Archive for September, 2015

Episode 12: How Slack and Shadow IT Are Changing the Workplace

Neil looks at how Shadow IT is responsible for Slack becoming the¬†fastest–growing enterprise software in history. Will it kill E-Mail? What are

Global Community Celebrates a 30 Hour International Podcast Day

With one billion subscribers across 250,000 unique podcasts and 8 million episodes, it’s fair to say that the podcasting enjoyed a very

Episode 11: Digital Hoarding, Online Authenticity & New Social Media App BeMe

The Tech Blog Writer Podcast is currently featured on the front page of iTunes under “New and Noteworthy” so a very warm

Episode 10: Can Beacons, Indoor Mapping & Deals Apps Save Shopping Malls From Show-Rooming?

In this episode Neil looks at the power of Nostalgia and how it is increasingly being used as a sales tactic and

Will Indoor Mapping and Deals Apps Save Shopping Malls?

The growing trend of show-rooming where consumers get hands-on with a product in a physical store before looking it up on their

Episode 9: The Apple Announcements and Where to Find Inspiration for LinkedIn Blog Posts

This weeks podcasts looks at the latest announcement from Apple with the launch of a new larger iPad, Apple Pencil, Keyboard, Apple

Episode 8: Rise of the Social Influencer and Sponsored Posts

This week’s podcast looks at the growing trend of marketing companies using vloggers and bloggers to endorse¬†products with their authentic voice. Does

Is Nostalgia the Ultimate Selling Tool?

One of my earliest memories of eating out was the pure happiness of picking up a toy from a Happy Meal as

Rise of the Social Influencer and Sponsored Posts

We are acutely aware that traditional media has misled us over the years with reviews and opinions being sold to the highest

Will You Live Forever in the Digital Afterlife?

Our mortality is something that we probably guilty of taking for granted and managing our social media channels after we die should

20 Years Since Windows 95 Changed Our World

Although, younger readers might chuckle at our quaint ways, it was 20 years ago today that tech was about to get cool