Integration and Experimentation in Social Business
The stat that jumped out at me, and what I want to bring to the surface today, is that while American companies are quick to jump in and play around with social tactics and strategies, European companies think harder about their adoption and work to integrate those processes at the same time…
Call AT&T To Remove Unwanted Add-Ons, Lose Unlimited Data
Michael is one of the remaining unlimited data customers at AT&T Wireless, and got to keep this plan after upgrading to a shiny new iPhone 4S earlier this year. At least he thought he did. When he signed his new contract, he accidentally ended up with some add-ons he hadn’t requested, like roadside assistance and insurance on his phone. He called to remove these, and somehow this resulted in his losing his unlimited data plan and switching to a mere 3-gigabyte one.
I’ve had one of AT&T’s unlimited data plans since I first got an iPhone 3GS not quite three years ago…
Facebook Marketing: Improve Results Based On The Numbers [Research]
One thing that marketers and investors learned from Facebook’s high profile IPO is that it’s a social media platform driven by engagement. So what do marketers need to know about this social media platform to improve their marketing?
Separate research studies done by Buddy Media and Dan Zarrella of Hubspot highlight ways marketers can maximize their Facebook effectiveness.
To help you, here are eleven points to guide your Facebook engagement…
3 Steps to Getting Started With Social Media
Angry Grandma Shoots MacBook and iPhone [VIDEO]
Here’s a grandmother that really can’t stand Apple products — she hates them so much, in fact, that she unloads dozens of bullets into a MacBook Pro and a couple of iPhones.
Of course, it’s all just a marketing campaign for a company called Clearplex, which produces screen protectors for mobile phones, tablets and computers.
The video is fun enough to watch, although many commenters on YouTube (and we tend to agree) did not appreciate the somewhat awkward narration that seems to mimic Apple’s promo flicks…
Android Is the Top Brand Among LGBT Consumers [STUDY]
Windows Phone 8 and Two Other Stories You Need to Know
Re: Path Analysis – Useful or Not?
Sales Success: 6 Simple Rules
MTV’s ‘MADE’ Seeks New Followers With Twitter-Inspired Name Change
Where the Hell Is Matt? All Over the World, as Usual [VIDEO]
Remember “Where the Hell Is Matt,” a viral video from 2008 in which game designer Matt Harding travels around the world, dancing his dance in dozens of unlikely places? Well, four years later, Matt is back, and he’s still dancing.
This time, he’s been to places like Kigali, Rwanda; Damascus, Syria; Poria, Papua New Guinea; Pyongyang, North Korea and Kapon, Thailand, among many others.
In fact, some of the cities Matt has visited didn’t make it into the final cut, but Matt promises to add them to the outtakes video which will become available soon…
7 Cool Gadgets to Chill Your Summer Drinks
This miniature USB-powered refrigerator will keep one can of drink nicely chilled. For that authentic fridge look, a blue LED light turns on when you open the door.
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Nothing beats an ice-cold beverage on a hot summer day. To save you from warm beer, tepid wine and unchilled cans, we have gathered up seven solutions to cool down your drink of choice.
Whether you’re looking for a desktop gadget, a stylish solution for your kitchen countertop or a novelty mini-fridge, we have found a gizmo to suit…