Welcome to the kick-off interview of Industry Insiders! As much as I’m getting to know more people through Twitter, I’ve found that because we all have our own lives and only communicate in 140 character tweets, or when possible, at conferences, that there’s really so much yet to learn. So it’s my hope that through […]
Entrepreneur or SMB marketer drawing up an advertising budget for 2010? Try this massive list of over 30 ad networks I’ve compiled while browsing around the web. I’ve tried to focus on those that are SMB friendly with self-serve platforms. I’ve ignored CPA networks and tried to eliminate advertising aggregators, and the search engines. Particular […]
This past summer I wrote about how Yahoo was going to finally shut down Geocities this fall. That day is finally here, and the internet will never be the same. Life will go on, of course, but early web adopters will no longer be able to amuse themselves by looking back at their earliest web […]
I just snagged the Flickr iPhone from the iTunes App Store and after a few minutes of tinkering with the app, I would have to say that it’s pretty good. It’s not really a feature-rich iPhone but it certainly gives you all the basic functionality that you’ll need to access Flickr on your mighty iPhone.
SheSpeaks.com conducted a great survey of women’s online and computer habits, and published the results in a comprehensive 65-page document. It’s a fascinating study that looks mainly at women’s social habits online, and most definitely has implications for online marketing. Looking at the results of this study can help you tailor your marketing campaigns to […]
With Firefox 3.5 already at its 14 million downloads, and both Safari and Chrome gaining significant download numbers as well, it looks like Microsoft has to make some more campaign for IE8. Reporting on a StatCounter browser market share statistics, TechCrunch is reporting that the combined numbers of all IE versions except IE8 have significantly […]
Creating new landing pages for testing is getting cheaper. And scalable. So there are fewer and fewer reasons for SMBs not to be testing their landing pages and sites to optimize conversion rates. Testing landing pages has long been a preoccupation of mine, particularly because of the traditionally prohibitive costs. Even if you use a […]
With Google Chrome threatening its dominance in the browser arena, Firefox certainly has got many things to consider to prevent Google’s browser from inching in closer in terms of popularity and user base. At the rate things, it seems like the Firefox folks have done their job as they are releasing Firefox 3.5. But you’ve […]
Firefox 3.6, otherwise known as Firefox.next, is about to be released pretty soon. And one of its most interesting feature would be a self-profiling web tool that will allow user to see their browsing habits profile. The new Firefox feature which is tentatively known as about:me, will give relevant user information such as most […]
Inside AdSense Blog has just announced that Publisher Center is now integrated with Google Ad Planner. Actually 3 of Google’s Official Blog, Inside AdSense, Inside AdWords and Google Analytics Blog are announcing this new feature. This is so because interested readers of these three blogs will be affected by the new feature.