Please Call Me About Your Email

Do you remember land lines?
Do you remember land lines?

I was working as usual today – answering client questions, brainstorming with colleagues – all the usual stuff.  And as usual, I sent a couple of emails asking people if it would be okay for me to call them about some issues we were facing.  As I hit “send” on one such email, I thought about how the etiquette behind the way we communicate has changed over the years. Continue reading “Please Call Me About Your Email”

What’s in a Name? A Data Driven Look at my Fellow Wesley Halls

John Wesley (28 June 1703 – 2 March 1791)
John Wesley (28 June 1703 – 2 March 1791)

Whenever I see or meet someone I share my name with, I always wonder about the things we have – or do not have – in common other than our name. At MaassMedia, we have two Wesleys. One Wesley enjoys racing cars and the other Wesley is a ravenous football fan. Both Wesleys are code junkies and love JavaScript. Recently, I started wondering what my fellow Wesley Halls do and love, so I took a thousand foot view at my namesakes across a couple of data sources. Continue reading “What’s in a Name? A Data Driven Look at my Fellow Wesley Halls”

The Art of Mobile Geofencing

Mobile geofencing creates virtual geographic boundaries.
Mobile geofencing creates virtual geographic boundaries.

You’ve built a connection with your customers. Sales are up. Everything is running smoothly with your mobile app. But you’re not one to settle. So, how can you make your marketing campaigns hyper-focused? Start by considering mobile phone usage. We are seamlessly connected in today’s world. It’s time to leverage this tremendous opportunity in the form of Mobile Geofencing. Continue reading “The Art of Mobile Geofencing”