I know, it has never been fair to the people who reside outside the US. Or I should just say downright frustrating. At the age of the internet – there should not be a victim of geological restriction to internet content. No matter how the companies want to twist the story – It is not acceptable. So, for now, we live in a limited world of access. Having said that; some of us rebel enough to bend the boundaries set by some “companies”.
Anticipating the arrival of Google Glass is much like waiting for a child to be born. Will the child really come out looking like Crazy Uncle Henry or will he resemble a much cooler, hipper young cousin? Will he be as bright as his parents claim or simply become the class clown, bright, but too unfocused to get much done? Will he be full of talent, but too dorky to be taken seriously?
Half of the excitement surrounding Google Glass are the questions: what hopes will be fulfilled? Where will it fall short? After all the hype surrounding this new technology there are sure to be opinions on both sides.
It is never easy to get a small business up and running. From finding funding and new employees to getting the licenses needed to operate, small business owners have to think of everything in order to be successful. Social media is no exception. Today’s consumers are more active on social networks than ever before and this trend shows no sign of slowing. As your small business begins to develop its social media marketing strategy, you want to know who your target audience is, where you can best reach them on social media. Then, you reach one of the most difficult obstacles: content. What type of content should we be sharing and how should we share it. Focus on these three things and starting up your small business’s social media presence will hit the ground running.
Every business needs a mobile version of their website. With 83% of the population owning a phone, and with over 55% of those phones being smartphones, cell phones are being used more and more to browse the web on the go. For businesses to make a name for themselves and their products, they need to get their name out there and keep it out there. The easiest way to do that is to keep up with the trends of society, and the latest trend is mobile browsing. Here are the top 5 reasons why a business needs to create a mobile website to be able to keep up with that trend.
In advertising, word of mouth is king.
For years, companies relied on word of mouth to create a strong and loyal customer base for their brand. Before the Internet and social media, “word of mouth” was a more literal term, referring to the recommendations of friends and family to drive consumers through the front door. Now it’s a marketing phrase that’s gone digital. Consumer review sites and social networks drive advertising power than can’t be bought because it comes from the source—honest reviewers.