So what’s next? Yahoo recommending SEO firms? Where do I sign-up?
Elizabeth Albrycht ask the question…
Does this consumer commentary represent a safety valve, allowing them (us) to blow off steam, ease frustration etc. with little real expectation that something will change, that their problem will be solved? Or do consumers truly expect real change to occur or real action to be taken?
I personally don’t think a business can ignore even a single negative blog post. They don’t always have to respond either, but they sure need to keep an eye on it to ensure that single voice doesn’t become a choir.
What the heck is “authentic media”?
Seriously, what does that phrase conjure-up in your mind. I’ll guarantee that until you read below, your interpretation of the above phrase will be different from the guy next to you.
“Authentic media” is the cute name that many bloggers are trying to convince us is a better alternative to “consumer generated media” or “user generated media”. What’s wrong with “consumer generated media”? It does exactly what it says on the tin!
I don’t like “authentic media” at all. And do we think we’re going to get much help from the already labelled “mainstream media”? Don’t you think they might want to lay claim to the “authentic” prefix?
Fortune Interactive continues to grow at a great pace. We’re now six months into this and already have 20 employees and a growing client list – I can’t reveal client numbers but it’s more than our employee-count but less than 1400
If you’re interested in working at a company that’s shaking-up the industry with SEMlogic and “white-glove” service, email me your resume and cover letter.
The Indian army is a little freaked-out that Google Earth shows satellite images of their strategic installations.
Of course, governments around the world didn’t already have access to these images until Google Earth.
UPDATE: The Indian military didn’t consider this much of a threat back in October.
An Indian Navy source said the pictures in themselves â€œdo not pose a serious threat to security.â€?
Another army officer, who wished to remain unidentified, agreed.
â€œEveryone knows where the (Indian) presidentâ€™s palace is, everyone knows how many rooms it has â€” these details are there in school books. As for the location, there is no mystery about that either.â€?
Yahoo wants to help any small business affected by Hurricane Katrina and is offering a free seminar on April 7th in New Orleans.
From the seminar site…
Yahoo! employees from around the country will be on hand to get your business set up online. You’ll be eligible for up to $1500 worth of free online services. We’ll help you create a web site, build e-commerce offerings, and launch search advertising programs to promote your products and services on the Web. Yahoo! co-founder and Louisiana native Dave Filo will be in attendance to show his support.
Despite most companies’ efforts to ensure their ads are not run alongside inappropriate content, the WSJ reports many advertisers are seeing their ads appearing in unexpected places.
Industry experts say that some Web sites sign up to carry ads using an innocuous name for their site but then place the ads on another more risquÃ© Web site that draws more traffic. Because Web sites earn money based on the number of people who view the ad, a racy Web site with more viewers can mean higher revenue.
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