Tag Archives | 2012

Give Your Social Media A Fresh Start In 2013 – Episode 50

Adam and Cory discuss the one year anniversary of The SoLoMo Show, the most fascinating social media statistics of 2012, how to get a fresh start with your social media in 2013, including reviewing your social profiles, managing your content, adding new gear and hardware, testing out new Cloud and SAAS tools, and reviewing your social media documentation, Foursquare’s new data policy and what it means for marketers, and more.

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The Mobile Photo App Shake Up – Episode 49

Adam and Cory discuss a look back at 2012 from Twitter, Facebook, and Google, including Facebook Stories and the Google Zeitgeist, what’s happening in the mobile photo app world as Flickr updates their iPhone app, Twitter adds photo filters, and Instagram gets in trouble for trying to change their Terms of Service, Facebook’s new Nearby feature and whether it poses a serious threat to Foursquare’s Explore and Yelp, YouTube’s new Capture app and how it aims to make mobile video creation and uploading much easier, a look at Facebook Gifts and how it simplifies online gift giving, Square adding gift cards to their Wallet app and whether you should consider them over Apple’s Passbook, a look at the Socl social network from Microsoft, and more.

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What’s Up With WhatsApp – Episode 48

Adam and Cory discuss the state of social media in 2012 and what has changed the most over the last year, the growth of WhatsApp and what marketers should know about the international communications platform, whether or not WhatsApp is a threat to Facebook and Path, Urban Airship buying Tello for their PassTools app and what it signals for the continued growth of Apple Passbook, a review of SoundCloud and what’s changed with the release of SoundCloud 2.0 (and why some users aren’t happy with the updates), Vizibility putting your business card in Apple Passbook and whether or not this is a good idea, Facebook announcing Photo Syncing and why this signals a big move in their attempt to control more of your online data, whether or not the iPad is changing the way that we shop, and more.

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