Barry Feldman is a content marketing consultant, copywriter, social media advisor and more. This post has been adapted from an original version on his blog, Feldman Creative. Just four years ago, I felt like you do.
I spoke to someone the other day, who, like me, was trying to sell nascent technology/solutions to businesses who, largely, were less inclined to buy, let alone, understand these new products/services. This gentleman imparted a conversation he had with a current client, who was frustrated with the way things are today to sell his service: …
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In celebration of Apple’s release of OS X Yosemite yesterday, Tumblr has today released a desktop version of its software which allows you to share content directly from your desktop to your Tumblr page.
Today Facebook updated its Messenger app for iOS with a feature that’s sure to bring out the artist in everyone. Now you can draw and type directly on photos from your camera roll before you whisk them off to your friends.
Facebook is adding a feature called ‘Safety Check‘ to help its users broadcast their health and whereabouts during natural disasters. The tool will be available on the Web, iOS, Android and feature phones.