Redding, CT (PRWEB) August 16, 2013
Marketing Land has released the first internet marketing news app for Google Glass. Users can choose to get all of Marketing Land’s daily news and analysis, or they can select content channels that interest them most, including social media, email marketing, analytics and more.
"We're excited to offer Glass owners the first app that's dedicated exclusively to online marketing news, and we're sure they'll enjoy getting updates on the go in near real-time,” said Matt McGee, Marketing Land’s Editor-In-Chief (and an original Glass Explorer). “The app also gives us a chance to learn first-hand about the challenges and opportunities of publishing and marketing in this new mobile channel."
The Marketing Land app has a variety of unique features including:
The Marketing Land Google Glass app is a free download. To use the app and read the latest in online marketing news, visit glass.marketingland.com and connect via your Google Glass account.
For more information about how to use the app, please visit the Marketing Land Google Glass App page.
About Marketing Land and Third Door Media
Marketing Land publishes daily news and analysis covering all aspects of online marketing, from analytics and social media marketing to display advertising and email marketing. Its daily e-mail Marketing Day recaps top online marketing news from around the web.
Third Door Media’s mission is to empower internet marketing professionals by providing trusted content and community services they need to be successful. In addition to Marketing Land, Third Door Media publishes Search Engine Land, which provide news, analysis and tutorials to help search marketers do their jobs more effectively. Third Door Media also produces the global Search Marketing Expo conference series and provides a full range of innovative marketing services including lead generation, content creation and licensing via its Digital Marketing Depot brand.
Third Door Media was recognized in 2011 and 2012 by Inc. Magazine as one of the fastest growing 5000 private companies in America.