acheter viagra en france livraison rapide viagra blitzversand achat cialis sur internet buy viagra prezzo sildenafil recherche viagra français acheter kamagra inde cialis india viagre comprar generico commande viagra rapide cialis fabriqué en inde sildenafil oferta cialis requiere receta sildenafil achat compra de viagra genericos
Twitter
LinkedIn

Posts Tagged yahoo


My Take On Social Media Tools For Influence

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

Read More...

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 [...]

Read More...

Creating Value In the Digital World, and Bringing It to the Real World

One of the great challenges in the digital world is: “How to create value?” People are spending more and more time online, and are moving to a mobile Internet, which has been attested to by the success of Apple’s iPhone platform. But spending online has lagged behind, especially in China, where advertising has been slow [...]

Read More...

Business and Social Context Isn’t Important; It’s Everything

One of the most popular cliches in the west about China is that Chinese are generally good and reasonable people, but when it comes to nationalism, they are unreasonable. On the political level, national sovereignty is not negotiable, and when it comes to business, you need to realize that nationalism is a wildcard, and can [...]

Read More...

Mark Anderson Chimes In On Microsoft!

Mark Anderson of Strategic News Service has written an open letter to Steve Ballmer on Microsoft strategy which is posted at the new online version of The Industry Standard. FYI, Mark Anderson is the owner of Strategic News Service, which publishes a newsletter aimed at technology executives. It’s full of insights and he pulls no [...]

Read More...

More on Microsoft!

Information Arbitrage has an excellent article on how the different cultures at Microsoft and Yahoo! would have trouble coming together; he compares it to the difference between football players and baseball players. This is one of those soft things which the number crunchers and bean counters usually miss, but invariably hits the outcome of a [...]

Read More...

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 [...]

Read More...

In Business, Becoming Fearless Is What Makes You Great

For most of my career, I have been looking for patterns to discover why some companies come out of nowhere and become big and great, and why others who have dominated the market lose market share and users to the newcomers. More often than not, the newcomers are entrepreneurs who had a vision, while the [...]

Read More...

Why Most US Market Entries Fail in China

The consulting industry in China is flourishing. After all, it is the largest potential single market in the world, and everyone is flocking to it. New companies need information and advice about how to tackle the unique challenges of this market. For any MBA who is fluent in Chinese, or who has grown up in [...]

Read More...

Online Ad Exchanges Are the Next Stage of the Long Tail

Microsoft’s recent purchase of online ad market platform AdECN Exchange highlights the rise of neutral ad market platforms as a new venue for the buying and selling of ads between content publishers and advertisers. Online ad market platforms represent the next stage, or second generation, of ad networks. The first generation was represented by Google [...]

Read More...