We all know Google as the Internet company hellbent on indexing the web, but sixteen years in the data business has made way for other equally impressive Internet tools. These projects serve as a testament to how technology, data, and the Internet create unique opportunities to explore, preserve, and solve problems of the world. Music […]Read more "4 Data-Fueled Google Products You Didn’t Even Know Existed"
With all of the e-wallet driven discussions of e-commerce and social commerce, it’s easy to forget how brick and mortar stores will also evolve based on technology. This informative video by Australia-based Prendi Labs illustrates the “Store of the Future,” equipped with near field communications (NFC), remote POS systems, and augmented reality displays. Prendi Labs infers that […]Read more "Why the store of the future is like walking into Amazon.com"
Now’s the time when authorities and influencers share their predictions on the top trends in media and marketing for the new year. I am not an authority or influencer (yet), but I have a prediction of my own. . . . Video Marketing! Although my prediction isn’t novel, I predict marketers will use social media […]Read more "And The No. 1 Social Media Marketing Trend for 2015 is…"
Facebook announced new functionality for publishers that’s sure to get content in front of the right people and further refine measurement. The most interesting functionality is Interest Targeting. You know that section in your profile where you select the music, tv shows, movies, and sports teams (etc.) you like? Publishers will now be able to […]Read more "How Facebook’s new Interest Targeting will make posts irresistibly clickable"
Work. Now. Locally. That’s what the Wonolo app allows people to do and it’s a pretty powerful concept. Wonolo is the product of Yong Kim and AJ Brustein and spawned from a combination of the difficulties their wives had finding work flexible enough to do with young children and commonly themed conversations from Coca-Cola managers not being able to […]Read more "Mobile Technology + Sharing Economy + Corporate America = Wonolo? Yes. It does."