When Google launched their brand new search engine enhancement Google Instant two weeks ago it sent the whole world of SEO/SEM into a frenzy. Every search marketer was asking questions, and nobody had any answers. (I can picture the nightmares already) But don’t worry search marketers you can slip on your onesies and sleep uninterrupted, because EIM has some answers for you.
Interactive agency envisionit media launches ROOF on theWit, a downtown Chicago rooftop bar and lounge. Exciting new website functionality that allows visitors to Stay on Top, Request a Reservation online, and submit a private event RFP!
Nielsen recently released a State of Mobile Apps report. It’s mainly a collection of nice graphs depicting how we use mobile, based on the Nielsen App Playbook Study of 4,000 people.
This week, techie journalism professor Dan Sinker discussed apps vs. mobile web, mobile advertising, and why you always need a mobile site. Today, he finishes with what to consider when developing for mobile.
In today’s world, mobile websites are a necessity for any organization or business. What are some of the key characteristics when developing for mobile web versus developing an app?
As an intern in interactive marketing, I’m beginning to see that Twitter has a lot more to offer than updates of my friend wondering why the hipster baristas at Starbucks aren’t as surly as usual.
In some ways those options get better with mobile because you suddenly have the location factor to be able to search stuff up, but your inventory needs get better at that point because what’s relevant location-wise is a very finite thing. What’s relevant to me here in Chicago might not be relevant if I lived in Tinley Park. I’m not going to suddenly come into the city because there’s a lunch special down the street.
When does it make sense to develop an application for your mobile device? Some insight from Dan Sinker of CellStories.
We are extremely excited to announce that our work for the Carol’s Cookies website was nationally recognized by OMMA Magazine! Today we were named as one of 3 finalists in the Retail category for Website Excellence for the Carol’s Cookies site.
Google Instant is their brand new enhancement to their search engine that shows you search results the second you start typing. That’s right ladies and gentlemen you don’t even have to hit the search key. Not only that, they’ve enhanced the prediction features to help guide you if you don’t find exactly what you’re looking for, or if you just don’t feel like typing the whole thing out J. (No need to worry, this does not affect the ranking of search results).