Archive for January 2010
Creativity and ingenuity usually lead to success in Social Media campaigns, but sometimes you can be creative and successful by going old school. Volkswagen is doing just that by bringing back the old “Punch Buggy” game. Remember it? Every time you passed a VW Beetle on those long family road trips you and your little [...]
A recent survey by Alterian of 1068 marketing professionals worldwide concluded that 66% of those surveyed intend on investing in social media in 2010. This makes me wonder what channels they intend on marketing through. Will the focus be on twitter? facebook? myspace? a blog? or something new in 2010?
We saw a huge shift in [...]
Marketing to the general public and marketing to other businesses are obviously two different animals. Not only is this because the two groups are looking for different services and products, but also because they look for those services and products in different places. The same can be said about social media marketing. In order to [...]
ThatsUs.com is now officially ThatsUsTech.com. You can also reach That’s Us by going to ThatsUsTechnologies.com – it all leads back to us.
So why the change? Our former parent company, Growth Technologies International, Inc. has become That’s Us Technologies, Inc. So they took over the main url, ThatsUs.com.
Sorry for any confusion and stay tuned to see [...]
I recently came across a very interesting article posted by JournalStar.com entitled “Social Networking Glossary”. While a useful resource for basic information on social networks in general, a novice on the social networking scene might have a little trouble distinguishing the real meanings of each definition. I went ahead and created my own version of [...]
Alright, maybe world domination is a bit much. But, when you look at what Google has done in the past month, you’ll understand what I mean. After Google launched Chrome for Mac in early December they really began the jump over Safari, Apple’s internet browser. According to web metrics provider Net Applications, Google’s Chrome took [...]