About Ezra Englebardt
Account planner, digital nerd, marketing guru, tweeter, facebooker, occasional blogger, cyclist, snowboarder, mountain biker, social media junkie and avid reader. CU-Boulder and Boston College alum. Frequent guest speaker in Boston-area universities.

3 Responses to Lost at Sea.

  1. Hi friend, Thank you for the time you put in here. I really work hard to keep up with the current news in the performance marketing industry. It\’s not as easy as it seems, but I have a few favs I like. Yours is one of them.

    I\’ve done affiliate marketing since 1994 and it\’s still a job to get all the things done each day. So I just wanted to say I like your blog a lot and predominately try and keep up by having secured your feed and loaded it into my Google Feed reader.

    May your clicks be many, and your conversions greater.

  2. The Hook says:

    Very interesting topic to explore, Ezra! Well done!

  3. Not a bad idea, the only thing with RFID’s, is proximity, if you were to lean on a rail to admire the view you would likely set it off, and no amount of fine tuning would really eliminate that. The US Navy uses salt water activated GPS locators, maybe a combination of that, and your braclet would be a more effective solution, just a thought. Great idea though, and well written article

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