Category Archives: Marketing

Social Networking 3.0

Very interesting podcast about the future of Social Networking. Introduced by AlwaysOn founder Tony Perkins, this panel discussion considers the new opportunities related to the social networking space. Panelists include moderator Charlene Li, Senior Analyst, Forrester Research; Travis Katz, SVP, MySpace International; Dustin Moskovitz, Co-Founder, Facebook; Rich Rosenblatt, CEO, Demand Media; Gina Bianchini, CEO, Ning;… Read More »

Adobe Exceeds Profit Expectations

Adobe Systems, the world’s largest maker of design software, reported quarterly results and targets ahead of Wall Street expectations on strong sales of its updated suite of products. Net income for the fiscal third quarter ended Aug. 31 rose to $205.2 million, or 34 cents a diluted share, compared with $94.4 million, or 16 cents… Read More »

My First Google Check

At the beginning of this week, I’ve received my first check from Google for using Adsense. Since the start of this year I’ve been using it, to see if it could pay my hosting. I nearly have my hosting completly paid by Adsense, what surprised me is the difference between Adsense and Adwords (that I… Read More »

Thinking about getting an iPhone? — Say Hello to iPoor!

Bright idea from Steve Nojobs against buying an iPhone: Think again. With iPoor on the scene, buying an iPhone is almost a humanitarian crime against yourself. Do you really want the iPhone’s sexy, metallic body when you can have colorful plastic? Here’s more reason to make your next purchase an iPoor. It’s Beautiful The iPoor… Read More »

Viewing American class divisions through Facebook and MySpace

[Via: le monde]¨ Just a quick link to an interesting study from danah boyd about class divisions through Facebook and MySpace. MySpace is still home for Latino/Hispanic teens, immigrant teens, “burnouts,” “alternative kids,” “art fags,” punks, emos, goths, gangstas, queer kids, and other kids who didn’t play into the dominant high school popularity paradigm. These… Read More »

Structural Web Marketing: free E-Book

Nearly one month ago, I had my public presentation of my Licence. I promised you to put it online, now it’s done. It was about structural web marketing or how using fundamentals structures from Internet and web-marketing methods to promulgate the popularity of a website for the distribution of a mobile application (FoxyTag). I will,… Read More »

The Fundamentals of Search Engines

I finaly had the time to put online one chapter of my licence: The Fundamentals of Search Engines. It’s a very basic explaination of how a search engines works and how we can use the tools of those search engines to understand how they work. In this case it’s mostly about Google. I will slowly… Read More »

Structural Web Marketing

Monday the 16 April I will make my presentation of my work to obtain my master in information systems and communication. The paper is about “structural web marketing” and study the web marketing from a structural way. It differ from search engines optimization but I also study it. So if you are in Geneva and… Read More »

110 000 downloads of the Apollo runtime

Great news coming from Ryan Stewart blog’s on Zdnet.He asked to Mike Chambers about the number of downloaded Apollo runtime. Answer 110’000 🙂 In terms of penetration of an alpha runtime I guess it’s a quite good results. Even if I’m sure that the cool tools build by the community will make this number increase… Read More »

Explore the connections between related websites

It’s not often that I talk about Java app but this time I found one really interesting for illustrating a presentation I’ll be doing. Touchgraph help you to visualize the connection between related websites. In clear and from their website: TouchGraph’s innovative clustering algorithms automatically reveal the categories within the networked structure. The TouchGraph Google… Read More »