Posts Tagged 'Starkey'

Nice Piece on Starkey and WowWe

WeNetProfits calls WowWe “totally awesome.”


Chen and Stevenson Part of WowWe Team

This is incredible: Jake Stevenson, the guy who built the award-winning PocketTwit Twitter Client for the Windows Mobile platform, and Eric Chen, co-inventor of Appleā€™s QuickTime VR, are both members of Bill Starkey’s WowWe team.

That gives me great hope that the product will be easy to use across all platforms, including the iPhone and Android. These guys are great programmers!

Starkey Brings Tremendous Experience to WowWe

I’m getting more and more excited about the upcoming launch of WowWe, a video email and video conferencing service that seems like the answer to an audience builder’s prayer.

I’ve discovered that the man behind WowWe is Bill Starkey, a very successful businessman. I actually had a friend who worked for Starkey once and said it was a great experience, praising Starkey for his insight, passion, and ethical bearing. Starkey also has track record of success in software development, having developed many widely used applications for the Real Estate industry.

I plan on researching who else is on the Starkey team and will report back on this blog.

The Rumor: Good Video Email Service Coming Soon

I’ve been looking for a decent platform from which to send video e-mails, something that allows me to easily email large groups of people and use snazzy templates, but that, unlike Constant Contact, makes creating and embedding email a cinch.

A friend of mine just told me about WowWe, a new fully integrated video email and video conferencing platform that sounds like it is just the thing I need to grow my business.

I’ll look into it more and report back on whether I think it would also work for your audience development needs.

Exploring Best Practices in How to Reach People

In today’s fragmented media environment, attracting and holding an audience is more challenging than at any time in history.

Yet we have so many amazing new tools to with which to reach people — Facebook, Twitter, YouTube, viral marketing, guerrilla marketing.

The demise of traditional mass media has led to a plethora of new marketing and communication tools.

But which ones to use?

This blog is a place to explore that question and the larger challenge of communicating your message to a mass audience.