Archive | October 2011

InSequent to release MyMobileSite – next gen in Mobile Site Development


What do you think happens when a consumer searches for your business on a mobile phone? If you don’t have a mobile version of your site then one thing’s for sure, they probably won’t stay long. With more and more search originating from mobile phones this is a problem.

InSequent has been generating mobile sites on behalf of our customers for quite some time now using our Content Management System (CMS).

Now we add the translation of your existing site (just enter the URL) to our CMS platform where you can add/modify your content. This will give us best and easiest way to get your site mobile instantly and automatically.

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InSequent releases version 2.10

One of the key features to this release was granting subscribers the ability to customize the Welcome, Stop, Help text message for any of their keywords.

We also added new reporting including a News Alert Subscriber Trend Report.

Next up is 2.11 on November 2 which will be highlighted by mobile website analytics.

Big New Features Coming

Can’t wait to share. Next release this Sunday. I’ll post more soon.

Nice Mobile Marketing Collateral


One thing our friends at eBridge know how to do and that is sell. They sign up an average of 2,500 new small business customers every week to one or more of their offerings. Now we wish they were all mobile customers too but we’ll get there…

We’ll try and post as many examples as we can of how our customers are promoting our mobile solution to give you ideas on how you might do likewise.

Apple tribute logo


By a 19 year old student in Hong Kong. Story above.

Update: Looks like this image has a striking resemblance to one already out there which caused a firestorm of criticism for the student. 

Think about what he did


And he never made it about him. Truly the most amazing entreprenuer in my lifetime and probably of all time.

“Don’t mourn because it’s over. Celebrate because it was.”

“Stay hungry. Stay foolish.”

“Remembering that you are going to die is the best way I know to avoid the trap of thinking you have something to lose.”