JD Rucker

  JD Rucker is Editor at Soshable, a Social Media Marketing Blog. He is a Christian, a husband, a father, and founder of both Judeo Christian Church and Dealer Authority. He drinks a lot of coffee, usually in the form of a 5-shot espresso over ice. Find him on Twitter, Facebook, and Pinterest.

   

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Why iPhone’s Daylight Savings Problem is Alarming

If you want your alarm to go off at 3:00, you better set it for 2:00 if your alarm happens to be an iPhone...
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A Time Line of The Social Buying Universe

While most have only heard of “social buying” in the last couple of years, it has actually been around since 2004 (an eternity in...
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Did Digg Really Spam Itself? Really?

Stranger things have happened in the social media world. Well, maybe not. Digg, stuck in on the losing side of an all-or-nothing bet with...
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Marissa Mayer’s On The Move

She has been called hypercompetitive, the queen of the search-o-sphere, and one of the hottest geek girls on the planet. Now, bloggers and tech...
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7 Changes Digg Needs To Make To Stop Failing

Digg’s V4 redesign was more than a change in look and feel. It was a complete shift in the direction of the company that...
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Will The Predictive Search Engine That Google And The CIA Funded Successfully Predict The Elections?

Companies have used search engines and social media data to follow trends and attempt to predict the future for years. Recorded Future has drawn...
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Downloading Torrents: There’s An App For That

Many have tried but all have failed to get an app approved that works with BitTorrent. All have failed, that is, until now. IS...
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XM Radio Is Alive And Well: Sirius Projects 20 Million Subscribers

In 2008, many tech sites and bloggers pronounced that XM radio was dead. Today, Sirius declared otherwise. Mel Karmazin, CEO of SIRIUS XM Radio,...
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7 Reasons People Fear E-Commerce

The transition over the last decade from brick-and-mortar store purchases to e-commerce purchases has been dramatic. The 2nd quarter of 2010 showed nearly $40...
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Techcrunch Sold To AOL

The rumors started flying yesterday. Today it became official. Techcrunch announced that they agreed to be purchased by AOL during their Disrupt conference. Financial...
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Digg Front Page Spam: Deja Vu All Over Again

Spam me once, shame on you. Spam me twice and it’s time to get better moderators. For the second time in three days, Digg...
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