A simple concept, with big time impact.
Ever wonder what cities are the most digitally savvy? Well, here’s your answer…
Reports of Twitter usage can vary widely. The company itself reported that as of September 2010, 175 million accounts had been created. Firms that track unique visitors to Twitter.com tallied between approximately 20 million and 26 million per month last year. Read more @ http://bit.ly/fObRii
A burning question among users following AT&T’s $39 billion acquisition of T-Mobile USA was: Will T-Mobile start offering the iPhone? The answer is no. Read more @ http://on.mash.to/hLcj7q
Looks like AR isn’t just for your iphone anymore…
This amazing banner takes rich media to the next level by integrating Google street level panoramic images. If technology like this grows, we could see the re-emergence of display advertising.
The new app, set to debut in Austin, Texas; San Francisco; and Seattle, is the brainchild of iLoop, a mobile marketing firm that helps facilitate mobile campaigns for advertisers such as Coca-Cola, Warner Bros. and E!.
To use Sling Shop, shoppers who visit participating retailers can aim their smartphones at a conspicuously placed iPad. Then using their phone’s touchscreen, they can pull back and “sling” a virtual stone at a target appearing on the iPad. Those who hit the virtual target (which should be pretty much everybody) can earn rewards—discounts, free beverages, points, whatever that retailer decides. Read more @ http://tinyurl.com/4r9bczr
Here’s another look at one of the hottest new advertising platforms – 3D outdoor projections. This example comes by way of Sydney, and gives us a taste of what’s possible with this new technology.