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AIM preferred to Nasdaq on SOX concerns

2006

Is London’s Alternative Investment Market (AIM) the new Nasdaq? This is the question being asked in the US by VC’s such as Charley Lax, of GrandBanks Capital. The figures speak for themselves....

Google launches Google Checkout, not GBuy

2006

GBuy is here, only it is called Google Checkout and despite the chief doers of no evil claiming that it “isn’t like PayPal at all”, it is, erm, rather like PayPal, in that merchants use it to...

YouTube and NBC jump into bed together

2006

YouTube has settled a six-month dispute with NBC, after the TV network decided to relax and climb into bed with the video-sharing behemoth. The turnaround is unbelievable, and a huge positive for...

BBC to roll-out ads on websites

2006

The BBC looks all set to introduce “low-key” advertising on its BBC Worldwide websites within a year, with a final decision on the matter due in the autumn after a further round of consumer...

Fans and bands collide - grassroots lessons

2006

Want another example of how your customers can communicate your message for you? Check out upcoming new Australian band Wolfmother, which is asking fans to snap and send mobile video clips that...

“One Word Equity” – what is Saatchi on about?

2006

Last week Maurice Saatchi did an interview with the FT talking about the “strange death of modern advertising”. According to Maurice “Sometimes I feel as though I am standing at the graveside of a...

IAB's new research initiative misses the point

2006

The Internet Advertising Bureau (IAB) has launched its latest initiative to understand more about the online behaviour, in a bid to provide advertisers with “a holistic understanding of what, where...

The business case for site search

2006

In 2004 we discovered that half of all onsite searches returned no results, despite the fact that products were actually available and could be found by clicking navigation links. What did this...

Web 2.0 is changing the content battlefield

2006

It used to be that there was this top down content pyramid in operation (operated by traditional media and the big online players), where the quantity and quality of news / content was controlled...

Web 2.0 startups in the UK – questions to consider

2006

There’s a pretty great post on Particletree about the kind of questions VCs ask when you’re doing a startup, so I thought I’d highlight them here as there seems to be a profound lack of 'noisy'...

Bill Gates to quit full-time Microsoft role in 2008

2006

Bill Gates is stepping down from his full-time role as Microsoft’s Chief Software Architect in July 2008, when he will hand over the baton to right-hand man and current CTO Ray Ozzie. Gates will...

RSS strategy - full-text vs partial-text, round 2

2006

In an article about RSS earlier this week I explained that there is no single rule of thumb when it comes to your RSS strategy. A number of experts have suggested that the only sensible way to...

Starting out with an RSS strategy

2006

RSS is an alien concept to many marketers, so RSS strategy is pretty much off the radar for the vast majority. The trouble is, there are mixed messages being sent out by the experts, so it is hard...

Digg.com to broaden scope, redesign in the works

2006

Digg.com founder Kevin Rose has unveiled plans to expand the social news aggregator into other vertical sectors, such as politics and entertainment. Kevin explained to attendees at a recent eBay...

Scoble leaves Microsoft, joins Valley startup

2006

Robert Scoble, aka The Best Known Corporate Blogger In The World, has decided it is time to quit the day job by leaving Microsoft to join a Valley-based startup called PodTech.net.

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