Carl’s Jr, Hardees — Mobile Apps That Make Good Business Sense

From ClickZ — “Having announced their intentions to do so earlier in the year, fast food restaurants Carl’s Jr. and Hardees have launched a location-based mobile application to reward loyal customers. Parent company CKE Restaurants said the company chose to build its own application, as opposed to partnering with existing location-based providers such as FourSquare, Read more about Carl’s Jr, Hardees — Mobile Apps That Make Good Business Sense[…]

Places: Facebook’s Foursquare Attack App

Back to blogging about cool ways that technology will impact our lives, I need to spend a bit of time about Facebook “Places.”  As  an early fan of Foursquare, I believe there is real power in the check-in capability of Foursquare and it’s competitors, and I spent a fair amount of time and effort trying Read more about Places: Facebook’s Foursquare Attack App[…]

Last Night on FourSquare NYC

Yesterday I took some of my thinking on the road (down the Metro-North tracks to NYC) to visit a rising star in the beverage world and an established star in the field of online publishing.  I had one talk after another on the value of mobile/social applications, the challenges of “doing it right” and then Read more about Last Night on FourSquare NYC[…]

The Foursquare Phenomenon — and mobile apps of the future…

What’s the coolest iPhone app?  Well my son would probably pick a game where you flick fuzz-balls around a grid (FlingFree).  Or something called “The World’s Most Addictive Game.”  (seems just like a moving doodle…)  For me, I’m having  a great time exploring UrbanDaddy.com’s “The Next Move” app (sort of a portable, all-knowing wingman in Read more about The Foursquare Phenomenon — and mobile apps of the future…[…]

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