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How far would you go for the perfect cup of coffee? There is seemingly no limit to the United States’ torrid love affair with coffee. Like many other consumer mediums, tastes for the ‘other black gold’ have gone through drastic changes in the last 100 years, evolving from the military grade canned coffee that is...
A unique concept bridging social networking and location-based marketing, check-in applications have become one of the most prominent trends in marketing. A few years ago, the first round of mobile check-in apps hit the market, spurring the excitement for this technology. By allowing users to announce their presence at a restaurant, bar, or event venue...
Social media is all the rage these days.  And these days, rage might be an understatement. Last week, Twitter experienced the longest service disruption since its hour long outage in October 2011, causing an internet freak-out.  Known for its history of similar outages, it didn’t take long for the user base to divert attention to...
Last week, Yahoo! officially released its new “visually enhanced” web browser for desktops and iOS devices. Known as Axis, the browser is an innovative spin on visual searches that aims to streamline the searching experience by effectively eliminating the concept of a ‘results’ page. Yahoo!’s demo video shows why Axis’ technology could be the key...
The focus for most marketers is on social, mobile, and all things technology in an attempt to capture market share and provide measurable return on investment. In an effort to be better, faster, and constant, marketers must leverage the most influential crowd that continues to gain power over marketers and brands alike. This paradigm shift...
Watch a set of advertisements during any major television event, and you are bound to see a spot for a Budweiser, Miller, or Coors product. Domestic macrobrewers have notoriously gigantic budgets for ad campaigns, and in terms of sales of their flagship offerings, the rate of return on investment is excellent. Initially introduced in 2007,...
Nearing the end of 2011, QR Codes (short for Quick Response Codes) were the red-hot new word in the marketer’s vocabulary. The 2D matrix-type barcodes were beginning to appear everywhere, from traditional places for print marketing such as corkboards and city busses, to newer locations like storefront windows television screens. Armed with smartphones that have...
Hot on the heels of the news that Google’s Chrome had surpassed Mozilla’s Firefox for the number 2 spot on the list of the most used web browsers, speculation has begun to emerge that it may be a matter of time before Google+, the tech giant’s social media foray begins to seriously challenge Facebook for...
You won’t find William (Bill) Maher, founder and CEO of Intelaplay tucked away in an office building. Instead, he can be seen taking to the skies in his Cessna 127Sp or sailing the blue waters off of Florida’s Gulf Coast. Bill is three times a successful entrepreneur with a passion for travel that he developed...
Intelaplay launches www.intelaplay.com, an immersive and intuitive online travel website, providing a differentiated experience for travelers and advertisers alike.  The online platform offers an educational, easy to use, yet richly contextual experience.  Developed by Junction Creative Solutions, the website is designed and aligned with the mission of Intelaplay, presenting comprehensive resources in an easy to digest experience...
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