The Power of @Twitter

May 8, 2019

After having written thousands of blogs posts in the mid 2000s, its been over five years since I have posted anything here.

If and when I write, I have been “writing” on Twitter.

When I signed up for Twitter in February of 2008, I thought it would be a much better platform for making new contacts than the other social media platforms available at the time which were primarily MySpace, Friendster and Facebook.

After years of building out my Twitter network, my initial thoughts about the potential power of Twitter to reach the otherwise unreachable have since proven correct.

How else could I – just a guy and his laptop – reach the CEO of Google let alone have him share my Wall Street Journal tweet with his two million followers?

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In this day and age of instant communication, not from a traditional blog post.

Sorry WordPress.

Proven Search Engine Marketing

June 27, 2014
How To Get Customers To Your Website with Proven Search Engine Marketing from Tim Cohn

Unboxing My Google Glass

February 28, 2014

I just received my Google Glass today!

Here is what Google Glass looks like coming out of the box.

Unboxing My Google Glass

Unboxing My Google Glass

Unboxing them was simpler than what I anticipated.

Now on to Google Glass usage!

A Google AdWords Account Performance Update

May 8, 2012

I have bought 972,045,102 Google ads, produced 5,386,091 visitors & booked 110,515 transactions (leads & sales) with Google Adwords.

The Tim Cohn Digital Daily

May 8, 2012

I no longer actively blog but do publish the Tim Cohn Digital Daily which features the most current technology industry news.

As of today, The Tim Cohn Digital Daily has been viewed 2,368,519 times.

The Tim Cohn Digital Daily

The Tim Cohn Digital Daily

For Sale

March 2, 2012

All data that can be recorded and stored sold off or against will be.

For Sale

For Sale

Google Robert Noyce Microchip Doodle

December 12, 2011

Google features a doodle honoring the birthday of Robert Noyce, the co-founder of Intel and the co-inventor of the integrated circuit or microchip.

Google Robert Noyce Microchip Doodle

Google Robert Noyce Microchip Doodle

Noyce co-founded Fairchild Semiconductor in 1957, the company that pioneered transistor and integrated circuit manufacturing.

Jack Kilby invented the integrated circuit using germanium in 1958 and later received a Nobel Prize for his work. Noyce’s breakthrough, which replaced germanium with silicon, came a half year later, but solved some practical problems in Kilby’s design and laid the foundation for all modern computer chips.

Together with Gordon Moore and Arthur Rock Noyce co-founded the even more influential Intel corporation in 1968.

Intel was the first company to start successfully manufacturing microprocessors, which in turn made it one of the world’s preeminent technology companies.

 

Google Q3 2011 Earnings Statement Word Cloud

October 14, 2011

The Google Q3 2011 earnings statement in a word cloud –

Google Q3 2011 Earnings Statement Word Cloud

Google Q3 2011 Earnings Statement Word Cloud

 

The Definition Of Social Media

July 6, 2011

Social Media: a place online where users spend time recording the things that interest them most.

In exchange for use of this free recording place, users agree that some if not all of their recorded data can be used by the social media property in turn to target offers and or advertising.

The GeoSocial Universe

May 20, 2011

If Skype has 663 million users and is worth $8.5 billion and Facebook has 629 million users how is Facebook worth  seven times more than Skype?

The GeoSocial Universe

The GeoSocial Universe