Is the new Google+ notification icon a way to look like Facebook and LinkedIn? Or is it an indication that more notification icons may be coming soon?
Last week at Google IO, Google announced a new features to Google+ called Google Events. Aside from all the social implications, they also announced that Google+ Events will have beautiful visual invitations that will integrate with your Google Calendar. Turns out, these invitations also integrate with Gmail differently than other calendar events.
I’m attending HighEdWeb Rochester and many of the sessions have already spawned numerous discussions about how to implement a social strategy. Granted, the conference is all about colleges and universities. But in a lot of ways, approaching the social media strategy in higher education parallels what happens in business all the time. Similar questions are asked and
Google announced a new feature to help “manage what people see” when you’re searched for on Google. This new feature, called Me on the Web is really nothing more than Google Alerts in disguise. It is literally in disguise because the interface to adding alerts is different in the Me on the Web section of the Dashboard
How do I go viral? It’s the Holy Grail question of every content provider. The Google Mobile Ads team is trying to help. Enter the official Google Mobile Ads YouTube Channel. If you’re an app developer, get tips from others who have been there before you. Experts in viral apps provide advice and lessons
Apps, mobile Web sites and text alerts – oh my! Toys “R” Us is pushing their brand on mobile this holiday season in a big way. From the simple to the uber-cool, socially hip, Toys “R” Us wants your business. While they’ve always had an email club offering their traditional “12 days” of email-club-only deals,they
Radio Shack Holiday Hero campaign leans heavily on FourSquare