1. iPad VS. Netbook
2. The end of software ownership
3. Samsung takes on the iPad
4. The Facebook


These are just some of the topics we will have on the show. Give us a call and leave us a question for the show @ 6024650485


Here are some of the topics for this weeks episode June 25th, 2010:

Shocking new study about the implications of Net Neutrality

Three Million iPads sold in the first 80 days.

Some cutting edge technology for Linkedin?

These are just a few of the topics that Brian and Lon will be discussed this week on “The Digital Detectives”


Some of the Topics that Brian Ellison and Lon Koningsor are working on for this weeks episode of “The Digital Detectives” are:

1. The Browser formerly known as Swiss cheese

2. Steve Jobs’ awkward moment on stage thanks to AT&T

3. iPhone 4 in all of its glory

4. Apple’s startling admission of guilt

These are just a few of the hot topics that will be discussed this week on “The Digital Detectives”


Some of the Topics that Brian Ellison and Lon Koningsor are working on for this weeks episode of “The Digital Detectives” are;

1. E Ink has improved their display technology and what that means to the user.

2. Universal format for ebooks? Look out Amazon and Apple!

These are just a few of the hot topics that will be discussed this week on “The Digital Detectives”


In this changing economic time, the ways in which small businesses fill the pipeline with new leads has changed drastically in the last few years. For instance, the invention of social marketing is relatively new. The introduction of data mining on Facebook and Twitter as a way to drive business to your company is a relatively new concept. However it is growing at an alarming rate. According to some statistics, Facebook has an average of 250,000 new registrations per day since January of 2007.

Business today is an even more competitive place and one that allows small business to compete in markets that would normally be out of reach. This can be attributed to the phenomenon known as social marketing or social networking. However this means that the small business owner must be very prepared to understand the ramifications of starting down the path of these new outlets and how they reflect on your company. For example, did you know that every post that a person on Twitter makes can be found on any number of the search engines? Maybe you’re thinking so what…

Did you hear of a politician recently making a very inappropriate remark on his Facebook status and have to offer his apology publicly? This status update got him top story on several national new shows! He apologized and said it was meant for only his close personal friends. Does this make this remark okay? The point is that everything you post on the web is out and part of public record. Knowing this before you start participating on the Internet as a spokesperson for your company is a very good thing.

These social networking sites such as MySpace, Facebook, Twitter, LinkedIn, and many others are great to keep in touch with people, but is there really an opportunity to generate revenue from leads off of these sites? According to Mobile Market Watch.com, US social networking revenues will reach $421 million in 2010 and nearly a billion by 2013. I have seen some estimates as high as $134 billion by 2015. These are staggering numbers that seem to lead us to a resounding yes; there can be a pay-off for social networking.

As great as these numbers sound, there are important topics to consider and answer for yourself about social marketing. How is what you do online representing your brand? Does it speak to your clients the way you would speak to them in person? Regardless of how large or small your brand is, your actions and words online will reflect on your company. For instance, it is shocking how many small companies do not own a domain. There is a simple way to tell if a company has their own domain or not. Look at their business card, if the email address on the business card is like this; Abespainting@comcast.net then they don’t. This is the best way for your business to look very small and not well established. This may very well not be the case, however perception truly is reality. You have even shorter amounts of time to establish report online than you do in a one on one in person exchange. Remember that any marketing page you make or post for your brand online again is a calling card for your business. If you are not proud of the page it should probably not be online for the entire world to see.

The good news about these small issues is that solutions exist for small business owners that will make their businesses look and feel like a larger well-established company without the enormous expense of servers and convoluted backup systems. Having hosted services like exchange and SharePoint will allow you to get your emails and contacts on a Smartphone or from any computer in the world connected to the Internet. Any decent IT company will be able to assist you to make these changes to allow you to appear and have all the benefit that a fortune 500 company would without the large investment. To become savvy in this new world of social marketing and networking you do not need to break the bank.

PC COPS Commercial debut!!!

Posted on: November 11th, 2009 by No Comments



At PC COPS we take great pride in the services we provide to each and everyone  of our customers. We go to great lengths to provide a level of service that no other company can, while at the same time helping to lower your computer repair costs.

With this in mind PC COPS is excited to announce our inaugural Commercial. Stay tuned for more commercials from PC COPS.


If you are a fan of Apple’s “Get a Mac” ads you are sure to love Verizon’s holiday ad campaign. Verizon Wireless has released three great new commercials that call AT&T’s network coverage into question and engage the viewer at the same time. We know that there is always two sides to a story. Share your thoughts below in the comments.