business Industry: Sept 21, 2010 Upcoming Research Teaser: What do Employers Want in a Corporate Social Media Strategist? Managing these multiple login systems from all these social networks is cumbersome due to changing APIs, protocols. Expect more now.
    [Wireless] 5 Proven Strategies for B2B Social Media Marketing
    Skype Group Video Calling Comes to Mac Jawbone Releases New Wireless Power S. Top Topics Twitter YouTube Facebook iPhone Google Video Google Buzz Social media Mobile 2.0 Android Advertise Network Blippr iPhone App Mashable France MashDeck Twitter App Mobile Site Social Media Events Twitter Guide Book Facebook Guide Book Partners App Development WordPress Experts MaxCDN Content Delivery Dynect Managed DNS Rackspace Hosting Intridea About Us Submit a Tip! The B2B Social Media Marketing Series is supported by IDG Enterprise. Learn more. For a niche community, that’s a feat. Mobile 2.0
    [Wireless] What the Future Holds for B2B Social Media Marketing
    View More » Tech Hands-on With Logitechs Wireless Sol. Top Topics Twitter YouTube Facebook iPhone Google Video Google Buzz Social media Small business Business Advertise Network Blippr iPhone App Mashable France MashDeck Twitter App Mobile Site Social Media Events Twitter Guide Book Facebook Guide Book Partners App Development WordPress Experts MaxCDN Content Delivery Dynect Managed DNS Rackspace Hosting Intridea About Us Submit a Tip! Contact Us Submit News Contact Us Write for Us Spark of Genius Series Mashable | The Social Media Guide Business Mashable on Facebook Join Us!
    [Wireless] What to Consider When Building an In-House Social Media Team
    Hands-on With Logitechs Wireless Sol. Top Topics Twitter YouTube Facebook iPhone Google Video Google Buzz Social media Small business Business Advertise Network Blippr iPhone App Mashable France MashDeck Twitter App Mobile Site Social Media Events Twitter Guide Book Facebook Guide Book Partners App Development WordPress Experts MaxCDN Content Delivery Dynect Managed DNS Rackspace Hosting Intridea About Us Submit a Tip! Contact Us Submit News Contact Us Write for Us Spark of Genius Series Mashable | The Social Media Guide Business Mashable on Facebook Join Us! Studard agrees. Mobile 2.0
    [Wireless] How to Publish Your Blog on Amazon Kindle
    Its working is similar to RSS: your updates are auto-delivered wirelessly to the Kindle and updated throughout the day. This guest post is by Ali Abbas of Have you published your blog on Kindle? If not, you should do it, pronto! It’s easy, it’s productive and it’s free. We’re not talking about publishing ebooks or PDFs, but your dynamic and regularly updated blog. On a positive note, that means less competition for you. Is it really worth the effort? Amazingly, all you need to do is invest just five minutes of your precious time. It does not. Added income.
    [Wireless] Benefits of the New Mobile Enterprise
    Making that commitment to one phone service, instead of several wireless subscriptions, cuts on the mounting costs of operation. The new mobile enterprise seeks to solve many problems. As the young lady in the popular AT&T commercial tries so hard to explain, less is more when it comes to mobile technology. Bringing together a number of workers on a few mobile devices is the most effective way to stay ahead of the game. It is clear from the following benefits that there is a lot to like about the new mobile enterprise, and how it is changing the world of business every day.
  • THE BLAKERY  |  TUESDAY, JUNE 18, 2013
    [Wireless] I’m Joining Intel
    Over the last three years at my consulting company Artemis I’ve worked with companies such as Verizon Wireless, Newmark Knight Frank Retail and more. Those of you who know me from Customer Management IQ  or from my  writing  and  speaking  know I’m very passionate about social customer support. have continued to learn with like-minded individuals serving on board of the Society of Consumer Affairs Professionals (SOCAP). really love this industry and the people in it. Why Intel? Intel even with 100,000 employees has a forward thinking talent management policy.
    [Wireless] 5 Popular Posts From The Last Month
    It all started with Lara – a user of social media, unhappy with her wireless company, making a complaint about it on Twitter, the company returned to her and fixed the problem. Tweet Another month has passed and that means it is time for a recap yet again! In this last period, it has once again been established that our readers are most interested in reading about best practices of social media and of course infographics. At Mindjumpers, we have made a couple of infographics ourselves, and we are very happy that you liked these and shared them with your network! Read Full Post ».
    [Wireless] Tracking Apps to Monitor Your Child Activities
    Consulting the wireless service provider regarding all the phone tracking plans. It can be difficult for the parents to track all the activities of their child online due to less time or professional obligations. Every parent is worried about their child as their security is the biggest concern whether offline or online. There are many child phone tracking apps available for both the Android and iOS platforms that can help track the child activities on the web. The apps allow the parents to track their children using GPS and there are many other features available as well. Life360.
    [Wireless] List of Social Media Management Systems (SMMS)
    Web Strategy by Jeremiah Owyang Home About Speaking Research Media Contact Subscribe via RSS Connect with Jeremiah: twitter friendfeed linkedin flickr technorati Connect with Jeremiah on twitter @ mattgalloway Wow thanks, I really appreciate that. really love what I do, I hope it shows. The issue of lack of scale is resonating with social strategists –as a result, the market is developing new tools that will help them manage them. This is one component of Social CRM, which if you haven’t heard about, please read the report on the 18 use cases of Social CRM. like socialoomph too.
    [Wireless] HOW TO: Gain Twitter Influence
    Hands-on With Logitechs Wireless Sol. Top Topics Twitter YouTube Facebook iPhone Google Video Google Buzz Social media Small business Business Advertise Network Blippr iPhone App Mashable France MashDeck Twitter App Mobile Site Social Media Events Twitter Guide Book Facebook Guide Book Partners App Development WordPress Experts MaxCDN Content Delivery Dynect Managed DNS Rackspace Hosting Intridea About Us Submit a Tip! Contact Us Submit News Contact Us Write for Us Spark of Genius Series Mashable | The Social Media Guide Social Media Mashable on Facebook Join Us! That’s at one level.
    [Wireless] Video Chatting at 35000 Feet Works Pretty Darn Well - The Steve.
    Then I got home to Carrboro and saw my phone had automatically acquired the towns free wireless network. Steve is using Posterous to post everything online. Shouldnt you? Steve Rubel owns this site 5,034 subscribers The Steve Rubel Stream 6 Jul 2009 Video Chatting at 35,000 Feet Works Pretty Darn Well This morning I am flying from NYC to San Francisco. I try to fly Virgin America when I can since (right now) they are the only airline that has in-flight wifi fleet-wide. The rest of the airlines are rolling it out - slowly. Video/sound cut in and out. We still have a ways to go. Oh, hi!
    [Wireless] Mobile Marketers Should Sync More Offers With Our Transit Routine
    Like the true road warriors we are, we take our wireless gear with us wherever we go — and our use of them is unprecedented. According to new data from Boingo Wireless, a leading provider of software and services worldwide, smartphones and tablets passed laptops as the most widely carried Wi-Fi device in airports, reaching 58.9 Hipcricket also won consecutive annual pioneer awards from CTIA — The Wireless Association. Mobile devices have become nearly as commonplace as toothpaste for travelers in North America and Europe. percent of all devices in June.
    [Wireless] NEW Mobile Cross-Media Marketing Event: NYC October 13th
    raft of recent reports suggest more than half of Web usage will occur via mobile by 2013 , a trend driven by the advance of smartphones and connected devices that blur the boundaries between wired and wireless. What is mobile and what is online? The result is a new requirement for a more intelligent, multi-channel approach to marketing and publishing. Just how many screens we can access as part of our daily routine is mind-boggling. His point: mobile has a central spot in the marketing mix, but intelligent multi-channel management is a must. MXM inaugural event. MSG media partner.
    [Wireless] Fetching Friday – Resources Mashup & How to Help Japan
    They have raised almost $1 million USD and will continue to match donations through today, Friday the 18th at 1PM EST. The American Red Cross is also taking donations via their website or by texting REDCROSS to 90999 to donate $10 to the Japan Earthquate and Pacific Tsunami Fund which will appear on your next wireless bill. ­­This post is part of a weekly series, Fetching Friday, featuring the best posts of the week in blogging, online business, SEO & social media and how to help Japan on The Resources Mashup. Blogging / Freelance Writing. Try these sites and sources!
    [Wireless] 2012 #Nifty50 Top Men in Technology on Twitter
    Kent Huffman is the CMO of BearCom Wireless and co-publisher of @SMMmagazine. Last year, my colleague Tom Pick ( @TomPick ) and I introduced the #Nifty50 awards , which honored 50 men and 50 women who were leading the way in social media through their active engagement on Twitter. This year, we’ve narrowed the criteria a bit to focus specifically on individuals who work for technology companies, and asked our readers to nominate the men and women they thought were most deserving of the award. Nominees working for tech-focused venture capital, advisory and analyst firms were also allowed.
    [Wireless] 2010 Internal Year In Review (Month by Month)
    and Sonos sent me a wireless iPod dock. With almost 400 posts in the year, you no doubt missed some, and January probably seems like ancient history. That's why at the end of each year, I try to summarize the 12 months that just went by on the blog to see if we all can remember the big news and opinion that passed through this place. Interspersed with the day by day updates, the product launches and feature enhancements, I did manage to expand the family and the house and get more embedded in Web startup land with a new role. Maybe I blogged about all these changes and maybe I didn't.
    [Wireless] Batting.400 For My 2010 Predictions in the Tech World
    Facebook remains cheap, while Apple did its spending on Quattro Wireless and Siri early in the year, at prices less than a billion bucks. At the end of each year, it has been something of a tradition to make wild predictions that few others are making, and then mock myself for those I got wrong. This year should be no different. At the end of 2009, I made concrete predictions for the world of tech , which assumed a strong IPO market, increased acquisitions and some specifics from the big players, including Apple and Google. As usual, I got some right, and others wrong. Not even close.
    [Wireless] Citizen Marketer 2.1: Are FourSquare and Gowalla Just Shiny Objects?
    My belief is that location-based services over time will allow you to preset places that you frequent (similar to wireless spots that youve connected to in the past on your laptop or smart phone) that will auto-check you in. Citizen Marketer 2.1 Useful information on how to add "social" into your marketing mix with measurable results. Oh yeah, Ill also talk about new things Im learning too. promise it will be worth your while. HOME | ABOUT ME | MY COMPANY | @AARONSTROUT | QND PODCAST | 5 MINS OF ME | FLICKR Wednesday, June 23, 2010 Are FourSquare and Gowalla Just Shiny Objects? Part two.
    [Wireless] The Marketing Of Things
    The Internet is being dumped into everything and anything that can be plugged in (or wirelessly enabled). We put brands on everything. Think about it this way: we put brands on everything and we''re putting the Internet into everything. It''s true. Brands will put their name on baseball stadiums, water bottles, the bottom of that plastic bin that we put our shoes into at airport security, and they''re even putting them in public toilet bowls. Anything to get attention. Computers were just the beginning. Marketers haven''t been negligent in this regard. Google''s brand looks whimsical.
    [Wireless] Been There, Texted That
    Oh, that one device you used prior to the explosion of cell phones and wireless service. Landline, what’s that? Back Then. As technology has continued to evolve, the text messaging era has developed into its own form of communication. As I recall, when I first began texting the messages were very short and spread out. remember looking down at my Nokia and taking time to study the numbers as I would use them to spell out words. None of my recipients really cared if they received a response or what I had to say…. Nowadays, texting has completely revolutionized the way we communicate.
    [Wireless] Android+Keyboard = Win: Switching to the Samsung Epic
    Sprint customer, now that I moved the family off AT&T , Sprint's model of the Galaxy S is the Epic, labeled as the Epic 4G, thanks to its using Sprint's slice of the 4G wireless spectrum for advanced features. The Samsung Epic 4G from Sprint When I switched from iPhone to Android after Google I/O this Spring, one of the major reasons I gave for my move was the opportunity to choose between different handsets, if for whatever reason, one offered compelling options lacking in my current model. The Epic has its power button on the right of the device and volume buttons on the left.
    [Wireless] The future of publishing: Social News Curation
    iMedia Connection - ad:tech blog Articles Blog iMedia Blog ad:tech Blog Videos Events People Connection Resource Connection Jobs iMedia UK Home › iMedia Connection Blog › Opinions Opinions The future of publishing: Social News Curation Posted by Uwe Hook on September 27th, 2010 at 6:50 pm By now, you should have heard about (If you never experienced a real Thats just the beginning: C just launched, collecting and organizing tweets into topic based streams that can be shared or embedded anywhere. What do you think? This Is Guitar At It’s Best!!
    [Wireless] 50 Ways to use Social Media, listed by Objective « Web Strategy by Jeremiah Owyang | Social Media, Web Marketing
    Web Strategy by Jeremiah Owyang Home About Speaking Research Media Contact Subscribe via RSS Connect with Jeremiah: twitter friendfeed linkedin flickr technorati Connect with Jeremiah on twitter @ spicedawg56 It is! Yet remember email is a social network. Collectual these folks own social media budgets: LIST [link] in reply to spicedawg56 1 week ago « Community Platform Pricing for New Clients Scorecard: Should Startups Have Community Managers? This way, you’re not randomly choosing tactics without first having a goal in mind. Learn which bloggers might care about your customer.
    [Wireless] How Did The Color Of A Dress Become A Bigger Story Than Net Neutrality?
    The new rules prohibit broadband providers from blocking or slowing down traffic on wired and wireless networks. Every Monday morning at 7:10 am, I am a guest contributor on CHOM 97.7 FM radio broadcasting out of Montreal (home base). It''s not a long segment - about 5 to 10 minutes every week - about everything that is happening in the world of technology and digital media. morning show. The segment is called, CTRL ALT Delete with Mitch Joel. This week we discussed: Live Long And Prosper, everyone. The Internet went insane last week. What color was that dress? Blue and black? chom fm.
    [Wireless] Why SEO is Easier than Social Media Marketing
    Social Media Consultant and Tech Geek at Heart Home About Press Consulting Contact Sitemap Home > Marketing , Opinion , Search Engine Optimization , Social Media > Why SEO is Easier than Social Media Marketing Why SEO is Easier than Social Media Marketing by Tamar Weinberg on December 15, 2009 Share There are a fair number of excellent search engine optimization experts (SEOs) in the wild, but there are countless social media marketing experts, many of whom are self-proclaimed gurus in their field. Despite this, social media marketing is much more difficult than search engine optimization.
    [Wireless] Sponsored Post – Excuse Free Beach Days
    Back when I worked in a wireless telecom, near the end of my career, it was absolutely not important for me to be at the office in person except we had two major problems: our security was really tight so I couldn’t really connect into any systems remotely, and we didn’t have the cloud back then, so if I was working on a document, I was working on a dead version that only I had access to at any given time. Wireless. One way the whole cloud powered work experience has changed my business life is that everyone in my company can work from the beach and not hide that fact.
    [Wireless] Startup lessons for entrepreneurs and businesses from Mark Cuban. Local Tech Wire Event notes & video
    Wireless bandwidth. Yesterday I attended a Venture Capital Symposium hosted by Local Techwire that featured Mark Cuban @mcuban at the American Tobacco Complex, in Durham, NC. Other speakers included Mike Doernberg, CEO of ReverbNation, Rich Lee, Founder & CEO of Hosted Solutions, Aaron Houghton, Co-founder, iContact, Mitchell Mumma, Partner of Intersouth Partners. The speakers participated in a panel then Mark Cuban delivered a very entertaining, honest and thought provoking keynote to about 250 entrepreneurs, venture capitalist and local media. Lack of focus. Mobile Technology.
    [Wireless] Why to Reconsider SXSW: A Smarter Guide
    This year, we’re putting the cradlepoint router to the test, courtesy of Verizon Wireless. You’ve heard the complaints. They aren’t going to SXSW anymore. The event has become too big, too loud, and too corporate. And the lines? Forget about it. As I write this on the airplane ride down to my 4th tour of SXSW duty, I’m thinking hard about why I’m going in the first place. Is it worth being away from my wife and children? What about the disruptive business week that’s unavoidable? That said, I move forward into the night. It’s too crowded.”
    [Wireless] 5 Common Actions Competitors Take
    In the competitive wireless market, Sprint is a distant third currently, a gap that has increased over the past decade in large part because of the customer service issues the company experienced after acquiring Nextel. Marketing extends beyond stakeholders and organizations. Although companies and nonprofits like to pretend they operate alone in an industry, competition exists even if its just for the stakeholder’s time and money. If a marketer does their job well, and the product, service or solution is met with a warm reception, invariably the competition responds.
    [Wireless] Sorry It’s Been So Long; I’ve Got More Important Things To Do Right Now
    As long as I’ve got my laptop and a good wireless connection, I’m in business. For any normal person, not connecting online for a short while doesn’t seem odd. In fact, it seems, well, normal. When I notice that someone hasn’t posted in a few days, I assume they are out and about living their lives. When a social media geek like me doesn’t post updates to Facebook or Twitter and too many days have passed since my last blog post, people begin to wonder if I’ve fallen off the face of the Earth. So, why the relative silence? When did that happen?). Right.
    [Wireless] Getting Social in Making the Right Nanny Call
    Many families choose to use a nanny cam, like the Atlas ATL2jNAN1CM Wireless Nanny Cam , for reassurance when the nanny and kids are at home. Finding a nanny for your precious children can be a tough task. Where do you look, how deep do you delve and how much do you trust once you find the right one? How much of a part should social media play in the search and even in the day to day goings-on of childcare? Here are a few tips in searching out the perfect nanny and what to do once you find her…. Finding the right nanny. You can find references and other reassuring information.
    [Wireless] Ever Wondered About…Net Neutrality? « Wisdom London
    Interestingly, the same does not apply in equal measure to wireless providers like AT&T. Wisdom London Creative Communications is our world… « Ever wondered about… SXSW? Social Media: Beyond The Echo Chamber » Ever Wondered About…Net Neutrality? Emotive subject alert! But here’s a simple (and neutral) low-down on an important issue: What is it? Net neutrality is the principle that all data carried over the internet should be given equal priority, regardless of the content type, source or user. Why should I care? supporting net neutrality).
    [Wireless] Day 28: People of color impacting the social web – Navarrow Wright #28DaysofDiversity
    The way I believe to best use technology to achieve this is by utilizing the technology medium that is most prevalent among African Americans, wireless devices. As we all know, February is Black History Month. It’s a month where we honor those who have made an impact on American culture for equal rights, those who have invented, those who have a helped others and those who have inspired everyone to be the best they can be, not only as a person of color but as a human. Each post will include a picture, bio, two links from the selected person and this paragraph. and BlackPlanet.
    [Wireless] Twas the day before my first hosted conference
    Verizon Wireless. Conferences are simply awesome. Social media is incredibly cool, too, but there’s no comparison to the value of seeing people face-to-face. I’ve been to countless conferences: attended, given presentations at, and even was the catalyst for the launch a quite impressive one ( Like Minds , founded by Scott Gould and Drew Ellis). Tomorrow is the first conference I’ve ever hosted. With my first hosted conference kicking off in 30 hours, what am I thinking about? It is, thankfully, pushing aside the anxiety of the moment. Brian Kelly Multimedia. GSATC.
    [Wireless] Designing Choreographies for the New Economy of Attention
    Alternatively, advocates for the advancing media have celebrated the educational, even liberatory, possibilities of game-based strategies for student learning, laptops and wireless networks that provide universal access to information, and social networking environments that provide students (and faculty) with ubiquitous access to the network and to one another. Laptops and wireless devices are increasingly present in academic settings. college classrooms were wireless [ CCS 2007 ]. Is it possible to pay attention when sending a text message or surfing the web? 2008 ].
  • PROBLOGGER  |  MONDAY, JULY 30, 2012
    [Wireless] 10 Fresh Tips for Finding Time to Blog
    No wireless connection at your local lunch getaway? This guest post is by Brian Milne of The Corporate Mentality. School. Friends. Family … and kids. We’ve all got a lot going on in our lives, and I haven’t even mentioned our online worlds yet. Twitter. Facebook. Google Plus. LinkedIn … and Pinterest. The list is always growing, and as our offline lives get busier and online worlds more cluttered, our blogs are getting more and more neglected. And, in the end, isn’t that what it’s all about? Generating exposure, traffic, leads and potential customers or partners? Get up early. to 3 a.m.
  • LOUIS GRAY  |  MONDAY, AUGUST 16, 2010
    [Wireless] In Storage & Networking, Big Numbers In Dollars and Data
    And the third is the speed of the network, both wired and wireless, increases - from the Kbps-rated modems of yesteryear to the fast-flowing networks of today, including 10 gigabit Ethernet on the client side and high speed Fibre Channel on the back end of many data centers. Today, at least for those of us who watch the enterprise space closely, the big news is that Dell Computer has offered to acquire Fremont-based 3Par for $1.15 billion , a premium of more than 80 percent over the company's stock price. Others may never find traction at all. There are three major truisms in technology.
    [Wireless] Show Your Local Bookstore Some Love
    Do you know about the wireless gift that can transport you to another time and place, yet never needs to be charged? You know: It’s called a book. That always crosses my mind when walking into a bookstore—something I’m trying to do more often. It’s an easy goal in Saratoga Springs, N.Y., a small, yet vibrant city north of Albany with three bookstores: one chain, one used and one new popular shop in the center of downtown.  . With the death of the Borders chain, some local shops are taking advantage— appealing to people’s sense of nostalgia and wonder surrounding the printed word.
  • TWIST IMAGE  |  FRIDAY, JULY 18, 2014
    [Wireless] The End Of The Dial Tone
    According to the Chicago Tribune article , "In the Midwest, the number of wireless-only homes increased more than 4 percentage points to 43.7 Things change quicker than most of us realize. If you speak to marketers about how they are doing in relation to consumers and their mobile usage, it will be a disappointing conversation. If you speak to consumers about how brands are doing in terms of truly connecting with them at the mobile level, it will be a disappointing conversation as well. It''s a long, hard slog for most brands. The true omnichannel. They are already omnichannel.
    [Wireless] Burn it All Down
    while back, I did some disaster recovery planning for my wireless telecom company. What would happen if your business burned down? What would happen if the project you’re working the most on right now went away? What would come next if you lost whatever was central to your business right now? Mostly, the work was a monotonous journey to local “single points of failure,&# which was useful, but not nearly as fun as I thought it would be (there were approximately zero simulations of armageddon or zombie attack). Lose the box, lose it all. What About You?
    [Wireless] Hindu Story on Mobile Marketing in India | Gauravonomics Blog For.
    Mobile entertainment companies now provide infotainment in the form of contests and interactivity, music to mobile consumers, helping clients create wireless campaigns, including mobile contests, and voting and promotional applications. Follow the blog on RSS , Twitter or Facebook and youll never miss a post again! I was recently quoted in a Hindu story on mobile marketing in India. said that mobile marketing is small in India, with most marketers allocating less than 3-5% of the marketing budget to digital and less than 1% to mobile. For more, read my bio. Lets talk. Unported License.
    [Wireless] FCC approves net neutrality rules
    And in an unprecedented move, the FCC could apply the rules to wireless carriers such as T-Mobile and Sprint — a nod to the rapid rise of smartphones and the mobile Internet. The Washington Post reported today that The Federal Communications Commission approved strict new rules for Internet providers Thursday in a historic vote that represents the government’s most aggressive attempt to make sure the Web remains a level playing field. They were adopted by a 3-to-2 margin with only the commission’s Republican members voting against them. Thumbnail from
    [Wireless] Sponsored Post – There Are No Cubicles
    used to work for a wireless telecom company. “The future is already here – it’s just not evenly distributed.” ” – William Gibson. The following is a sponsored post for Cloud Powered Work. All the ideas are mine. They just want you to think about this space a little bit. Are you? just finished up a Skype call with someone for his book project. Before that, I had a quick call on my cell phone while running an errand. I’m writing this post on my nifty Dell XPS10, and will upload it to the web by tethering to my iPhone. I’m working. tweetable ).
  • CHRIS BROGAN  |  FRIDAY, JUNE 24, 2011
    [Wireless] Lessons
    When I first started at my wireless telecom job, I remember that a lot of people were talking about a “NOC.&# I had no idea what it was. Someone walked me down to the room known as the “Network Operations Center,&# where a bunch of people monitored our wireless network. One thing I know: we never learn something until we’re ready to learn it. learn slower than others, believe it or not. think the reason that it takes me a while to learn is that I learned at an early age to question the status quo and to question authority. Moments later: crash. That was me.
  • VIPER CHILL  |  MONDAY, MARCH 22, 2010
    [Wireless] The Most Important Blog Post You'll Probably Never Read
    He told me this whilst using his next-door neighbours Internet (they had wireless and hadn’t put a password on it). Home What the F ? Cloud Living Say "Hi!" You are here: ViperChill » Social Media » The Most Important Blog Post You’ll Probably Never Read The Most Important Blog Post You’ll Probably Never Read Written by Glen, this post has 148 Comments This blog post is quite long so you probably shouldn’t read it. To the 50% of visitors who are still with me, I’ll say now that less than 1% of you will get to the end so you may as well leave now.
    [Wireless] Everything You Need to Know to Run a Successful SMS Marketing Campaign
    And to comply with the wireless carriers, you need to include: STOP and HELP, instructions Frequency Terms and Conditions Business entity Disclosure of additional carrier charges Here’s what that might look like, all together: Greg’s Mobile VIP: 6 msgs/month. Image via If you haven’t started looking for ways to add SMS text message marketing to your marketing mix, now is the time. Yes, I know apps are the craze these days but we’re still at about 65% smartphone penetration in the United States. Yes, that immediate. That’s typically the worst direction to take.
    [Wireless] Want a More Productive Week? Clean Your Darn Desk!
    USB thumb storage sticks, backup drives, wireless mice and keyboards and anything else not physically attached to your computer goes into this box. Has anyone seen that phone number for my interview? know I printed out a good-looking blog layout but I can’t seem to find it. know I have that blog idea somewhere in this mess; was it written on a napkin? It’s referenced in a newspaper clipping, but which one? Where’s the thumbdrive I just had? If you have had any of these thoughts, I’ll bet you have a desk or work area that might need a little bit of improvement. Preparation. Start fresh.
    [Wireless] Six Links Worthy Of Your Attention #50
    Check this out: ' NPR has been experimenting with radio-quality live broadcasts on mobile devices and wireless connections. Is there one link, story, picture or thought that you saw online this week that you think somebody you know must see? "I'm headed to Sebastopol next weekend for a tech event, and apparently they play this game all night long. In fact, we play Werewolf at Bitnorth too. It's the perfect game - poker-meets-debating-meets-logic-puzzle. This article explains the strange game of Werewolf, and tries to understand its even stranger appeal to the technoscenti."
    [Wireless] IMPACT: Permission-Based Mobile Marketing Prompts Consumer Participation & Brand Interaction
    Hipcricket also won consecutive annual pioneer awards from CTIA — The Wireless Association. As children, we learn the concept of permission. We know to ask (and say “please&# even), and we understand that others should treat us the same way. So, why is it some marketers don’t follow these rules when they engage with consumers? This week U.S. regulators floated a Do Not Track proposal for Web users aimed at enabling them to stop advertisers from tracking them online. Predictably, the program has some powerful forces fighting it. As USA Today observes: there is a catch.
    [Wireless] Doing the Work is Sexy
    When I moved to my wireless telecom roles, I owned every one of them. Dorothy Parker said, “I hate writing. like having written.” ” I know many people who are like that about their business, their trade. know many more people who love to fantasize about what life will be like when they make it, but they like to skip over the part with the hard work, or they give it a sentence or two. Here’s a hint: the work part is what brings the money part. That didn’t happen because someone was looking around to find the right kind of person to do this interview.
    [Wireless] Free Twitter Automation Tools Roundup
    Four Reasons to Watch for Power Line Communications Several factors suggest the best option for networking homes may lie in wiring — not wireless. GigaOM Research Events Home Apple Cleantech Cloud Collaboration Mobile Video Collaboration Free Twitter Automation Tools Roundup By Doriano "Paisano" Carta Feb. 1, 2010, 11:00am PDT 12 Comments Tweet There are several tools available that can schedule tweets to post at a specific time on Twitter; they can be handy for a number of reasons. Here are some of the better free Twitter automation tools that I’ve seen. Will try them all.
    [Wireless] Sponsored Post – Think Like an Enterprise
    When I was working for a wireless telecom company back in the day, one of my projects was disaster recovery compliance. The following is a post sponsored by Cloud Powered Work. What that means is that they paid me to talk about something they want me to talk about. What that doesn’t mean is that they influence my words AT ALL. These are my thoughts on something I think is useful to you. In a very short amount of time, I learned a lot about what we would never ever think about: what happens when something breaks. It got really interesting really quickly. Happened twice.) Promotion
    [Wireless] A Brief History Of Social Media
    He pays the $19.95 a month, even though we have high speed wireless too. As I think about it, I'd include CB radio and shortwave as "wireless" social networking as well. Home Consulting About Contact Subscribe Social Media Rockstar Social Media Blog – ::Social Media Rockstar:: A Brief History Of Social Media by Brett Borders on June 2, 2009 S ocial media isn’t really “new.&# Phone phreaking , or the rogue exploration of the telephone network, started to gain momentum in the 1950’s. Calling a friend in another state could rack up a $40/hr charge.) think.
    [Wireless] My Mobile Epiphany
    The next thing I knew, I had bought a couple of compact discs and a book wirelessly for the very first time. Though mobile devices are far more sophisticated and integrated today—not to mention wireless networks—my experience in Borders that day all those years ago foretold the mobile revolution that would take place over the next several years. This is the first article in an occasional series on this blog by McMURRY/TMG Content Editor James Alan Miller? that that will explore the evolution of mobile technology and its influence on business and content marketing.
    [Wireless] Mobile Marketing 2012: Practical Predictions To Guide YOUR Planning
    As more people begin to access the Web using a wireless device than they do using a PC, it will become crystal clear to brands, agencies and companies across the ecosystem that they can’t afford to treat their mobile strategy and presence as an afterthought. Hipcricket also won consecutive annual pioneer awards from CTIA — The Wireless Association. Some of the smartest minds in mobile marketing and advertising recently gave their 2012 predictions for mobile during a webinar conducted by Mobile Marketer and sponsored by Hipcricket. That is a great example to follow.
    [Wireless] Find—and Use—Your Blogging Freedom
    Many businesses now offer free wireless internet. This guest post is by Jon Rhodes of Affiliate Marketing Tips. Isn’t the idea of being a full-time blogger great?! You control your own time, and answer to nobody. You don’t have to ask someone for permission if you want to take some time off, or go and pursue a new idea you’ve had. There are many perks to being a full-time blogger. However you must make sure that you are actually enjoying these perks. The problems. Otherwise, what’s the point? The solutions. It’s good for you and your blog. Take a break.
    [Wireless] SXSW Highlights: Why Social Discovery Mixed With Geo-Location Gets Marketers Lost
    Hipcricket also won consecutive annual pioneer awards from CTIA — The Wireless Association. Evolution, not revolution. That is what I witnessed first-hand as I walked around South By Southwest (SXSW) , the festival and conference hailed as a breeding ground for new ideas and creative technologies. In 2010, the Next Big Thing was location-based social networking , a mobile-megatrend CNN reminds us was led by the likes of Foursquare and Gowalla. Last year it was all about group messaging services such as GroupMe or Beluga. But what about the business value, let alone the results? Amen. ….
    [Wireless] 16 SXSW 2011 Panels to Vote For! The NC + friends edition
    Most technology experts foresee: wireless devices embedded in everything – including us; nearly invisible cameras recording activity in all public spaces; databases cataloguing our online actions; massive data centers that allow that information to be sorted and understood in new ways; changes in work and home environments as the Internet of Things and everyware applications become widespread and immersive, invisible, ambient, networked computing makes us available to more people in more ways. Uploaded with plasq ‘s Skitch ! 27 (Fun!) Ways to Kill Your Online Community.
    [Wireless] Sonos ZonePlayer S5
    With the S5, you can control it all wirelessly from your iPhone. (As I’m not an iPhone guy, I control mine from the Zone Controller or from my desktop app. The folks at Sonos (affiliate link) were kind enough to send me their new Sonos ZonePlayer S5 to check out. I had their older system from a few years ago, but had only unboxed it a few weeks back. Thomas Meyer, my friend over there, said that he couldn’t have me bragging on a two year old system when they’d gone and made all kinds of updates over the last few years. So, he let me see the new one.
    [Wireless] The Truth About the iPad | Blogging and Content Creation | Social.
    know you have to pay for WiFi on the iPad, but what if you have wireless at your home? have wireless at home, which I connect the iPad to most of the time, since I work from home. The keyboard (dock or wireless) eliminates the text input problem, although it would be a bit clunky on a plane. bigger limitation, in my opinion, is the inability to connect a mouse (USB or wireless). The keyboard (dock or wireless) eliminates the text input problem, although it would be a bit clunky on a plane. sure am. Less than seductive technology. Swipe. Swipe. Swipe. inches.
    [Wireless] Some Cheez-its, A Mountain Dew, A Snickers Bar. And A Kindle
    At the SC Business Fair 2014, which took place last month in Japan, Toshiba previewed a digital signage system called, Smartphone-linked Signage , that uses Bluetooth low energy wireless technology to link digital signs with smartphones. It sounds like the set-up to a bad joke, but this is no laughing matter. As Amazon continues to grow, expand and diversify itself as one of the largest retailers and technology service providers in the world, attention is always paid when the virtual store does something physical. It''s not what you think. There could be something more going on here.
    [Wireless] Enterprises Need Mobile Apps Too; Tapping The Next BIG Market
    Sam Chan, Wireless Industry Partnership @wipjam. While the excitement may be about apps aimed at consumers the real opportunity may be in developing specialized apps designed meet the specific needs of large and small enterprises seeking to support their workforce with apps that boost productivity and drive positive business results. It’s a fledgling market poised for explosive growth, and a mobile app mega-trend  highlighted in my new book The Everything Guide To Mobile Apps: A Practical Guide To Affordable Mobile App Development For Your Business (F+W Media Inc.), Made to order.
    [Wireless] How To Create A Know-It-All Company - - Business Technology Leadership
    Wireless WANs and LANs. ); ); ); } document.write( ); if (document.getElementById(dclk1231)) { document.getElementById(dclk1231).src src = [link]. }. White Papers |. Blogs |. Video |. Webcasts |. Podcasts |. Events |. Solution Centers |. Newsletters |. RSS Feeds. How-To. Advice & Opinion. Research & Analysis. Careers. Topics. Infrastructure Applications Development Architecture. Personal IT Organization Enterprise Partner/Vendor. « Virtualization. VMware, MS Battle Over Virtualization Management. TECHNOLOGY. Infrastructure. Network. Network Monitoring. Internet. Security. Virus.
    [Wireless] Mobile Commerce Moves Up To Marketing Mega-Trend
    Hipcricket also won consecutive annual pioneer awards from CTIA — The Wireless Association. It was the brands that told us with their increased marketing spends that 2010 was The Year of Mobile. Now consumers are the ones showing us through their actions — reaching for their mobile phones at every step of the consumer journey, from researching products to making purchases — that this is the Year of Mobile Commerce. retailers. All of the data is aggregated and anonymous. Predictably, we are willing to spend more when shopping on the Internet. Online sales in the U.S percent).
    [Wireless] Being Lightweight: Tools We Use | Common Craft - Explanations In Plain English
    Home Network - We have all our computers, printers and music system hooked together wirelessly. The Common Craft Store. Our Client Productions. The Common Craft Show. our work. about us. contact. Home » Blog. Search Common Craft: Being Lightweight: Tools We Use. By leelefever on June 10, 2008 - 9:20am. Categories: beingsmall. business. cooltools. lesson. lightweight. ourwork. Comments: 17. This is the second in a series of posts about being lightweight. Our first was focused on working with clients and this installment is all about tools we use. If so, we look for alternatives. peace.
    [Wireless] Jumping Over a Mountain |
    Last year, among office colleagues, irritation at my “transferable&# have laptop-wireless-will-work anywhere. Covering social media business strategy and personal power. About. Speaking. Rockstars. Subscribe. Newsletters. Jumping Over a Mountain. May 22, 2008. believe this with all my heart: the way these new tools make the web work for us will (is!) dramatically impact the how/why/when of business communications and collaboration of all kinds. In ways, this impact is not too far afield from what Thomas Friedman talked about in THE WORLD IS FLAT. How far off am I?
  • SOSHABLE  |  MONDAY, JULY 22, 2013
    [Wireless] Five Tools No Business Can Go Without
    wireless headset will enable you to move around the office, examine computer screens, check files, and perform other tasks without being tethered to the phone system. Starting your own business takes a lot of hard work and dedication. Whether you are a sole proprietor, part of a small startup team, or branching out with a larger corporation, a few basic necessities will ensure the success of your business. These items will be integral to your workflow in the office and while you’re on the go. Take a look at these five must-haves for every business, large or small. 1. Data backups.
    [Wireless] Digital Mind State CEO Mike Johns: App Developers Must Capitalize, Digitize, Monetize
    Before he started Digital Mind State (whose clients include Flowd , the music lover’s social network) Mike was the driving force behind the brand UrbanWorld Wireless, where he was responsible for planning, business developing, marketing and brokering profitable business relationships with some of the biggest company names in the mobile industry including T-Mobile, Zed, Jamba, Fox Mobile, NBC, Fun Mobility, Nokia, and Microsoft. Mobile apps isn’t the only game in town. ” Look for the youth-focused channel to hit AT&T U-verse, Apple TV and Yahoo Connect TV.
    [Wireless] The Lipstick Index: 5 Ways Recession Is Changing Our Lives
    New Millennium Research Council study suggests  39% of the Americans cellphone subscribers are likely to cut back on wireless service if the recession deepens over the next six months. Coping with the global recession has become more of lifestyle adjustment. TrendsSpotting adds to the Lipstick Index and reports five ways recession is changing our daily lives: Latest fad in parenting “potty training&#. We are willing to dump our cellphone contracts & pare back on “extras&# such as texting and mobile web access. At the same time IBISWorld points out healthy 20.1% search
    [Wireless] ‘Curation,’ and journalists as curators
    By Mindy McAdams HOME BLOG ABOUT Teaching Online Journalism You will see something cool here if you upgrade your Flash player. Notes from the classroom and observations about today's practice of journalism online « What we now know about blogs Keep them coming back (how?) But when Jeff Jarvis talks about “curation&# — which he has been doing for quite a while now — he means the activities of sorting, choosing, and display, which museum curators perform based on their extensive knowledge of the subject area of an exhibit. Then consider the job of the museum curator.
  • THE WAY OF THE WEB  |  FRIDAY, JULY 16, 2010
    [Wireless] Live cross-platform mobile gaming arrives
    You’ll need to have Android 2.0 or higher, but the interesting thing is the open multiplayer platform framework which supports the different platforms, and also the range of wireless connectivity, including 3G and Wifi. Web Strategy Wikinomics Rankings ← Is Open Source the new black? Social networks don’t make students dumb → Live cross-platform mobile gaming arrives July 16th, 2010 · View Comments The idea of gaming with all your friends regardless of which console they use is fairly unusual, even today, but it’s already a reality in the mobile games market.
  • CHRIS BROGAN  |  MONDAY, MAY 2, 2011
    [Wireless] Sponsored Post – My Big Break
    He hired me away from my wireless telcom role based on what he saw in me from the PodCamp event that I cofounded with Christopher S. The following post is a Sponsored post for American Express OPEN, as part of their Big Break for Small Business program. There’s a contest involved. Swing by Visit to see the deal. NOTE: The thoughts and opinions of this post are mine and are in no way vetted or edited by any other entity. My Big Break. When people see success, they don’t often think about all the curves in the road that bring one to that place. Giving Back.
  • PROBLOGGER  |  MONDAY, JULY 25, 2011
    [Wireless] Six Things I Learned in My First Six Months as a Problogger
    Sure, they can afford wifi at home, but they still jump over to the free wireless often! This is a Guest Post by John Saddington of TentBlogger. Like many professional bloggers, my journey started years ago, as I dabbled in blogging for myself and for my friends. I’m not exactly sure when it happened, but it did—the date doesn’t matter much here. And, to be completely honest, I had really no idea of what I was doing at the time. Nearly a decade later, I jumped into the deep end, going pro as a full time blogger. Count your pennies. Practical application. Go free or go home.
    [Wireless] Managing Web Projects
    First, before anything else, to use these methods to manage web projects, you have to have a decent team in place that’s very communicative. I’m lucky to have hired Liz Stewart to run my projects for me, as we worked together back in the wireless telecom days. The Human Business Works team is spread out across several locations. This means that we rely on a lot of online tools to help us manage our workshifting as well as a few new methods for managing projects. thought I’d write out the methods (and some of the tools) I’m using to manage projects. Simplicity.
    [Wireless] Is Starbucks the Most Dangerous Competitor to Facebook? | E.
    What impact could Starbucks’ brand of wireless connectivity have on consumer behavior? Skip to content Skip to navigation Skip to footer Convince and Convert Blog: Social Media Strategy and Social Media Consulting Social Media Strategy Blog Social Media Consulting Blog Social Media Consulting Speaking Newsletter Free Social Media Tools Twitter Interviews About Lijit Search Is Starbucks the Most Dangerous Competitor to Facebook? Why would Starbucks need their own digital network? Plenty. games that typically require monthly fees. What’s Next (Potentially)? Where would Yahoo!
    [Wireless] SXSW Highlights: Why Social Discovery Mixed With Geo-Location Gets Marketers Lost
    Hipcricket also won consecutive annual pioneer awards from CTIA — The Wireless Association. Evolution, not revolution. That is what I witnessed first-hand as I walked around South By Southwest (SXSW) , the festival and conference hailed as a breeding ground for new ideas and creative technologies. In 2010, the Next Big Thing was location-based social networking , a mobile-megatrend CNN reminds us was led by the likes of Foursquare and Gowalla. Last year it was all about group messaging services such as GroupMe or Beluga. But what about the business value, let alone the results? Amen. ….
    [Wireless] Ignore Foursquare at Your Peril - An Analysis of Potential.
    Now, I’m not suggesting Foursquare will ever approach Twitter’s level of ubiquity, much less Facebook’s. Because Foursquare makes very little sense unless you’re in a physical location like a store, restaurant, etc. It has natural constraints on where and when you would use it to create content – just as Yelp does. But, if you are a business with a physical location (or you have clients that fit that bill) you need to pay attention to how Foursquare and geo-location can help you – and it can. chose geo-location apps as the topic for my session. link].
    [Wireless] Eurapp Project: Sizing And Stimulating Europe’s App Economy
    The explosion of mobile devices, the advance of increasingly improving wireless networks, and the adoption of cloud technologies by enterprises and developer companies alike, have moved the mobile app market into a boom phase. In the U.S. the Application Developers Alliance reports the App Economy is a significant driver, creating 519,000 jobs nationwide. Disclosure: I am also a GigaOM mobile analyst and involved with the Eurapp project, which will carry out interviews and surveys with various stakeholders in the App Economy to determine its key characteristics.). Workshop takeaways.
    [Wireless] What IFTTT Teaches Us About Automation
    With the evolution and creation of more input devices and additional wireless access becoming available, I only see more media choices occurring, not less. I like IFTTT ; the lesson (and value) clearly offered by the site is the need to simplify our online lives. As you may already know, IFTTT’s basic algorithmic building blocks allows people to build an easier social network life through automation in the form of “recipes” There are too many social network and tool options to be present everywhere. But sooner or later the peanut butter won’t spread any further.
    [Wireless] 5 Lessons From a Successful Influencer Marketing Program
    But I’ve ordered a nifty wireless charging pad for the phone, and I don’t know a phone on the market that doesn’t suffer on the battery front in the hands of a power user. A few weeks ago, I got a tweet out of the blue. It was an online friend, Jason Harris , I’d known through a few other people. He works with Nokia in the US. His tweet was short and to the point. Did I want to come hang out in Boston with him and a few other folks to have a few experiences, take some pictures with a Nokia Lumia phone, and give them some input? What the heck, right? Small circles, big impact. hundred?
    [Wireless] Presenters Failing the Social Media Communications Test | stuart henshall
    tend to put the slides together in the half hour before I get on stage, but given wireless link they could be directly posted. Stuart Henshall futurist + strategist + innovator … making "sense" actionable Blog About This Blog Old MT Blog About Profile Mosoci Phweet Writing Strategic Foresight Networks, Knowledge & Media Market Research Mobility Skype & VoIP My Daily Tweets Networks Twitter Facebook Linked In attended two conferences in the last week KMWorld and FutureVision. Still, rather than address the organizers I thought I’d address the presenters.
    [Wireless] NEW App Guide Brings Together Experts To Help You Make, Market & Monetize Mobile Apps
    With mobile app downloads pegged to reach a whopping 81 billion by end-2013 according to eMarketer, the pressure is on companies to tackle the business and technology challenges of making and marketing a winning app. To help organizations and developers succeed in this new App Economy I have joined with Jennifer Shambroom, top-producing marketing executive, to produce The Everything Guide To Mobile Apps: A practical guide to affordable mobile app development for your business (F+W Media Inc.). The popular 285-page guide, is NOW available as an ebook through the Amazon online book stores.
    [Wireless] Mobile Security: What’s REALLY At Stake For Mobile Operators
    After achieving another honours degree in Computer Science, he held positions with Caudwell Group, Anam Mobile and Sentry Wireless – before being acquired by AdaptiveMobile in 2011.  As mobile takes a center role in our lives —becoming the device we reach for to access information, conduct transactions and manage our homes, cars and daily routine — an increasing number of serious security concerns move to the forefront. Ciaran Bradley examines this evolution and the impact on key members of the ecosystem, particularly mobile operators. * * *. alone now own a smartphone. How can that be?
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