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Social Networks: how does it work? March 22, 2012

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As a Brand, you just wonder how to use social media, bloggers, Twitter…

Don’t waste your time, this is a summary of what to do…

Message to the World: no revolution please, Twitter is down for maintenance December 31, 2011

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Thank you.

Ivesta International in App Store Rewind 2011!!! December 12, 2011

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We cannot always share the success we have with the mobile applications we develop four our clients. Some have problems to do that (sometimes for even weird reasons I cannot talk about), but we all know that involvement from the developement Team is a key element.

Apple has chosen SpotMe to be included in App Store Rewind 2011. This means that SpotMe is now featured as a Best in 2011 finance section, along with PayPal. Congratulations to Boomerang Digital!

We loved working for this client, and there is more to come!

This is how we see outsourcing: a strong relationship with the client, trust and having fun working together, success to share and then our Team can bring the best!

We did design and all developments for SpotMe. Do you wanna share some achievements with us?! Ask for a quote and let’s Rock’nRoll!

Simple is simple November 29, 2011

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Request an invite here https://www.simple.com/

Meet Wild West @ LeWeb November 25, 2011

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“Ce n’est pas ce que vous croyez”.

Privacy, e-reputation, personal branding and so-so on, quite a fancy topic on Internet. Goods news: Michael Fertik will be one of the speakers at LeWeb this year, and he has a book for you. And some years of experience in this domain with Reputation.com.

Brand, VIPs, whatever, you should meet with this guy in Paris next month. Well, actually, not solomo but sosmart.

See you there.

Sponsored post in my stream-line on Facebook November 25, 2011

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A new business model for Facebook?
How much does it cost?!
Just curious…

(fr) Le Geektrip auquel vous ne participerez pas… November 24, 2011

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… et bien Evernote va vous l’offrir pendant LeWeb, et c’est la que ca se passe.

Je suis sincerement ravi pour le developpeur qui gagnera ce voyage dans la Silicon Valley, et je constate avec satisfaction que j’ai reussi a inspirer le service marketing d’Evernote, a defaut d’etre alle au bout de conversations entamees l’ete dernier avec cette startup grace a un ami Francais qui  y travaillait a l’epoque.

Une grande regle en Business : accepter de se faire piquer ses idees… et rebondir !

Ci-dessous : la maquette du nouveau site web du Geektrip… bientot live !

Wear your heart on your screen November 18, 2011

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Hey Frenchies, don’t belive you can (all) fly October 30, 2011

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A great video is buzzing those day, showing 2 French guys playing with nature and explaining how they’re inspired by nature. Have a look…

Really inspiring, and apparently so easy, just with some preparations, testing height by sending some rocks, evaluating the angle,  a good equipment and let’s go! I wanna fly!!!

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No. No guys, it’s scary, it’s crazy and almost impossible to do for the majority of us.

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Now my point here: French “startups” and Silicon Valley. It’s the same thing. You must be ready to jump there like those guys, and you MUST be prepared. Because it requires a lot of preparation, a lot of knowledge, a lot of advices, a good equipment, and it’s just a 15 seconds jump. Well, if you have to possibility to pay for a 2nd jump, a 3rd jump, it does not matter, that’s cool. It’s called a “pivot”, and there are still so many paint points on B2B’s or niche in the consumers market, you can find happiness.

And I agree, it’s Paradise for developers, and there is still some money to get from VCs. There is more Business Angels than everywhere else, that’s true. But how to get out of the crowd, should you jump from Coit Tower by parachute to be identified? It’s all about connections. The right ones.

I like the conclusion of this guy about freedom. Like many others, I felt it in this huge playground Silicon Valley can be. But it’s not enough. If you don’t have a good parachute, don’t jump.

Israel with @roi and more August 15, 2011

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I woke up last Sunday morning with a tweet from a friend bringing me to Techcrunch.com and this post.

After Greece, Spain, Tunisia, Lybia, Egypt, Syria, now Israel… like the voice of Bob Marley becoming a reality (listen again “Ambush in the Night“). Different situations and consequences obviously, and each of them have to be handle with care.

Roi Carthy did a very unusual work on Techcrunch, talking more about politic than tech, a very good one I myst say.

And the video is… watch it!

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