Last week we were asked to help troubleshoot technical issues that a company (who shall remain nameless) was having with a mobile marketing campaign. Without giving too much away, the plan is to use a location-based system to call people on their cell phones and direct them to a special marketing event in their area.
If you’re already familiar with the Chabris and Simons Selective Attention Test, then keep reading. If not, then click here and watch the video carefully. The goal of the experiment is to count the number of times people in white pass the ball. Come back here once you’ve finished the video (you will get the
Let’s face it – video is really starting to take over the Web. Why read something when you can watch it? I mean, it’s much cooler to watch an opposing running back consistently break through the Kansas Chief’s defense and rack up 200 yards that it is to read about it later. Yes, I am
At bloomfield knoble, we recognize that Search Engine Optimization and Search Engine Marketing are important aspects to creating successful integrated campaigns. It’s just that the entire concept of keyword searching is so 2010. Over a decade ago, Tim Berners-Lee suggested the idea of a semantic Web – the idea that information should be stored in
This article found on HousingWatch.com is the basis for the blog below — http://www.housingwatch.com/2010/08/27/fannie-mae-wants-you-to-knowyouroptions-com/ A recent pro ject bloomfield knoble provided for Fannie Mae was the KnowYourOptions.com website and communication campaign. This effort includes internal and external marketing material for every viable channel. The intent, after careful thought and planning, was to develop a communication
As designers of digital signage, we want to use computers, but can’t. The reason is because computers (generally) rely on Random Access Memory. In RAM, individual bits of data can be accessed and changed. This makes RAM very fast, since the computer can directly access the data it wants to manipulate. Computers can tweak small