All Posts Tagged Tag: ‘Development’
I just stumbled upon PixelPass – a method of adding an income stream to your blog where your readers pay a small monthly fee to subscribe to your content.
When thinking about the future of PR in this increasingly hyperlinked world look not just at the tools for the answers, but to your people.
A great headline can be the difference between having your free reprint article published once (on your own website…) and having it published hundreds, if not thousands, of times all over the Internet.
Here’s something that wasn’t reported very well: The Unofficial Apple Weblog: Blogcasting anyone?
Former Secretary of State and celebrated general Colin Powell has joined Kleiner Perkins, the venture capital firm which funded Google in the early days.
I’ve gotta say, Bloglines Citations is — by far — the best way to see what bloggers are saying about a specific post or web site.
Note to Steve Gillmor: thanks for the support. He writes: “This may seem like so much inside baseball to most of you, but this has been building for a long time….
A number of companies have been vying to help publishers run their own PPC auctions. MyGeek and Quigo have been a couple leaders in this area. This was largely pioneered by Sprinks content match, which operated on a “channel” basis allowing advertisers to place ads, mostly on About.com.
Getting started is really simple. Enter one or more of these criteria: a position, a location, a few keywords describing the job you are looking for, one or more target companies, and press List Jobs’ to get the list of job openings matching your requirements or press Map Jobs’ to have them displayed on a map.
As more companies start blogging – and the list is gaining ground – more are also making publicly available their guidelines on blogging, primarily focused on what the ground rules they have put in place are for employees who blog publicly so everyone knows the boundaries.
As if we need further proof that organizations no longer control their messages, Market Sentinel has released the results of a study that spotlight the negative PR implications of Google searches.
Google 1 – Auction Experts 0.
from [MediaBuyerPlanner] : “Google won its suit against an AdSense partner publisher that it had accused of deliberate click fraud. Two months ago, a California judge granted Google a $75,000 judgment against Auction Experts, a Texas firm, according to MediaPost…
One of the things that going away and not checking your RSS feeds for a month can do for you is help identify who is blogging how much. I generally clear my bloglines account every day. As a result I don’t notice from day to day which of my 350 or so feeds are updating frequently.
Howard N. Karesh, Vice President, Ketchum Midwest Corporate Practice, has written a blog post outlining four reasons to have a corporate podcast and three not to.
Yesterday was another typical Monday – back to work, back into the routine, another Carnival of the Capitalists.
Google News is reporting 243 news articles about Microsoft’s RSS announcements on Friday, including the Associated Press, BBC, Reuters, and many newspapers around the world (a coworker reports reading about the announcements in an Indian newspaper over the weekend).
Oracle 10G Development: Access from Oracle to Heterogeneous Data on Microsoft CRM database example.
I was quoted in a special report by MarketingSherpa’s contributing Editor, Dianna Huff. Her article stresses that OEMs can do a lot more to help IT consultants and resellers with selling.
Google has released the Enterprise version of Google Desktop Search, and its surprisingly free. Surprising, perhaps, only to me, as I figured Google would charge for it.
In a brilliant (albeit wacky) idea, the first two innings of an actual minor league baseball game will be played on an Xbox, with the third inning picking up where the virtual game left off.
Sam Sugar asks Google to allow the adult entertainment industry to use its upcoming transaction service, which he argues would bring stability and safety to the online porn industry, and give Google a huge edge over PayPal.
The annual Blog Business Summit is scheduled for August 17 – 19 2005 in San Francisco, California, USA.