Brilliant, retro Captain Marvel
What does digital mean to you?
What does digital mean to you? I ask because the Karel Dörner and David Edelman of McKinsey article cites “… technology [or] … digital is a new way of engaging with customers [or] … it represents an entirely new way of doing business”
Both go on to say these definitions aren’t necessarily incorrect, however incomplete.
Google, Only Those Who Put in the Hard Work Will Show Up
There are no quick fixes to SEO. It is an activity that has to be worked on, and daily.
And this presentation talks about this.
Digital, Social & Mobile in 2015
A look at the digital, social and mobile space – interesting stuff here.
The demise of Google Reader – Feedly and FeeddlerRSS alternatives
Following the demise of Google Reader – below is the announcement on the site for those who have yet to download their data – I am evaluating both Feedly and FeeddlerRSS.
The full #typed note is here …
A round up of the digital space in 2013
An round-up of digital trends
(A post from 2012) I was undertaking a store check, snooping around the Co-op, and see that Amazon has an in-store collection point about to become operational.
QR Codes generate ROI for Scandinavian Airlines CP+B campaign
Scandinavian Airlines agency CP+B use QR Codes in this highly creative campaign.
A report from NetElixir.
Daily Mail seeking an SEO expert … job ad in robot.txt file
The Daily Mail, the font of all things knowledgeable, has advertised for an SEO expert.
The placement however is the clever approach – the job ad is in the robot.txt file – working on the assumption that if you know about these things, you’re likely to be interested in the role.
Do we still need websites?
Interesting article by Pete Blackshaw of Nielsen Online.
Newsweek publishes another infographic on where we are now …
The Tour de France 2010 stage by stage
The Wall Street Journal has created a stage-by-stage map of the 2010 Tour de France, with a difference.
The maps, using the Google map platform, are in 3D and allow you to look at both the terrain and altitude – bringing home the physical nature of the event for the cyclists.
Google maps to in-car sat nav
An example of DLA.
The full #typed note is here …
Keeping up via Glowdart
A new service is Glowdart -allowing a monitor or networked TV to roll through pre-selected feeds and your own Twitter and Facebook feed. The feeds include CNN, BBC News, AP News, Google News, YouTube and Hulu.
A social media, video and micro-blogging mash-up by Google
Google has just launched a viral mashup – a YouTube – social media – App game called Google Chrome Fastball – A Race Across The Internet.
Protecting your future, online
Much as been written about protecting yourself online. Another aspect is reputation management and control. Aren Grimshaw of Tonick Media [Link Expired] has put together a paper as a reminder of the dangers of posting personal information online.
Planning, A very useful guide to HTML5 … what is it? The full #typed note is here …
Very clever Uniqlo online activity
THA Ltd, the agency behind Uniqlo have created a banner ad campaign that is very very clever.
If you take only a point form something (below is interesting but yet again regurgitates statistics without referencing the outcome (so what?) – then it is ‘the super-fresh web. The full #typed note is here …
Google follows Microsoft
Google have followed Microsoft with a new ad for Chrome which is so bad that is seems to be a contest. Firefox next?
Universities can lead the digital charge
It is over a decade since I first wrote about New Neutrality. Then, it was seen a far off Armageddon – something that really couldn’t happen.
How things can change.
US regulators have halted closed-door meetings intended to find a way to make sure all web data is treated equally. The Federal Communications Commission began the meetings after a court limited its net regulation powers. The FCC faced criticism over the meetings by groups that supported the principle known as net neutrality.
Planning, a paper by David Gillespie – interesting and worthwhile reading.
Research, a presentation on online marketing