I honestly don't think even Apple was prepared for how popular the gold iPhones were going to be. One might argue that limiting availability was a brilliant marketing strategy to create urgency and demand, but the fact that some stores only received a few handsets, and that many carrier stores have yet to receive or sell a single gold unit suggests that it was simply a matter of underestimating how many people would fall in love with the sparkly iPhone.
The months of speculation are over. Apple has held their event and officially ended the rampant rumors on what is coming in Apple's flagship product: the iPhone. And surprisingly, the rumor mill was largely spot on, as Apple did indeed release two different iPhone models, as expected, along with many of the features that have been discussed and debated.
LinkedIn has been making a great effort this year to improve the expand the site's internal Search capabilities. LinkedIn recognizes that the professional use of the site has evolved beyond resumes and job postings, and that businesses and professionals are using the site to forge new connections and relationships for a variety of purposes.
Apple announced the much-anticipated iOS7 today during WWDC's keynote address, and it did not disappoint. Among the many improvements and new features, one area that Apple has come a long way in addressing is Security. From keeping our logins and accounts secure, to helping to stave off iPhone theft, security is clearly a priority for Apple.
Are you a movie buff, a film lover, a cineaste, or simply an everyday person who simply enjoys movies? Gear up and equip the movie addict in you with the best movie apps for your iPhone. Beyond just finding the best titles, a database of films shot in your hometown, or a self-made list of actors you need to see before you die, take your time and try out these iPhone apps that will help you make the best out of your movie viewing experience… and beyond.
It is critical in every business that there be metrics in place to measure every possible aspect of the business so that we can gauge whether or not those aspects are getting better or worse. The more accurate and easier to obtain the metrics are, the better. Businesses need to be able to see, at a glance, information like how many units were sold for given period, what the profit margin was, what the business costs were, how many new customers, and so on. The business also needs to be able to measure the effectiveness of certain activities, including sales and marketing.
Several friends and clients have noticed that I have an email signature that includes graphics and links, and have asked how they can use a similar signature themselves. It's a little complicated as you will need to create an HTML webpage as part of the process, but I'll outline the basics for you here.