The Apple iPad — Now What?

The Apple iPad and Dock - image from slashgear.com

The Apple iPad and Dock - image from slashgear.com

So Apple had their big media day announcement yesterday where they finally took the cover off the iPad. The best description I’ve heard so far is that it is a 10 inch iPod Touch. Just like the iPhone, it will have a couple of options for storage capacity and an option to add 3G connectivity. The low end model will start at $499 for 16 gig of storage and WiFi only — no 3G. The top end model has 64 gig of storage, WiFi AND 3G for $829.

The Web of Tomorrow?

Ben Parr has an awesome post over on Mashable about What the Web of Tomorrow Will Look Like: 4 Big Trends to Watch. One of the things that makes it so totally awesome is that he agrees with me! Here are a couple of the highlights:

The Web Will Be Ubiquitous – Always connected, always on, fully integrated with the appliances that we use to manage our life. Finally!
(see more under Mobile Becomes King in my 6 Guaranteed Game Changing Predictions for 2010)

The PC Will Lose Its Dominance Over the Web

What’s Your Value Proposition?

Guest Post By: Rod Kirby
Image Source: Artquest.org

For 2010, my buzz word is value. I’m including it in everything that I do, deliver, and offer. Some entrepreneurs just don’t understand the concept of value – especially, “internet marketers.” The term sends irritating shivers down my spine. The most successful entrepreneurs know that you can’t just spam, harass, and bully people into buying a product or service . . . you have to offer a value proposition.

What is a value proposition?

Simply put, it’s how you’re going to deliver value to the end user, client, customer, follower, fan, or prospect.

“Literally, what it is the customer gets for what s/he pays. The term is also used to describe some unique value a brand, company, product or service offers that its competitors don’t.”

via www.neubertweb.com/definitions.html

What if you don’t have customers? Maybe you’re a blogger?