Writing Articles On Popular Personal Tech Topics

After writing a large quantity of articles on personal tech, science, and the latest discoveries and research it had occurred to me that somewhere along the line science in the news media got hijacked by all of our personal technologies in toys. Now then, don’t get me wrong, some of the new technology that we have, especially all this mobile technology is wondrous indeed.

It helps us do everything we do more efficiently, except perhaps drive the car while we are trying to use it, and please don’t. We don’t need you to run over a pedestrian or cyclist, or get into a head-on collision, or drive off into a tree or ditch. If you do that you won’t be able to write many more articles online will you?

Okay so, back to my point; it’s okay to write about personal technology and the science behind it, but there’s a difference between writing about scientific facts and discoveries, and the personal technology sector. If you’re going to write about personal technologies might I suggest some of the following subtopics, as they’ve done very well for me;

GPS
Apps
Apple
iPhones
Mapping
Smart Phones
Tablet Computers
Consumer Reviews
Mobile Technology
Mobile Payment Systems
Social Networks and Mobile Tech

What I’m saying to you is this; there is plenty to write about in this venue, and the category is large enough to include a tremendous amount of sub subjects and subtopics. If you choose to write about “technology” regardless of what type, you should remind the reader of the type of technology you are discussing in the first sentence and the title should reference it too – do not waster the reader’s time.

Is it a personal mobile tech device, or are you talking about alternative energy technologies for instance? Indeed, when it comes to alternative energy that in and of itself has just is many or more subtopics to consider. The same goes for those who write about hard science, there are so many subcategories, and so many offshoots and applications for all of these researched findings and discoveries that you could never finish.

As soon as you got done with one subtopic, you’d find yourself with several more new items to discuss the very next day. Consider if you will the value of writing on these types of concepts, the number of articles you could produce, and the number of readers you could enlighten. Might I suggest to you that it is rather “unlimited” in that regard?

Perhaps this is why I have chosen to continue to produce quality online content along these lines of affairs. Indeed I hope you will please consider all this and listen to some of my advice here as you prepare the very best quality content on personal tech. The reader deserves the best, and you should deliver it, even as you realize you can never actually finish, because there will always be more to write about tomorrow.

Have You Had a Personal Tech Device Stolen Yet?

It probably wouldn’t surprise you if I were to tell you that the theft of smart phones and personal tech devices is on the rise. If you think you can leave your smart phone on the outside patio table at a Starbucks and come back in 15 minutes and hope for it to still be there, you’re playing with fire. Indeed, I can remember back in 1999 that I had a smart phone stolen, it was the top-of-the-line of the day, of course nothing compared what we have now, but it was stolen.

Since I knew a little bit about technology I asked for the police department to find out where the phone was, triangulate its position, so I could go catch the guy. They said they had no way to do that, which is absolute nonsense. We’ve always had that ability. In fact they’ve used personal tech devices to find people who were lost in a snow bank or had driven off the road in their automobiles. We’ve used it to catch child abductors, and even bank robbers. But unfortunately the police department will not use it to get your $400 – $600 smart phone back.

I find that amazing because we’ve also learned that the FBI and other law enforcement agencies have been tracking people with their personal tech devices for quite a while. And yet when you really need them, they won’t give you the answer to who stole your smart phone device. We even have Internet companies who have been charged with location tracking, and big data marketers who will deliver ads to your smart phone via a special app when you come near one of your favorite stores so they can give you a coupon.

If we have all this technology there shouldn’t be anyone stealing these high-tech devices or your iPhone, they should know they would be caught right away. In case you are wondering if this is a problem or not there was a very interesting article in the Wall Street Journal on July 28, 2012 titled; “Fighting the iCrime Wave – Device Theft Has Exploded. New Solutions on the Way. Is the Industry Doing Enough about Apple Picking?” by Rolfe Winkler.

Now then, I just explained to you that we don’t need to wait for solutions from industry, there’s probably already an app for that, and it’s too bad that you can’t activate the app via remote so the police department can get your phone back, unfortunately, as much as we pay in taxes, they tell us they don’t have time for that, well, give me the information, and I’ll go get my own phone back thank you very much.

Look, here’s the deal if we catch the people who are stealing iPhones and smart phones, laptops and other personal tech devices, then eventually no one will steal them anymore because they know they will face jail time. Wouldn’t it be nice, if you could go out in public without having to guard your personal tech devices with your life, because that’s what’s on them. Please consider all this and think on it.

2007 Trends in Personal Tech

One of the most popular subjects on the Internet is Personal Tech. Personal Tech can be anything from the latest iPod to a futuristic alternative fueled flying automobile. You can understand why people are so intrigued with Personal Tech and why it is such a popular subject. Personal Tech is the future come alive and the latest gadget, gizmo or widget is often considered a must have for those early adopters of technology.

What is the Future of Personal Tech and where are all these devices leading us? Well, the Future of Personal Tech is moving very rapidly in many different directions while entrepreneurs and technology capitalists keep bringing it back around full-circle by bundling technologies into one.

As we watch the innovations unfold we see Video Computer Games the size of PDAs, which can also act as a video cell phone, that can also collect your email, access your bank account, retrieve your news and give you directions by way of GPS. Yes isn’t Personal Tech just the coolest thing you have ever considered? Indeed it is and there is no doubt that the future is bright for the next new thing.

What is Personal Tech? Well it is Virtual Reality, Mobile Technologies, Computer Brain Interfaces, Exotic Transportation, Artificial Intelligent Robotic Android Assistants and well it is just about anything you can dream up that has a potential market lager than 4 units World Wide! See my point? I hope you will enjoy this thought provoking discussion on the Future of Personal Tech. Perhaps this article is of interest to propel thought in 2007?

High Tech Toys We Can’t Turn Off – How to Write Articles on Personal Tech

If you don’t think personal tech is important then obviously you don’t watch the stock market during the day or CNBC news. After all, one statement from Steve Jobs and Apple’s stock skyrockets, along with the entire tech sector; and later in the day; “lo and behold” if the entire the entire Dow doesn’t post a strong gain. Consider if you will, just in the recent past, we’ve had the iPhone, the new Kindle, and all these new smart phone all-in-one gadgets.

Yes, it seems sometimes high-tech toys are something we just can’t turn on. They are getting to be as American as apple pie. Everyone wants to get in on the latest new thing, and the early adopters will pay a premium for the high-tech toys of the future, that is, if they can get them in their hot little hands today. Perhaps, it is for this reason that I recommend that online article authors that like to talk about and discuss technology spend some more time writing personal tech articles.

Over the last couple years I’ve written nearly 50 articles on the topic, and it is amazing how much traffic they get, it’s just cool. People want to know about personal tech. It is one of the most highly searched terms on Google. Of course, if you’re going to write personal tech articles you need to know a few things. People want to know the juice. They want to know all about the good stuff, and the problems.

They want a real product review, not a bunch of hype, and not a lot of talk about the color. They want to know the particulars. They want to know about the software, they want to know about the speed, the conductivity, the interface, the RAM, the operating system, and they want to know when it will become obsolete, and what comes next. They want side-by-side comparisons of all the competing products.

Most of all, they want to know where to get one!

If you can write online articles to give this information to the public, they will eat your articles up, refer them to friends, and there is no way you can stop them from going viral on the Internet. Trust me, it’s happened to me a number of times. I hope you will please consider this.

Lance Winslow is a retired Founder of a Nationwide Franchise Chain, and now runs the Online Think Tank. Lance Winslow believes in shopping for the best smart phone; TMobile Phones

One City Had Several Returns for Each Type of Personal Tech Device In Their Product Line

Every time I read an online review for a personal tech product I just cringe, and I must say I am skeptical regardless of who is reviewing or what they’ve said. Indeed, I’m sure you’ve heard by now that there are algorithms which can predict which product reviews are false, and which are legitimate. Unfortunately much of their strategies have been described in the personal tech news, things such as the real reviewer uses more of a personal voice rather than second or third person. Of course, those who are writing fake reviews are now adjusting them to look more like real reviews.

This reminds me much of a cat and mouse game, good guys and bad guys, and the way in which militaries of the world try to one up their enemies with the greatest technologies of the time. Still, that’s not the only problem, another one has to do with integrity level of the reviewer. How can you trust someone who is reviewing a product who lacks ethics and integrity?

Not long ago, I was consulting a small personal tech company, and as I was going through their information of product returns, as we were working on a Six Sigma process strategy, I was quite concerned with a couple of cities which had a high returns. One city had exactly 2 returns of each and every single personal tech device in their product line. This was consistent over a three-year period.

Now mind you, this was very rare for the company to have any returns, but to have exactly 2 in the same city over and over again made me stop and wonder if there was really something wrong with the product, or if people were using the product for a couple of days and then returning it. Was there a competitor, or a designer which wanted to survey these devices, and then take them back to the store? Well, the curiosity got the best of me – perhaps I should have been a CSI type crime investigator.

Anyway it turned out there were two individuals in the same city who were competing in the product review categories for personal tech devices online. Each one of them had a blog, and the corresponding blog posts matched the dates of purchase and returns of these products within two-days of each other. In other words these product reviewers were buying these personal tech devices, trying them out, and then returning them.

That’s all fine and good, but the company would have sent them devices to test without causing conflict at the retailer. And on the first point; how can you trust someone who would pull such an underhanded trick with such lack of integrity to fairly review any product – yours or the competition? Please consider all this and think on it.