All posts by Jennifer Walpole
(Business Marketing) When a building becomes a blight, it normally becomes an annoyance for a community, but marketers have flipped the script.
(Tech News) Just launched in beta, onit.io helps boost your customer service by automating communications for the modern era.
(Tech News) Many smartphones today rely on MicroSD cards, and you may not know how far they've come as of this week. Seriously, wow!
(Social Media) Although WhatsApp will remain a standalone app despite Facebook buying them for billions, some people don't trust Facebook and are quickly seeking alternative platforms.
(Business News) Is greatness something you're born with, or can it be developed over time? ASAPscience takes a stab at getting to the truth.
(Business News) After bucking a minimum wage bill in D.C., will Walmart actually back the President's plan to increase the national minimum wage as they have claimed they will?
(Business Marketing) Appealing to the sense of smell is a creative marketing tactic used today, and several campaigns have caught our eye, especially one involving catnip and kittehs.
(Business News) Kermit, West Virginia is now home to what we're calling internally the Pee Pee Pizza Hut, proving once again that a brand is only as strong as its weakest link.
(Tech News) Peek is a gesture-based minimalist calendar app that appeals to people who really don't like calendar apps. It is easy to use, well designed, and stunningly beautiful.
(Business Finance) Credit cards and fraud have dominated headlines of late, so what is the industry doing to react and better guard against hackers?
(Tech News) Dynado is now in private beta to help businesses streamline efforts and save tremendous amounts of time.
(Business Marketing) Seeker is an app in private beta that seeks to help brands to outsource marketing tasks and save money, while better reaching customers.