Cool Tool Alert: E-Miles Ascends Through Offering Miles for Ad Interaction

By Gavin Dunaway e-Miles CEO and President Mark Drusch is very disappointed I haven’t set up a miles program with an airline, especially since I used to visit my Italian girlfriend several times a year in Milan and will probably visit my Italian in-laws a few times a year outside… Read more“Cool Tool Alert: E-Miles Ascends Through Offering Miles for Ad Interaction”

Cool Tool Alert: NetSeer Pushes Concepts, Not Keywords

By Gavin Dunaway At an abstract level, graph theory is about representing the relationship between nodes (interconnected objects) and edges (the lines that connect them). Applied to the web, the nodes are the pages and the edges are contextual concepts; rendering the web of conceptual relationships across the Internet is… Read more“Cool Tool Alert: NetSeer Pushes Concepts, Not Keywords”

Cool Tool Alert: Luminate Turns Your Images Into Functional Apps

In rebranding as Luminate, the company once known as Pixazza has introduced Image Apps, which offer publishers the ability to turn any static image into an app that include social network and email sharing capabilities as well as relevant links and videos. [ cheap viagra | viagra sales in canada… Read more“Cool Tool Alert: Luminate Turns Your Images Into Functional Apps”

Cool Tool Alert: Chalkboard Brings Hyper-Local Network to America

It’s called Chalkboard because the idea is similar to placing a hand-written outside a storefront with the the daily deal or latest offer — local businesses can send unlimited real-time updates and offers to consumers within a mile radius of their physical locations. Launched just a year ago to serve… Read more“Cool Tool Alert: Chalkboard Brings Hyper-Local Network to America”

Google Says No Such Thing as a Private Profile

Google has just announced on its Google+ Project help section that all private profiles will be deleted come July 31. The only thing required for a public profile is name and gender — all other information can be managed or simply not entered. [ cialis strenght mg | cialis next day… Read more“Google Says No Such Thing as a Private Profile”

Google+ Seems Adequate, But May Sneak Up on Us

Yesterday, we walked you through Google+. Today, we’ll offer a competing viewpoint that remains skeptical of Google+. How cute — TechCrunch and Mashable got sneak peeks at Google’s latest attempt at building a social network, something that has been rumored about for a year at least (remember Google Me?). I’ll Wave… Read more“Google+ Seems Adequate, But May Sneak Up on Us”

Consumer Democracy Now! Hipcricket’s Hasen Talks Social Media CRM in the Smartphone Era

If social media is the customer relationship management tool of the early 21st century, then smartphones and mobile devices that connect to the Internet are its portable extensions. Imagine a vacuum cleaner with a hose add-on for those hard-to-reach spots, except this hose can be carried with you everywhere to… Read more“Consumer Democracy Now! Hipcricket’s Hasen Talks Social Media CRM in the Smartphone Era”

RockMelt’s Social Browser Update Gets Boost From Facebook Partnership

As first propagated by Brandt Dainow in a fascinating column on the future of social networking, I believe Facebook’s eventual goal is to become a core part of the Internet experience — to actually integrate its social functionalities into the web. One sign this may be the case is social… Read more“RockMelt’s Social Browser Update Gets Boost From Facebook Partnership”