In today’s competitive landscape, it’s not enough to understand a market audience. Now, consumers expect brands to know where they’re at, what they’re doing and what they’re needs are in any given moment, and then to deliver a unique experience based on that information.
Posts Categorized: Current Events
Remember when you could trust the news stories you found on the Internet or at least know at a glance which ones were hoaxes? The proliferation of credible-looking news stories making false (yet feasible) claims is wearing on readers who are tired of hunting for real news. Internet viewers may once again be able to… Read more »
CNN (and numerous other news sources) reported that Justin Bieber will soon overtake Lady Gaga as Twitter’s leading account. As the Biebs inches ever closer to ultimate Twitter rule, we have to wonder: who really cares? While seemingly just another insignificant indicator of “success,” a large Twitter following is actually more than just a cool… Read more »
Pauline Phillips, AKA Dear Abby, left an indelible mark on the hearts of her readers. She not only shared warm, witty advice in an authentic and entertaining way, but took the time to really listen to those who sought advice. While Pauline Phillips has not written the Dear Abby column for over 10 years, her… Read more »
Change is the only constant. So, it should come as no surprise when companies launch campaigns to rebrand themselves or highlight products and services in an effort to make or keep themselves relevant to demand…which was exactly what McDonald’s was aiming to do through a new Twitter campaign last Wednesday (January 18).
Yesterday we were honored as one of the Best Places to Work in New Mexico by the New Mexico Business Weekly. So what’s so great about working at SonicSEO.com? Here are some of the things our staff had to say:
In the past few days, a Kansas teen has sure stirred things up in this country. After attending a Youth in Government program in Topeka, high school senior Emma Sullivan tweeted, “Just made mean comments at gov Brownback and told him he sucked, in person #heblowsalot.” This tweet, initially a joke between her and her… Read more »
The kids are out of school today, banks are closed, there’s no mail. Obviously, something special is going on. Turkey hasn’t gone on sale yet…what’s going on? Well, the calendar reminds us that today is Armistice Day or Veterans Day—two occasions certainly worth commemorating, but is that really what all the fuss is about? Not… Read more »
“I’m the only person I know that’s lost a quarter of a billion dollars in one year…. It’s very character-building.” – Steve Jobs When we remember Steve Jobs, we tend to remember the successful parts of his legacy: the founding of Apple in 1976, the invention of the iPhone in 2007, and his investment in… Read more »
During what has come to be called the Arab Spring, protestors and revolutionaries across North Africa and the Middle East made significant use of social media such as Facebook and Twitter to plan, organize, communicate, and subvert state attempts to censor their activities and shut down communications. The use of mobile phones to engage on… Read more »