Enterprise Results at Startup Prices

Be Relevant and Connected

We all want the 250% spike in leads that social media can deliver to businesses. The problem is that having one or even two full time employees to produce high quality content costs $$$$$… especially if you are not sure of what you need to do and you spend months writing random posts with zero results.

Every morning these potential leads don’t call and don’t submit your contact forms because you are not talking to them!

It seems like everyone is already doing great business using social media but you…

The learning curve just seems too risky with the current economy.

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A New Year’s Day Muse: If You Were an App

Mobile App

How would you dazzle and amaze users if you were a Mobile App?

Think about what BIG problems you could solve with your skills, stories & wisdom (internal algorithms).

What unique experience would you create that would be functional, motivating, entertaining?



Breaking News


Facebook to Provide Free Photos for Businesses to Use in Ads http://t.co/FXoeaGfLSq.

Trends: Consumer demand for technology leading digital business push

Mobile content

Quotes worth noting from a Oxford Economics global survey conducted earlier in the year:

“Consumers want to stream digital content and they want content to be “personalized” to what they like and on their preferred screen size.”

“In the mobile world, if you discover the problem at 9:00, you need to fix the problem by 9:05 and have it ready to go into the field at 9:10. That’s just how it works now.”

“Product lifespans are also getting shorter and shorter and companies need to realize their products could only last for months, not years or decades before something else comes along.”

“You need to be aware that your solution today and your revenue stream today could be gone tomorrow and you continually need to reinvent yourself.”

Read more: http://www.ctvnews.ca/sci-tech/consumer-demand-for-technology-leading-digital-business-push-1.1331915#ixzz2WfIQEZoa

Twitter In Canada and other developments

Twitter in Canada

Bell, Twitter partner in social analytics

Bell Media and micro blogging site Twitter yesterday announced a partnership that will involve research and analytics initiatives around social media and television viewing.

Statements from both companies indicate that the partnership will be around the analysis of social conversations gathered from Twitter which could be sold as marketing intelligence to media advertisers

Read more: http://www.itworldcanada.com/news/bell-twitter-partner-in-social-analytics-move/147201#ixzz2WZj1w8BH
or visit http://www.itworldcanada.com for more Canadian IT News

We are also following the opening of Twitter’s Canadian office. Keep an eye on Twitter’s analytics capabilities.  Large advertisers here and south of the boarder have moved to accelerate the integration of their broadcasting and Twitter feeds.

Love Pasta and this Infographic

The Truth About Pasta infographic from Think Sicily

An inforaphic by Think Sicily

‘Customer Experience’ Roles Gaining Popularity

Over the past six years, Canadian and US companies have appointed a single executive to lead customer experience efforts across a business unit or the entire company, according to a new report by Forrester Research. Most customer experience leaders sit at high levels of power at businesses across a diverse range of industries, Forrester finds.

Titles used include: “chief customer officer (CCO),” “chief client officer,” and “chief experience officer.” I prefer the title “customer engagement officer” which is outcome based.