As with many previous iPhone launches, the following week is filled with reviews, rundowns and, in recent years, the launch of a new operating system.
iOS 6 went live at around 1 p.m. EST and boasts a slew of new features including a native Apple-designed map and turn-by-turn navigation app, VIP email lists and, most important for small business owners, Passbook.
Today, Twitter rolled out an update to their desktop and mobile platforms that increases engagement by emphasizing visual content. Similar to Facebook's banner images, Twitter has intorduced a profile header photo that will live behind the normal profile photo or avatar on a user's profile page. For users of Path (iOS), this will seem very familiar.
The iPhone 5 Analysis: Features, Reception, and Future
On Wednesday, the hugely anticipated (now-annual) Apple keynote introduced the iPhone 5 along with an updated iPod Touch, and iPod Nano. While the entire iOS family received pretty dramatic and impressive makeovers, the iPhone 5 is undoubtedly the star of the show. After a full year of rumors surrounding the features, Apple’s iPhone 5 has been met with mixed opinions, but so far, people are mostly satisfied with the redesigned and upgraded iPhone.
By now, it's really no mystery that including social media as part of a digital marketing strategy (or any marketing strategy, for that matter) is a must. Unfortunately, many small businesses never make it past the initial setup of their business' profile. May I submit my guesses:
As internet marketers, we say this all the time—“Content is king.” And truthfully, it is. If you have the time and resources to develop and distribute relevant and engaging content, then you really can work wonders for your brand awareness and positioning on the internet, as well as build those ever-so-powerful external links from reputable sources.
This Back-to-School Blog Tips series is focused on helping college students establish their personal brands by utilizing one of the most proven and effective online brand strategies: starting, maintaining and growing a blog. Last week we broke down the three major blogging platforms and today we will tackle another common blog stressor: choosing a topic.
You know the election season is tightening when you see the candidates really pushing hard on TV. You really know the election season is upon us when the fundraising money is strewn across the amber waves of grain— or the World Wide Web in this instance.
In today’s digital marketing environment, it seems that every new trend becomes old hat in a matter of weeks. One practice that will never go away, though, is producing great content. And the best, most proven way to consistently bring it to market is by writing a killer blog.
Your business' website is the single most important internet marketing tool you have, and it needs to be optimized with great content and offer a great user experience. Easier said than done, right? Well let's look at one specific piece of the puzzle: navigation.