Last week we explored the first five of the Top 10 content marketing tips you need to know. Today we’ll dive a little deeper, while acknowledging that this is a vast topic. To keep up on content marketing trends I suggest you follow the Content Marketing Institute blog.
Here are the final five of the Top 10 content marketing tips you need t [...]
Two bills being voted on next week in the House of Representatives contain language that could censor the Internet in ways you would never imagine.
The Stop Online Piracy Act (SOPA) in the House of Representatives and the Protect IP Act (PIPA) in the Senate are well meaning, but if passed, will be destructive to internet freedoms we’ve [...]
This article was originally published at Oxstein Labs.
Facebook Places has been live for almost two weeks now. Have you tried it out? Do you plan to? Do you care? Only 19% of the worldwide cell phone market is smart phones and the word on the street is that Foursquare users are happy with Foursquare.
That will undoubtedly change. Foursq [...]
This article originally ran at Oxstein Labs.
Geo-location or Location Based Services (LBS) are getting more press all the time. In the same way we have heard for a few years that mobile computing would be the next huge thing, we are now hearing about Foursquare, Gowalla, Wrrrl, Loopt and Brightkite.
On a side note, only 42% of Americans c [...]
Twitter just went one step beyond the geolocation feature it debuted last year. The new Twitter Places feature integrates with Foursquare and Gowalla to allow people to tweet the name of their location anywhere in the world.
As this service launches across 65 countries this week, it will be another brick on the geolocation path that is [...]