Before a transaction has even been completed, there is a path that the consumer took to get to your online place of business. The efforts that you have taken to be noticed is what we call marketing.
Cisco Systems recently released some information stating that video consumption on the internet is going to account for 84% of internet usage by 2018, rising from the current 78%. You could be thinking that these numbers mean nothing, but actually this translates to 20 billion dvds, or 96 billion gigabytes, and that is a lot of funny cat videos!
Last month San Francisco highway operators were victim to multiple hacker pranks. Temporary traffic control signs were brought onto Van Ness Ave due to the Bay to Breakers event. The annual footrace often causes backups on Van Ness Ave and Lombard St.
After years of rumors, the inevitable is happening: Apple is gearing up to build a smartwatch.
Multinational telecommunications firm, Vodaphone reveals that authorities spy on their networks asking for immediate access to them.
I remember the old cliché, “as long as I can make and receive a call, that’s all I need”. At face value this is what mobiles are for, to keep in touch. Keeping in touch has taken on a whole new definition in the 21st Century, with social media and instant messaging at the forefront of digital communication. As competition heats up, consumers have been afforded a wide variety of communication options. Using these mediums does come at a price and the price is data.
Human interaction has become so virtual that our emotions are based on the interactions we have online. A new study has let the cat out the bag, how our Facebook friends react, or rather the lack thereof, to our public statements that can have an effect on our self esteem.