Twitter customer service is on the spot
Twitter customer service is on the spot

Twitter customer service is on the spot. Twitter beefed up its customer service tools for companies and organizations to provide the location of customers – if the customers choose – and better map a response for additional help. Twitter has long been a valuable customer service opportunity for companies serious about customer service, providing immediate […]

Navigation & jamz: Waze & Spotify
Navigation & jamz: Waze & Spotify

On the road again with navigation & jamz: Waze & Spotify are teaming up to link apps and work your tunes into your turns. Talk about a convenient and useful marriage of apps! “With no interruptions, you can navigate to your destination right within the Spotify app allowing you to still listen to all of […]

Surf the internet faster on U.S. coasts
Surf the internet faster on U.S. coasts

Broadband users can surf the internet faster on U.S. coasts than in middle America, according to a new report on connectivity speeds. What this means is residents of the American Midwest, the Great Plains, some parts of the South, the western mountain states tend to have slower internet speeds than residents of the U.S. East […]

Your website doesn’t have to be Top 100
Your website doesn’t have to be Top 100

Your website doesn’t have to be Top 100. It just has to work for you, be effective for you and the mission of your business or organization. But it needs to be effective. Lord knows, websites of the 20th Century just don’t work any longer (even though many are still around). Websites even two or […]

900 billion hours on mobile apps
900 billion hours on mobile apps

As inhabitants of Earth’s digital world we spent 900 billion hours on mobile apps in 2016. That is to say, all of us connected to the internet – around 3.2 billion people – used our mobile apps for 900 billion hours last year – or on average we spent 281.25 hours out of last year […]

Google Maps as a commute assistant
Google Maps as a commute assistant

Long a valuable and useful navigation and search assistant, with an update rolling out just last week we now see Google Maps as a commute assistant. Well, for Android users, anyway. Google says the update will roll out to iOS and other systems’ users soon. Android users will have, no doubt, noticed the relatively small […]

The app of my eye is changing before it
The app of my eye is changing before it

The app of my eye is changing before it – instant apps, that is; but certainly not like instant grits or oatmeal. Announced last spring at Google I/O, the internet overlord has begun a limited test of its new Android Instant Apps technology and if all goes according to plan the whole app ecosystem will […]

Search offline now and get results
Search offline now and get results

You can search offline now and get results (with Android) when your phone reconnects to the WWW and that is a big deal for digital marketing. Google started rolling out the new feature last week. “Whether you’re a commuter reading the news with a spotty network, a farmer looking up crop prices with no service […]

Google is now penalizing some sites with pop-ups
Google is now penalizing some sites with pop-ups

As promised back in the summer, Google is now penalizing some sites with pop-ups, those annoying ads or requests for newsletter sign-ups. Well, penalizing in search result pages – on mobile search requests – websites which automatically launch a pop-up upon landing. In other words, your website won’t get ranked very well (on the front […]

Shopping & watching & creating & listening
Shopping & watching & creating & listening

Shopping & watching & creating & listening – that’s what we do in the digital spaces. Digital marketing is at the core of all that activity. No matter how one wants to slice it, when online consumers (us – most people online all over the world) are active participants in the digital spaces. Nearly all […]