If you’re an avid golfer looking to improve your game a new technology device is available to monitor your swing called SwingTIP Golf Swing Analyzer. The device is a Bluetooth-enabled 3-D motion sensor that you attach to your golf club. It records data about your swing and can send details to a special website or apps running on iOS or Android devices.
Top 10 Reasons Why Social Media Should Be Part Of Every Business Marketing ...Virtual-Strategy MagazineBefore any business gets involved in marketing via Social Media, a general understanding of what Social Media is, why a business should be...
Some teachers embrace technology and social media. Others lurk. Many ignore. So what does the average teacher do if they’re somewhere in the middle? Why, use the handy infographic from Online Colleges of course!
Above you’ll see a guide to who is using social media (pretty much everyone is aware of it) to which actual social networks they prefer.
June 2012, a new edition of my World Map of Social Networks, showing the most popular social networking sites by country, according to Alexa & Google Trends ("@saladeprensa: Mapa mundial de #RedesSociales: el dominio de Facebook
In this age of social networking, social platforms users are becoming bombarded by constant status updates from friends and acquaintances as well as news from articles from influencers and media outlets.
This Infographic from Mogreet weighs the effectiveness of “Narrowcast” vs. “Broadcast” as it relates to social and mobile marketing.
Narrowcasting marks an emerging trend by which consumers are sharing content with smaller, more selective audiences. In contrast to broadcasting, narrowcasting is about tailoring information to better compel the recipients. It’s a competitive alternative, as evidenced by this infographic from Mogreet. While broadcasting gets a brand’s message out to a massive group of people, when it comes to who is actually reading and engaging with the content, the numbers are staggeringly low.
For example, 84% of Facebook news feed stories aren’t viewed,
71% of tweets get ignored and 88% of emails go unopened. Meanwhile, 98% of text messages are opened, and therefore, companies that market through SMS/MMS have a far truer reach.
In a sea of noise marketers need to know how to get through to their customers.
It's not news that the noise on the social platforms is getting louder. It's becoming harder to stand out from the crowd. Many Facebook pages are finding themselves at a social table for one with little conversation going on ...
Europe’s passion for shipping container architecture is well-noted. All across the continent, developments are springing up that showcase the best of this modern, versatile and sustainable building practice.
The UK alone has been host to a barrage of shipping container developments, perhaps most notably in the shipping container pop-up shopping district. ,Located on London’s Shoreditch High Street, the ‘Boxpark’ has been heralded as the first of its kind. This environmentally friendly shopping zone was constructed from 60 standard-sized recycled shipping containers stacked in rows of five, with each standing two storeys high. Following the success of the Boxpark comes the equally temporary Wahaca Southbank Experiment, located on the outdoor terrace of the Queen Elizabeth Hall at the Southbank Centre in London...
The 8 Biggest Failures With Social Media MarketingBusiness 2 CommunityThe 8 Biggest Failures With Social Media Marketing Failing in your social media marketing efforts? Maybe you tried social media and didn't see much lift.
It's not just mobile health (mHealth) that is growing fast. The overall digital health sector - which includes mHealth, B2B apps and consumer services such as ZocDoc - is also rapidly expanding. That's if venture capital funding is anything to go by.
BetaKitKids' Social Network PixyKids Rebrands As Kazaana, Heads Into BetaTechCrunchPixyKids, a Silicon Valley-based startup building a social media platform for children ages 6 to 12 and their families, is launching into open beta today and rebranding...
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