Mobile Marketing and Cloud Computing

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Eric Bellman, WSJ

Could this Indian farmer–a man without a toilet or tractor, just a cell phone–be your future customer or follower? You might be surprised; and if necessary, you could even find and ask him.

He represents the future of mobile marketing. Very personal conversations between diverse people, in an increasingly multi-layered world.

And could he benefit from something you already know, or perhaps something you can give him access to? It depends on how you’ve designed the future You.

Your incredible brain represents the future of cloud computing–also about very personal conversations.

Thanks to technology, even Indian farmers can move toward the intersection of mobile marketing and cloud computing. Want to get there first? That will depend on your sincere willingness to share.

My six-part video series (see this introduction) will explore six ways that mobile marketing and cloud computing can help you nurture unexpected conversations for a more successful business. These powerful technologies have the potential to:

1. Help you share your brilliance, so you can stop repeating your hard work.
2. Speed up the process of sharing for faster, more reliable results.

3. Make sharing more inclusive, so you can apply diverse thinking to every question.
4. Prepare you to tap into all the human capital you’ll need to succeed.
5. Work wherever you are, whenever you’re ready, and with whatever valuable thought occurs to you.
6. Generate the human kinetic energy you need to power your business’s future.

Every day the Internet takes you to unexpected destinations. Shouldn’t each stop be on a unique journey?

Republished with author's permission from original post.

Carey Giudici
Betterwords for Business
Carey has a unique, high-energy approach to help small business owners, entrepreneurs and in-transition professionals make their Brand and content achieve superior results in the social media. He calls it "Ka-Ching Coaching" because the bottom line is always . . . your bottom line. He has developed marketing and training material for a Fortune 5 international corporation, a large public utility, the Embassy of Japan, the University of Washington, and many small businesses and entrepreneurs.

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