October 7th, 2010 |
I am super obsessed with a few of my Android apps and have always been a huge Logitech fan, so when I heard the recent Google TV news today I started thinking…
Is it bad to get your self a Christmas gift?
Tags: Android Apps, Google TV, Google TV media center, Harmony Link, Harmony Link technology, Logitech, Logitech media center, media center, The Logitech Revue, The Revue, youtube
August 13th, 2010 |
I have been getting really excited over the new mobile technology that seems to be coming out faster then I can keep up with it. Last week it was Firefox Home for the iPhone and this week it is, my personal favorite, Chrome2Phone for the Android. Now at first glance I thought they were the same application for different phones because they both are accessed through Google’s mobile platform, the Cloud. True as this may be… soon I discovered what sets these two applications apart.
Tags: Android, Android application, Android Apps, blog, blogging, Chrome 2 Phone, Chrome2Phone, google, google news, internet, iphone, mobile, mobile applications, mobile apps, Mobile Marketing, mobile netowrking, video, youtube
August 11th, 2010 |
I hear this once in a while. Odd but true . In fact I am convinced that the only danger there is in Social Media Marketing is to NOT be involved in using it!
There are many theories about your brain getting fried because of the Social networking. Or Losing your sanity because you are obsessively connected to your devices… Phones, Laptops and tablets.
I don’t think it’s true outside the foolishness of texting while driving.
Tags: facebook, FB, google, network marketing, social meda, social media marketing, social networking, twitter, youtube
August 5th, 2010 |
If you have wondered how much Google knows about you, here is a (humorous) solution: The Google Alarm Firefox Add-on.
Google Alarm can both visually and audibly notify you every time you send data to Google’s servers, and it isn’t just from Youtube or Gmail. It could be from any site that uses Google Analytics, Google AdSense, embedded Youtube videos, etc. You’ll be suprised!
Tags: adsense, Firefox, google, youtube
June 27th, 2010 |
YouTube is missing a huge marketing opportunity with no category for Business & Finance. It is hard to believe that the categories of Education and Travel & Events could be in more demand, particularly into today’s economic environ. YouTube needs to offer at least a category of small business resources. Additionally such a category would direct entrepreneurs to find opportunities to learn new and more effective ways of doing or even starting a business, as well as helping consumers to find access to products that they could purchase, that would in turn help them with their financial needs or questions.
Tags: business & finance, digg, small business resources, social bookmarking, youtube
June 17th, 2010 |
Now available at TestTube (Youtube’s place to test new features), you can now edit your Youtube videos on their website!
You don’t have to install anything – just go to their site and you can:
Tags: google, video, youtube
- Combine multiple videos into one longer video
- You can trim the beginning or end of it.
- Add soundtracks
- Create new videos and publish them to YouTube without having to upload anything
May 21st, 2010 |
Madison Avenue must be reeling at the fast changes within our media world. How could they have predicted the sheer transformation of how YouTube, social media and the worldwide dominance of the celebrity mentality would shape how we market.
Tags: brand, celebrity, Ed Dearborn, Edwin Dearborn, global community, madison avenue, nike, nike advert, ronaldo, ronaldo video, soccer, social media, viral marketing, youtube
May 17th, 2010 |
If you are up on marketing and sales management, then there is no introduction needed for either Seth Godin or Tom Peters. Both are not only accomplished authors with millions of followers, but both are as well committed to educating others on how to excel in marketing, blogging and social media. They both understand the advantages of blogging and the future of blogging
Tags: advantages of blogging, blogging, future of blogging, marketing, profits, sales management, seth godin, social media, tom peters, youtube
May 16th, 2010 |
You just have to love how mainstream media is now utilizing online buzz to generate their own stories. Moreover, Ellen Degeneres recently demonstrated to all of us a powerful way to spin that buzz, even becoming a part of that craze.
Tags: blog, brand, creativity, Ed Dearborn, Edwin Dearborn, ellen, elllen degeneres, greyson, greyson chance, lady gaga, paparazzi, social media, video, youtube
May 3rd, 2010 |
The Big Three has meant for decades, “GM, Ford and Chrysler”. But with their problems comes the next evolution of that term, particularly when talking about web marketing, SEO and SEM.
The Big Three in the internet marketing world is Facebook, Google and YouTube. Make it big with these three media giants and you will make it big in business. Let’s be real. Facebook is social media, Google is how you find almost anything and YouTube is the new TV. Hopefully you are gearing your mind-set, your marketing budget and how you interface with the world’s newest Big Three.
Tags: big three, chrysler, Ed Dearborn, Edwin Dearborn, facebook, ford, gm, google, internet, internet marketing, marketing, marketing budget, mind set, sem, SEO, social media, tv, twitter, youtube