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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It is really encouraging to read the results of this case study involving Buffalo Wild Wings. Not because their wings are the best (Wing Stop has them hands down), but because they are engaging their customers in the proper place in the sales funnel. Last year was a banner year for mobile development, if only […]
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My dad told me very early on in life that it matters what others say about you, which of course is absolutely right. At some point or another, you will need someone to vouch for your skills and abilities. It will help to have people in your corner. At the same time, it’s just as […]
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Fun weekend reading here. It does seem a little ridiculous that marketing is doing its very best to brand everything this way.
What happened to making a great product and letting that be its own service?
Blog Post: This Blog as a Service
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The headline is a quote from my favorite thought leader Seth Godin. I discovered him way later than I wish I would have, because I wish I would have started doing things his way much sooner. This quote he made in a 2003 TED talk made me think of something very topical: the yearly CES convention […]
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