Location based marketing
This entry is part 5 of 5 in the series 2017 PredictionsWhat are the 2017 predictions in marketing? More specifically, what will happen with content marketing, data & analytics, influence marketing, location-based marketing, marketing trends, and mobile marketing? 2017 Predictions 2017 predictions are divided into 3 posts this week: 2017 in general(Monday) Marketing predictions (Tuesday) Ad […]
Wondering what’s in store for mobile and the internet of things? Wonder no more, below you will find more than what you were hoping for.
Location matters in mobile advertising. Everybody knows that, but how much does location matter in mobile? That’s a question up for debate. Ask anyone in the industry and you will receive very different answers to that question.
This 7th overseas virtual trip takes mainly in Asia with some Africa and South America for good measure. As with my other overseas trips, this is mainly for the new city badges and leveling up my expertise badges.
This 2nd virtual trip through New England covers my Foursquare activities from September through December 2012 in New York, Vermont, Maine and New Hampshire.
My overseas virtual trips usually have me hopping all over the globe. This one in particular was concentrated strictly in Europe between August and December 2012 in the hunt for new city badges, and leveling up a few expertise badges.
This 18th virtual trip spans from June to August 2012 and unlocked 12 new badges in Montreal Qc, Trois-Rivieres Qc, Toronto On, Tampa Bay FL, Schenectady NY and Bethlehem PA.
Here’s what you missed if you didn’t visit my blog in February
This blog post is called Foursquare Badge Jedi because I now have the vast majority of available badges, including most expertise badges leveled up to “10.” Here are the 32 that I’ve currently gotten to level 10.
It seems like yesterday when I published a post about my 300th Foursquare badge, but that was in last August already. Since then, many city and partner badges have popped up and I’ve managed to capture most of them, but not all.