Posts Tagged ‘Google’

June Recap: Fire Phone, Silicon Valley and Why Facebook is Creepy

This month’s news had us looking past June gloom and towards the radiating landscape of product announcements, weird findings and hot rivalries between corporate giants. Before we all jump on the boycott-Belgium-waffles bandwagon, let’s take a look at the top … Continue reading

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In the shadow of the NSA scandal, big data, mobile and cloud are the runaway hits of RSA 2014

  I was asked to give my perspective on what the trends at RSA Conference 2014 last week portend for marketing and communications the rest of the year. You may not like what I have to say, because you’ve heard … Continue reading

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Leveraging Internet Memes to Promote Your Company – Harlem Shake Edition

It’s no secret that there’s a talent war in Silicon Valley, and an increasing number of companies in the Bay Area specifically point out that one of biggest problems is recruiting and keeping “A” talent. Startups have more cash than … Continue reading

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Bateman Group 2012 Predictions

To say that 2011 was a big year for the media, technology and PR industries would be a huge understatement. We saw LinkedIn’s IPO, the firing of Michael Arrington from TechCrunch, the firing of Carol Bartz from Yahoo!, the launch … Continue reading

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Will Social Media Fatigue Kill Google+?

Now a little over a month since the launch of Google and the most buzzed about online service already has 25 million users, estimates ComScore. These stats mean Google is growing faster than Facebook and MySpace did in the early … Continue reading

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Does Google+ hold the keys to the new social media kingdom?

I was a little bit disappointed that I dropped the ball on getting a Google+ invite on the day of the launch, but was finally granted access to the site yesterday around 5:00 p.m. and have been tinkering with it … Continue reading

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