Posts Tagged ‘Internet Marketing’

10 Ways to Get the Most Out of Technology

Your gadgets and computers, your software and sites — they are not working as well as they should. You need to make some tweaks.

But the tech industry has given you the impression that making adjustments is difficult and time-consuming. It is not…..Full story here

Motorola Xoom tablet has a barometer to forecast weather, delight meteorologists

The Motorola Xoom tablet, unveiled last week at the Consumer Electronics Show in Las Vegas, has a few features not seen on many other tablets — no buttons, 4G capabilities and even a barometer.

The barometer, which measures atmospheric pressure and can help forecast the weather, is a unique inclusion and might make the Xoom the tablet of choice for meteorologists…..Read more

Bump Technologies Expands and Raises Money

Bump Technologies makes an app that lets people bump their phones together to exchange things like business cards, photos and even money.

On Tuesday, Bump will announce that it has raised $16.5 million in venture capital. The firm Andreessen Horowitz is Bump’s newest investor, and its previous investors, including Sequoia Capital and Ron Conway, also contributed…..Read Full Story

The Five Best Work-at-Home Businesses

Determining the best work-at-home business, in many ways, depends on your personal experience. Of all of the home-based business opportunities available, there are five that just about anyone can consider….Know more

Eye-Catching Products in a Hall of Gadgetry

The throngs at this year’s Consumer Electronics Show, which ended Sunday, jammed this city’s streets, hotels and cellular networks. At times it seemed it might have been easier to stay at home and read about it on the Web. But that might have meant missing out on an unexpected discovery or the buzz of something big. Technology editors and reporters of The New York Times who attended share snippets from their notebooks below….Complete Story here

Why Real-Time Marketing Matters Now

For more than a year now, the Trendrr Chart of the Week on AdAge.com has served as a fascinating barometer of the real-time information economy. The chart, which runs most Wednesdays (and which, speaking of charts, invariably lands in the AdAge.com “Most Read” Top 5), utilizes data from Trendrr, a digital- and social-media tracking service. I’ve used it to parse all manner of trending memes in the entertainment/media/tech brand space, from Apple (“A Close Look at Apple’s Latest Astonishing Twitter Takeover”) to “Inception” (“How ‘Inception’ Became the New World Cup”) to Foursquare (“The Consumer as Waldo: Foursquare, Twitter and Facebook Care Where You Are; Do You?”) to a certain unavoidable Canadian crooner (“Behold — and Fear! — the Awesome Social-Media Power of Justin Bieber Beliebers!”)….Read Full Story

Internet Promotion – Advantages and Disadvantages

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The emergence of globalised trade, increase in foreign investment and cross-border transactions have put many small businesses under pressure to find innovative ways to continue to market their products and services. This is especially difficult given that they often operate on tight marketing budgets…..Read more

How to make money on your news content website

This article is designed to help journalists learn how to make extra money, or even a full-time wage, by publishing independently online. It is not intended to provide an online revenue model for established news organizations. Heck, they’ve got business managers. They shouldn’t need a wiki to show them what to do….Read more

9 Ways To Save Money While Shopping Online

Online shopping has become extremely popular and efficient; however saving while shopping online is important because of the wide array of choices and websites available on the Internet…..Read full story at

The New Reality of Mobile

We’re all trying to “figure it out” – i.e., create a competitive advantage and valuable customer experience via the mobile channel. Naturally, we turn to 19th century philosopher George Santayana, best known for the quote, “Those who cannot remember the past are condemned to repeat it.”

While we have seen the pitfalls of applying too literally the principles of one medium to another – brochure-ware websites, direct marketing-based e-mail programs – there are lessons to port over….Read more

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  • Little Box Challenge opens for submissions July 22, 2014
    These days, if you’re an engineer, inventor or just a tinkerer with a garage, you don’t have to look far for a juicy opportunity: there are cash prize challenges dedicated to landing on the moon, building a self-driving car, cleaning the oceans, or inventing an extra-clever robot. Today, together with the IEEE, we’re adding one more: shrinking a big box into […]
  • Through the Google lens: search trends July 11-17 July 18, 2014
    The World Cup is over and order has finally been restored to the universe. Now that football mania is behind us, searchers are getting the latest info about the world off the pitch. From Tesla announcing their cheapest car ever, the $35,000 Model 3 (OK, so “cheap” is relative) to the tragic events surrounding Malaysia Airlines Flight 17, read on to see what […]
  • America's businesses are using the web to grow July 17, 2014
    Over the past few months, we’ve had the chance to talk to businesses all over the country and hear stories of how they’ve become successful. For many, it’s pretty simple: the Internet. The web is helping businesses and communities across the U.S. to grow and succeed. In fact, last year Google’s search and advertising tools helped provide $111 billion of econ […]
  • From superheroes to the battle of the battles—the World Cup through search July 15, 2014
    Yesterday, Germany won their fourth world championship, and, over the course of the last month, the world watched them do it—in Brazil, in bars and living rooms around the world, on their phones and laptops and tablets. This World Cup was the most digital, most connected, and most searched global event we've seen to date. There were more than 2.1 billio […]

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