Published 30th September
Greetings and welcome to the 239th Carnival of the Mobilists.
This week Eric Chan (@mobileslate) hosts a double-shot of Carnival of Mobilists, all right before the 2010 CTIA Fall San Francisco Conference.
“First double-shot: Martin Wilson over at Indigo 102 starts us off and writes about the next Nokia and Intuit global alliance: Another nail in the coffin for directory publishers?
The opportunity in a real and trusted role as intermediary marketer for the small business is really up for grabs. I have always said that new players would emerge and stake a claim in this potentially very lucrative space – I am not convinced Google will dominate as many think, Nokia could well prevail if they play the right cards.
He also writes about Seven Shortcomings That Can Wreck Your Mobile Strategy
We concluded that many companies deserve high marks for trying to ‘think mobile’, but their execution is mediocre at best.”
The full Carnival post: Here
Posted by Martin Wilson
Martin has spent almost 10 years involved in developing, marketing and commercialising mobile services and has developed an indepth knowledge. Having supported some of the world’s large media owners in developing mobile services his track record of delivery speaks for itself. Martin is a true expert in mobile who really understands how to open the mobile environment in an effective and often complimentary way for the organisations that he works. If we can support you get in touch (firstname.lastname@example.org).
(Follow us on twitter: @indigo102)