Customers have always been core to companies’ existence. An obvious statement for sure. Customers are the source of cash flow, and have historically been thought of in marketing and transactional contexts.
But in recent years, we’ve...»
Last week I asked if Google's opposition to the Chinese government might affect its other business interests in China, and elsewhere. It's already happening. Michael Wines and Jonathan Ansfield reported in today's New York Times: After China...»
Hayes Davis (and Jenn) are working this year on a project called CheapTweet (and a site called TweetReach). The big news from Austin was the launch of CheapTweet 2.0.
The site just went...»
One of my favorite entrepreneurs is Barak Hachamov, co-founder of My6Sense, the developer of a very interesting iPhone application that manages your content feeds, feeding you only the content that matters to you. It's a great...»
The Austin-American Statesmans’ Texas Social Media Awards and Transitioning from Heritage Media to New Media [#TSMA, #SxSWi]| March 21st
The past few years have seen the social web truly take off. Activity streams are replacing email and conversations are happening all the time, all across the internet. People are now more connected, more informed, more...»
Robert Andrews is puzzled. Why Are Russians Spending Like Mad To Save Journalism? He writes:
The latest - after last year buying France-Soir, the country’s smallest daily, for €50 million, shipbuilder’s son Alexander Pugachyov is now spending...»
I recently wrote about Twitter's business model as ultimately enveloping ever greater parts of its developer community. [Twitter Is The Black Hole Of The Twitterverse...]
After all, why leave money on the table? Why...»
Updated with full video - see below. Welcome to NewsDesk on SiliconANGLE TV for Tuesday July 9, 2013. Is the current educational model broken and does technology hold the solution to mending it? Joining us now to...»