Posts Tagged ‘News’

News Roundtable with Marshall Kirkpatrick – TWiST #188

Join our new mailing list and be the first to learn about upcoming guests! Go to thisweekin.com/email. 0:00-1:00 Welcome to the TWiST News Roundtable. 1:00-3:30 Today we’re with Marshall Kirkpatrick of ReadWriteWeb. 3:30-4:30 Marshall, if you could give us one year of your life to give Steve Jobs five, would you do it? 4:30-7:00 Lon, what about you? 7:00-9:00 Thank you to MailChimp for sponsoring the show. Check them out at Mailchimp.com. 9:00-10:00 This week’s top story is that Twitter has introduced an analytics platform. How effective do you think this will be for publishers? 11:30-14:00 Are the analytics paid or free? 14:00-16:45 Marshall, what are your thoughts on the board shake up? 16:45-21:30 Yahoo, AOL and Microsoft are banding together in an ad deal. What do you think, Marshall? 21:30-22:45 Doesn’t Flipboard seem a little busy? 22:45-25:00 Details have emerged about YouTube’s co-founders Chad Hurley and Steve Chen’s plans for Delicious. Will they be able to make it popular with the masses? 26:30-29:00 Marshall: What is about Pinterest that people like so much? 29:00-31:00 Jason: I could hire someone to put a kitten in their cleavage and have the most successful site on the Internet. 31:00-32:30 Thank you to Carbonite for sponsoring the show. 32:30-33:15 Google is reportedly going to launch a new service called Propellor that will be a Flipboard-like app. What does everyone think? 37:45-39:30 Jason: I found out about Scarlett Johansonn’s nude pictures from Ranker
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02 2013

seperia- search marketing news- August 2009

Yahoo says Bing it on! to Microsoft Can Facebook out-tweet Twitter? Cuil Crawling Social Networks
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01 2013

Google News | Google Looking to Hire Smartphone App Developers

The latest Google News from Weboptimiser… According to the Wall Street Journal, Google are looking to hire several developers to build mobile apps. This comes just a day or two since I have launched my first app, imacontacts which you can get from imahigh.com. Its currently a desktop app that I plan to make available on the Android platform very shortly. Apples App Store offers more than 350000 apps, whilst Google developers revealed last October that the Android Market contained just 100000. Yet despite this apparent shortfall, no pun intended Android has now become the leading smartphone platform worldwide. So it seems that Google is about to do something about it. Most of the 20 actual Google Apps out there are basically mobile versions of Google desktop applications. Most recently on Jan 26th Google launched a weather app. Android even have their own channel over at Youtube, its address is www.youtube.com For vodafone complaints – www.davidwhite.tv If you are watching this on Youtube, why not share, this video, leave a comment or subscribe. You see apps don’t just work on phones, like my app, they work on desktops and tablets too. Google has been making a big show of the Android 3.0, Honeycomb operating system designed from the ground up for devices with larger screen sizes, particularly tablets. So if you are looking to hire app developers give me a call and visit us over at Weboptimiser.com For more Google News please subscribe to our YouTubechannel. If you would
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01 2013

Google Adwords Booted Out For YouTube, Google Base & News

www.billmcintosh.com While researching Christmas shopping trends this season I ran across some Google search results that dramatically impact Google AdWords advertisers. If you do online marketing with PPC (pay per click) advertising You NEED to see this. Is it the future of Google? Tags: google, google adwords, ppc, pay per click, online advertising, internet marketing, seo, search engine optimization, adwords, universal search, onebox, one box

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11 2012

Webacom News: Episode 1 – Google Local Business Center (Overview and Tips for SEO)

Google Local Business Center will enable a business to be ranked in Google Maps for a local market. A great service to help your search, SEO, and overall marketing and advertising goals. Contact Webacom today for further information and account setup options (866-376-4240).

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11 2012

Facebook News | Bishops Royal Facebook Outburst

The latest Facebook News…. The Bishop of Willesden has been suspended indefinitely from his public duties following his surprising outburst on Facebook The Right Reverend Pete Broadbent, said the union between Prince William and Kate Middleton would last about seven years. Although ‘sorry’ for making “deeply offensive” comments on Facebook about the royal engagement He apologised for the remarks on Monday. When the news of the engagement broke, the bishop wrote: “We need a party in Calais for all good republicans who can’t stand the nauseating tosh that surrounds this event.” The Bishop criticised media coverage of the engagement as “fawning deferential nonsense” He said: “Marriages should be about family, not “some piece of national flim-flam paid for out of our taxes, for a couple whose lives are going to be persecuted and spoilt by an ignorant media”. He criticised the monarchy for a history of broken marriages and a “corrupt and sexist” hereditary principle, before going on to attack the “gutter press” for “persecuting” the Royal Family. In a statement published on Monday, Bishop Broadbent said he had conveyed his own “sincere regrets” to the couple and to Prince Charles and admitted he had been “unwise”. “I recognise that the tone of my language and the content of what I said were deeply offensive, and I apologise unreservedly for the hurt caused,” he said. “I accept that this was a major error of judgement on my part. I wish Prince William and Kate Middleton a

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10 2012

Internet News | First Data Protection Act fines issued by commissioner

The commissioner said the fines – the first he has issued – would “send a strong message” to those handling data. Commissioner Christopher Graham was granted the authority to serve financial penalties for data protection breaches in April of this year. he said “It is difficult to imagine information more sensitive than that relating to a child sex abuse case. I am concerned at this breach – not least because the local authority allowed it to happen twice within two weeks.” Hertfordshire County Council faxed details of a child sex abuse case to a member of the public is to be fined £100000 for breaching the Data Protection Act. A spokesman for Hertfordshire County Council said it accepted the commissioner’s findings. “We are sorry that these mistakes happened and have put processes in place to try and prevent any recurrence,” he added. Sheffield-based A4e was fined £60000 for losing an unencrypted laptop with the details of about 24000 people. The A4e data breach issued an unencrypted laptop to an employee to work at home. The computer contained personal information relating to 24000 people who had used community legal advice centres in Hull and Leicester. It was later stolen from the employee’s house and an unsuccessful attempt to access the data was made shortly afterwards. Personal details recorded on the system included names, dates of birth, postcodes, employment information, information about alleged criminal activity and whether an individual had been a victim of
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10 2012

Search Engine Marketing News | Ofcom Report

The latest Search Engine Marketing news… Ofcom tells us the UK lags on broadband and mobile according to it’s annual International Communications Market report Smart phones have some of the slowest data rates and Only a tiny percentage of UK homes have super-fast broadband compared to other nations, Ofcom reveals Less than 1% of UK homes have super-fast broadband, whereas nearly 30% of Japanese consumers have super fast connectivity. This is in the context of the UK having the highest growth in smartphone take-up, with a 70% rise in subscriber numbers in 2009. UK consumers are sophisticated smartphone users, being among the first to use mobile mapping and direction services. Ed Richards, chief executive of Ofcom said: “There has been a big change among mobile operators and an increasing consensus that UK consumers are early adopters and need lots of data. We are in a much better place than we were a year ago,” according to Mr Richards the UK’s roll-out plans are “most ambitious” The government is poised to announce large cash subsidies for firms who install high speed fibre to home networks. Whilst the speeds are being deployed more slowly, actual consumer take up is comparable to other leading countries and the UK leads when it comes to take-up of digital TV as i have forecast in the past. however internet-based TV services have failed to take off, largely due to the well-established pay TV market in the UK. The latest Internet News from Weboptimiser Ifyou would like
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09 2012

Technology News | Future Technologies Today | Streaming Holographic Images

Only in America does real life tend to emulate art. Since the Princess Leia character was magically projected in 3D during the original Star Wars film, people have wondered if such a technology might really be possible STREAMING HOLOGRAPHIC IMAGES A University of Arizona team says it has devised a system that can make a holographic display appear in another place and update it in near real-time. There appears to be huge potential. Imagine a very complicated surgical procedure – then with this system surgeons around the world could participate” We foresee many applications, for example in manufacturing,” said Professor Nasser Peyghambarian from Arizona’s College of Optical Sciences. “Car manufacturers or airplane manufacturers could look at holograms and design their systems in real time. They could look at 3D models and make changes as they go.” The system demonstrated this week is far from the finished product, but it gives a very strong hint of what might be achievable with further refinements. Let me explain how it works: Many different perspectives of the object or person are captured on a series of cameras arranged in a circle That information is simply sent across e net to conceivably be seen anywhere in the world A 3D holographic printing system receives the information and writes the images on toupdate screen. It updates a photosensitive polymer every two seconds; creating a changing hologram. No glasses are needed to see the images, merely some form of

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09 2012

Search Engine Marketing News | Meet Prezi, the new iPad app

Have you heard the latest Search Engine Marketing News? Have you seen or heard of Prezi? pee are eee zed eye .com. I heard about it first in Costa Rica a few weeks ago just before Christmas when I saw the presentation system in use, it’s great and works in surprising ways. Well now it is available as an iPad app. So now you can show stunning presentations from your tablet. Now I have to admit that I did buy the Keynote app and that is incredibly similar to PowerPoint – but it works on an iPad, whereas Prezi is just cool and radically different – and it works on an iPad… PREZI itself is a start up and it seems to be based in Hungary – it has already raised capital from the TED Conferences and Sunstone Capital. It counts Twitter co-founder Jack Dorsey amongst its advisers. People from the World Economic Forum, Stanford University, Facebook, IBM and Google are all said to be Prezi users, and you can count me on that list. So that is it, go over and check it out at prezi.com, if you make presentations, you will be glad you did. Formore Internet News please subscribe to our YouTube Channel! If you would like to get the latest on how to combine Search, Social Media and Video to get a 40% boost to your next film, event or album launch, get in touch here on YouTube or call us in the UK on +44 207 953 8304, we would love to discuss how we can help you and talk you through a number of our best and most recent case studies. Since before SEO became a recognised term, Weboptimiser

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09 2012


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