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Tune Into Your Summer Concerts With Verizon Wireless (Infographic)

June 16th, 2014 by Christen

Tune Into Summer 

Summer concert season is in full swing and whether you plan on investing in thousand-dollar tickets to see Jay Z and Beyonce or taking part of the overflow of Outkast summer festival concerts there are tons of ways to capture and share your summer concert memories all year long.

 

Are you an instant concert Instagrammer?  Do you share your concert summer Vines almost immediately?  Discover some of the latest summer concert trends and see how you measure to other music lovers like you below.

 

Tune Into Summer Concerts

Tune Into Summer Concerts

Tune Into Summer Concerts

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7 Things You DON’T Know About The Internet [INFOGRAPHIC]

February 25th, 2014 by Christen

The Internet is always changing.  There are major strides and trends happening right under your nose that are likely to make an impact in the way we live online within the next few years. No matter if you’re about that startup life or want to identify the next emerging tech to become an early adopter.  If you’ve ever been curious about where the Internet is heading or how to get ahead of the curve, this infographic is for you – Seven Shocking Stats & Trends about the Internet.

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Which of these interesting online facts shocked you the most?  With the world wide web changing daily, are you more likely to research the latest internet news to stay ahead of the curve or just keep up with everyone else?

Meet the Connected Consumer – It’s Not Who You Think It Is

September 16th, 2013 by Nicole

The research predicted for years that teens and Millenials will rule social media and online consumerism in a big way.  The predictions were wrong.  Yes, Millenials use social media, but do they drive how social media companies and retailers tailor their services?  No.  The average connected consumers, at 52% are women with an average age of 40.  Why?

Meet the Connected Consumer - Women With a Tablet

 

Meet the Connected Consumer

“Connected consumers are a social crowd and enthusiastic about shopping. More than three quarters of them are active Facebook users, 60 percent shop via digital or print catalogs, and more than 40 percent say shopping makes them feel happy. “Excited,” “thrifty” and “productive” also top the list of the connected consumer’s shopping emotions.”

•             62-65 percent of connected consumers shop via digital or print catalogs

•             75-78 percent owns a laptop

•             41-45 percent own smartphones

•             81-86 percent use Facebook”

 

 Meet the Connected Consumer

 

Another study called these women “Digital Divas”, who are sophisticated shoppers and knowledgeable about the fashion industry when compared to non-divas.  They rely on digital communication tools to learn, read product reviews, and share product purchases and their opinions freely.  These habits lead to shift and insight into new services by retailers and how they may provide better services and products.

Meet the Connected Consumer - Digital Diva

 

“With social networks at least twice the size of other women’s, Divas wields influence and have the power to make or break a brand, online and off. They don’t suffer fools and won’t go for gimmicks. What makes a brand most digitally savvy in Divas’ eyes isn’t just a Facebook profile, an app or a game. The brands winning with Divas are those creating or curating the best content and serving it up in contextually relevant ways, regardless of the category in which they compete. The brands Divas talk and Tweet about are those connecting the digital dots—inspiring, organizing and streamlining their shopping missions, not getting in the way of them.”

Are you a forty-something wielding social influence?

Source:  http://media.zmags.com/files/zmags-cc-survey-web.pdf

http://www.fastcocreate.com/1683035/reaching-the-digital-divas-the-world-s-most-influential-women

Tech Insight: How We Use Twitter

July 5th, 2013 by Nicole

The Research Is In:  How We Use Twitter

 

How We Use Twitter - Twitter Birds

There has been an explosion of research on the behavior of Twitter users, what and why they tweet, what gets retweeted, and the influencers in the ecosystem.  How we interact on social media has a huge impact on our influence and social media capital.  Twitter is a network of users who are connected to one another via relationships formed when one user “follows” another user, exposing themselves to the messages tweeted by the people they follow. Follower count is important on Twitter and what content you tweet has a significant impact on your audience growth.

 

To build your social capital, keep this in mind:

1.    Expressing negative sentiment has an adverse effect on follower gain.

2.    Tweeting informational content attracts followers thirty times more than the tweeting ‘meformer’ content (those who share content about themselves all the time), which deters growth.

3.    Know the language – Pinterest language is use, look, want, need.  Twitter language is immediate actions – now, read, today, tonight, time, watching, see, going, etc.

How We Use Twitter - Twitter Bird in Tree

Who are the major influencers on Twitter and how do they use Twitter?

·         Celebrities pay attention to other celebrities and they rarely retweet others information.

·         The media follow the media and distribute information.

·         Bloggers are the major contributors to the twitter ecosystem.  They are the influencers of retweeting and distributors of content.

Here is Twitter’s 10 most-popular people for 2013:

1. Justin Bieber (@justinbieber, 40,302,602 followers)
2. Lady Gaga (@ladygaga, 38,165,922)
3. Katy Perry (@katyperry, 37,725,768)
4. Barack Obama (@barackobama, 32,612,136)
5. Rihanna (@rihanna, 29,969,148)
6. Taylor Swift (@taylorswift13, 29,051,281)
7. Britney Spears (@britneyspears, 27,959,045)
8. Justin Timberlake (@jtimberlake, 21,375,807)
9. Shakira (@shakira, 20,877,068)
10. Ellen Degeneres (@TheEllenShow, 19,875,689)

 

This list isn’t much different from the 2012 social media’s most popular people.  This infograph below include people, products, companies, and cities of influence from 2012.

How We Use Twitter - Klout's Most Influential

 

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Tech The Halls With The Latest Holiday Gadget Trends This Season!

December 11th, 2012 by Christen

 

Looking for which tech toys will win your family over this holiday season?  Verizon polled over 10,000 consumers to see what’s on everyone’s holiday tech wish list.  Check out what Verizon discovered and how you can tech the halls with the latest holiday gadget trends this season!


 

 

 

Are You Tech Fan Wedged In A World Apple iPhones, iPads and MacBooks?

October 22nd, 2012 by Christen

If I’ve said it once, I’ve said it many times before.  Apple has single-handedly become a successful company because of it’s lifestyle appeal to tech – not because of superior products. As a matter of fact, you may notice more of it’s competitors taking a few cues from the widely successful company but appealing to the novice and sometimes tech snobbish users of today.  Have you ever asked yourself if Apple users really think differently?  Or have they been brainwashed instead?  Apple fanboys and fangirls everywhere have jumped at each and every new product released by Apple, not because of it’s superiority in the marketplace but simply because it’s manufactured by Apple.

 

Discover if you’re an “Apple hater” or just plain immune to psychological lifestyle marketing.  This infographic gets to the bottom of why people buy Apple products, and what keeps them from buying them. And it shows how they feel about those products once they’ve bought them.  If you’re having trouble understanding this unusual infographic, here’s a quick guide: On the left side are those who haven’t bought Apple products, and on the right are those who have been enveloped in Apple’s alleged reality distortion field.

 

 

Are you an Apple Super Fan?  Do you believe Apple’s success has been simply because of the reality distortion?

Which side do you fall on?

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Ten Years Later: It’s Amazing How The Internet Has Changed Things

September 20th, 2012 by Tech Staff

It’s 2002, Blockbuster is a thriving business, AOL was still sending those awful internet cds in the mail and most of us knew NOTHING about social media.  My has things changed.  It’s ten years later, some businesses have gone bankrupt while others have thrived to multi-billion dollar status.  You won’t believe how the growth of the internet has exploded within the last ten years.  What you discover may surprise you…

 

Oh, How Fashion Week Has Changed…{Infographic}

September 5th, 2012 by Fashion Staff

Fashion Week has lately been evolving as technology is increasingly being adopted by designers, editors and enthusiasts alike, and it will be intriguing to watch the ever evolving tech used this Fashion Week season in New York City.  Check out the evolution of NYFW technology from the beginning until present day below…

Discover The Top Hotspot For Stolen Cell Phones (You’d Be Surprised…)

April 25th, 2012 by Tech Staff

With $30 billion worth of phones lost in the U.S. every year, we bet your phone has contributed to the heap at one time or another.  How many times have you seen a Facebook status update that says something along the lines of, “Holy crap, last nite was crazy weird. Lost my phone ugGGGhhhhhhHHHHHH. Send me your numbers or else we’re no longer friends.”

You’d be surprised on the places where people get their phones stolen.  Then again, bars and nightclubs are not among the top places that people lose their phones. You should be most careful about dropping your device in coffee houses, pizza and church, among others. And keep an eye on your phone during Christmas and New Year’s Eve, too — those are the times of year Americans are most likely to misplace their mobiles.

 

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How To Create A Startup & Go From Zero To $1 Billion Like Instagram

April 11th, 2012 by Tech Staff

Of course, everyone is looking at the Instagram + Facebook merger now – thinking “Man, I could’ve created that!” (Yeah, of course you could have…) But if you’re interested in learning how Instagram went from having zero to becoming a billion dollars richer IN LESS THAN 17 MONTHS…check out the infographic below.

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Do you have a unique startup idea? What is the best startup or app you’ve seen so far?

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