posted by Development
If you've been to our office recently, you’ve probably seen our Mobile Testing Lab. We tell everyone about it; clients, partners, students, interviewees, journalists. We really like to talk about it. And we should, it’s really amazing.
We like to show it off
But that's not why we built it. I mean, that’s partially why we built it; we wanted to be able to talk about it. We said it would help show people that we are committed to this whole mobile thing. We said when we pitch a new responsive website or an amazing new mobile app that it would show clients that we knew what we were talking about. We said that it would get people talking. We never thought people would actually use is as much as they do.
It really wasn't that hard
Building a mobile testing lab really sounds like a lot of work.
- You have to come up with a plan. Sketches help.
- You have to convince a lot of people.
- You have to build it.
- You have to run electrical lines. This is dangerous stuff.
posted by Design
TAGS: thundertech, marketing, agency, mobile, testing, lab, device, test, develop, Development, web, website, app, Data, phone, tablet
It's time to get those gardens going, but don't forget about nurturing
your social media—your online profiles need attention to grow! This
month, decorate your desktop with an earthy flower pattern for your
green thumb and another marketing tip that will keep you on your toes.
Download our May wallpaper to your desktop or mobile device.
posted by Public Relations
TAGS: thundertech, design, wallpaper, April, 2013, spring, free, download, background, mobile, calendar, marketing, marketing tip, garden, gardening, flowers, plant, spring, social media, LinkedIn
It can be overwhelming to keep up with mobile trends when they are always changing, so we’ve done the work for you. Our Mobile Report Series is exactly what you need to stay on top of all the information. Start here with our first Mobile Report.
The latest addition to our Mobile Report Series, Mother’s Little Helper in the Digital Age, takes the topic of Mobile Moms and dissects what marketers must know about them to harness their $2.4 trillion collective buying power.
The 5 Things You Need to Know About Mobile Moms::
- 3 out of 4 Mobile Moms say that marketers don’t understand them.
posted by Design
TAGS: thundertech, mobile, mom, mother, mommy, marketing, digital, tools, research, report, mobile marketing, audience, sales, consumer, household, purchasing, buyer, power, smartphone, tablet, shopping
Winter hibernation is over! It's time to get to work refreshing your house…your garage…and your marketing! This month, your thunder::tech wallpaper offers more than just a scenic background-keep a helpful tip on your desktop all month long and keep your marketing in the front of your mind.
Download our April wallpaper to your desktop or mobile device.
posted by Accounts
TAGS: thundertech, design, wallpaper, April, 2013, spring, free, download, background, mobile, calendar, marketing, marketing tip, SEO, seo tip, optimization, spring cleaning
Members of the thunder::tech team attended the South by Southwest (SXSW) interactive conference in Austin, Texas last week! The five-day festival included panel discussions by some of tech’s best minds, incredible networking, big brand parties, music and general shenanigans. We had to find a way to bring our experiences back with us, so we challenged each team member that got the chance to go to Austin to give us a quick take and grab some pics.
Catch up if you missed our introductory post and Andrea’s, Justin’s or Melanie’s Quick Takes. Now here’s our fourth and final Quick Takes from our president, Jason Therrien.
Jason’s SXSW Quick Takes:
- General hunger for knowledge. SXSW is known for the parties, but the daytime events were almost all sold out. There were very few folks taking notes on paper. Mainly tablets, which were mostly iPads.
- In the convention center, a hologram helped direct you on the top sessions for the day, etc.
TAGS: thundertech, sxsw, austin, south by southwest, 2013, marketing, technology, mascots, gesture, mobile, trend spotting, QR code