Apple recording the position of your iPhone or 3G iPad into a hidden file.
How do you select a hosting company from the seemingly endless list of service providers?
The two areas where I really see opportunity for mobile marketing in 2011 are loyalty and location based programs.
Foursquare has announced its ‘cheaters code’ – an attempt to catch some of the folks that are checking in from their couches to steal mayorships. Users can no longer check in to a location, and earn points or badges, without actually being there.
Today’s Headlines: MySpace Co-Presidents Reveal Plan for the Future, Foursquare Introduces New Tools for Businesses, and Facebook’s Coming Location Service
Your parents always told you that cheaters never prosper. It’s a saying we tell children (and occasionally a few adults) so they learn to become honest, wholesome people. Unfortunately, cheaters may be prospering on Foursquare.
The latest trend in social media, geolocation, has brought about some very interesting applications. Some say that these apps are the next big thing. Today we will review the popular geolocation site foursquare, and see if this site can really live up to the buzz.
Today’s Headlines: Foursquare Responds to PleaseRobMe, Facebook Announces Partnership with PayPal, and The People Of Twitter Think NBC’s Olympics Coverage Sucks
Today’s Headlines: Huffington Post’s New Ad Revenue Stream: Twitter Feeds, Location’s Social Paradox, and 10 Ways Social Media Will Change In 2010
StraightUpSocial News Links for 10/2/2009