Google has released their brand new Television/ Internet viewing 1-2 punch, so cleverly dubbed: Google TV. To give your viewer the best TV experience there are some optimizations steps you can take.
Consumers are engaging with wide ranges of digital tools when making purchasing decisions whether they are online or in stores and across various industries. Post-shopping behavior is also visibly being altered by these new platforms.
A number of envisionit media employees are iPhone users. We love the phone, but probably not as much as Stuart Hughes, who was recently commissioned $8 million by two businessmen in Australia to trick out their phones with more than 100 karats worth of diamonds.
Does your restaurant embrace the latest and greatest in technology? Your restaurant has a Facebook page, big deal. You have a Twitter stream where you tweet the latest addition to the menu, so what. Oh, and you offer customers deals on Foursquare, how innovative. Your restaurant is hopelessly 2009 if the wine list isn’t on an iPad. Observe:
What a week for Gap. A brief timeline:
It’s been confirmed that Google has recently begun testing some new language above the right side of their search results pages, where their paid ads are housed. These have historically been (and probably still are for most readers) labeled “Sponsored Links.” But before long you may see a new label…
In many ways, The Social Network is a film the Facebook juggernaut deserves, mirroring the site and its creator in dexterity and media contention. And really, Real Zuck shouldn’t worry—it’s unlikely anyone will delete their Facebook account because his fictionalized self comes off as slightly abrasive.
Thanks in part to the iPad, the tablet is enjoying a shining moment. Object of nerd lust, topping technophile Christmas lists everywhere, tablets are a bridge between smartphone and computer—and the mobility factor opens up a world of possibilities.
In July, we did a post to help you start planning for holiday optimization and creative ideas. Now we’re going to tell you that if you haven’t started planning for the holidays yet, you are behind!
With its new virtual Credits, Facebook hopes to open a new door to a potential multi-billion dollar revenue source.