All Posts Tagged Tag: ‘Publisher’
Since admitting under oath to using the “N word,” celebrity chef Paula Deen has been losing sponsorships and business partnerships seemingly every day for the past week. Smithfield Foods dropped Deen as the face of Smithfield Hams shortly after the Food Network severed its ties to the southern chef. Walmart soon followed suit, and on Friday retailers including Sears, Walgreens, …
The Yahoo Publisher Network is having problems, and in an online world where things often resolve themselves in a matter of minutes, Yahoo has said, “We are actively addressing the issue and expect improvements by next week.” Hey, Sunday morning’s only 80 or so hours away!
When I first learned of this development, I was led to believe that it involved over 1,200 newspapers. It doesn’t – the deal actually affects less than 300. But that’s still noteworthy, and so, without further ado, I’d like to inform you that Yahoo HotJobs and GateHouse Media have forged a partnership.
Joe Wikert, who works at Wiley (he’s an executive there) which is one of the world’s oldest (and biggest) book publishing companies asks some harsh questions about Microsoft’s search strategy.
The Association of American Publishers and the Authors Guild is none too happy with Google’s plan to indiscriminately scan, index, and allow the searching of millions of books from libraries the world over and Microsoft is capitalizing on this rare chink in Google’s armor.
Copyrighters are claiming infringement because Google is making advertising revenue from the results of book searches in the Google Book Search system. Here are all of Google’s arguments that I found:
I don’t agree with his position, but Steve Forbes makes some good points against Network Neutrality on PodTech.net today. Catherine Girardeau (who’ll be my coworker at PodTech starting on July 6) did an awesome job interviewing Steve.
Have you ever wished for someone to come along and compete with “Google’s Adsense Program”? With the launch of “Yahoo’s Publisher Network”(YPN) you could say that some wishes really do come true.
The Association of American Publishers (AAP) joins the lawsuit frenzy over Google’s Print for Libraries project today after Google “flatly rejected” the association’s proposal that the search engine utilize the ISBN (International Standard Book Number) to identify works in copyright.
While advertising dollars spent in cyberspace is on the rise, the overall slice of the pie is smaller than what many may suspect. In fact, one source says Internet advertising is a decade of steady growth away from overtaking newspapers. For the optimistic advertiser, this means there’s lots of room to grow.
Jen has news of a new feature on the Yahoo Publishers Network – ad category targeting – which allows publishers to assign categories of ads to their website.
I thought Jen at Jensense was very quiet about Yahoo’s Publishing Network Launch and suspected she must have had the inside word and now it’s clear she did as she’s announced she’s part of YPN’s beta test.
Another group is not satisfied with Google’s effort to digitize books for their Google Print for Libraries and has joined in the voices asking them to cease these activities.
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.
All well known experts have agreed that informational products especially eBooks are without any doubt the number one home based business opportunity. They are much easier to create than one may think. Everyone can create an ebook and make big profit from selling it online. Here are some of the benefits of being an ebook writer and publisher:
Have you ever heard the saying, “Give and you shall receive”? Well, with information publishing, this saying is one of the most important you will ever hear. Let me explain:
Affiliate University – How to Succeed as a Publisher Online Is Contextual Advertising About to Rock your World Wide Web?
The role of a trusted third party to handle the complexities of affiliate marketing is a hotly contested market niche on the web. The players range from very large and complex (like LinkShare and beFree) to small programs for small business like MyAffiliateProgram.com & even affiliate tracking built into simple shopping cart software such as 1ShoppingCart.com.
If you write and publish eBooks, sooner or later you will probably be faced with a dilemma – should you create your eBooks as .exe files or .pdf files?
While traditional marketing can work for the book author or publisher, the return is dim for the huge effort it takes. You must pitch relentlessly and constantly to even get a milligram of attention. While you may have a success or two, most of your efforts will bring poor book sales. Ask yourself right now, what is working for me? What is not?