Interesting reading today on GigaOm regarding the line in the sand Apple has drawn over apps that track UDIDs. The mobile device leader will now start rejecting apps that utilize the unique identifier, which could mean great things for the platform and third-party developers. While it may seem incongruous to most, allowing apps to track […]
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My work is in the automotive industry. There is a lot of fluff in helping market cars to the masses. We can get caught up in conversation about heat map analysis on websites, social platform integration and custom lot views, but in the end we have to be focused on the one thing that can […]
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The past few days haven’t been my favorite, mainly because I found out my maternal grandfather doesn’t have much time left. He’s lived a long, full life, but he’s tired and deserves to rest. Sometimes, we just get a bug and never get better. As a result, I’ve been talking a lot with family and […]
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As more and more web traffic (including email) trends towards mobile, it is important to take into consideration how your messages will be received by each OS. This infographic is a great representation.
Keep in mind your intended audience, and the way that demographic accesses your transmission of information. Is it optimized? Is the resolution a roadblock? Can you display it a different way?
All these questions need to be answered and more if you want to deliver a clear and attractive message to your audience.
Blog Post: Beware How Each #Mobile OS Displays Email
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While certain parts of the tech community will laugh at my headline, the mobile space is definitely listening in terms of the last week. Yahoo has for sure thrown the gauntlet down in terms of grabbing users’ attention. For those that haven’t downloaded them yet, the Internet dinosaur released a new iOS weather app last […]
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We all have agendas, including myself. I’m here because I’m passionate about a few aspects of my work and I devoted this space to shed some light on it. Others want to see products or services, while some have a particular message they want to push forward. When I disagree with someone’s opinion, it’s not […]
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While many of the stats released in this Nielsen report on mobile technology trends, the one that stands out is related to shopping. Nearly a quarter of all mobile users currently make purchases through their device. Mind you, we are at the dawn of the mobile revolution, and one in four mobile users buying stuff. […]
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There are times in the life of a blogger where you want to run to your keyboard and vomit the events of life for all to read. When I was a columnist in college, it provided far too many opportunities to share too much too soon. Often, it was probably funny to read the ramblings […]
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Most in the lean startup community have been telling us for years that we can go to market with the smallest version of a product and start learning how the market will react to it. That mindset has led to a fantastical ideological revolution of product development. Of course, there are some organizations where a […]
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