This week saw Google’s io2013 conference dominate all the technology headlines. A hotly anticipated time of year for all us techies and Google’s big opportunity to showcase their latest innovations to the world. Amongst the whirlwind of keynote speeches, we met:
It’s now possible to tweet, Facebook and Instagram your way into the VIP section thanks to a new partnership between Klout and American Airlines (AA). For those unfamiliar with Klout, it’s a social influence score; the higher the score, the higher your online influence. Using this social metric, American Airlines are now offering users with a
Following a LinkedIn themed pep talk at Ecce Media HQ, we realised that we’re often asked by friends and clients how they can make more of their LinkedIn profile page. And it’s a valid question because according to Hubspot, LinkedIn generated 212 million leads last year making it 277% more effective at lead generation than Facebook or Twitter.
Just days after Thorsten Heins (Blackberry CEO) claimed that tablets would be dead by 2018 we learn that tablet sales are on the rise by a whopping 142.4%. This means that the number of tablets sold between January and March of 2013, 49.2 million, were the same as the number sold in the whole first half
At first glance, LinkedIn’s new iPhone app Contacts looks very much like the usual LinkedIn app so what makes it different? LinkedIn claim their latest innovation “brings together all your address books, emails and calendars, and keeps them up to date in one place.” To achieve this, Contacts connects to LinkedIn (obviously!) but also Google, Yahoo!, Microsoft