It's all I wanted in a phone, plus a girlfriend named Siri. MicroUpdate 8-1-14: I was talking to my daughter today about her iPhone C. She really wants a 5…
So how long before the Microsoft technology lock is broken? We've got Android and Mac OS. We've got Google Docs that can read and write Office products. We've got superior hardware from every other manufacturer.
The rest is still business as usual. Either they respond in a timely manner or they don't. And while this doesn't necessarily give you insight into their potential response, it does give you information about "message received" and "message opened."
Five Key Email Marketing Trends - 2014 ExactTarget 1. Advanced Personalization 2. Triggered Sophistication 3. Smart Rendering 4. Unique Voice 5. Inspired Fundamentals
There's too much money and momentum for social media or social sharing to go away. But Zuck's days are limited. Just as Microsoft has fallen from the top of the OS and App pile, so will Facebook fall from the top of the Social Network heap. But the company/platform to take it's place has probably not been launched yet.
The major networks are where you should spend 90% of your time. These include (Twitter, Facebook, Linkedin, Google+, they include Pinterest, but I'd put them in other, for being useful in some very specific vertical areas like: food, furniture, home furnishings, witty sayings to share)
How do some of the best designers in the world come up with such a simple fail? Was it the export from InDesign that didn't carry the links correctly? Was it a failure in Adobe's software? Or just a failure in Adobe's design team?
That's the problem with ebooks. They are often repackaged slide presentations that are very light on actionable information. C. Penn is a social pro. His ebook is a small section of a real book. And you get valuable information even from this short excerpt.
The most important tidbit, that has become a maxim of mine, "Fail Faster."
What's the best social channel for your B2B campaigns? How do you reach the C-Suite executive who really makes the decisions on Facebook or Linkedin? Adobe has shared some insights that are more about the consumer (B2C) space.