Some big retailers are joining forces to develop their own mobile payment app, but Ken Wisnefski, CEO of WebiMax, voices some concerns about their plans. He joins Alisa Parenti in Take on Tech. Listen to the Live interview here
Wisnefski is founder and CEO of “WebMax.” He says one big part of it they seem to be missing is the use of strategies such as, “search engine marketing” and creating what he calls more, “social media buzz”. Listen to the Live interview here
How can parents stay one social medium ahead of their kids? Todd Bailey, vice president of marketing and digital strategy at WebiMax, talks with Alisa Parenti in Money, Markets and More. Listen to the Live interview here
Kenneth Wisnefski speaks with former N.Y. Governor David Patterson on the Penn State child abuse allegations. Wisnefski digs deep in to the implications on the University and discusses their options from a reputation management stand point.
Kenneth Wisnefski discusses with ESPN Radio the implications on Penn State and their reputation going forward.
Google Penguin is changing the search optimization game for small business, according to Todd Bailey of Webimax. He shares some suggestions on dealing with the changes with Alisa Parenti on Red, White and Blue Chips. Hear more
As Google launches its Drive service, we check in with WebiMax CEO Ken Wisnefski. Alisa Parenti also gets an update on Facebook, just a few weeks before its IPO. Listen here
While 90 million users have logged onto Google+ since its June launch, not many are spending much time there, according to research by comScore. In Take on Tech, WebiMax founder and CEO Ken Wisnefski talks about the platform’s future possibilities. Hear more
Kenneth Wisnefski discusses “Image Jacking” with Richmond Morning News.
Facebook’s new deal with Bango shows its efforts to make some money on those who use Facebook on their mobile devices. Webimax founder and CEO Kenneth Wisnefski joins Alisa Parenti in Money, Markets and More. Hear more