Marketing Magazine recently published an article by me on Tweet like Candy? Social sharing through games. They’ve been kind enough to let us reproduce it in full below:
We recently wrote about the benefits of integrating LinkedIn into you business apps on mobile. This is a fantastic and under utilized resource that can really bring together a business or productivity application.
However, one of the issues we outlined that has caused many apps to reject this integration was the lack of a useable framework to allow easy integration of LinkedIn’s power social network. Never ones to allow something like this to hold back inspiration in mobile technology or social networking, we have created a simple to use iOS framework that your developers can include in their Xcode projects. The details can be found on GitHub here:
OK, so your app is going to be the next big thing in business. You have created the app that every businessperson is going to need or every business is going to subscribe to. What now?
We recently wrote about the need to socialise your applications in order to engage with your audience. When it comes to business social networks the biggest name in the industry is LinkedIn.
Anyone who is part of this network knows that LinkedIn allows you to harness the power of your connections, tap into the knowledge base of the people within your groups and create team-based groups with your colleagues. Combining this network with a socially mobile application can be a powerful tool for business.
Marketing Magazine recently published an article by me on the difference between Native Mobile and Responsive Web. They’ve been kind enough to let us reproduce it in full below:
Marketing Magazine recently published an article by me on the importance of social in mobile. They’ve been kind enough to let us reproduce it in full below:
Having their first child is one of the greatest moments in any woman's life. But when the labour is done, and the little bundle of joy is place in their arms, there is often the question running through their minds: what now? All the hours of pre-natal training really don't prepare new mums for the massive responsibility of looking after a child. They never could. Everything changes once that child is in the world.
We created Mum's Playground to help ease this transition into motherhood. Our aim in building Mum's Playground was to provide a way for new mums to gain from the knowledge and experience of other mums, as well as to share their own experiences.