1. JupiterResearch reports 63% of large companies plan to use RSS to syndicate content by the end of the year (compared to just 29% currently).
2. eROI reports increased click-thru rates for email during Q1, compared to a decrease in Q4 of 2005. Weekend open rates saw the biggest improvement.
Any how, I’ve added a status bar to the right navigation menu and my Skype name is “andybeal” and my Skype number is “919-647-9655″. This is mostly so Richard Branson knows how to reach me – oh, but I guess others can use it too.
Free calls, from my computer? Got to be worth trying! Well, at least until I get round to testing AOL’s new phone service.
I just got done chatting to Eric Mattson of MarketingMonger about FI, our technology, blogging, reputation monitoring and much more.
PS. Kudos to Eric. What a great way to get 1,000 inbound links. Simply interview 1,000 bloggers – we all love to be heard and you know we’ll link to the audio. Got to be easier than begging for links.
I’ve always said that Alexa data is a nice tool, but doesn’t give any serious data that can be relied on.
Matt Cutts comes to the same conclusion, after Alexa suggested his blog’s traffic gets 25% the level of Ask.com – yeah, right.
…there is some serious webmaster skew in the Alexa data. There is no way that I have 1/4th the daily reach of Ask. I think my site gets a little boost because tons of SEOs install the Alexa toolbar.
CNET has details of Google’s changes to their Google Video service, in an apparent effort to better compete with the popular YouTube.
Now people who want to post their video clips can do so through a Web-based system without having to use special software. They also can view the clips instantly, said Peter Chane, product manager for Google Video.
The site called AOL UnCut, which has thousands of beta users, will officially launch “end of June or beginning of July,” the company said.
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