Archive for the ‘Industry Trends’ Category

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Jun 21, 2010
What some get energized about, others see as B.S.  We’re talking cow manure here. (more…) Read More
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Jun 1, 2010
Web 2.0 Expo San Francisco, held in May, was the perfect venue for the launch of new products and services. One of interest to the many web enthusiasts in attendance was Microsoft Tag. It just ended its beta program and is now offering services free of charge. (more…) Read More
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May 24, 2010
As the media landscape shifts and marketing tools like social media and email blossom, you may want to sharpen your knowledge about CAN-SPAM compliance.  Who needs to comply, why, and how have been addressed.  Now we get to the real meat of keeping spam off the table. (more…) Read More
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May 17, 2010
We came. We checked-in. We saw. We tweeted. Most importantly, we learned. And then we blogged about it. We had the great opportunity to attend Free State Social, which was hopefully the first annual of many Free State Social events to come. While there have been a vast number of recaps, write-ups, etc. following the event (and you can find most of them in the recap section of the Free State Social website), below is a small collection of the things that impacted us most.… Read More
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May 10, 2010
Convenience and cost-effectiveness are driving email campaigns to the top of the marketing toolbox these days. The reason, in part, is due to the economy, but also because more businesses are capitalizing on the rise in popularity of mobile devises and social networking sites. These digital marketing avenues also present new breeding grounds for unsolicited commercial email (spam). (more…) Read More
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Apr 13, 2010
This is in response to the entire tree hugging mockery. To those who won’t invest in sustainable practices or simply make recycling, reducing, and reusing a daily routine because it is a waste of time. And time is money. But let’s consider another argument rarely made on behalf of greenery. One that appeals to all capitalists: It makes business sense. (more…) Read More
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Mar 2, 2010
Miami, Florida was the venue of this year’s conference and it did not disappoint. The following are responses to the question, “What is your largest takeaway from Parallel’s Summit 2010?” To make this more interesting, see if you can match the response to the appropriate person/organization. The respondents are: A. Taylor Giddens, Codero B. Andy Mahler, Applicure C. Alyssa Felda, Parallels D. Leeor Geva, LMG Solutions LLC (more…) Read More
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Feb 15, 2010
One of the newer features in Mozilla Firefox is called private browsing.  The intent of private browsing is to prevent others who access your computer from knowing what sites you have been to.  While on the surface this may work to keep your boss, co-workers, wife and kids from knowing what sites on the Internet you are viewing, it’s not going to keep the government from finding out if they really want to. That’s right: Big Brother is Watching… and now they want to write… Read More