Customers deserve the right to review your services in an impartial and public way. However, they don’t have the right to deceive people about your business. Now more than ever, when disgruntled customers spread falsehoods about you online, the damage can be significant. Today, we look at one example and evaluate some ways to protect yourself.
Nokia has not pulled its punches with Apple in the past, buying AdWords that have reached straight for the heart of Apple fanboys. Yesterday, photos of Nokia poster ads made their rounds on the internet. Today, we examine the efficacy of these ads.
We use so many different mediums to communicate daily. We have e-mail, instant messaging, blogging, podcasting, and video podcasting. While most things can be conveyed through text, sometimes using visuals is an absolute must, and like most of us if you’re not a video-pro, SketchCast is for you.
Despite privacy concerns and complaints about sexual predators (about which Facebook has decided not to do anything and is now being investigated), the Facebook buzz machine is going strong, valuating the company at $10 billion.
One of the things that I know from personal experience is that if you are passionate about multiple things, it doesn’t mean you dive into all of them because you may not be able to deliver your best on all fronts. It seems that Kevin Rose is having a similar problem by spreading himself across multiple platforms (Digg, Pownce, and Revision 3).
It seems that to promote his latest album, team Dylan has gone viral, and it all started three weeks ago when a friend of mine used the Bob Dylan custom message generator to send me a message.
NBC has announced that it will offer a service that allows users to download the company’s most popular television shows directly from their site. The problem? The service is in direct conflict with their Hulu but is too good an opportunity to pass up.
With the advent of Web 2.0 it seems that most new media entrepreneurs have delegated the responsibility of coming up with names for their services to four year-olds. Will these names stick or is it just wishful thinking?
In spite of questions about the sustainability of online video, not only is the space continuing to grow, but is beginning to appeal to a broader spectrum of people, including educators.