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Recently, there have been rumblings about upcoming changes in the AdWords presentation format. There are reports and examples of structural alterations in AdWords placements, as well as upcoming changes in the way people view Google’s advertisements.
Activision announced record financial results for the third quarter and nine months ended December 31, 2004.
If you advertise in anyway, the following information could show you how to find and utilize untold advertising dollars you may not be aware of.
Infonetics Reports that Juniper Networks Has 57 Percent of the SSL VPN Market; Leads in Intrusion Detection and Prevention Unit Shipments.
In the second quarter of 2004, Sun Microsystems achieved significant revenue and volume growth in almost every category.
Cisco is Now Number-4 Voice Vendor Worldwide; Only Vendor to Realize Revenue Market Share Gains Calendar Q2 2004, According to Synergy Research.
Banner-alike real-time auctioning Web Services can be easily incorporated into websites – just like a regular banner.
Mike Giles, previously of Vitria.com, has created a site/utility that takes bookmarking websites to a whole new level, the level of personalization. As the search industry and the web as a whole moves towards personalization, Furl is offering a web application that has the idea of a personalized web at heart.
MapQuest called recently to talk about the new MapQuest Advantage API that they’re licensing. Craig Barton, Director of Product Management for MapQuest Business Solutions, shared some interesting current uses of the MapQuest API, as well as a tanalizing glimpse into the future of maps and marketing.
One of the chapters in my new book “Think and Sell Like a CEO” (Entrepreneur Press September 2002), is on the topic of Negotiating. I think it might be a good idea to share with you some of the most advanced tactics that I’ve ever seen for the all important task of getting what you deserve (or, giving up as little as possible). Here’s a glimpse of what I’ve learned so far from the people whom I considered to be the wisest, most experienced people. Not too surprising, I imagine. Let’s look at the most profound yet subtle traits for wise negotiating as practiced at the top.
As a sales and marketing consultant who specializes in sales leads, I’ve had the opportunity to personally review dozens of research studies about inquiries or sales leads. All the research points to the same conclusions:
Chapter 1: Select your partners carefully
1. Choose the right affiliate programs:
An affiliate agreement is a business relationship between the merchant of a product or service and a website owner who promotes the merchant’s offerings.
The challenges of the small business owner are well documented. They must battle for market share against larger competitors, run all aspects of their business, and even pay higher rates for advertising and other marketing related expenses. Small businesses generally do not qualify for volume discounts when it comes to buying advertising space or marketing materials, and thus they end up paying higher rates for the same ad space or marketing materials purchased by their corporate counterparts.
Sometimes, finding the right product or service to make your own is to find someone else’s version of the same product or service and discovering ways to deliver it in a different way.
Someone once told me that I could not make it in a business because there were already people in that particular business!
The thought struck me as stupid. That is why we have other restaurants right. It was not enough to put a McDonalds in town, we also had to build a Burger King, Wendy’s, Carl’s Junior, Braums, Sonic and several more all of the local variety. All of them offer us hamburgers, so why do we need more than one of them?
There are lots of ways to make the Internet work for you. Although selling a product online is the most obvious business model, it certainly isn’t the only way.