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Tweet Almost every startup needs to execute a PR strategy in some way or another to succeed. One of the key aspects of executing PR is reaching out to journalists + bloggers (I could write a whole post on the right+wrong way to do this). How do you get that contact info? A lot of […]
Tweet There are rumblings that Apple is going to ban geo-location ads on the iPhone. This is just the start. Here’s what I think is going to happen: Apple will only allow free apps to run ads served by them from their new advertising division they gained via Quattro Wireless. It makes perfect sense. Apple loves […]
Tweet Leaked pic via @MattPRD 3 Things For This Morning iPhone Update 16/32/64 GB Capacities No More 3G, only 3GS, including $99 price point Verizon added iPhone OS Update Bunch of new features related to the iPhone. Mobile Me/ iLife updates have heavy integration. Most of the work done regarding to something new we want […]
Tweet Amazon announced today that they are going to offer 70% royalties to authors/content companies that put their books on the Kindle. Business Insider points out some of the limitations and restrictions, but they seem pretty fair. If you are an author aligning yourself with this model, the restrictions are a good thing as it […]
Tweet *I always mean to tell this story, but it slips my mind. Seth Godin’s Purple Cow finally made me remember while in front of the laptop* This was one of my experiences as an entrepreneur and in business at a young age. I was 17 at the time and away for my Freshman orientation […]