Teens & Tech: Research Shows What the Future Holds
Another in our “Great Articles You may have missed” series. We hear much about the new Digital Natives and how different they are (or may be) from the generations which preceded them. Shelly Kramer delves into recent research on Gen Z, taking a closer look at their likes and dislikes. Not discussed here, but could
The Ultimate List of Internet, eCommerce & Hosting Facts
Being successful in the world of online business is not impossible, but it’s not easy either. As with anything, the more informed you are, the bigger the chances of reaching your goals. It’s the same with online sales. except that the internet is an ever-changing environment that keeps reinventing and shifting current paradigms. Online sales
The History & Future of Social Media Growth [Infographic]
Social media is something everyone reading this article is likely to take for granted. We could be forgiven for feeling as if it has been with us forever, that everyone is on it, and that it is as much a part of everyone’s life as it is ours. Quite the contrary though! The majority of
Generation C: Bridging The Digital Divide
The digital divide generations With the influx of digital natives in the labor market in recent years, a tech-skills divide between the generations is becoming more obvious. We see this rift reflected both in the schools and in the family unit. Consequently, the transmission of knowledge and digital learning from one generation to another has
Is ‘Information Overload’ a Myth?
The History Of The Theory of Information Overload First, let’s talk about the historical precedence of the information overload theory. I imagine the 2nd day after we emerged from caves, one caveman grunting to the other that there was just too much stuff to process to survive for him to go on. Luckily for us,
Communities are the Future – Are you In?
By Bryan Kramer As humans, we’re used to joining communities in the physical world. We coach our kid’s sports teams. We go to conferences and have co-workers. We belong to book clubs and non-profit groups seeking to learn something new or make our world a better place. Even our own families are small communities. Most
What Is A MacGuffin & Why Web Design Needs To Include Them
Film MacGuffins I’ve been fascinated with the idea of MacGuffins and how the idea translates to websites. Here is an explanations of a film MacGuffin, an idea created by Alfred Hitchcock: One of the most oft-used and well known plot devices in Hollywood movies is the “MacGuffin,” the object that drives the story forward and
Marty (@ScentTrail) Shares 5 Internet Marketing Lessons From The Big C
One lesson every Internet marketer learns is to learn from everything. Here are 5 Internet marketing lessons I’ve learned from surviving cancer: Internet Marketing Lesson #1: Be Patient In A Hurry This lesson is contradictory sounding but accurate to the experience of Internet marketing. Patience in a hurry describes one of the core skills every
Ouch! 3 Ways To Avoid the Coming Community Shock
Content Shock Becomes Community Shock Content Shock: Why Content Marketing Is Not A Sustainable Strategy is a highly influential post by Mark Schaefer. Mark outlines what every content marketer knows. We can’t ALL create an infinite amount of content and win. Attention is one of the few things that we can’t easily create more of.
[INFOGRAPHIC]: The Chaos of Online Marketing
Here at Curatti, we have the pulse on the evolving nature of Internet Marketing and social media. There’s a lot of activity going on in this space, and it is only getting more chaotic as we speak with the forming of new companies, industries, and job titles. To help with understanding, we crafted an infographic
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