Posts Tagged ‘AT&T’

WOM – why care about word of mouth

June 10th, 2013

Have you ever had one of those moments or perhaps you just came out of a great weekend and you couldn’t wait to get to work on Monday so you could either brag or share about the awesome events and experiences you had over the weekend?

I’m sure we’ve all experienced this at one time or another.  Maybe going to work wasn’t how you wanted to share the experience but perhaps you shared with a close friend or relative.   The point is you had a positive experience and you shared it almost immediately.  What about a negative experience?  Ever have one of those?

I’m pretty confident I know the answer to that one as well.  Imagine this scenario; You purchase a product or service and you finally get it home and open the package and its not what you thought.  To make matters worse you realize that its defective and doesn’t work properly.  You decide to return it immediately and since most of us are purchasing products online and with mobile devices, you are looking » Read more: WOM – why care about word of mouth


29 billion and counting – the twitter connection

January 27th, 2011

At the time of writing this blog, Twitter had reached over 29 billion tweets and counting.  So what is it about this little blue bird that has captivated the minds of so many fans globally?  What or how can we best use it and why?  Is this another one of those online gadgets that are going to suck whatever time we have left and not provide us with anything in return?  I know, I know, I’m always looking at ROI.

What I’d like you to do first is check out this link that gives you two options; the first is a live Twitter count (see the tabs) GigaTweet and the second is a live Twitter feed.  The count is great to watch just because it’s impressive.  Although I have to say the live US Debt Clock is far more impressive in size of numbers. (Kind of scary too if you think about it)

Let’s get back to Twitter.  This video Twitter In Plain English gives a basic explanation of what Twitter does in its basic format.  When Twitter was initially founded the idea was to create a micro blog; » Read more: 29 billion and counting – the twitter connection