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Monthly Archives: February 2011

TWEETS FOR BUSINESS SUCCESS

February 28, 2011


Who would have thought that a small online start-up like Twitter originally set up as a communication channel among individuals would be a worldwide phenomenon?  A hybrid between a social networking site and a micro-blogging forum, Twitter has become part … Continue reading

Top 10 Ingredients for a Successful Blog

February 25, 2011


Creating a successful blog is akin to cooking a gourmet meal.  One wrong step can prove disastrous.  However, if you use the ingredients in their right proportions,  you can come up with a delicious spread.  Likewise, an impressive blog results … Continue reading

Is Bing the Next Google?

February 21, 2011


Has Bing come of age and is it all set to dethrone Google? After almost three years of speculation over Google vs. Bing, web users worldwide have come to the conclusion that though Google is clearly winning, Bing is not … Continue reading

Facebook Places – Facebook Goes Local

February 18, 2011


Facebook, as we all know, is the world’s leading social networking website. The social networking company has gone even more social by going local in August 2010 with the launch of a new feature called Facebook Places, a new location … Continue reading

Lessons Learnt from Groupon

February 14, 2011


What really caught my attention was the news making the rounds that Groupon had turned down Google’s $6 Billion offer. This barely two-and-a-half year old company had the audacity to challenge the search engine giant.  Are you wondering what the … Continue reading

Identifying and Tracking Online Goals

February 8, 2011


In 90s the digital revolution started which lead to the creation of internet, which started changing the whole business scenario.  It has redefined the way most traditional modes of communications including telephone, music, film, and television operate. With the advent … Continue reading

LOOKING BEYOND CUSTOMER ACQUISITION

February 3, 2011


Gone are the days when there were a handful of brands and a large number of buyers.  Before the advent of technological innovations and the Internet, it was a brand-driven market where each brand had its own share of loyal … Continue reading