Posts Tagged technology

April Fool’s Tech Foolishness

Technology can take your game on April Fool’s Day to a whole new level. We asked the team here at Knotice about some of their favorite pranks – especially digital ones. Here’s what they had to say. From Dutch: “1) USB Phantom keystroke device inserts random characters on the target’s machine. 2) Replace the target’s wallpaper with a windows or

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CES Roundup 2013: Trend Watch

This week the Consumer Electronic Show (CES) in Las Vegas came to an end. It is without a doubt one of my favorite times of the year, but lately I am having a hard time keeping my excitement up. Last year I noted in my round up the lack of groundbreaking product / innovation announcements and this year the sentiment

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Announcing Our Strategic Partnership with Gigya

Here at Knotice, our focus has always been about providing service and software that helps marketers increase ROI with more relevant messaging across channels. Ours is the only platform that unites the channels from the ground up, with data collection and channel execution natively unified within the same platform. Now that elegant solution extends into social. Yesterday we announced our

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CES Roundup 2012: Trend Watch

The Consumer Electronic Show (CES) took place last week in Las Vegas, and whether you walked through the 1.8 million square foot convention area or followed it through a multitude of RSS feeds, blogs, video, articles, etc. there’s still a lot that can be easily missed. This year I opted for the latter and followed the show online. Through the

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A Closer Look at Some Mobile Advice

In the recent issue of Integrated Solutions for Retailers, Frederick’s of Hollywood is profiled with their approach to mobile and ecommerce. It’s worth reading. But when you dig deeper into the article, you witness the potentially conflicting advice of integration of channels that I thought was worth sharing with you. In the section “Three Components of a Great Mobile Website,”

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Defense Against In-Store Poaching

I’ve said it before: MediaPost’s OMMA Mobile Summits always have great content. However at last week’s Summit in San Francisco, I found that what wasn’t discussed to be most interesting. There’s a lot of discussion about what bricks and mortar stores can do to mitigate the risks of being “poached” with mobile shopping (i.e., someone coming into the store, seeing/touching

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Netflix: The Company That Can’t Make Up Its Mind

Oh, Netflix. Poor confused Netflix. I was a fan and I even supported the Netflix/Qwikster decision. But now you’ve lost me. You’ve become a little too unpredictable for my liking. If you’re not following what I’m talking about, here’s a little bit of background. Back in August, the movie rental/streaming service angered its customers by raising the prices on subscription

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Paying Tribute to Steve Jobs

Some folks here at Knotice share their thoughts on the passing of Steve Jobs. “Thank you Steve Jobs for giving us parents the greatest tool of all times – The Tantrum Blocker, aka iphone/ipod/ipad/Toy Story. You will be missed but never be forgotten .” – Anitha Monippallil *** Steve Jobs impacted me, not only in the products he helped bring

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Refresher on Email CAN-SPAM Laws

I recently read that 95% of all emails sent can be considered spam. I thought it was a little high… that is, until I dug into my junk folder. Buried among the filtered “trash” were a few treasures – companies I actually wanted to hear from who never made it to my inbox. So, apparently even savvy online marketers can

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Turnkey 2D Solutions to Unlock Real Value

As the popularity of 2D barcodes continues to rise, marketers are faced with a variety of questions. One question I see often in marketing circles is “What turn-key 2D barcode solution would offer businesses and brands the most value?” First remember that no matter where your content comes from, it needs to be pulled into a mobile optimized, contextually appropriate

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