With the growing appeal of smart speakers and voice input, consumers are going to increasingly expect audio content. That’s why there’s a budding competition between Google and Amazon to turn text into spoken words. Companies and brands will need to adapt.
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The great Twitter 280 Characters debate of 2017 has begun. Here’s everything you need to know and 10 things for your company or brand to consider.
Here are 12 tactics to help you take control of how you look in Google search results. David Erickson, Karwoski & Courage’s VP of Online Marketing, is interviewed on WCCO TV about managing your reputation online.
Google PhotoScan is a new mobile app that helps you more easily scan those old Polaroids that are sitting around in shoe boxes in a closet or tucked into photo albums.
Google’s announcement of the Pixel, Google Home, Google Assistant and the Daydream View VR headset constitute a shot across the bow of Amazon’s efforts to dominate the smart home.
Twitter wants to be the social TV channel and is betting big on live streaming television with its deals with Wimbledon, the NHL, NBA, MLB and, not least of all, the National Football League.
Augmented reality is nothing new. In addition to the Pokemon Go craze, here are 16 other examples of augmented reality applications.
Don’t make the mistake of assuming that because you’re in a B2B industry, you can’t reach your audience through Facebook.
The problem with sentiment analysis is a lack of context. Will Facebook Reactions provide the context to make sentiment analysis reliable?
Google has perfected swipe typing with its new virtual keyboard for iOS, Gboard. Plus, it’s got search and sharing features baked in.