I’ve been following The Marketing Technology Blog by Douglas Karr, and I’m in awe of him and his natural blogging ability. He blogs on his topic daily, sometimes more, and produces really well thought out posts. As a result, he has built a strong following on his blog that is rivaled by very few. And […]
Go to Portland, Oregon, and you’ll find everyone there talking about Voodoo Doughnut. They talk about the caffeinated doughnut. The chocolate-glazed chocolate doughnut rolled in Cocoa Puffs cereal. Or the voodoo-doll-shaped doughnut that bleeds raspberry filling when impaled with a pretzel pin.
Then there’s Innocent. The UK company launched a campaign called “Supergran,” in which […]
I love my iPod, but apparently so do scores of tenacious hackers. These rogues have created a number of iPod hacks even though Apple hasn’t opened its architecture. The iPod’s closed architecture is good at keeping competitors at bay. But it also limits what users can ultimately do with the device.
But here’s the real […]
Many large enterprises are now monitoring and listening to online conversations about their brand. In this podcast you will learn what firms like Sony and Wal-Mart are hearing and discovering in the process. WARNING: Some of these findings may surprise you!
I conducted an interview with Jim Nail, Chief Strategy officer for Cymfony, a TNS […]
Discover for yourself what’s new in technology and technology marketing at the must-attend event of the year Software2007. Speakers include Steve Ballmer, CEO of Microsoft; Marc Benioff, chairman and CEO of Salesforce.com; Hasso Plattner, co-founder of SAP AG; Ed Zander, chairman and CEO of Motorola and many more.
I interviewed M.R. Rangaswami, Software2007 executive conference […]