June 22 – iOS vs. Android: Apple and Google map different routes | Software Development Times

The success of Android and iOS in part depends upon the innovation provided for each platform by third-party mobile app developers, and some would argue that Android has taken a beating as a result.  Here, Kenneth Wisnefski discusses the differences going forward.  Read more

June 21 – Who’s Minding the Twitter? Big Companies’ Most Painful Mis-Tweets | AOL Daily Finance

Retailers and consumer-products companies are increasingly using Twitter as a marketing tool, which has given them limitless opportunities to connect with their customers.  Kenneth Wisnefski discusses some of the worst tweets of the year.  Read more

June 14 – Apple Drops Google Services on iOS 6 | Ping! Zine

Kenneth Wisnefski, online marketing expert and founder / CEO of WebiMax, feels “We are seeing a major player in the tech industry detracting from Google’s services and making them [Google] susceptible to losses in a market they have consistently dominated.”  Read more

June 13 – How Young is too Young to Join Facebook? | Washington Post

Facebook is reportedly exploring the option of removing the minimum age requirement and allowing children under the age of 13 to access the platform with parental supervision. At this point, the social media titan requires users to register their birthdate at or above 13 years old.  Read more

June 12 – NBA Finals expected to stir record amount of social media activity | SunSentinel

Kenneth Wisnefski, social media expert and founder and CEO of WebiMax, expects activity during the Finals to smash the record for Twitter chatter for a major sporting event. That was set during the New York Giants’ victory in the Super Bowl at 10,200 tweets per second.  Read more