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Place shapes in NY

Foursquare’s eye candy from New York City

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新宿駅 Shinjuku Station Place Shape

Foursquare’s eye candy from Shinjuku Station

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Last year, I was on a flight from Austin to Denver, frustrated that I was unable to attend more sessions at SxSWi. It was my first year and I was overwhelmed by the quantity/quality of information. I had attended 4 days of sessions from 9am to 5pm and still only scratched the surface. As I sipped yet …

SxSWi 2016

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Big Boulder is an amazing conference I’ve been fortunate enough to attend for the past four years. The conference is focused on social data and I’m working on a summary post about the event. Until then . . . enjoy!

Big Boulder 2015!

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Mobile commerce is here!!! If I had a nickel for every time I heard that I’d have about 35 cents. But this time will surely be different! Apple has jumped into the ring for the higher end of the market and MCX with CurrentC will get the lower end. There’s only one small problem: just because …

Getting people to use mobile for transactions

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LinkedIn is an amazing tool. I use it daily for the following tasks Research companies and potential business partners Keep up to date on what’s going on in the digital marketing industry (Search, mobile, location, social and data across all three of these, just in case your keeping score) Share content to the LinkedIn group Marketing@Daniels Review who …

LinkedIn needs to dashboard me

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  It has been an amazing class/trip to Japan. I learned a lot about mobile consumer behavior and the cultural characteristics that drive some of the behavioral differences. In the end, if you boil the trip down to its base element(s), it all comes down to culture.  When I started this class, the equation I came up with …

Mobile Consumer Behavior: The trip home

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Today is our last day in Japan and I got up early, ate and headed out to the Fushimi Inari Shrine. This is a place I’ve always wanted to go and it did not disappoint. It’s about 1/2 hour from our hotel and it was easy to find. There are roughly 1 million photo opportunities and the …

Mobile Consumer Behavior: Day 9 in Japan

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We had two full days left in Japan and my students needed to take everything they’d seen/heard/learned (also known as data) and use it to write the create the final project. The final project was a paper and is outlined here. I met with each student team – primary and secondary – to review their …

Mobile Consumer Behavior: Day 8 in Japan

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After a brief stop at the Edo-Tokyo Museum. It was brief because the top three floors were closed! We then went back to Kyoto on the bullet train. Once we arrived we settled into the hotel (same rooms!) and then headed out to the Ginkaku-ji. After that we took a look at Heian Shrine. This is …

Mobile Consumer Behavior: Day 7 in Japan

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