News Cellar - Web 2.0

Study: Web-based instant messaging is growing fast

By Caroline McCarthy – July 26, 2007, 10:47 AM PDT

Who needs downloads? Not instant-messaging fans, apparently, according to Nielsen NetRatings. The online division of the legendary statistics-crunching company just released a study that tracks the fastest-growing instant-messaging software products from August 2006 to June 2007, and the results indicate that Web-based is the way to go.

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News Cellar - Startup / Entrepreneurship

How to think like an entrepreneur in all areas of life

Sunday, January 04, 2009

Is becoming an entrepreneur on your list of New Year's resolutions? "Life Entrepreneurs," a new book by Christopher Gergen and Gregg Vanourek, argues that the concept isn't limited to your career — it's about creating the complete life that you want.

The book takes readers through a process of getting in touch with their core identity, creating their vision for their lives and making that vision a reality. It features interviews with 55 entrepreneurs from a variety of fields about how they created work that they love, that serves others and that aligns with their values. It's all about an "electric attitude of what's possible," says Vanourek, who talked with us by phone last month. He is a founding partner of New Mountain Ventures, an entrepreneurial leadership development company. This is the first installment of a two-part column featuring excerpts of our conversation (edited for length and clarity). This week, Vanourek talks about having an entrepreneurial mind-set even in a tough economy.
News Cellar - Startup / Entrepreneurship

Entrepreneur launches online grocery service

By St. Petersberg Times staff
Sunday, May 25, 2008

Entrepreneur launches online grocery service

Florida grocers were unable to turn a profit from online supermarkets, but Pinellas County has a new online grocery delivery service that's giving the tricky business a shot.

Madeira Beach entrepreneur Martin Jordanov has launched the Pinellas and Hillsborough franchise of .

His Marto International is part of a national franchise that offers customers a way to send in an online shopping list for the retailer of their choice.

The service doesn't show prices. An order costs $15 a delivery with discounts rising with order size.

So far Jordanov is doing the shopping and delivering orders himself.

News Cellar - Marketing streaming statistics

Posted by ZDNet Research @ 12:30 am
In July, more than 63 mln people (age 15+) worldwide visited, 16 mln of whom came from the US On a daily basis, the site attracted an average of 6.2 mln visitors worldwide, with 1.6 mln residing in the US The site also ranked as the 17th most visited property worldwide during the month. In July 2006, YouTube served nearly 3 bln video streams worldwide, with slightly less than 25% of the total activity streamed to US locations. On an average daily basis for the month, 96 mln streams were served worldwide, and 21 mln in the US.
YouTube statistics in July 2006
Unique audience, 000 Streams initiated, mln,
Monthly Daily Monthly Daily
US 16,080 1,586 649 21
Worldwide 63,411 6,205 2,975 96
Source: comScore
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