Daily Archives: May 16, 2013

Google Glass’ Rock Star Rooftop Entrance

Logo TheMainStreetAnalyst 8713679455_e0394e3f7e_zBloomberg Television’s “Bloomberg West” previews San Francisco’s Google I/O conference with a look back at Sergey Brin’s previous airborne, skydiving stunt presentation of the Google Glass mobile device. (Source: Bloomberg)

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Content Marketing: Increase The Quality Of Your Content – Part 7 – Create An Infographic

Create an Infographic

Any B2B marketer will have an Infographic in their arsenal of content marketing tactics. One of the biggest struggles is finding content to create an Infographic on. An easy way to get started with an Infographic is to summarize long blocks of content you have on your website and turn them into a visually appealing infographic. Continue reading

Getting Schooled By Google – The Growth Of Google Apps For Education – Infographic

In recent years there has been a remarkable trend among today’s schools – the adoption of Google Apps technology. Continue reading

New York City Impressions – Skyline With Brooklyn Bridge And Park

NYC Skyline e8faefc09dfd11e2ae2122000a9e0911_7New York City Impressions – Skyline With Brooklyn Bridge And Park | Photo taken with iPhone 4 S and edited with BeFunky and Instagram filters. The picture was taken from the Manhattan Bridge. For more photos visit our Instagram

There’s No Such Thing As A Universal ‘Best Time’ To Post On Facebook

Facebook marketers have obsessed over figuring out the best time to post on Facebook for years now.  So much time, money, and effort has been put into finding an answer to this problem.  Heck, it’s one of the main reasons we started PostRocket.  But one major issue I’ve seen in the approach taken by many people in study after study is obsessing over finding one universal answer, one answer that applies equally every single one of the 50 million+ Facebook pages out there.  There is no shortage of answers, as a quick google search will yield a couple billion results. Continue reading

Worst Social Media Advice You Can Get – Part 13 – Don’t Let Your Employees Use Social Media

Don’t let your employees use social media.

Logo TheMainStreetAnalyst 8713679455_e0394e3f7e_zFirst of all, it’s useless to try to keep your employees from using social media. Even if you block social media sites on their computers, they’ve got their smartphones. Move your office to a dungeon with terrible cell reception, and your employees can still go home and get on those sites in their spare time. Forbid any use of your company name in social media, and they’ll just create fake profiles that don’t mention you. All that does is hurt your relationship with your employees — it shows you don’t trust them — and you actually give up a great asset. Continue reading

Luxury Retail Bet on Wealthy Consumers

Logo TheMainStreetAnalyst 8713679455_e0394e3f7e_zOn today’s “Insight & Action,” Adam Johnson looks at luxury versus discount retailing on Bloomberg Television’s “Street Smart.” (Source: Bloomberg)

Google’s New Subscription Music Service: Why the Company Needed It

Logo TheMainStreetAnalyst 8713679455_e0394e3f7e_zGoogle plans to start a subscription music-streaming service as soon as this week as a developer meeting gets under way in San Francisco, people with knowledge of the matter said. Jon Erlichman recaps the Google I/O event on Bloomberg Television’s “Bloomberg West.” (Source: Bloomberg)