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 Random pictures of the wierd but beautiful building....

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News Cellar - Biz Models

Major Internet hubs see lesser influence

By ANICK JESDANUN, AP Internet WriterSun Oct 7, 2007 1:48 PM ET

The recent rush by major Internet portals to buy advertising companies and extend their sales networks is a sign that the business of being a one-stop shop for information and entertainment isn't what it used to be.

Gone are the days of emphasizing ways to attract and keep visitors — the way television networks long have operated — by creating destinations with anything people might need for work, leisure or companionship.

Instead, those companies are now more aggressively trying to follow Web surfers elsewhere — and bring lucrative advertising to them.

As people increasingly turn to blogs, social-networking sites and other sources of user-generated media, Google Inc., Yahoo Inc., Microsoft Corp. and Time Warner Inc.'s AOL have spent more than $10 billion collectively this year to acquire companies and technologies that help extend their online advertising networks.

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News Cellar - Startup / Entrepreneurship

SideStep acquires social networking site TripUp.com


Internet travel search company SideStep, Inc. has completed the acquisition of TripUp, Inc. (www.tripup.com), a social networking site dedicated to travel. - (7/10/2007)

The deal couples TripUp's community and social network with SideStep's dynamic, real-time access to the online travel information available. TripUp offers travelers the opportunity to link up with Trip Gurus for candid advice, meet up with fellow travelers, and hook up with locals and Trip Buddies.
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News Cellar - Startup / Entrepreneurship

ePrize and Entrepreneur Search for Small Business with Big Online Challenges

Posted : Mon, 02 Jul 2007 13:52:01 GMT

PLEASANT RIDGE, Mich., July 2 /PRNewswire/ -- ePrize and Entrepreneur magazine today launched the "Entrepreneur and Caffeine Marketing Jolt: Win an Online Marketing Makeover" contest. The winning business will have the opportunity to revamp its current online marketing strategy with the newest and best technology available. Companies can vie to win the makeover by visiting http://www.entrepreneur.com/marketingjolt and describing in no more than 200 words their biggest online marketing problems. The Entrepreneur and Caffeine Marketing Jolt contest is open to businesses of any size that have a Web site and runs through Aug. 31, 2007.


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    Even as announcements and media attention help increase awareness of Bitcoin among consumers, many struggle to understand why they should use it instead of another form of digital payment. Specifically, concerns around price volatility and security are keeping many potential users on the sidelines, according to a new eMarketer report.
  • Article: Millennials' Social Shares Don't Stop with the Post
    Millennials are more likely than the general population to share digital content via social, and their posts don't go unnoticed by peers. Nearly two-thirds of 18- to 34-year-olds are at least somewhat likely to make a purchase based on content shared by a friend on social. Among the population as a whole, social chatter is becoming more influential on purchasing and consumption decisions.
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    UK mother smartphone users turn to their phones most to text and access social media. Mobile instant messaging apps are also popular among mothers in the country, and those who use them are far and away most likely to use WhatsApp.
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    After an early phase of adoption led by top-earning consumers, smartphone uptake is finally spreading in Mexico. As a result, the overall smartphone user base will continue to expand at double-digit rates through 2018. Such fast-paced advanced mobile device uptake is fueling the popularity of over-the-top mobile messaging services, which 49.8 million consumers in Mexico will use this year.
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    The definition of real-time marketing continues to evolve, leaving marketers unsure just how swiftly they should be hooking into major cultural moments. In an interview with eMarketer, Joe McCaffrey, planning director and head of social at digital agency Huge, discusses real-time social marketing and attribution modeling.