“Despite the gap between consumer expectations and brand delivery, consumers are overwhelmingly positive when brands take the time to actually respond to them on Twitter. The Maritz study indicates that 86% of Twitter complainers would have liked or loved to hear from the company regarding their complaints—and out of those who heard back, 75% were satisfied with the company’s response.”—eMarketer Mobile - Article (via mediafuturist)
So external hard drive crapped out on me, had to opened it up and hardwired it to my pc. Also had to reload my itunes songs and now I have duplicates of everything…. guess I need to do a music update to my phone.Which Iam currently rocking deadmau5 albums any suggestions for new music???? XD
For as long as you’ve been carrying around a cellphone, you’ve been carrying around a social network in your pocket. And it’s your most important social network. But you probably don’t realize it. Your address book.
For years, you didn’t realize it because the original cellphones pre-dated the online social movement and there was no way that carriers or OEMs were going to come up with those concepts on their own. Then smartphones came around, but everyone was still unable to put two and two together. Even when the iPhone launched, Apple clearly didn’t understand the potential power of your contact list connected to the network.
The phone address book concept has simply moved from device to device to device being totally under utilized along the way. The fact that we still refer to it as an “address book” is even silly. That’s why Everyme excites me.