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Be Merry & Bright (#25DaysOfTech) Posted on December 25, 2012

From our family to yours, a very, very Happy Holidays!


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Mobile Marketing Is Everywhere…Are You? (#25DaysOfTech) Posted on December 24, 2012

Guest post from J.P. Krainz Nearly half of all adults in America own a smartphone today and an impressive 70 percent of smartphone owners use their devices while shopping in-store. Consumers are increasingly doing price research, reading product reviews and purchasing direct from their mobile device. With the rise in mobile marketing, now is the perfect […]


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What Would Kevin McCallister Do? (#25DaysOfTech) Posted on December 23, 2012

We’re all familiar with Home Alone. The scream that made Macaulay Culkin famous. The Christmas cheer intermixed with Joe Pesci howling in pain. It’s a classic. But the real question is this: How much better would Kevin have been at duping the Wet Bandits if he’d had technology on his side? Let’s break down the […]


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Make Your Wunderlist, Check It Twice (#25DaysOfTech) Posted on December 22, 2012

Of all the organizational tools I’ve tried and tested over the years, one of the best I’ve come across to manage the facets of my personal, professional and collegiate life, Wunderlist 2 by 6Wunderkinder is at the top of my list. The simple interface seamlessly integrates with all major mobile and PC platforms running Windows, iOS […]


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Resolve to Lose the AVEs in 2013 (#25DaysOfTech) Posted on December 21, 2012

As we all consider New Year’s resolutions for 2013, the marketing and PR community needs to take another serious look at measurement and resolve to break away from the inflated impression numbers and ad equivalency that have dominated wrap-up reports for years. Some of the most exciting developments in the public relations industry the past […]


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The New MySpace is My Kind of Space (#25DaysOfTech) Posted on December 20, 2012

I recently got an invite to check out the new MySpace, and I’m ready for it to take down Facebook. It is no secret that I am increasingly fed up with Facebook’s inability to use a nice interface for media, stick with a solid navigation tree or get a decent newsfeed algorithm. So I may […]


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