Daily Archives: January 4, 2013

The Latest In Digital Marketing: Here Are The Top Conferences Of 2013 – Infographic

Looking for a quality digital marketing conference to attend in 2013? Here’s a month-by-month glance at some of the top digital marketing conferences of 2013.

Source: Visual.ly, Interactivity Marketing


5 Simple Apps That Let You Do More With Evernote

5 Simple Apps That Let You Do More With Evernote.

Evernote, which is a handy note-taking and web clipping utility, isn’t necessarily one of those apps that I’ve been using regularly, but it is one that I keep coming back to again and again, and I’m always looking for ways to incorporate it into my routine.

Did you ever notice how the most popular apps & platforms have lots of additional add-ons and extensions that were created for them? Evernote is no different – check out the Evernote Trunk and you’ll see. In this article, I’ll show you a few of the simple applications that will help you do even more with Evernote.

1. Read It Later

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While it’s easy to copy text from a website to read later in Evernote, Read It Later makes this process even easier.

Read It Later gives you an easy way to copy text from a website to read later in Evernote. The service’s bookmarklet makes reproducing the contents of a webpage simple with just the click of a button, and the iOS app comes with Evernote integration built-in. What’s good about that is it allows you to take your archive of pages on the go.

I also recommend you check out Instapaper, another great app that functions a lot like Read It Later.

2. FastFinga

Livescribe smartpens are great because they keep a digital record of the things that you write and draw with them, but if you don’t have one, FastFinga could function as a suitable replacement. This iOS app lets you write your messages by hand on your iPhone, iPad, or iPod Touch.

You can link up your Evernote account and store the messages you’ve written there. The service’s handwriting recognition will transform what you’ve written into searchable text, which is really cool if you ask me.

3. Twipple

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Twipple isn’t the most well-known or widely used Twitter client for iOS devices that’s out there, but it integrates with Evernote really well. With Twipple, your tweets can be saved to notebooks and tagged, allowing you to refer back to them later. This is especially useful considering Twitter Search only displays tweets for up to 2 weeks.

4. Twitter: @myEN

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Okay, this isn’t an app as such, but I felt I had to include it here because it is very handy. @myEN, which Mark covered a while back, is a Twitter account that lets you save tweets straight into Evernote. Using this service is simple. All you have to do is follow @myEN on Twitter and you will be direct messaged a link that will let you link up your Twitter and Evernote accounts. Afterwards, just add @myEN to the end of the tweets you would like to save.

5. Voice2Note

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Evernote already allows you to record voice notes, but they aren’t searchable and you have no cut and paste functionality. With Voice2Note, however, you can convert audio notes into text to make them easily searchable. Simply connect your Evernote account and the first 30 seconds of your notes will be transcribed.


If you aren’t a fan of Evernote but you like the idea of a web clipping utility, be sure to check out Saikat’s article on the 5 best Evernote alternatives.

What are some of your favorite Evernote add-ons?

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100 Social Media Facts And Statistics Of 2012 – Infographic

100 statistics and facts about social media, social networking, social media and business as well as mobile devices use.

Source: Visual.ly, Creotivo


Apple Might Continue To Dominate The Market; With Software And Services – Infographic

Apple will continue to dominate the device space not by changing the look of the devices (outside of the iPad), but by focusing on what we do with those devices.

Source: Visual.ly, modulr.com


Smartphone War In Asia: Apple, Samsung Or…? – Infographic

In a special release for October, we partnered with AIP Singapore to look at Asian sentiments towards smartphones in Asia, which found that nearly one in five Asians who were early iPhone buyers said the phone has failed to meet their expectations, whilst one in 3 intend to buy a smartphone in the next 12 months.

Source: Visual.ly

You Know Anot Special

Is It Startup Time For America? – Infographic

Entrepreneurs thinking about starting a new venture should act now! If you hold out for better market conditions, you may be bypassing the opportunity of a lifetime.

While, a pair of countervailing trends –- the slowly recovering national economy and a pull-back in later early-stage funding — are keeping things interesting for entrepreneurs, stubborn recession conditions create inexpensive office space and technology trends, such as cloud computing, that temper the need for large amounts of outside funding to get new companies off the ground.

ProfitBricks has created this infographic to illustrate that:

1)  creating a startup now is cheaper than ever before

2)  there are new sources of funding available, and

3) the lingering economic issues can reduce competition

Do you agree that it is now “Start-up Time in America”?

Source: Visual.ly, Profitbricks