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My Take On Social Media Tools For Influence

Paul Denlinger takes a close look at several tools for measuring social media influence and knowledge.

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Alimama, Taobao Merger Points To E-commerce, Search Battle

Alibaba has announced plans to consolidate two of its subsidiaries into one company. Alimama is the company’s ad network for Chinese SMBs, and Taobao is the company’s auction platform, which is best known for dramatically driving eBay China out of the China market after eBay bought Eachnet. This is likely a measure to counter Baidu’s [...]

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Google, Baidu and Search Engine Optimization in China

Search engine marketing is the main engine behind Google’s rise as a major online media player, and the product it is offered in is Google Adwords, which allows advertisers to directly target their online ads by selecting keywords, and then targeting them to relevant search results pages and to published pages (using Google’s publisher’s network, [...]

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China’s Telecom Shakeup And What It Means

Several days ago, a different kind of earthquake happened in China in the telecoms field. Unlike the Sichuan earthquake which took so many lives and caused so much damage, this shakeup was not unexpected. It’s ramifications will be large, if not huge, and it’s worth going into some depth to get a deeper understanding of [...]

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Google China’s Search Log Displays Moment of Mourning

Google China’s blog (in Chinese) mentions a Google search query log which dramatically shows the moment of silence and mourning on 2:28PM on May 19 for the victims of the May 12 earthquake in Sichuan. Apparently, even Google search queries fell off dramatically during that three-minute moment of silence where Chinese stopped everything they were [...]

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Google China Launches Earthquake Disaster People Search

Google China announced their launch of Google China People Search in the Google China blog to help victims and their relatives get in touch with each other. I have chosen to translate the announcement in full, and have included the original hyperlinks in the story. Aside from the human tragedy, this is an excellent study [...]

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More on China Mobile and Baidu

This article is a follow-up posting to my previous article about why China Mobile should buy Baidu. One of the rules for mergers and acquisitions is that if one company wants to be acquired by another company, they have to be moving in generally the same directions. This way, less management attention needs to be [...]

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Why China Mobile Should Buy Baidu

A few days ago I read an interview with Steve Jobs published in Fortune in March. One of the ideas which Steve Jobs put forth is that you really need to understand the technology issues, then follow how they will roll out in order to be successful. Apple has a certain advantage because it owns [...]

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Why Google Loves Microsoft-Yahoo On So Many Levels

The quality and amount of discourse on the proposed takeover of Yahoo! by Microsoft has had my bullshit meter jumping off the charts, and I felt I just had to chime in. Paul Kedrosky summed it up best when he said that it would benefit Google the most. Anyone with half a brain and who [...]

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Chinese-Language Search Grows, and the Mobile Internet…

Everything else being equal, it is safe to assume that human language-specific search should closely map to populations. For example, the US population is 300M, Canada’s is about 30M, the UK is about 60M, and Australia is about 15M and New Zealand is about 4M. These are the main English-speaking populations, and they total about [...]

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