Invisible. It is tempting to believe that we will continue to see the growth of faster and more connected devices becoming further ingrained into our personal lives. And if you can’t live without your phone, like 80% of knowledge workers – you know where I am coming from. I was attending the UXCAMP at the… Continue reading What does the future of Mobile Communications look like?
Note: – If you wish to be contacted by an Aabstract Executive to discuss your project send us an email – (contact info, synopsis of problem/project, start date) Welcome to the new age of the entrepreneur. Large corporations are stagnating on service, old and young entrepreneurs are growing out of the wood-work. With the almost… Continue reading Can Social Media make you money?
Twitter, in a very short amount of time has become a serious force within the Media Landscape. With millions of users and hundreds of millions of tweets daily, twitter provides a quick, effective, personal outlet to entrepreneurs looking to develop and nurture their customer base. Twitter is actually one of the simplest social media tools… Continue reading Twitter Marketing for fun and profit
More importantly, what can it do for you? The world is a stage and everybody is talking. Social Media is a platform that allows individuals to talk and share their lives. And talking they are. Millions of conversations, tweets, chats and texts are bouncing about the internet daily. Online searches, comments and emails are flying… Continue reading What is Social Media Monitoring?
Steve Richards over at Econsultancy has a very important message to CEO’s We’ve seen a real shift this year in the understanding of how social media can be integrated within consumer-facing organizations. The conversation has moved on from ‘how do we get involved in social media’ to ‘which areas of the business do consumers expect… Continue reading Social media: what happens when the L-plates come off? | Econsultancy
“You see,” he said, “The people at these companies – these ad agencies – that have built them through the 50s and 60s and 70s, they want to retire, and they own more stock in the companies than the companies can afford to pay them. They have to sell.” And the holding companies, of course,… Continue reading The Gnashing of Teeth