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Google has been uploading video content from last month’s Google I/O event for weeks, and most recently has been sharing one-on-one discussions with various executives. Following are three conversations, roughly a half hour each, talking about getting people to use your product. If you have a cool app, but are struggling to get it in front of people, you might …
Back in January, we finally saw Gingerbread fall below 50 percent in Google’s Android distribution numbers for December. At the same time, Ice Cream Sandwich and Jelly Bean both saw increases. Now only one Android version is seeing continued growth. In the latest Android distribution numbers, Jelly Bean has grown 3.4 percent to a total of 13.6 percent of the …
It used to be when you bought a product, it was yours to keep. There was a time you could buy a video game or movie and you could do whatever you wanted with it. You could let a friend borrow it, watch or play without having to input codes or install intrusive security programs. Ownership equaled ownership. These days, …
I spend a fair amount of time talking with small and medium sized business owners about their web marketing. Often times these individuals aren’t ready to shoulder the costs associated with true goal-oriented web design, SEO, or PPC, so the conversation turns to, “what can I be doing in the meantime?”
Aside from blogging, posting on forums, and keeping their site content fresh, I always talk about online PR. Most of the time the people I’m conversing with have no idea that you can freely or cheaply distribute press releases online.
The new question on Net Neutrality is “who benefits?” There’s been a lot of talk on both sides of the issue, and it can be difficult for those outside the Internet industry to get a handle on what’s true. Perhaps if we look at who is talking, and from what pedestal, we can better understand.
The massive chipmaker will work with the Oscar winner’s production company on releasing films online before their DVD release.
Nokia and Starcut Ltd., a mobile media publisher, announced that premium, branded entertainment, life-style and sports content from Starcut will be available as part of the new Preminet Solution.
Interland today announced it completed a new channel distribution agreement with Dex Media. Under the channel agreement, Dex will sell a private-labeled version of Interland’s small business Website design and hosting services as part of a new product line called Dex Web Clicks.
FindWhat.com today announced a new local search solution for its distribution partner network.
FINDWHAT.COM, today announced an exclusive distribution relationship with Bizjournals, the new media division of American City Business Journals, the nation’s largest publisher of metropolitan business newspapers.
Digital River today announced it is working with Microsoft Corp. to expand Microsoft’s e-commerce software distribution efforts.
Dynamic forces of change are converging upon the wholesale distribution industry. The business environment is changing and distributors must change, too. This sobering conclusion comes from new Facing the Forces of Change: The Road to Opportunity report (available from the National Association of Wholesaler-Distributors at www.nawpubs.org).
Cisco has defined a hierarchical model known as the hierarchical internetworking model. This model simplifies the task of building a reliable, scalable, and less expensive hierarchical internetwork because rather than focusing on packet construction, it focuses on the three functional areas, or layers, of your network:
The main source of Google’s revenue comes from their AdSense programs. In fact, 95% of the search engine’s revenue stems from its ad programs. Users have often wondered what percentage of the this revenue goes to Google and what goes to the AdSense publisher.
Are you interested in distributing products using the web? With the customer-centric distribution chain today, the role that a distributor plays includes enabling direct ordering and tracking of orders over the Internet. Does it mean that you switch your current operations to the Internet? Or does it mean making use of the Internet in such a manner that optimizes your role in the value chain.
A few weeks ago I was participating on an on-line message board. One of the members was a new business owner who was very excited about sending out her company’s first press release. The question she posted to the group was important, but also a common one echoed by so many small-business owners charged with handling media coverage in-house for the first time: “Now that I’ve distributed my press release, what do I do next?