Perhaps you’re like the dozens of others who’ve thought your LinkedIn profile is missing something. We’ll you’re all in luck, all 13 of you. LinkedIn profiles now have the option to really “spice things up” with a profile header. That means all of you personal-branders can match our profile images and headers across Twitter, Linkedin, […]

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The other day I noticed that LinkedIn has an auto-complete feature on it’s nifty little skills endorsement feature. Not only can you set your own skills for others to endorse on your LinkedIn profile, but you can also add new skills and then endorse them on all of your professional contacts’ profiles. I set out […]

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The formerly iPhone-exclusive Vine app has been released to the army of Android phone users. As expected, we are seeing the same mixture of creativity and emotion that comes with an iPhone app expanding over to the much maligned Android userbase–hate it, love it, or download it. Technical difficulties The Proof The Tweets Looks like […]

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I recently took to Twitter to call our Flickr for their upload cap. I did this because many are currently or have been speculating that Flickr can displace Instagram as the default photo sharing app for millions of users. At the time I felt this was improbable or lets just say impossible because of their […]

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I ran across Mary Meeker and Liang Wu’s presentation from AllThingD’s D11 conference earlier today and couldn’t pass up the opportunity to share it with my blog readers–all five of you. Within the pages of this finely crafted presentation, you’ll find some solid footing to start ideating on your next digital marketing moves. If marketing […]

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If you’re looking for Facebook usage data, look no further. This post will be a resource for you to bookmark and check often while I painstakingly scour the series of tubes, known as the Internet, for more great Facebook data sources. For now, start with this page on Social Bakers Updated: Facebook Reports First Quarter […]

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It takes a lot to impress me these days when it comes to mobile apps. There is a lot of “flattery” in iOS apps in the form of imitating popular user experiences *cough* the Instagram layout *cough*, and not a lot of UI/UX innovation. Path, you did it; you impressed me. You’ve given me some […]

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Listen up appheads. Superpages just released the 4.0.2 update to their iPhone app, and the 3.1.1 update for Android app. And in this release they have done something that no other local search company has done yet–added bacon! Yes, bacon. The champagne of meats. It’s now highly access available under the Urgent category in the […]

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Facebook released an update to their iPhone app yesterday, and it brings with it some huge improvements to the UI and UX. Navigation Gone is the iPhone home screenesque icon navigation. Instead, the app now has a menu icon in the top left corner that allows you quick access to feeds, apps, pages and settings. […]

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Sure, this has been posted already, but I’m hoping to simplify things for you with the full instructions on my site. I definitely don’t want you wasting your valuable time like I did. (Note: I successfully upgraded to iOS 5 on my iPhone 4 and my iPad 2, but so far I’m 0-2 on the 3GS […]

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