First, inspired by Justin.tv, Chris “I live on the lunatic fringe” Pirillo decided to start a live internet video stream of him at his computer. Bringing in Ustream.tv (the live video technology) Skype, Twitter, chat rooms and a whole host of other technology.
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Even though Microsoft acquired Norway’s Fast Search and Transfer, that company’s enterprise search technology won’t tie all of Microsoft’s search products into one neat package.
Yesterday, while I was on a panel discussion at LeWeb3 talking about the future of video something happened that discussed my future. I was driving the computer during the panel discussion, demonstrating bleeding edge video technologies like Seesmic and Kyte on stage when someone wrote in my Kyte.tv channel’s chat room that I should check out TechCrunch. So, in front of everyone I pulled up the post. You’ve probably read it by now.
Google has several "search operators" that provide important insights into improving search engine rankings. One of the most important commands is "Allinanchor" as it heavily influences Google’s ranking algorithm – by providing relevance to inbound links.
In case you’re still convinced there’s a true open market in broadband space and the handful of companies running it are sufficient competition for each other, consider this: in Hong Kong, you can get a fiber-to-the-home connection 20 times faster than Verizon’s FiOS connection for about the same price.
Fast Search & Transfer has worked with AOL, Dell, and Vodafone, and calls itself “the leading global provider of search technologies.” And now Fast Search & Transfer has acquired AgentArts, which is a self-described “leading provider of recommendation and personalization solutions for music, video, games and mobile entertainment.”
If you don’t have a fast Internet connection, stop reading. This doesn’t apply to you. Everyone else, rejoice – driverTV.com, “the only automotive destination designed from the ground up for broadband subscribers” is here; as you might imagine, it’s rather good-looking.
I just learned that I’m a new columnist for Fast Company magazine where I’ll write a monthly piece, about 700 words. Still don’t know what the title will be, but we’re thinking “Naked Conversations.”
My first column will probably mirror my new speech I’m working on, titled “Living in a Google World.”
In a statement released this morning, Fast Search & Transfer (FAST) and Infospace have announced a partnership aimed at delivering an ASP mobile search service, enable carriers to assert more control over their content business models while providing mobile search to customers.
Niall Kennedy wrote on his blog that The Yahoo Developer Network provided a short preview of the soon to be released del.icio.us webbadge.
Senator Ted Stevens may not have a grasp on how, exactly, the Internet works, but the veteran politician could teach Congressional rookies a thing or too about getting your way in Washington. Net Neutrality supporters are hitting the phones trying to prevent Stevens from orchestrating a backdoor vote.
Thanks to CBS’ decision to broadcast games via the Web, nearly 10 million people flocked to sports-related websites on the first day of March Madness, the NCAA men’s college basketball tournament, according to Nielsen//NetRatings. The largest increase was during working hours, where employees could watch at their desks.
Like a hot car, speed and performance are a standard many businesses shoot for, especially when the business is competitive. Back in July, David Sifry, CEO at Technorati, had his folks start working under the hood. The results are becoming apparent as his crew begins to turn up the idle and rev the engine.
Since General Motors began the GM FastLane Blog in early January, it’s attracted considerable attention from business communicators. That attention has been sparked by who the bloggers are – senior corporate executives, starting with GM Vice Chairman Bob Lutz.
The Fast Company team has initiated a search for the best business blogs. This month, they’re asking for submissions for the best advertising-related blogs.
Groxis announced the launch of Grokker E.D.U., a search-and-research software platform for the education market.
Fast Search & Transfer jointly announced an original equipment manufacturer (OEM) partnership with CoreMedia.
Are you frustrated by the lack of growth in your firm, or the effort required to squeeze any up-tick in performance? Are inadequate policies and procedures a root cause? To find out, take this simple self assessment to see if this may be inhibiting real growth at your company.
Rackspace Managed Hosting, the fastest growing managed hosting company, is the 73rd fastest-growing technology firm in all of North America, according to the Deloitte 2004 Technology Fast 500 ranking. The Deloitte award is a prestigious industry list that measures the long-term revenue growth performance of leading tech-oriented companies. Rackspace was honored for achieving an exceptional 3,581 percent growth in revenue from 1999 to 2003.
Google was named the fastest growing technology company in North America, topping the 2004 Deloitte Technology Fast 500, a ranking of the fastest growing technology companies in North America based on percentage revenue growth over five years (fiscal year revenues 1999-2003) by Deloitte & Touche.
HURIDOCS, a human rights network, has announced the implementation of the FAST Enterprise Search Platform (ESP) to power its search engine, HURISEARCH. HURIDOCS is a non-profit organization devoted to human rights and the dissemination of human rights information.
1. Use .gifs rather than .jpgs. GIFs are smaller in size when compared to JPGs.
One of the fastest ways to attract more subscribers for your mailing list is to collect names by giving away ecourses.
1) Product Discounts
You could offer your visitors a discount on all the products you sell if they subscribe to your free e-zine. For example, you could say, “Subscribe to our free e-zine and get 50% off all our products!” Another example, “Subscribe to our free e-zine and get $8 off our brand new e-book!”
Heavy graphics cost you money and traffic. They cost you money because heavy graphics require both significant storage space and bandwidth. Since your web host will usually give you a limited amount of storage space and a maximum data transfer allowance, heavy graphics can cause you to exceed those limits, in which case you’ll have to pay extra.
Commit to following these five strategies for a month, and you’ll be more productive — that’s a promise.
Note: although my strategies are geared to writers, they will work for you no matter what your work happens to be.
Most people want to make money faster than the speed of light. While there’s nothing wrong with this approach, however, the path followed to make instant cyber-buck$ is usually *flawed* in most of the cases. That’s why most people find it difficult to make a living online, and hence give up their dreams.
It occurred to me the other day, that so many people today liken their businesses to the way they eat – fast. Think about it. All over the web we are inundated with… make $1000’s of dollars a day, make $10,000 a month, make a million by the end of the year. Everyone is looking for the magic formula or the magic bullet to get rich quick…fast. They want their business to succeed in the time it takes to get their hamburger or chicken sandwich. No wait, no delay of gratification. I want it now, and I want it without having to work at it. I want to sit back and rake in the dollars, my way.
1) Use The Stunning “Avalanche Iceman Technique” When Creating Headlines!
If you’re looking for a quick and easy way to make profits from your business, think joint venture.
The beauty of a joint venture is that no matter how much or how little traffic you are currently receiving at your site, this marketing technique can explode your traffic and profits.
Commit to following these five strategies for a month, and you’ll
be more productive — that’s a promise.
There have been a lot of changes on the search engine front in the past year. So many that it’s hard to keep track of who’s still a major player and who isn’t in the search engine game. With so many turning to “Pay for Submission and Pay per Click” models, there aren’t a lot left that still accept free submissions. And of those that do,it’s hard to tell exactly which ones are worth your time.
Let’s review the list to see who’s still standing, who’s charging and who isn’t:
1) Showoff Well Known People
You could publish a list of well known, famous, or respected people who have subscribed to your free e-zine. For example, you could say, “Just look at who else is subscribed!” Another example, “Look at all the experts who have subscribed to our e-zine!”