In The Year 2017 AdvertisementsRead more
When you go to Prada in Soho, you buy a bag or a tie,“ he says, "And what do they do? They take your credit card. They go downstairs. They come back with this leather case, and they open it up. You sign. They take it back downstairs. And then they put the receipt in this ridiculous envelope. They hide all the damage, so it makes it feel like you’re in this alternate universe. Why can’t smaller places do the same? Why do they have to compromise when it comes to one of the important things in their business, which is getting paid for what they do? It’s a simple exchange of value.
percolatehq: 15 Stats Brands Should Know About Mobile The U.S. is at 101 percent wireless penetration. (CTIA) 1 billion smartphones will be shipped globally this year. (Gartner) Apple beats all other phone manufacturers in customer satisfaction for smartphones. (J.D. Power and Associates) 59 percent of mobile users are as comfortable with mobile advertising as they are with TV and […]Read more
I think that Elop will have to go, but I also think that the [Nokia] board also needs to be renewed with people who have an understanding and working knowledge of the mobile industry.
Social Landmarks Around The World (based on check-in data aggregated by Facebook)Read more
The Short Version: Historically the “winner” of each cycle is the one that steps in and bridges the chasm between early adopters and majority. Imagine Microsoft in that PC chasm and Google in the desktop internet chasm. Now analysts are projecting that we’re entering the chasm for mobile internet adoption. Who will step into the […]Read more