Neil experiences life away from Microsoft Windows and gets to grips with OSX for the first time, only to discover he is a digital hoarder during his digital transitional stage.
This week's question is from Lifestyle Entrepreneur Wellness Coach Robin A Henderson who asks about the importance of online authenticity and Neil tries out the new social media app BeMe.
In this episode Neil looks at the power of Nostalgia and how it is increasingly being used as a sales tactic and for marketing purposes as we all embrace geek culture.
Meanwhile, The growing trend of show-rooming where consumers get hands-on with a product in a physical store before looking it up on their smartphones to purchase online at a lower price is increasingly becoming a thorn in the side of the physical stores inside shopping malls all over the world.
Can Beacons, Indoor Mapping & Mobile Deals Apps Save Shopping Malls From Show-Rooming and online shopping?
This weeks question fromCEO of the European Marketing Network Leahnanne Hobson who asks about how to monetize LinkedIn.
This weeks podcasts looks at the latest anouncement from Apple with the launch of a new larger iPad, Apple Pencil, Keyboard, Apple TV and new iPhone 6S models.
Neil also looks at how 5 applications can boost your productive and help organise yourself to produce regular content on the LinkedIn publishing platform.
This weeks question is from Spencer Taylor
This week's podcast looks at the growing trend of marketing companies using vloggers and bloggers to endorse products with their authentic voice. Does great power require great responsibility and could bloggers unwittingly be sacrificing their integrity?
We also look at the impending YouTube subscription model and the pro's and cons of content being hidden behind paywalls.
This week's question was by Sarah Elkins