Google Chrome launched less than a day ago, and this has been one of the busiest days on my twitter, email and all in all web life. I do not recall the last time the web was so obsessed with a launch of a beta product, so much conversations, expectations, opinions, buzz, hype, and web content spread in such a way. I read the comic, read some opinions and downloaded […]

Twitter has my name listed for less than 24 hours, however I spent quite some time today playing around, reading and investigating this phenomenon. For a long long time I had a very strong objection to sign up. “Hey ain’t that just another one of those tools which will take away my time?” is a sample of the thoughts I had, or perhaps better phrase as my fears from Twitter. […]

Categories: SMO, Web Marketing

I was trying to avoid it for a long while, but I finally caved. I signed up for a Twitter account today and started my era of Micro Blogging. I hooked a few friends, but Twitter did not like my Gmail list too much, and said they will try again later… well – we’ll see about that. So now it’s time for me to give you my twit – it’s […]

Categories: General, History, SMO, Web Marketing

I read a new research summary from eMarketer this weekend. The summary analyzed three interesting researches on the interesting subject of User Generated Video and the demographic segmentation of its use. The three article examined the demographic patterns of user generated video consumption, trying to identify segments which tend to use and consume this type of media more than others. While these articles provided a world of graphs, charts and […]