How do the successful companies build revenue in mobile? For most, this won’t happen and for good reason – they are chasing the wrong goal. This presentation gives insight into how the companies that have been able to find the mobile revenue sweet spot did it. Whether you are building new business models or trying […]
There is still a long road ahead for Facebook when it comes to really “getting” mobile – let alone turning their users into dollars through mobile. This is a very unique beast, not borne of the web but destined to surpass it in the very very near future. If Facebook is to become a truly “mobile-first” company, they need to take action on these 4 things or risk being lapped by the competition.
When news broke of Jeff Bezos acquiring the Washington Post for $250 million it set off a chain reaction across the industry. Bezos is the prototype for CEO’s in this century and won’t enter into anything lightly or without the plan to disrupt. I firmly believe this will usher in a new era for newspapers […]
After the hype dissipates, the banners come down, the haters hate and the lovers glow, the real question we should be asking after the slew of announcements from Apple at this year’s version of the WWDC is: How do you find a way to use what has been announced to generate revenue. Forget about the “flat” versus skeuomorphism debate, the “similarities” to BlackBerry, Windows 8 and Android – the real question on your mind should be how do these changes open up opportunity for additional revenue.
I had the privilege of being on The Voice, a podcast produced for the IABC, with Matt Palmer from Appclover to talk about app store marketing strategies.
I use my smartphone to run much of my life. It is with me wherever I go so it seems logical that I use it as often as I can to enhance the things I’m doing. At the gym it feeds me audio books while I track my workouts. In the car it feeds me […]
I’ve just returned from day one at the Venture Beat Mobile Summit in Sausalito, California. It’s an invite only event for 180 mobile executives from across North America with the focus on creating a blueprint for the growth of this nascent industry. While day 1 was only a quarter day – 3 fireside chats and […]
Technology supporter and vocal pundit Robert Scoble called Localmind the “best SXSW app” for 2011. High praise for a company launching their very first app at that festival in the spring of 2011. Coming from Robert Scoble also meant massive exposure in a community of early adopters.