Jim Long - Web Video, Content Marketing, Social Media | Verge New Media
  • Anonymous

    location based services on mobile and google is leading with google maps, we can see some great progress in this in coming time

  • Anonymous

    yes people love those mobiles which support google maps

  • Anonymous

    brings this site to mind: http://pleaserobme.com/

  • Anonymous

    “This proves being first isn’t always best”. – My thoughts exactly! Even in my business as a third generation investor, we still have to prove ourselves every time.

  • Anonymous

    Ken – a couple of things. This proves being first isn’t always best. I also agree with you that while SXSWi will get more of US talking about LBS, it will likely be another year and inmproved platforms before mainstream adoption takes hold.

  • Anonymous

    I always save the good stuff for the last graph Sheryl. ;) Funny, you’ll recall that I was resistant about this stuff when you, Ken and I were talking about these apps. I think Foursquare is smart for testing this restaurant dashboard. They’re going for our pockets. That, I believe is what will help build traction.

  • Anonymous

    I’m the mayor of NBC News Washington. I’m going to march into the bureau chief’s office and demand executive compensation! :) Sadly they expect me to check in every day. I think it’s terrific if those things are a big enough motivatior for you. Since none of the retail places I’ve been crowned mayor of have loyalty programs, I’m just kind of having fun and experimenting too.

  • Anonymous

    Really nice post Jim. I wrote somewhat extensively about LBS when Google first released Latitude. Google’s shown utter failure with that, and with Jaiku which actually had LBS functionality three years ago. I think location based services are probably the single hottest mobility service ahead.nnSheryl and I used Brightkite long agi, but it matured slowly. We’re very active on Foursquare and Gowalla today. I think both are infants. and IMHO neither will survice as they exist today. You touch on some ways LBS will thrive. Value for the effort. Targeted ads. special offers and the like have proven they will elicit private information, like location,from users. It’s going to take a tangible reward system for the masses to adopt and LBS. Farmville-like virtual trinkets and mayoral badges aren’t going to be enough.nnI think the future’s very bright for LBS. I wish I was more optimistic about SXSW and what we’ll see launch and take root this year. I fear it won’t be nearly as big as everyone’s expecting. Probably just me. I’d love to be there, but SXSW is all about the cool party, not about the winning solution IMHO. But yes, I’d still liketo be there because who doesn’t love a good party.nnI’ll be interested to see what Facebook does with LBS. With the population there, they have some instant momentum. I don’t think they’ll be the big winner either. I think we’re going to see a huge winner in LBS space come from somewhere else. Maybe through acquisition and integration.

  • Anonymous

    Thanks for pointing to those 2 posts, I hadn’t seen them – yes, Plancast isn’t really location-based mobile is it? Agreed it’s more about the post-real time web, but still interesting to compare with the Foursquares of mobile. I blogged some additional thoughts: http://alyce.posterous.com/location-based-mobile-apps-plancast

  • Anonymous

    Of particular interest to me is your last paragraph which asks what everyone wants to know. Is the time now?nnI think for those of us who have been using the LBS stuff for a while the time seems to be now. The problem is, who is going to adopt it so that mainstream gets it? That question has yet to be answered. Interesting experience I have personally had, a near luddite I know in the tiny town of Walla Walla WA. told her child she didn’t like the idea of all these things, twitter, foursquare et al, because she had HEARD of please rob me and that scared her. Now she recanted that when she later spoke with me, but if those who need to adopt it for it to go mainsteam are getting the message first to NOT adopt, how will we pass the test? nnThere is no question those of us more technologically savvy think it’s great and see the real value, but we aren’t the hard sell. We’re easy. Absolutely SxSWi will be a great opportunity for people to connect the dots just like it was for twitter a few years back. I would posit that it will take some time for the general pop. assuming it ever hits there. One serious difference is in the Celeb involvement. The won’t be adopting it the way they did twitter. They want to keep their location private, so that’s potentially a huge hurdle. nnLove to chat about it some time. It’s going to be interesting to watch this story unfold.n

  • Anonymous

    Well, I hate to remind you of this, but you were an early adopter of Twitter, so even if you were skeptical, you were always engaged. And still are, so you will get to love location-based apps. nnHowever, it’s not all sugar and spice, so here’s what I think:n1)The brand marketing doesn’t work for me, because many places I check in aren’t brands. I am now the Mayor of 31 places in two cities, and now it only interests me to be Mayor when someone ousts me or I oust them. I really don’t care if any of the places I’m Mayor of offer me special promotions, because (like Starbucks) I’d go there anyway. I’m also the Mayor of the dog park,and my doctor’s office, and I don’t see where that helps brands at all, yet I check in there anyway. So I think the brand marketing is less effective than the brands think they are. Brands don’t control location based apps anymore than they control any other marketing.n2) The social gaming was a big draw for me. For the first months, I hit the leader board on Foursquare every week. I played against all my friends. Now there are too many people on Foursquare for me to win:-( My choice is to quit friending my friends so I can win or resign myself to my passe status. It was a hard choice.)n3) Risk? I have two very large dogs who bark even when I walk up to the house, never mind anyone else. They’ve been mentally taking the postman apart through the window for four years. No one will rob me. And besides, I don’t live in fear.n If I were younger and had a stalker I would care more about location hiding. I often wonder how hard it must be to have extra-marital affairs in this age of cell phones and geo-location. But quite frankly, all my friends in gated communities have been robbed, and I have not.nnBTW, this is a good thoughtful post.

  • Anonymous

    Kara, that’s a very good point from someone who isn’t speaking theoretically here. It probably wouldn’t take too much trouble to figure out where a person lives based on their checkin patterns. #foodforthought

  • Anonymous

    My main concern with using any of these location based apps is not to tell people where I am, but where I am not. My house was broken into several months ago, and while police have proved that the burglar had no idea where I was, there were plenty of other people who knew that night I was at a city council meeting — because I checked in via Foursquare. It certianly depends on the situation and setting, but it’s something to keep in mind as this moves forward. If I know where Jim is, I can likely find out where he lives.

  • Anonymous

    Thank you for prodding us further Alyce! You know i was thinking about folding in some conversation about the Intent Based Web and The Predictive Web but I think I’ll leave that for another post. Meantime read Brian and Jeremiah’s posts. Smart stuff as always.

  • Anonymous

    So far, union cameraman still pays better hehe

  • Anonymous

    Thank you for that very smart post Nate!

  • Anonymous

    Nice wrap-up, Jim. I’ve been thinking lately about Plancast and how that fits into the location picture. Where Foursquare, Gowalla, et al are “where are you doing it right now?”, Plancast is “where & when are you going to be doing it?” which is more service-based for my community, I think. When I share my plans to be at specific events it promotes that event and it gives followers a chance to plan to be there. Compared with when I post where I’m at right now via Foursquare & Gowalla, it’s a fun game and maybe I’ll get a coupon for a discount or something, and maybe some cool bragging rights. Pretty cool to watch how these technologies will play out, especially at SXSW this year.nThanks for a great post!n@alyce

  • Anonymous

    Once again, Jim, you’ve shown that you really are a strategic marketer in a cameraman’s disguise. Great post. :)

  • Anonymous

    Thanks for the mention in the article. There’s a ton of potential in these location-based apps on both sides of the equation. Eventually, my gut tells me that analytics will be developed that will really help us understand consumer behavior via geo-located traffic patterns. We’re already seeing this in a sense with badges in Foursquare. It’s worth paying attention to… Cheers!

  • Anonymous

    location based services on mobile and google is leading with google maps, we can see some great progress in this in coming time

  • Anonymous

    yes people love those mobiles which support google maps

  • Anonymous

    brings this site to mind: http://pleaserobme.com/

  • Anonymous

    “This proves being first isn’t always best”. – My thoughts exactly! Even in my business as a third generation investor, we still have to prove ourselves every time.

  • Anonymous

    Ken – a couple of things. This proves being first isn’t always best. I also agree with you that while SXSWi will get more of US talking about LBS, it will likely be another year and inmproved platforms before mainstream adoption takes hold.

  • Anonymous

    I always save the good stuff for the last graph Sheryl. ;) Funny, you’ll recall that I was resistant about this stuff when you, Ken and I were talking about these apps. I think Foursquare is smart for testing this restaurant dashboard. They’re going for our pockets. That, I believe is what will help build traction.

  • Anonymous

    I’m the mayor of NBC News Washington. I’m going to march into the bureau chief’s office and demand executive compensation! :) Sadly they expect me to check in every day. I think it’s terrific if those things are a big enough motivatior for you. Since none of the retail places I’ve been crowned mayor of have loyalty programs, I’m just kind of having fun and experimenting too.

  • Anonymous

    Really nice post Jim. I wrote somewhat extensively about LBS when Google first released Latitude. Google’s shown utter failure with that, and with Jaiku which actually had LBS functionality three years ago. I think location based services are probably the single hottest mobility service ahead.nnSheryl and I used Brightkite long agi, but it matured slowly. We’re very active on Foursquare and Gowalla today. I think both are infants. and IMHO neither will survice as they exist today. You touch on some ways LBS will thrive. Value for the effort. Targeted ads. special offers and the like have proven they will elicit private information, like location,from users. It’s going to take a tangible reward system for the masses to adopt and LBS. Farmville-like virtual trinkets and mayoral badges aren’t going to be enough.nnI think the future’s very bright for LBS. I wish I was more optimistic about SXSW and what we’ll see launch and take root this year. I fear it won’t be nearly as big as everyone’s expecting. Probably just me. I’d love to be there, but SXSW is all about the cool party, not about the winning solution IMHO. But yes, I’d still liketo be there because who doesn’t love a good party.nnI’ll be interested to see what Facebook does with LBS. With the population there, they have some instant momentum. I don’t think they’ll be the big winner either. I think we’re going to see a huge winner in LBS space come from somewhere else. Maybe through acquisition and integration.

  • Anonymous

    Thanks for pointing to those 2 posts, I hadn’t seen them – yes, Plancast isn’t really location-based mobile is it? Agreed it’s more about the post-real time web, but still interesting to compare with the Foursquares of mobile. I blogged some additional thoughts: http://alyce.posterous.com/location-based-mobile-apps-plancast

  • Anonymous

    Of particular interest to me is your last paragraph which asks what everyone wants to know. Is the time now?nnI think for those of us who have been using the LBS stuff for a while the time seems to be now. The problem is, who is going to adopt it so that mainstream gets it? That question has yet to be answered. Interesting experience I have personally had, a near luddite I know in the tiny town of Walla Walla WA. told her child she didn’t like the idea of all these things, twitter, foursquare et al, because she had HEARD of please rob me and that scared her. Now she recanted that when she later spoke with me, but if those who need to adopt it for it to go mainsteam are getting the message first to NOT adopt, how will we pass the test? nnThere is no question those of us more technologically savvy think it’s great and see the real value, but we aren’t the hard sell. We’re easy. Absolutely SxSWi will be a great opportunity for people to connect the dots just like it was for twitter a few years back. I would posit that it will take some time for the general pop. assuming it ever hits there. One serious difference is in the Celeb involvement. The won’t be adopting it the way they did twitter. They want to keep their location private, so that’s potentially a huge hurdle. nnLove to chat about it some time. It’s going to be interesting to watch this story unfold.n

  • Anonymous

    Well, I hate to remind you of this, but you were an early adopter of Twitter, so even if you were skeptical, you were always engaged. And still are, so you will get to love location-based apps. nnHowever, it’s not all sugar and spice, so here’s what I think:n1)The brand marketing doesn’t work for me, because many places I check in aren’t brands. I am now the Mayor of 31 places in two cities, and now it only interests me to be Mayor when someone ousts me or I oust them. I really don’t care if any of the places I’m Mayor of offer me special promotions, because (like Starbucks) I’d go there anyway. I’m also the Mayor of the dog park,and my doctor’s office, and I don’t see where that helps brands at all, yet I check in there anyway. So I think the brand marketing is less effective than the brands think they are. Brands don’t control location based apps anymore than they control any other marketing.n2) The social gaming was a big draw for me. For the first months, I hit the leader board on Foursquare every week. I played against all my friends. Now there are too many people on Foursquare for me to win:-( My choice is to quit friending my friends so I can win or resign myself to my passe status. It was a hard choice.)n3) Risk? I have two very large dogs who bark even when I walk up to the house, never mind anyone else. They’ve been mentally taking the postman apart through the window for four years. No one will rob me. And besides, I don’t live in fear.n If I were younger and had a stalker I would care more about location hiding. I often wonder how hard it must be to have extra-marital affairs in this age of cell phones and geo-location. But quite frankly, all my friends in gated communities have been robbed, and I have not.nnBTW, this is a good thoughtful post.

  • Anonymous

    Kara, that’s a very good point from someone who isn’t speaking theoretically here. It probably wouldn’t take too much trouble to figure out where a person lives based on their checkin patterns. #foodforthought

  • Anonymous

    My main concern with using any of these location based apps is not to tell people where I am, but where I am not. My house was broken into several months ago, and while police have proved that the burglar had no idea where I was, there were plenty of other people who knew that night I was at a city council meeting — because I checked in via Foursquare. It certianly depends on the situation and setting, but it’s something to keep in mind as this moves forward. If I know where Jim is, I can likely find out where he lives.

  • Anonymous

    Thank you for prodding us further Alyce! You know i was thinking about folding in some conversation about the Intent Based Web and The Predictive Web but I think I’ll leave that for another post. Meantime read Brian and Jeremiah’s posts. Smart stuff as always.

  • Anonymous

    So far, union cameraman still pays better hehe

  • Anonymous

    Thank you for that very smart post Nate!

  • Anonymous

    Nice wrap-up, Jim. I’ve been thinking lately about Plancast and how that fits into the location picture. Where Foursquare, Gowalla, et al are “where are you doing it right now?”, Plancast is “where & when are you going to be doing it?” which is more service-based for my community, I think. When I share my plans to be at specific events it promotes that event and it gives followers a chance to plan to be there. Compared with when I post where I’m at right now via Foursquare & Gowalla, it’s a fun game and maybe I’ll get a coupon for a discount or something, and maybe some cool bragging rights. Pretty cool to watch how these technologies will play out, especially at SXSW this year.nThanks for a great post!n@alyce

  • Anonymous

    Once again, Jim, you’ve shown that you really are a strategic marketer in a cameraman’s disguise. Great post. :)

  • Anonymous

    Thanks for the mention in the article. There’s a ton of potential in these location-based apps on both sides of the equation. Eventually, my gut tells me that analytics will be developed that will really help us understand consumer behavior via geo-located traffic patterns. We’re already seeing this in a sense with badges in Foursquare. It’s worth paying attention to… Cheers!

  • Anonymous

    location based services on mobile and google is leading with google maps, we can see some great progress in this in coming time

  • Anonymous

    yes people love those mobiles which support google maps

  • Anonymous

    brings this site to mind: http://pleaserobme.com/

  • Anonymous

    “This proves being first isn’t always best”. – My thoughts exactly! Even in my business as a third generation investor, we still have to prove ourselves every time.

  • Anonymous

    Ken – a couple of things. This proves being first isn’t always best. I also agree with you that while SXSWi will get more of US talking about LBS, it will likely be another year and inmproved platforms before mainstream adoption takes hold.

  • Anonymous

    I always save the good stuff for the last graph Sheryl. ;) Funny, you’ll recall that I was resistant about this stuff when you, Ken and I were talking about these apps. I think Foursquare is smart for testing this restaurant dashboard. They’re going for our pockets. That, I believe is what will help build traction.

  • Anonymous

    I’m the mayor of NBC News Washington. I’m going to march into the bureau chief’s office and demand executive compensation! :) Sadly they expect me to check in every day. I think it’s terrific if those things are a big enough motivatior for you. Since none of the retail places I’ve been crowned mayor of have loyalty programs, I’m just kind of having fun and experimenting too.

  • Anonymous

    Really nice post Jim. I wrote somewhat extensively about LBS when Google first released Latitude. Google’s shown utter failure with that, and with Jaiku which actually had LBS functionality three years ago. I think location based services are probably the single hottest mobility service ahead.nnSheryl and I used Brightkite long agi, but it matured slowly. We’re very active on Foursquare and Gowalla today. I think both are infants. and IMHO neither will survice as they exist today. You touch on some ways LBS will thrive. Value for the effort. Targeted ads. special offers and the like have proven they will elicit private information, like location,from users. It’s going to take a tangible reward system for the masses to adopt and LBS. Farmville-like virtual trinkets and mayoral badges aren’t going to be enough.nnI think the future’s very bright for LBS. I wish I was more optimistic about SXSW and what we’ll see launch and take root this year. I fear it won’t be nearly as big as everyone’s expecting. Probably just me. I’d love to be there, but SXSW is all about the cool party, not about the winning solution IMHO. But yes, I’d still liketo be there because who doesn’t love a good party.nnI’ll be interested to see what Facebook does with LBS. With the population there, they have some instant momentum. I don’t think they’ll be the big winner either. I think we’re going to see a huge winner in LBS space come from somewhere else. Maybe through acquisition and integration.

  • Anonymous

    Thanks for pointing to those 2 posts, I hadn’t seen them – yes, Plancast isn’t really location-based mobile is it? Agreed it’s more about the post-real time web, but still interesting to compare with the Foursquares of mobile. I blogged some additional thoughts: http://alyce.posterous.com/location-based-mobile-apps-plancast

  • Anonymous

    Of particular interest to me is your last paragraph which asks what everyone wants to know. Is the time now?nnI think for those of us who have been using the LBS stuff for a while the time seems to be now. The problem is, who is going to adopt it so that mainstream gets it? That question has yet to be answered. Interesting experience I have personally had, a near luddite I know in the tiny town of Walla Walla WA. told her child she didn’t like the idea of all these things, twitter, foursquare et al, because she had HEARD of please rob me and that scared her. Now she recanted that when she later spoke with me, but if those who need to adopt it for it to go mainsteam are getting the message first to NOT adopt, how will we pass the test? nnThere is no question those of us more technologically savvy think it’s great and see the real value, but we aren’t the hard sell. We’re easy. Absolutely SxSWi will be a great opportunity for people to connect the dots just like it was for twitter a few years back. I would posit that it will take some time for the general pop. assuming it ever hits there. One serious difference is in the Celeb involvement. The won’t be adopting it the way they did twitter. They want to keep their location private, so that’s potentially a huge hurdle. nnLove to chat about it some time. It’s going to be interesting to watch this story unfold.n

  • Anonymous

    Well, I hate to remind you of this, but you were an early adopter of Twitter, so even if you were skeptical, you were always engaged. And still are, so you will get to love location-based apps. nnHowever, it’s not all sugar and spice, so here’s what I think:n1)The brand marketing doesn’t work for me, because many places I check in aren’t brands. I am now the Mayor of 31 places in two cities, and now it only interests me to be Mayor when someone ousts me or I oust them. I really don’t care if any of the places I’m Mayor of offer me special promotions, because (like Starbucks) I’d go there anyway. I’m also the Mayor of the dog park,and my doctor’s office, and I don’t see where that helps brands at all, yet I check in there anyway. So I think the brand marketing is less effective than the brands think they are. Brands don’t control location based apps anymore than they control any other marketing.n2) The social gaming was a big draw for me. For the first months, I hit the leader board on Foursquare every week. I played against all my friends. Now there are too many people on Foursquare for me to win:-( My choice is to quit friending my friends so I can win or resign myself to my passe status. It was a hard choice.)n3) Risk? I have two very large dogs who bark even when I walk up to the house, never mind anyone else. They’ve been mentally taking the postman apart through the window for four years. No one will rob me. And besides, I don’t live in fear.n If I were younger and had a stalker I would care more about location hiding. I often wonder how hard it must be to have extra-marital affairs in this age of cell phones and geo-location. But quite frankly, all my friends in gated communities have been robbed, and I have not.nnBTW, this is a good thoughtful post.

  • Anonymous

    Kara, that’s a very good point from someone who isn’t speaking theoretically here. It probably wouldn’t take too much trouble to figure out where a person lives based on their checkin patterns. #foodforthought

  • Anonymous

    My main concern with using any of these location based apps is not to tell people where I am, but where I am not. My house was broken into several months ago, and while police have proved that the burglar had no idea where I was, there were plenty of other people who knew that night I was at a city council meeting — because I checked in via Foursquare. It certianly depends on the situation and setting, but it’s something to keep in mind as this moves forward. If I know where Jim is, I can likely find out where he lives.

  • Anonymous

    Thank you for prodding us further Alyce! You know i was thinking about folding in some conversation about the Intent Based Web and The Predictive Web but I think I’ll leave that for another post. Meantime read Brian and Jeremiah’s posts. Smart stuff as always.

  • Anonymous

    So far, union cameraman still pays better hehe

  • Anonymous

    Thank you for that very smart post Nate!

  • Anonymous

    Nice wrap-up, Jim. I’ve been thinking lately about Plancast and how that fits into the location picture. Where Foursquare, Gowalla, et al are “where are you doing it right now?”, Plancast is “where & when are you going to be doing it?” which is more service-based for my community, I think. When I share my plans to be at specific events it promotes that event and it gives followers a chance to plan to be there. Compared with when I post where I’m at right now via Foursquare & Gowalla, it’s a fun game and maybe I’ll get a coupon for a discount or something, and maybe some cool bragging rights. Pretty cool to watch how these technologies will play out, especially at SXSW this year.nThanks for a great post!n@alyce

  • Anonymous

    Once again, Jim, you’ve shown that you really are a strategic marketer in a cameraman’s disguise. Great post. :)

  • Anonymous

    Thanks for the mention in the article. There’s a ton of potential in these location-based apps on both sides of the equation. Eventually, my gut tells me that analytics will be developed that will really help us understand consumer behavior via geo-located traffic patterns. We’re already seeing this in a sense with badges in Foursquare. It’s worth paying attention to… Cheers!

  • Anonymous

    location based services on mobile and google is leading with google maps, we can see some great progress in this in coming time

  • Anonymous

    yes people love those mobiles which support google maps

  • Anonymous

    brings this site to mind: http://pleaserobme.com/

  • Anonymous

    “This proves being first isn’t always best”. – My thoughts exactly! Even in my business as a third generation investor, we still have to prove ourselves every time.

  • Anonymous

    Ken – a couple of things. This proves being first isn’t always best. I also agree with you that while SXSWi will get more of US talking about LBS, it will likely be another year and inmproved platforms before mainstream adoption takes hold.

  • Anonymous

    I always save the good stuff for the last graph Sheryl. ;) Funny, you’ll recall that I was resistant about this stuff when you, Ken and I were talking about these apps. I think Foursquare is smart for testing this restaurant dashboard. They’re going for our pockets. That, I believe is what will help build traction.

  • Anonymous

    I’m the mayor of NBC News Washington. I’m going to march into the bureau chief’s office and demand executive compensation! :) Sadly they expect me to check in every day. I think it’s terrific if those things are a big enough motivatior for you. Since none of the retail places I’ve been crowned mayor of have loyalty programs, I’m just kind of having fun and experimenting too.

  • Anonymous

    Really nice post Jim. I wrote somewhat extensively about LBS when Google first released Latitude. Google’s shown utter failure with that, and with Jaiku which actually had LBS functionality three years ago. I think location based services are probably the single hottest mobility service ahead.nnSheryl and I used Brightkite long agi, but it matured slowly. We’re very active on Foursquare and Gowalla today. I think both are infants. and IMHO neither will survice as they exist today. You touch on some ways LBS will thrive. Value for the effort. Targeted ads. special offers and the like have proven they will elicit private information, like location,from users. It’s going to take a tangible reward system for the masses to adopt and LBS. Farmville-like virtual trinkets and mayoral badges aren’t going to be enough.nnI think the future’s very bright for LBS. I wish I was more optimistic about SXSW and what we’ll see launch and take root this year. I fear it won’t be nearly as big as everyone’s expecting. Probably just me. I’d love to be there, but SXSW is all about the cool party, not about the winning solution IMHO. But yes, I’d still liketo be there because who doesn’t love a good party.nnI’ll be interested to see what Facebook does with LBS. With the population there, they have some instant momentum. I don’t think they’ll be the big winner either. I think we’re going to see a huge winner in LBS space come from somewhere else. Maybe through acquisition and integration.

  • Anonymous

    Thanks for pointing to those 2 posts, I hadn’t seen them – yes, Plancast isn’t really location-based mobile is it? Agreed it’s more about the post-real time web, but still interesting to compare with the Foursquares of mobile. I blogged some additional thoughts: http://alyce.posterous.com/location-based-mobile-apps-plancast

  • Anonymous

    Of particular interest to me is your last paragraph which asks what everyone wants to know. Is the time now?nnI think for those of us who have been using the LBS stuff for a while the time seems to be now. The problem is, who is going to adopt it so that mainstream gets it? That question has yet to be answered. Interesting experience I have personally had, a near luddite I know in the tiny town of Walla Walla WA. told her child she didn’t like the idea of all these things, twitter, foursquare et al, because she had HEARD of please rob me and that scared her. Now she recanted that when she later spoke with me, but if those who need to adopt it for it to go mainsteam are getting the message first to NOT adopt, how will we pass the test? nnThere is no question those of us more technologically savvy think it’s great and see the real value, but we aren’t the hard sell. We’re easy. Absolutely SxSWi will be a great opportunity for people to connect the dots just like it was for twitter a few years back. I would posit that it will take some time for the general pop. assuming it ever hits there. One serious difference is in the Celeb involvement. The won’t be adopting it the way they did twitter. They want to keep their location private, so that’s potentially a huge hurdle. nnLove to chat about it some time. It’s going to be interesting to watch this story unfold.n

  • Anonymous

    Well, I hate to remind you of this, but you were an early adopter of Twitter, so even if you were skeptical, you were always engaged. And still are, so you will get to love location-based apps. nnHowever, it’s not all sugar and spice, so here’s what I think:n1)The brand marketing doesn’t work for me, because many places I check in aren’t brands. I am now the Mayor of 31 places in two cities, and now it only interests me to be Mayor when someone ousts me or I oust them. I really don’t care if any of the places I’m Mayor of offer me special promotions, because (like Starbucks) I’d go there anyway. I’m also the Mayor of the dog park,and my doctor’s office, and I don’t see where that helps brands at all, yet I check in there anyway. So I think the brand marketing is less effective than the brands think they are. Brands don’t control location based apps anymore than they control any other marketing.n2) The social gaming was a big draw for me. For the first months, I hit the leader board on Foursquare every week. I played against all my friends. Now there are too many people on Foursquare for me to win:-( My choice is to quit friending my friends so I can win or resign myself to my passe status. It was a hard choice.)n3) Risk? I have two very large dogs who bark even when I walk up to the house, never mind anyone else. They’ve been mentally taking the postman apart through the window for four years. No one will rob me. And besides, I don’t live in fear.n If I were younger and had a stalker I would care more about location hiding. I often wonder how hard it must be to have extra-marital affairs in this age of cell phones and geo-location. But quite frankly, all my friends in gated communities have been robbed, and I have not.nnBTW, this is a good thoughtful post.

  • Anonymous

    Kara, that’s a very good point from someone who isn’t speaking theoretically here. It probably wouldn’t take too much trouble to figure out where a person lives based on their checkin patterns. #foodforthought

  • Anonymous

    My main concern with using any of these location based apps is not to tell people where I am, but where I am not. My house was broken into several months ago, and while police have proved that the burglar had no idea where I was, there were plenty of other people who knew that night I was at a city council meeting — because I checked in via Foursquare. It certianly depends on the situation and setting, but it’s something to keep in mind as this moves forward. If I know where Jim is, I can likely find out where he lives.

  • Anonymous

    Thank you for prodding us further Alyce! You know i was thinking about folding in some conversation about the Intent Based Web and The Predictive Web but I think I’ll leave that for another post. Meantime read Brian and Jeremiah’s posts. Smart stuff as always.

  • Anonymous

    So far, union cameraman still pays better hehe

  • Anonymous

    Thank you for that very smart post Nate!

  • Anonymous

    Nice wrap-up, Jim. I’ve been thinking lately about Plancast and how that fits into the location picture. Where Foursquare, Gowalla, et al are “where are you doing it right now?”, Plancast is “where & when are you going to be doing it?” which is more service-based for my community, I think. When I share my plans to be at specific events it promotes that event and it gives followers a chance to plan to be there. Compared with when I post where I’m at right now via Foursquare & Gowalla, it’s a fun game and maybe I’ll get a coupon for a discount or something, and maybe some cool bragging rights. Pretty cool to watch how these technologies will play out, especially at SXSW this year.nThanks for a great post!n@alyce

  • Anonymous

    Once again, Jim, you’ve shown that you really are a strategic marketer in a cameraman’s disguise. Great post. :)

  • Anonymous

    Thanks for the mention in the article. There’s a ton of potential in these location-based apps on both sides of the equation. Eventually, my gut tells me that analytics will be developed that will really help us understand consumer behavior via geo-located traffic patterns. We’re already seeing this in a sense with badges in Foursquare. It’s worth paying attention to… Cheers!

  • Anonymous

    location based services on mobile and google is leading with google maps, we can see some great progress in this in coming time

  • Anonymous

    yes people love those mobiles which support google maps

  • Anonymous

    brings this site to mind: http://pleaserobme.com/

  • Anonymous

    “This proves being first isn’t always best”. – My thoughts exactly! Even in my business as a third generation investor, we still have to prove ourselves every time.

  • Anonymous

    Ken – a couple of things. This proves being first isn’t always best. I also agree with you that while SXSWi will get more of US talking about LBS, it will likely be another year and inmproved platforms before mainstream adoption takes hold.

  • Anonymous

    I always save the good stuff for the last graph Sheryl. ;) Funny, you’ll recall that I was resistant about this stuff when you, Ken and I were talking about these apps. I think Foursquare is smart for testing this restaurant dashboard. They’re going for our pockets. That, I believe is what will help build traction.

  • Anonymous

    I’m the mayor of NBC News Washington. I’m going to march into the bureau chief’s office and demand executive compensation! :) Sadly they expect me to check in every day. I think it’s terrific if those things are a big enough motivatior for you. Since none of the retail places I’ve been crowned mayor of have loyalty programs, I’m just kind of having fun and experimenting too.

  • Anonymous

    Really nice post Jim. I wrote somewhat extensively about LBS when Google first released Latitude. Google’s shown utter failure with that, and with Jaiku which actually had LBS functionality three years ago. I think location based services are probably the single hottest mobility service ahead.nnSheryl and I used Brightkite long agi, but it matured slowly. We’re very active on Foursquare and Gowalla today. I think both are infants. and IMHO neither will survice as they exist today. You touch on some ways LBS will thrive. Value for the effort. Targeted ads. special offers and the like have proven they will elicit private information, like location,from users. It’s going to take a tangible reward system for the masses to adopt and LBS. Farmville-like virtual trinkets and mayoral badges aren’t going to be enough.nnI think the future’s very bright for LBS. I wish I was more optimistic about SXSW and what we’ll see launch and take root this year. I fear it won’t be nearly as big as everyone’s expecting. Probably just me. I’d love to be there, but SXSW is all about the cool party, not about the winning solution IMHO. But yes, I’d still liketo be there because who doesn’t love a good party.nnI’ll be interested to see what Facebook does with LBS. With the population there, they have some instant momentum. I don’t think they’ll be the big winner either. I think we’re going to see a huge winner in LBS space come from somewhere else. Maybe through acquisition and integration.

  • Anonymous

    Thanks for pointing to those 2 posts, I hadn’t seen them – yes, Plancast isn’t really location-based mobile is it? Agreed it’s more about the post-real time web, but still interesting to compare with the Foursquares of mobile. I blogged some additional thoughts: http://alyce.posterous.com/location-based-mobile-apps-plancast

  • Anonymous

    Of particular interest to me is your last paragraph which asks what everyone wants to know. Is the time now?nnI think for those of us who have been using the LBS stuff for a while the time seems to be now. The problem is, who is going to adopt it so that mainstream gets it? That question has yet to be answered. Interesting experience I have personally had, a near luddite I know in the tiny town of Walla Walla WA. told her child she didn’t like the idea of all these things, twitter, foursquare et al, because she had HEARD of please rob me and that scared her. Now she recanted that when she later spoke with me, but if those who need to adopt it for it to go mainsteam are getting the message first to NOT adopt, how will we pass the test? nnThere is no question those of us more technologically savvy think it’s great and see the real value, but we aren’t the hard sell. We’re easy. Absolutely SxSWi will be a great opportunity for people to connect the dots just like it was for twitter a few years back. I would posit that it will take some time for the general pop. assuming it ever hits there. One serious difference is in the Celeb involvement. The won’t be adopting it the way they did twitter. They want to keep their location private, so that’s potentially a huge hurdle. nnLove to chat about it some time. It’s going to be interesting to watch this story unfold.n

  • Anonymous

    Well, I hate to remind you of this, but you were an early adopter of Twitter, so even if you were skeptical, you were always engaged. And still are, so you will get to love location-based apps. nnHowever, it’s not all sugar and spice, so here’s what I think:n1)The brand marketing doesn’t work for me, because many places I check in aren’t brands. I am now the Mayor of 31 places in two cities, and now it only interests me to be Mayor when someone ousts me or I oust them. I really don’t care if any of the places I’m Mayor of offer me special promotions, because (like Starbucks) I’d go there anyway. I’m also the Mayor of the dog park,and my doctor’s office, and I don’t see where that helps brands at all, yet I check in there anyway. So I think the brand marketing is less effective than the brands think they are. Brands don’t control location based apps anymore than they control any other marketing.n2) The social gaming was a big draw for me. For the first months, I hit the leader board on Foursquare every week. I played against all my friends. Now there are too many people on Foursquare for me to win:-( My choice is to quit friending my friends so I can win or resign myself to my passe status. It was a hard choice.)n3) Risk? I have two very large dogs who bark even when I walk up to the house, never mind anyone else. They’ve been mentally taking the postman apart through the window for four years. No one will rob me. And besides, I don’t live in fear.n If I were younger and had a stalker I would care more about location hiding. I often wonder how hard it must be to have extra-marital affairs in this age of cell phones and geo-location. But quite frankly, all my friends in gated communities have been robbed, and I have not.nnBTW, this is a good thoughtful post.

  • Anonymous

    Kara, that’s a very good point from someone who isn’t speaking theoretically here. It probably wouldn’t take too much trouble to figure out where a person lives based on their checkin patterns. #foodforthought

  • Anonymous

    My main concern with using any of these location based apps is not to tell people where I am, but where I am not. My house was broken into several months ago, and while police have proved that the burglar had no idea where I was, there were plenty of other people who knew that night I was at a city council meeting — because I checked in via Foursquare. It certianly depends on the situation and setting, but it’s something to keep in mind as this moves forward. If I know where Jim is, I can likely find out where he lives.

  • Anonymous

    Thank you for prodding us further Alyce! You know i was thinking about folding in some conversation about the Intent Based Web and The Predictive Web but I think I’ll leave that for another post. Meantime read Brian and Jeremiah’s posts. Smart stuff as always.

  • Anonymous

    So far, union cameraman still pays better hehe

  • Anonymous

    Thank you for that very smart post Nate!

  • Anonymous

    Nice wrap-up, Jim. I’ve been thinking lately about Plancast and how that fits into the location picture. Where Foursquare, Gowalla, et al are “where are you doing it right now?”, Plancast is “where & when are you going to be doing it?” which is more service-based for my community, I think. When I share my plans to be at specific events it promotes that event and it gives followers a chance to plan to be there. Compared with when I post where I’m at right now via Foursquare & Gowalla, it’s a fun game and maybe I’ll get a coupon for a discount or something, and maybe some cool bragging rights. Pretty cool to watch how these technologies will play out, especially at SXSW this year.nThanks for a great post!n@alyce

  • Anonymous

    Once again, Jim, you’ve shown that you really are a strategic marketer in a cameraman’s disguise. Great post. :)

  • Anonymous

    Thanks for the mention in the article. There’s a ton of potential in these location-based apps on both sides of the equation. Eventually, my gut tells me that analytics will be developed that will really help us understand consumer behavior via geo-located traffic patterns. We’re already seeing this in a sense with badges in Foursquare. It’s worth paying attention to… Cheers!

  • Anonymous

    location based services on mobile and google is leading with google maps, we can see some great progress in this in coming time

  • Anonymous

    yes people love those mobiles which support google maps

  • Anonymous

    brings this site to mind: http://pleaserobme.com/

  • Anonymous

    “This proves being first isn’t always best”. – My thoughts exactly! Even in my business as a third generation investor, we still have to prove ourselves every time.

  • Anonymous

    Ken – a couple of things. This proves being first isn’t always best. I also agree with you that while SXSWi will get more of US talking about LBS, it will likely be another year and inmproved platforms before mainstream adoption takes hold.

  • Anonymous

    I always save the good stuff for the last graph Sheryl. ;) Funny, you’ll recall that I was resistant about this stuff when you, Ken and I were talking about these apps. I think Foursquare is smart for testing this restaurant dashboard. They’re going for our pockets. That, I believe is what will help build traction.

  • Anonymous

    I’m the mayor of NBC News Washington. I’m going to march into the bureau chief’s office and demand executive compensation! :) Sadly they expect me to check in every day. I think it’s terrific if those things are a big enough motivatior for you. Since none of the retail places I’ve been crowned mayor of have loyalty programs, I’m just kind of having fun and experimenting too.

  • Anonymous

    Really nice post Jim. I wrote somewhat extensively about LBS when Google first released Latitude. Google’s shown utter failure with that, and with Jaiku which actually had LBS functionality three years ago. I think location based services are probably the single hottest mobility service ahead.nnSheryl and I used Brightkite long agi, but it matured slowly. We’re very active on Foursquare and Gowalla today. I think both are infants. and IMHO neither will survice as they exist today. You touch on some ways LBS will thrive. Value for the effort. Targeted ads. special offers and the like have proven they will elicit private information, like location,from users. It’s going to take a tangible reward system for the masses to adopt and LBS. Farmville-like virtual trinkets and mayoral badges aren’t going to be enough.nnI think the future’s very bright for LBS. I wish I was more optimistic about SXSW and what we’ll see launch and take root this year. I fear it won’t be nearly as big as everyone’s expecting. Probably just me. I’d love to be there, but SXSW is all about the cool party, not about the winning solution IMHO. But yes, I’d still liketo be there because who doesn’t love a good party.nnI’ll be interested to see what Facebook does with LBS. With the population there, they have some instant momentum. I don’t think they’ll be the big winner either. I think we’re going to see a huge winner in LBS space come from somewhere else. Maybe through acquisition and integration.

  • Anonymous

    Thanks for pointing to those 2 posts, I hadn’t seen them – yes, Plancast isn’t really location-based mobile is it? Agreed it’s more about the post-real time web, but still interesting to compare with the Foursquares of mobile. I blogged some additional thoughts: http://alyce.posterous.com/location-based-mobile-apps-plancast

  • Anonymous

    Of particular interest to me is your last paragraph which asks what everyone wants to know. Is the time now?nnI think for those of us who have been using the LBS stuff for a while the time seems to be now. The problem is, who is going to adopt it so that mainstream gets it? That question has yet to be answered. Interesting experience I have personally had, a near luddite I know in the tiny town of Walla Walla WA. told her child she didn’t like the idea of all these things, twitter, foursquare et al, because she had HEARD of please rob me and that scared her. Now she recanted that when she later spoke with me, but if those who need to adopt it for it to go mainsteam are getting the message first to NOT adopt, how will we pass the test? nnThere is no question those of us more technologically savvy think it’s great and see the real value, but we aren’t the hard sell. We’re easy. Absolutely SxSWi will be a great opportunity for people to connect the dots just like it was for twitter a few years back. I would posit that it will take some time for the general pop. assuming it ever hits there. One serious difference is in the Celeb involvement. The won’t be adopting it the way they did twitter. They want to keep their location private, so that’s potentially a huge hurdle. nnLove to chat about it some time. It’s going to be interesting to watch this story unfold.n

  • Anonymous

    Well, I hate to remind you of this, but you were an early adopter of Twitter, so even if you were skeptical, you were always engaged. And still are, so you will get to love location-based apps. nnHowever, it’s not all sugar and spice, so here’s what I think:n1)The brand marketing doesn’t work for me, because many places I check in aren’t brands. I am now the Mayor of 31 places in two cities, and now it only interests me to be Mayor when someone ousts me or I oust them. I really don’t care if any of the places I’m Mayor of offer me special promotions, because (like Starbucks) I’d go there anyway. I’m also the Mayor of the dog park,and my doctor’s office, and I don’t see where that helps brands at all, yet I check in there anyway. So I think the brand marketing is less effective than the brands think they are. Brands don’t control location based apps anymore than they control any other marketing.n2) The social gaming was a big draw for me. For the first months, I hit the leader board on Foursquare every week. I played against all my friends. Now there are too many people on Foursquare for me to win:-( My choice is to quit friending my friends so I can win or resign myself to my passe status. It was a hard choice.)n3) Risk? I have two very large dogs who bark even when I walk up to the house, never mind anyone else. They’ve been mentally taking the postman apart through the window for four years. No one will rob me. And besides, I don’t live in fear.n If I were younger and had a stalker I would care more about location hiding. I often wonder how hard it must be to have extra-marital affairs in this age of cell phones and geo-location. But quite frankly, all my friends in gated communities have been robbed, and I have not.nnBTW, this is a good thoughtful post.

  • Anonymous

    Kara, that’s a very good point from someone who isn’t speaking theoretically here. It probably wouldn’t take too much trouble to figure out where a person lives based on their checkin patterns. #foodforthought

  • Anonymous

    My main concern with using any of these location based apps is not to tell people where I am, but where I am not. My house was broken into several months ago, and while police have proved that the burglar had no idea where I was, there were plenty of other people who knew that night I was at a city council meeting — because I checked in via Foursquare. It certianly depends on the situation and setting, but it’s something to keep in mind as this moves forward. If I know where Jim is, I can likely find out where he lives.

  • Anonymous

    Thank you for prodding us further Alyce! You know i was thinking about folding in some conversation about the Intent Based Web and The Predictive Web but I think I’ll leave that for another post. Meantime read Brian and Jeremiah’s posts. Smart stuff as always.

  • Anonymous

    So far, union cameraman still pays better hehe

  • Anonymous

    Thank you for that very smart post Nate!

  • Anonymous

    Nice wrap-up, Jim. I’ve been thinking lately about Plancast and how that fits into the location picture. Where Foursquare, Gowalla, et al are “where are you doing it right now?”, Plancast is “where & when are you going to be doing it?” which is more service-based for my community, I think. When I share my plans to be at specific events it promotes that event and it gives followers a chance to plan to be there. Compared with when I post where I’m at right now via Foursquare & Gowalla, it’s a fun game and maybe I’ll get a coupon for a discount or something, and maybe some cool bragging rights. Pretty cool to watch how these technologies will play out, especially at SXSW this year.nThanks for a great post!n@alyce

  • Anonymous

    Once again, Jim, you’ve shown that you really are a strategic marketer in a cameraman’s disguise. Great post. :)

  • Anonymous

    Thanks for the mention in the article. There’s a ton of potential in these location-based apps on both sides of the equation. Eventually, my gut tells me that analytics will be developed that will really help us understand consumer behavior via geo-located traffic patterns. We’re already seeing this in a sense with badges in Foursquare. It’s worth paying attention to… Cheers!

  • Anonymous

    location based services on mobile and google is leading with google maps, we can see some great progress in this in coming time

  • Anonymous

    yes people love those mobiles which support google maps

  • Anonymous

    brings this site to mind: http://pleaserobme.com/

  • Anonymous

    “This proves being first isn’t always best”. – My thoughts exactly! Even in my business as a third generation investor, we still have to prove ourselves every time.

  • Anonymous

    Ken – a couple of things. This proves being first isn’t always best. I also agree with you that while SXSWi will get more of US talking about LBS, it will likely be another year and inmproved platforms before mainstream adoption takes hold.

  • Anonymous

    I always save the good stuff for the last graph Sheryl. ;) Funny, you’ll recall that I was resistant about this stuff when you, Ken and I were talking about these apps. I think Foursquare is smart for testing this restaurant dashboard. They’re going for our pockets. That, I believe is what will help build traction.

  • Anonymous

    I’m the mayor of NBC News Washington. I’m going to march into the bureau chief’s office and demand executive compensation! :) Sadly they expect me to check in every day. I think it’s terrific if those things are a big enough motivatior for you. Since none of the retail places I’ve been crowned mayor of have loyalty programs, I’m just kind of having fun and experimenting too.

  • Anonymous

    Really nice post Jim. I wrote somewhat extensively about LBS when Google first released Latitude. Google’s shown utter failure with that, and with Jaiku which actually had LBS functionality three years ago. I think location based services are probably the single hottest mobility service ahead.nnSheryl and I used Brightkite long agi, but it matured slowly. We’re very active on Foursquare and Gowalla today. I think both are infants. and IMHO neither will survice as they exist today. You touch on some ways LBS will thrive. Value for the effort. Targeted ads. special offers and the like have proven they will elicit private information, like location,from users. It’s going to take a tangible reward system for the masses to adopt and LBS. Farmville-like virtual trinkets and mayoral badges aren’t going to be enough.nnI think the future’s very bright for LBS. I wish I was more optimistic about SXSW and what we’ll see launch and take root this year. I fear it won’t be nearly as big as everyone’s expecting. Probably just me. I’d love to be there, but SXSW is all about the cool party, not about the winning solution IMHO. But yes, I’d still liketo be there because who doesn’t love a good party.nnI’ll be interested to see what Facebook does with LBS. With the population there, they have some instant momentum. I don’t think they’ll be the big winner either. I think we’re going to see a huge winner in LBS space come from somewhere else. Maybe through acquisition and integration.

  • Anonymous

    Thanks for pointing to those 2 posts, I hadn’t seen them – yes, Plancast isn’t really location-based mobile is it? Agreed it’s more about the post-real time web, but still interesting to compare with the Foursquares of mobile. I blogged some additional thoughts: http://alyce.posterous.com/location-based-mobile-apps-plancast

  • Anonymous

    Of particular interest to me is your last paragraph which asks what everyone wants to know. Is the time now?nnI think for those of us who have been using the LBS stuff for a while the time seems to be now. The problem is, who is going to adopt it so that mainstream gets it? That question has yet to be answered. Interesting experience I have personally had, a near luddite I know in the tiny town of Walla Walla WA. told her child she didn’t like the idea of all these things, twitter, foursquare et al, because she had HEARD of please rob me and that scared her. Now she recanted that when she later spoke with me, but if those who need to adopt it for it to go mainsteam are getting the message first to NOT adopt, how will we pass the test? nnThere is no question those of us more technologically savvy think it’s great and see the real value, but we aren’t the hard sell. We’re easy. Absolutely SxSWi will be a great opportunity for people to connect the dots just like it was for twitter a few years back. I would posit that it will take some time for the general pop. assuming it ever hits there. One serious difference is in the Celeb involvement. The won’t be adopting it the way they did twitter. They want to keep their location private, so that’s potentially a huge hurdle. nnLove to chat about it some time. It’s going to be interesting to watch this story unfold.n

  • Anonymous

    Well, I hate to remind you of this, but you were an early adopter of Twitter, so even if you were skeptical, you were always engaged. And still are, so you will get to love location-based apps. nnHowever, it’s not all sugar and spice, so here’s what I think:n1)The brand marketing doesn’t work for me, because many places I check in aren’t brands. I am now the Mayor of 31 places in two cities, and now it only interests me to be Mayor when someone ousts me or I oust them. I really don’t care if any of the places I’m Mayor of offer me special promotions, because (like Starbucks) I’d go there anyway. I’m also the Mayor of the dog park,and my doctor’s office, and I don’t see where that helps brands at all, yet I check in there anyway. So I think the brand marketing is less effective than the brands think they are. Brands don’t control location based apps anymore than they control any other marketing.n2) The social gaming was a big draw for me. For the first months, I hit the leader board on Foursquare every week. I played against all my friends. Now there are too many people on Foursquare for me to win:-( My choice is to quit friending my friends so I can win or resign myself to my passe status. It was a hard choice.)n3) Risk? I have two very large dogs who bark even when I walk up to the house, never mind anyone else. They’ve been mentally taking the postman apart through the window for four years. No one will rob me. And besides, I don’t live in fear.n If I were younger and had a stalker I would care more about location hiding. I often wonder how hard it must be to have extra-marital affairs in this age of cell phones and geo-location. But quite frankly, all my friends in gated communities have been robbed, and I have not.nnBTW, this is a good thoughtful post.

  • Anonymous

    Kara, that’s a very good point from someone who isn’t speaking theoretically here. It probably wouldn’t take too much trouble to figure out where a person lives based on their checkin patterns. #foodforthought

  • Anonymous

    My main concern with using any of these location based apps is not to tell people where I am, but where I am not. My house was broken into several months ago, and while police have proved that the burglar had no idea where I was, there were plenty of other people who knew that night I was at a city council meeting — because I checked in via Foursquare. It certianly depends on the situation and setting, but it’s something to keep in mind as this moves forward. If I know where Jim is, I can likely find out where he lives.

  • Anonymous

    Thank you for prodding us further Alyce! You know i was thinking about folding in some conversation about the Intent Based Web and The Predictive Web but I think I’ll leave that for another post. Meantime read Brian and Jeremiah’s posts. Smart stuff as always.

  • Anonymous

    So far, union cameraman still pays better hehe

  • Anonymous

    Thank you for that very smart post Nate!

  • Anonymous

    Nice wrap-up, Jim. I’ve been thinking lately about Plancast and how that fits into the location picture. Where Foursquare, Gowalla, et al are “where are you doing it right now?”, Plancast is “where & when are you going to be doing it?” which is more service-based for my community, I think. When I share my plans to be at specific events it promotes that event and it gives followers a chance to plan to be there. Compared with when I post where I’m at right now via Foursquare & Gowalla, it’s a fun game and maybe I’ll get a coupon for a discount or something, and maybe some cool bragging rights. Pretty cool to watch how these technologies will play out, especially at SXSW this year.nThanks for a great post!n@alyce

  • Anonymous

    Once again, Jim, you’ve shown that you really are a strategic marketer in a cameraman’s disguise. Great post. :)

  • Anonymous

    Thanks for the mention in the article. There’s a ton of potential in these location-based apps on both sides of the equation. Eventually, my gut tells me that analytics will be developed that will really help us understand consumer behavior via geo-located traffic patterns. We’re already seeing this in a sense with badges in Foursquare. It’s worth paying attention to… Cheers!

  • Anonymous

    location based services on mobile and google is leading with google maps, we can see some great progress in this in coming time

  • Anonymous

    yes people love those mobiles which support google maps

  • Anonymous

    brings this site to mind: http://pleaserobme.com/

  • Anonymous

    “This proves being first isn’t always best”. – My thoughts exactly! Even in my business as a third generation investor, we still have to prove ourselves every time.

  • Anonymous

    Ken – a couple of things. This proves being first isn’t always best. I also agree with you that while SXSWi will get more of US talking about LBS, it will likely be another year and inmproved platforms before mainstream adoption takes hold.

  • Anonymous

    I always save the good stuff for the last graph Sheryl. ;) Funny, you’ll recall that I was resistant about this stuff when you, Ken and I were talking about these apps. I think Foursquare is smart for testing this restaurant dashboard. They’re going for our pockets. That, I believe is what will help build traction.

  • Anonymous

    I’m the mayor of NBC News Washington. I’m going to march into the bureau chief’s office and demand executive compensation! :) Sadly they expect me to check in every day. I think it’s terrific if those things are a big enough motivatior for you. Since none of the retail places I’ve been crowned mayor of have loyalty programs, I’m just kind of having fun and experimenting too.

  • Anonymous

    Really nice post Jim. I wrote somewhat extensively about LBS when Google first released Latitude. Google’s shown utter failure with that, and with Jaiku which actually had LBS functionality three years ago. I think location based services are probably the single hottest mobility service ahead.nnSheryl and I used Brightkite long agi, but it matured slowly. We’re very active on Foursquare and Gowalla today. I think both are infants. and IMHO neither will survice as they exist today. You touch on some ways LBS will thrive. Value for the effort. Targeted ads. special offers and the like have proven they will elicit private information, like location,from users. It’s going to take a tangible reward system for the masses to adopt and LBS. Farmville-like virtual trinkets and mayoral badges aren’t going to be enough.nnI think the future’s very bright for LBS. I wish I was more optimistic about SXSW and what we’ll see launch and take root this year. I fear it won’t be nearly as big as everyone’s expecting. Probably just me. I’d love to be there, but SXSW is all about the cool party, not about the winning solution IMHO. But yes, I’d still liketo be there because who doesn’t love a good party.nnI’ll be interested to see what Facebook does with LBS. With the population there, they have some instant momentum. I don’t think they’ll be the big winner either. I think we’re going to see a huge winner in LBS space come from somewhere else. Maybe through acquisition and integration.

  • Anonymous

    Thanks for pointing to those 2 posts, I hadn’t seen them – yes, Plancast isn’t really location-based mobile is it? Agreed it’s more about the post-real time web, but still interesting to compare with the Foursquares of mobile. I blogged some additional thoughts: http://alyce.posterous.com/location-based-mobile-apps-plancast

  • Anonymous

    Of particular interest to me is your last paragraph which asks what everyone wants to know. Is the time now?nnI think for those of us who have been using the LBS stuff for a while the time seems to be now. The problem is, who is going to adopt it so that mainstream gets it? That question has yet to be answered. Interesting experience I have personally had, a near luddite I know in the tiny town of Walla Walla WA. told her child she didn’t like the idea of all these things, twitter, foursquare et al, because she had HEARD of please rob me and that scared her. Now she recanted that when she later spoke with me, but if those who need to adopt it for it to go mainsteam are getting the message first to NOT adopt, how will we pass the test? nnThere is no question those of us more technologically savvy think it’s great and see the real value, but we aren’t the hard sell. We’re easy. Absolutely SxSWi will be a great opportunity for people to connect the dots just like it was for twitter a few years back. I would posit that it will take some time for the general pop. assuming it ever hits there. One serious difference is in the Celeb involvement. The won’t be adopting it the way they did twitter. They want to keep their location private, so that’s potentially a huge hurdle. nnLove to chat about it some time. It’s going to be interesting to watch this story unfold.n

  • Anonymous

    Well, I hate to remind you of this, but you were an early adopter of Twitter, so even if you were skeptical, you were always engaged. And still are, so you will get to love location-based apps. nnHowever, it’s not all sugar and spice, so here’s what I think:n1)The brand marketing doesn’t work for me, because many places I check in aren’t brands. I am now the Mayor of 31 places in two cities, and now it only interests me to be Mayor when someone ousts me or I oust them. I really don’t care if any of the places I’m Mayor of offer me special promotions, because (like Starbucks) I’d go there anyway. I’m also the Mayor of the dog park,and my doctor’s office, and I don’t see where that helps brands at all, yet I check in there anyway. So I think the brand marketing is less effective than the brands think they are. Brands don’t control location based apps anymore than they control any other marketing.n2) The social gaming was a big draw for me. For the first months, I hit the leader board on Foursquare every week. I played against all my friends. Now there are too many people on Foursquare for me to win:-( My choice is to quit friending my friends so I can win or resign myself to my passe status. It was a hard choice.)n3) Risk? I have two very large dogs who bark even when I walk up to the house, never mind anyone else. They’ve been mentally taking the postman apart through the window for four years. No one will rob me. And besides, I don’t live in fear.n If I were younger and had a stalker I would care more about location hiding. I often wonder how hard it must be to have extra-marital affairs in this age of cell phones and geo-location. But quite frankly, all my friends in gated communities have been robbed, and I have not.nnBTW, this is a good thoughtful post.

  • Anonymous

    Kara, that’s a very good point from someone who isn’t speaking theoretically here. It probably wouldn’t take too much trouble to figure out where a person lives based on their checkin patterns. #foodforthought

  • Anonymous

    My main concern with using any of these location based apps is not to tell people where I am, but where I am not. My house was broken into several months ago, and while police have proved that the burglar had no idea where I was, there were plenty of other people who knew that night I was at a city council meeting — because I checked in via Foursquare. It certianly depends on the situation and setting, but it’s something to keep in mind as this moves forward. If I know where Jim is, I can likely find out where he lives.

  • Anonymous

    Thank you for prodding us further Alyce! You know i was thinking about folding in some conversation about the Intent Based Web and The Predictive Web but I think I’ll leave that for another post. Meantime read Brian and Jeremiah’s posts. Smart stuff as always.

  • Anonymous

    So far, union cameraman still pays better hehe

  • Anonymous

    Thank you for that very smart post Nate!

  • Anonymous

    Nice wrap-up, Jim. I’ve been thinking lately about Plancast and how that fits into the location picture. Where Foursquare, Gowalla, et al are “where are you doing it right now?”, Plancast is “where & when are you going to be doing it?” which is more service-based for my community, I think. When I share my plans to be at specific events it promotes that event and it gives followers a chance to plan to be there. Compared with when I post where I’m at right now via Foursquare & Gowalla, it’s a fun game and maybe I’ll get a coupon for a discount or something, and maybe some cool bragging rights. Pretty cool to watch how these technologies will play out, especially at SXSW this year.nThanks for a great post!n@alyce

  • Anonymous

    Once again, Jim, you’ve shown that you really are a strategic marketer in a cameraman’s disguise. Great post. :)

  • Anonymous

    Thanks for the mention in the article. There’s a ton of potential in these location-based apps on both sides of the equation. Eventually, my gut tells me that analytics will be developed that will really help us understand consumer behavior via geo-located traffic patterns. We’re already seeing this in a sense with badges in Foursquare. It’s worth paying attention to… Cheers!

  • Anonymous

    location based services on mobile and google is leading with google maps, we can see some great progress in this in coming time

  • Anonymous

    yes people love those mobiles which support google maps

  • Anonymous

    brings this site to mind: http://pleaserobme.com/

  • Anonymous

    “This proves being first isn’t always best”. – My thoughts exactly! Even in my business as a third generation investor, we still have to prove ourselves every time.

  • Anonymous

    Ken – a couple of things. This proves being first isn’t always best. I also agree with you that while SXSWi will get more of US talking about LBS, it will likely be another year and inmproved platforms before mainstream adoption takes hold.

  • Anonymous

    I always save the good stuff for the last graph Sheryl. ;) Funny, you’ll recall that I was resistant about this stuff when you, Ken and I were talking about these apps. I think Foursquare is smart for testing this restaurant dashboard. They’re going for our pockets. That, I believe is what will help build traction.

  • Anonymous

    I’m the mayor of NBC News Washington. I’m going to march into the bureau chief’s office and demand executive compensation! :) Sadly they expect me to check in every day. I think it’s terrific if those things are a big enough motivatior for you. Since none of the retail places I’ve been crowned mayor of have loyalty programs, I’m just kind of having fun and experimenting too.

  • Anonymous

    Really nice post Jim. I wrote somewhat extensively about LBS when Google first released Latitude. Google’s shown utter failure with that, and with Jaiku which actually had LBS functionality three years ago. I think location based services are probably the single hottest mobility service ahead.nnSheryl and I used Brightkite long agi, but it matured slowly. We’re very active on Foursquare and Gowalla today. I think both are infants. and IMHO neither will survice as they exist today. You touch on some ways LBS will thrive. Value for the effort. Targeted ads. special offers and the like have proven they will elicit private information, like location,from users. It’s going to take a tangible reward system for the masses to adopt and LBS. Farmville-like virtual trinkets and mayoral badges aren’t going to be enough.nnI think the future’s very bright for LBS. I wish I was more optimistic about SXSW and what we’ll see launch and take root this year. I fear it won’t be nearly as big as everyone’s expecting. Probably just me. I’d love to be there, but SXSW is all about the cool party, not about the winning solution IMHO. But yes, I’d still liketo be there because who doesn’t love a good party.nnI’ll be interested to see what Facebook does with LBS. With the population there, they have some instant momentum. I don’t think they’ll be the big winner either. I think we’re going to see a huge winner in LBS space come from somewhere else. Maybe through acquisition and integration.

  • Anonymous

    Thanks for pointing to those 2 posts, I hadn’t seen them – yes, Plancast isn’t really location-based mobile is it? Agreed it’s more about the post-real time web, but still interesting to compare with the Foursquares of mobile. I blogged some additional thoughts: http://alyce.posterous.com/location-based-mobile-apps-plancast

  • Anonymous

    Of particular interest to me is your last paragraph which asks what everyone wants to know. Is the time now?nnI think for those of us who have been using the LBS stuff for a while the time seems to be now. The problem is, who is going to adopt it so that mainstream gets it? That question has yet to be answered. Interesting experience I have personally had, a near luddite I know in the tiny town of Walla Walla WA. told her child she didn’t like the idea of all these things, twitter, foursquare et al, because she had HEARD of please rob me and that scared her. Now she recanted that when she later spoke with me, but if those who need to adopt it for it to go mainsteam are getting the message first to NOT adopt, how will we pass the test? nnThere is no question those of us more technologically savvy think it’s great and see the real value, but we aren’t the hard sell. We’re easy. Absolutely SxSWi will be a great opportunity for people to connect the dots just like it was for twitter a few years back. I would posit that it will take some time for the general pop. assuming it ever hits there. One serious difference is in the Celeb involvement. The won’t be adopting it the way they did twitter. They want to keep their location private, so that’s potentially a huge hurdle. nnLove to chat about it some time. It’s going to be interesting to watch this story unfold.n

  • Anonymous

    Well, I hate to remind you of this, but you were an early adopter of Twitter, so even if you were skeptical, you were always engaged. And still are, so you will get to love location-based apps. nnHowever, it’s not all sugar and spice, so here’s what I think:n1)The brand marketing doesn’t work for me, because many places I check in aren’t brands. I am now the Mayor of 31 places in two cities, and now it only interests me to be Mayor when someone ousts me or I oust them. I really don’t care if any of the places I’m Mayor of offer me special promotions, because (like Starbucks) I’d go there anyway. I’m also the Mayor of the dog park,and my doctor’s office, and I don’t see where that helps brands at all, yet I check in there anyway. So I think the brand marketing is less effective than the brands think they are. Brands don’t control location based apps anymore than they control any other marketing.n2) The social gaming was a big draw for me. For the first months, I hit the leader board on Foursquare every week. I played against all my friends. Now there are too many people on Foursquare for me to win:-( My choice is to quit friending my friends so I can win or resign myself to my passe status. It was a hard choice.)n3) Risk? I have two very large dogs who bark even when I walk up to the house, never mind anyone else. They’ve been mentally taking the postman apart through the window for four years. No one will rob me. And besides, I don’t live in fear.n If I were younger and had a stalker I would care more about location hiding. I often wonder how hard it must be to have extra-marital affairs in this age of cell phones and geo-location. But quite frankly, all my friends in gated communities have been robbed, and I have not.nnBTW, this is a good thoughtful post.

  • Anonymous

    Kara, that’s a very good point from someone who isn’t speaking theoretically here. It probably wouldn’t take too much trouble to figure out where a person lives based on their checkin patterns. #foodforthought

  • Anonymous

    My main concern with using any of these location based apps is not to tell people where I am, but where I am not. My house was broken into several months ago, and while police have proved that the burglar had no idea where I was, there were plenty of other people who knew that night I was at a city council meeting — because I checked in via Foursquare. It certianly depends on the situation and setting, but it’s something to keep in mind as this moves forward. If I know where Jim is, I can likely find out where he lives.

  • Anonymous

    Thank you for prodding us further Alyce! You know i was thinking about folding in some conversation about the Intent Based Web and The Predictive Web but I think I’ll leave that for another post. Meantime read Brian and Jeremiah’s posts. Smart stuff as always.

  • Anonymous

    So far, union cameraman still pays better hehe

  • Anonymous

    Thank you for that very smart post Nate!

  • Anonymous

    Nice wrap-up, Jim. I’ve been thinking lately about Plancast and how that fits into the location picture. Where Foursquare, Gowalla, et al are “where are you doing it right now?”, Plancast is “where & when are you going to be doing it?” which is more service-based for my community, I think. When I share my plans to be at specific events it promotes that event and it gives followers a chance to plan to be there. Compared with when I post where I’m at right now via Foursquare & Gowalla, it’s a fun game and maybe I’ll get a coupon for a discount or something, and maybe some cool bragging rights. Pretty cool to watch how these technologies will play out, especially at SXSW this year.nThanks for a great post!n@alyce

  • Anonymous

    Once again, Jim, you’ve shown that you really are a strategic marketer in a cameraman’s disguise. Great post. :)

  • Anonymous

    Thanks for the mention in the article. There’s a ton of potential in these location-based apps on both sides of the equation. Eventually, my gut tells me that analytics will be developed that will really help us understand consumer behavior via geo-located traffic patterns. We’re already seeing this in a sense with badges in Foursquare. It’s worth paying attention to… Cheers!

  • http://nateriggs.com nateriggs

    Thanks for the mention in the article. There's a ton of potential in these location-based apps on both sides of the equation. Eventually, my gut tells me that analytics will be developed that will really help us understand consumer behavior via geo-located traffic patterns. We're already seeing this in a sense with badges in Foursquare. It's worth paying attention to… Cheers!

    • newmediajim

      Thank you for that very smart post Nate!

  • http://www.adelemcalear.com adelemcalear

    Once again, Jim, you've shown that you really are a strategic marketer in a cameraman's disguise. Great post. :)

    • newmediajim

      So far, union cameraman still pays better hehe

  • http://alyce.posterous.com/ Alyce Lindquist

    Nice wrap-up, Jim. I've been thinking lately about Plancast and how that fits into the location picture. Where Foursquare, Gowalla, et al are “where are you doing it right now?”, Plancast is “where & when are you going to be doing it?” which is more service-based for my community, I think. When I share my plans to be at specific events it promotes that event and it gives followers a chance to plan to be there. Compared with when I post where I'm at right now via Foursquare & Gowalla, it's a fun game and maybe I'll get a coupon for a discount or something, and maybe some cool bragging rights. Pretty cool to watch how these technologies will play out, especially at SXSW this year.
    Thanks for a great post!
    @alyce

    • newmediajim

      Thank you for prodding us further Alyce! You know i was thinking about folding in some conversation about the Intent Based Web and The Predictive Web but I think I'll leave that for another post. Meantime read Brian and Jeremiah's posts. Smart stuff as always.

      • http://alyce.posterous.com/ Alyce Lindquist

        Thanks for pointing to those 2 posts, I hadn't seen them – yes, Plancast isn't really location-based mobile is it? Agreed it's more about the post-real time web, but still interesting to compare with the Foursquares of mobile. I blogged some additional thoughts: http://alyce.posterous.com/location-based-mobil

  • karamat

    My main concern with using any of these location based apps is not to tell people where I am, but where I am not. My house was broken into several months ago, and while police have proved that the burglar had no idea where I was, there were plenty of other people who knew that night I was at a city council meeting — because I checked in via Foursquare. It certianly depends on the situation and setting, but it's something to keep in mind as this moves forward. If I know where Jim is, I can likely find out where he lives.

    • newmediajim

      Kara, that's a very good point from someone who isn't speaking theoretically here. It probably wouldn't take too much trouble to figure out where a person lives based on their checkin patterns. #foodforthought

    • briznye

      brings this site to mind: http://pleaserobme.com/

  • http://www.stealthmode.com hardaway

    Well, I hate to remind you of this, but you were an early adopter of Twitter, so even if you were skeptical, you were always engaged. And still are, so you will get to love location-based apps.

    However, it's not all sugar and spice, so here's what I think:
    1)The brand marketing doesn't work for me, because many places I check in aren't brands. I am now the Mayor of 31 places in two cities, and now it only interests me to be Mayor when someone ousts me or I oust them. I really don't care if any of the places I'm Mayor of offer me special promotions, because (like Starbucks) I'd go there anyway. I'm also the Mayor of the dog park,and my doctor's office, and I don't see where that helps brands at all, yet I check in there anyway. So I think the brand marketing is less effective than the brands think they are. Brands don't control location based apps anymore than they control any other marketing.
    2) The social gaming was a big draw for me. For the first months, I hit the leader board on Foursquare every week. I played against all my friends. Now there are too many people on Foursquare for me to win:-( My choice is to quit friending my friends so I can win or resign myself to my passe status. It was a hard choice.)
    3) Risk? I have two very large dogs who bark even when I walk up to the house, never mind anyone else. They've been mentally taking the postman apart through the window for four years. No one will rob me. And besides, I don't live in fear.
    If I were younger and had a stalker I would care more about location hiding. I often wonder how hard it must be to have extra-marital affairs in this age of cell phones and geo-location. But quite frankly, all my friends in gated communities have been robbed, and I have not.

    BTW, this is a good thoughtful post.

    • newmediajim

      I'm the mayor of NBC News Washington. I'm going to march into the bureau chief's office and demand executive compensation! :) Sadly they expect me to check in every day. I think it's terrific if those things are a big enough motivatior for you. Since none of the retail places I've been crowned mayor of have loyalty programs, I'm just kind of having fun and experimenting too.

  • http://stardustglobalventures.com sherylbreuker

    Of particular interest to me is your last paragraph which asks what everyone wants to know. Is the time now?

    I think for those of us who have been using the LBS stuff for a while the time seems to be now. The problem is, who is going to adopt it so that mainstream gets it? That question has yet to be answered. Interesting experience I have personally had, a near luddite I know in the tiny town of Walla Walla WA. told her child she didn't like the idea of all these things, twitter, foursquare et al, because she had HEARD of please rob me and that scared her. Now she recanted that when she later spoke with me, but if those who need to adopt it for it to go mainsteam are getting the message first to NOT adopt, how will we pass the test?

    There is no question those of us more technologically savvy think it's great and see the real value, but we aren't the hard sell. We're easy. Absolutely SxSWi will be a great opportunity for people to connect the dots just like it was for twitter a few years back. I would posit that it will take some time for the general pop. assuming it ever hits there. One serious difference is in the Celeb involvement. The won't be adopting it the way they did twitter. They want to keep their location private, so that's potentially a huge hurdle.

    Love to chat about it some time. It's going to be interesting to watch this story unfold.

    • newmediajim

      I always save the good stuff for the last graph Sheryl. ;) Funny, you'll recall that I was resistant about this stuff when you, Ken and I were talking about these apps. I think Foursquare is smart for testing this restaurant dashboard. They're going for our pockets. That, I believe is what will help build traction.

  • http://twitter.com/kencamp Ken

    Really nice post Jim. I wrote somewhat extensively about LBS when Google first released Latitude. Google's shown utter failure with that, and with Jaiku which actually had LBS functionality three years ago. I think location based services are probably the single hottest mobility service ahead.

    Sheryl and I used Brightkite long agi, but it matured slowly. We're very active on Foursquare and Gowalla today. I think both are infants. and IMHO neither will survice as they exist today. You touch on some ways LBS will thrive. Value for the effort. Targeted ads. special offers and the like have proven they will elicit private information, like location,from users. It's going to take a tangible reward system for the masses to adopt and LBS. Farmville-like virtual trinkets and mayoral badges aren't going to be enough.

    I think the future's very bright for LBS. I wish I was more optimistic about SXSW and what we'll see launch and take root this year. I fear it won't be nearly as big as everyone's expecting. Probably just me. I'd love to be there, but SXSW is all about the cool party, not about the winning solution IMHO. But yes, I'd still liketo be there because who doesn't love a good party.

    I'll be interested to see what Facebook does with LBS. With the population there, they have some instant momentum. I don't think they'll be the big winner either. I think we're going to see a huge winner in LBS space come from somewhere else. Maybe through acquisition and integration.

    • newmediajim

      Ken – a couple of things. This proves being first isn't always best. I also agree with you that while SXSWi will get more of US talking about LBS, it will likely be another year and inmproved platforms before mainstream adoption takes hold.

      • http://yorkstreetproperties.com/ Lance Puig

        “This proves being first isn't always best”. – My thoughts exactly! Even in my business as a third generation investor, we still have to prove ourselves every time.

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