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Samsung’s Galaxy S4 Is Great But No iPhone Killer

Lance Ulanoff recently posted an opinion piece about the new Samsung Galaxy S4. “Please stop asking me if the Samsung Galaxy S4 is better than the iPhone 5, and stop calling every new smart phone a potential iPhone killer. Any new phone could be a killer if you consider a thousand small cuts a prelude to […]

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Qualcomm Bus Stop Experience

Qualcomm is synonymous with mobile. To highlight this, they have created a viral video which focusses on the Qualcomm bus stop experience. The bus stop ads were replaced with URLs and copy asking if people were bored or wanted to see something different. Visitors who visited the website saw one of three various and exciting surprises. All […]

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Post Suggestions?

We have received emails and messages with post suggestions in the past and so today we launched an interactive wall via Padlet to make the process even easier. You can write a suggestion or paste a link or photo and you do not have to register or login to the site. While we cannot guarantee […]

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Maritz and Badgeville Join Forces to Gamify Customer and Employee Loyalty

ST. LOUIS and REDWOOD CITY, Calif., Feb. 27, 2013 /PRNewswire/ — Maritz, the leader in customer loyalty and employee motivation services, and Badgeville, the #1 gamification platform, today announced a partnership to transform the traditional customer loyalty, sales incentive and employee recognition market. With Badgeville leading the explosive growth of the gamification industry with hundreds […]

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Google Glass Preview

Google Glass is finally here, at least for early adopters willing to shell out $1,500 for the prototype shades and agree to serve as test subjects for the next few months. Through a series of processors, sensors and communication devices, Google Glass connects users with others in their social circles, provides instant information, augments reality […]

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Facebook Engagement Tips

Facebook engagement is key to most social programs. Facebook is the largest social network in the US and chances are that your current customers, potential customers and competitors are there already. Just having a profile is not enough though. There are many reasons for this; there are too many reasons to list here in fact. […]

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Email Overload: 2012 Email Stats

The average person spends about 28% of their week managing email. The average CEO gets 200-300 emails PER DAY!! Email overload? We have worked with CEOs who had over 70,000 unread messages in their inbox; it was absolutely costing them business. Email overload and email management is a key conversation we have with clients. We […]

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Employees Win Right to Complain on Social Media

If your business regularly scours Facebook, Twitter and other social media for negative comments from employees, you may want to think twice before firing them. Thanks to a National Labor Relations Board ruling handed down in late December 2012, a national law passed in 1935 that protects workers’ rights to strike or picket in front […]

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Superbowl Ads Start Early

For decades, the annual Superbowl broadcast had been the launching platform for the most innovative and, sometimes, controversial television ads of the year. As the event within the event, viewers have come to expect entertainment, with the ads themselves often outshining the play on the field for brilliance while others are worthy of the promotional […]

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Where to find news online

People seem to think that news happens faster today. I say that news is happening as fast but our access to it is enhanced. Not necessarily faster, access is enhanced in that we can now be pushed articles and stories that the web thinks we will like. After reading, we can then share these with […]

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