Remember that article from last month, encouraging you to start paying attention to MSN Live Search? Well the results from August are in and they’re not pretty.
You may recall our very extensive walkthrough and review of the Netscape Navigator 9.0 social browser. Today we look at a social browsing project of a different sort, and this time directly integrated into Firefox.
I have to admit, reading the New York Times’ recent commentary on how word-of-mouth is the future, caught me a little off-guard. Discussing the future of the music business, and the online business model in general, the article argues that Facebook may not last much longer and that word-of-mouth is the future.
A few days ago, I got a couple of invites to a new social networking site, Quechup, from a friend of mine. While ordinarily I would’ve signed up for the site (just to see what the fuss was about and perhaps to write about it), this time I found my friend online and asked him if it was worth joining.
Yuwie is a relatively new social networking site and has really taken off. The site doesn’t differentiate itself with the features it offers or the market that it trying to capture. On the contrary, Yuwie differentiates itself by paying its members for using the site for every action they take on the site, and even the actions resulting from them.
I’m sure most of you heard about the $200 iPhone price cut that Apple announced yesterday and the sound of hundreds of thousands of early-adopters scream. Here’s a look at the ensuing battle of the Google Search Ads that resulted from Apple’s move. And why television and print advertising is a thing of the past.
It’s true that a majority of blogs based out of the U.S., U.K., and Canada have a predominantly English-speaking audience but they also have around 20% of their traffic coming from non-English-speaking countries. Here’s how to increase that 20% figure and further capitalize on the international audience in two easy steps.
While other social networking sites, and especially MySpace’s biggest competitor, Facebook, are trying to expand into the professional networking space, the social networking leader is moving in a different direction. Do they know something the others don’t or are they just sadly misguided? Let’s find out.