Results for November 2006
  • Log Off: A Roundabout on the Superhighway
    Web 2.0 is a ripoff. There. I said it.
  • Behind the Numbers: The Inevitable Growth of Local
    When the back door gets stuck and you need to change the locks, chances are that you'll go online to find a locksmith - a local locksmith.
  • E-mail Focus: Thinking Outside the Inbox
    In a previous life, I was an e-mail marketer.
  • Sales Focus: Rep Firms Rule the Digital Roost
    Intensified demand for premium inventory on major portals and prime online destinations has caused CPMs to escalate.
  • Markets Focus: Paging the Household CEO
    Mothers are generally acknowledged as "CEOs of the household" by catchphrase-happy marketers, meaning that they're the ones responsible for the lion's share of purchasing decisions in the home.
  • Web U: Learn To Walk Before You Run
    To date, I've written articles about fancy redirects, advanced linking, complex site relaunches, and duplicate content management for "clever" (read: not so clever) server setups - all decent articles on good topics.
  • 5 Questions for Tony Quin, CEO, IQ Interactive
    Tony Quin is CEO of IQ Interactive, a full-service interactive agency that focuses on rich media and broadband marketing.
  • Blog Ads on the Go
    Video blogging via wireless phones isn't news. Still images, video, sound, and even virtual experiences can be posted online from even the most basic cell phones.
  • Short-Code Search
    Mobile devices have plenty of users and an increasing array of content to keep them informed and entertained.
  • Ads, Meet Tunes
    People speculate about video being the killer app for mobile, but the fact is, people use their cell phones first and foremost not for viewing or even texting, but for listening.
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