Ken Wisnefski

Ken Wisnefski is a serial entrepreneur that specializes in web based ventures. He is currently the Founder/CEO of WebiMax and is involved in several other online centric start-up companies. With over 15 years experience, Ken offers deep insight in to tech based companies and emerging IPOs with an "insider's perspective" that few others can provide. With the rapid growth of social media and mobile marketing, the landscape for viable opportunities moves quickly and Ken can help navigate this often confusing mix of new media.

Recent Articles By The Author

Here's Why Snapchat's Planned $25 Billion IPO May Be Out of Touch

Here's Why Snapchat's Planned $25 Billion IPO May Be Out of Touch

The messaging application has garnered a huge valuation, but investors should look beyond the eye-popping numbers.

Here's Why Google's Pixel Could Sap Apple and Samsung's Supremacy

Here's Why Google's Pixel Could Sap Apple and Samsung's Supremacy

Not only is Google's new smartphone better, it will generate more money for search.

Why Google Needs Twitter More Than Salesforce -- and What Facebook Has to Do With It

Why Google Needs Twitter More Than Salesforce -- and What Facebook Has to Do With It

Google's Display Network can do more with Twitter's user data than Twitter can do on its own.

Is Snapchat Really Worth the $1 Billion Hype?

Is Snapchat Really Worth the $1 Billion Hype?

Users are the reason some speculate that Snapchat is over-valued when compared to other social media giants.

Authentication Is Crucial in the Collectibles Market

Authentication Is Crucial in the Collectibles Market

Collectibles can generate significant returns, although authentication is important.

The Future of Elections: Presidents Will Be Chosen Online, and Ad Budgets Will Follow

The Future of Elections: Presidents Will Be Chosen Online, and Ad Budgets Will Follow

The internet has been a major disruptor in the 2016 election so far. Political ad buyers should take notice going forward.

How 10,000 Characters Makes Twitter Relevant Again for Marketers

How 10,000 Characters Makes Twitter Relevant Again for Marketers

While Twitter contemplates increasing the 140 character limit, marketers may look to increase their ad spend on the platform.

Mobile and Amazon Dominated Black Friday; Holiday Shopping Will Never Be the Same

Mobile and Amazon Dominated Black Friday; Holiday Shopping Will Never Be the Same

Mobile purchases are way up this holiday shopping season. Here's what that means for more traditional retailers.

Could HubSpot Be the Next Salesforce?

Could HubSpot Be the Next Salesforce?

HubSpot's new CRM feature should make the company even more attractive to businesses and should help it acquire new customers.

Why Google's Rebranding With Alphabet Is a Winning Move

Why Google's Rebranding With Alphabet Is a Winning Move

Google keeps its strong brand in search engine without confusing the name with its far-flung investments.