All Posts Tagged Tag: ‘Internet’
Since I graduated from college in 1999, each of the four companies I’ve worked for has been an online business.
This morning on Memeorandum there are dozens of bloggers reacting to a New York Times article about IE 7.
Pull Average Joe to the side (the next time you see him at the pub or wherever Joe haunts these days) and float the phrase “Network Neutrality” by him; if for nothing else, to watch the blankness wash over him. He has little use for the phrase, though it has the potential to affect him greatly.
As the Internet grows to become the default source of information for millions of Americans, 45% of Internet users, or 60 million Americans, say that the World Wide Web played a major role in major decision-making in the past two years, says Pew Internet and American Life Project.
The packaged-goods world of products from macaroni and cheese to cereals to cake mixes and beyond has been dominated by powerful corporations with a lot to spend on advertising; they have begun to shift more of those dollars to online advertising in greater amounts.
Some interesting numbers out of Internet research thinktank, ComScore media metrix …
Starting a small business or working from home takes time and costs money. After you have done all the groundwork, such as a business plan, marketing strategy and finances, you will probably start thinking about the cost of PCs and software licenses.
Now that I’m not working for an arch-rival, I feel more inclined to link to iProspect’s studies.
The Internet is Europe’s fastest growing media and EU women are on pace to overtake men as the most active online consumer. Over the past three years, the amount of time spent online by women has grown by 63%, compared to a growth rate of 54% for men, according to EIAA Mediascope Europe.