In this week's episode, Stewart and Travis interview Mitchell Reichgut about honesty in mobile ads, consumers and the "race to X," and what the future holds for mobile engagement.
In the news, we talk about the latest announcements in conversational commerce, including developments in taking payments through Facebook Messenger, and the A.I.-driven retail landscape being created by Amazon Echo and Google Home. Because if Skynet is going to take over, it'll be a lot easier to beat humans that have spent all their money on pizzas and movie tickets.
In this week's episode, Stewart and Travis discuss the impact A.I. is having on the way websites are designed. A.I. is now building millions of creative elements for us, and we're starting to move away from curated, static web pages. We interview Itai Lahan of Cloudinary on the future of images and video, and how technology can still offer up a few surprises in that area, especially as smartphones and mobile internet access expand across third-world countries.
And in the news, we talk about the free ride brands are getting from Snapchat, and how long it might (not) last.
In this week's episode, Stewart and Travis talk about how live video is taking over Twitter to the point where the social network is becoming a global TV network, how 4K 360-degree content will start to become the norm in the near future, and why that means Stewart will have to start using a better moisturiser. We then find out why A.I. is making SEO consultants redundant.
We then interview Howard Love, author of The Startup J Curve, on how startups can succeed, and how the 'always mobile, always connected' customer has changed the landscape forever.
In this episode, Travis and Stewart interview Sean Sheppard of GrowthX on how to grow your startup, the lessons he has learned along the way, and what you can do differently that will have a massive impact on your fledgling business.
We also talk about Facebook's quarterly results and the massive $3 billion Snap Inc. IPO - timely, since Stewart showed up to the recording of this episode wearing his newly acquired Snapchat Spectacles. The future is 10 seconds long, dear listeners.