This is such a smart move for Instagram. It allows brands to build a greater presence and makes the service more accessible to people. Interesting how the design looks like Facebook Timeline. I guess they didn’t have to think ‘outside the box’ for the parent company design.
You’ve asked for Instagram on the web and we’ve listened. Over the next few days, we’ll be rolling out Instagram profiles on the web!
Your web profile features a selection of your recently shared photographs just above your profile photo and bio, giving others a snapshot of the photos you share…
To all the NY’ers who need a little something to help get things back to normal, join City Winery in SoHo for a fantastic showcase of small wineries along with their owner/winemakers, appetizers and great give-aways on Wednesday.
Celebrate power, heat, subways working again or maybe just celebrate the end of election season and toast to the oncoming media assault on the ‘fiscal cliff.’ Either way, this will be a fantastic event. You can purchase tickets here, but be sure to use the super, secret discount code RHONE7 to save 40% off the ticket price.
Apple hopes to alleviate travel woes with iTravel, according to their filing with the U.S. Patent Office. There are lots of concerns in syncing your personal phone with all your data including passport, credit cards, boarding pass, etc. It will make iPhones some of the most valuable items for thieves. I also wonder if TSA and CBP are even equipped with the capabilities for something like this.
Incentivizing people to share your destination content is not new news. Spending $1mm on 500 trips to your destination for those to post, tweet or Instagram your destination is. While this promotion may work for our good friends ‘down undah, not sure it benefits them or their communities. Having a large audience is great, but having a smaller, highly engaged audience of brand ambassadors is better.
Anyone see a theme with these new logos?
It is primary color day for tech companies.