As part of a marketing strategy, harnessing the new platform by LinkedIn which uses recommendation to showcase products, services and associated recommendations is a valuable tool.
Starting with over 40 companies including HP, Microsoft Corporation and AT&T Business solutions, this service .... More »
Heads up, SEO buffs! A new Google Webmaster Help video on YouTube was just posted, and the topic de jour? Guest posting.
After years of speculation, intense debate, and algorithm updates galore, we finally have a little to go on when it comes to the art of the guest post.
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Google has launched its e-bookstore which will sell books to any device or web browser. This might not seem like a big deal after all, Amazon, Barnes and Noble and Apple all offer e-bookstores. However, the genius of Google’s e-bookstore is in the business model.
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Buckle up, folks – it’s been a busy week for search. The folks at Google and co. have thrown webmasters yet another curve ball – and this one comes in the form of tandem algorithm updates. I write for quite a few tech blogs, and I just reported on the exact match domain (EMD) update a coup.... More »
Hewitt Jackson, the tax preparer firm recently launched an online Discount Shopping Network that offers cash back incentives from more than eight hundred retailers including retailers like Sears, Kmart, Best Buy, Staples and Target.
The Discount Shopping Network is the first phase of the compan.... More »
eBay released its third quarter financial numbers and thanks to the strong growth of its PayPal division, both its revenue and net income increased.
In the third-quarter of 2010, eBay made $2.238 billion in revenue, which was actually up 1% from the same quarter in 2009.
While eBay’s marketplace business generated $1.41 billion in revenue, PayPal’s revenue topped $838 million, a rise of 22%. From these numbers, analysts predict PayPal will be the company’s top revenue driver in just a few years. And with PayPal’s recent release of their photo-based check-depositing app for the iPhone, PayPal continues to innovate new ways to move towards success.
Do you think eBay would be able to financially exist without PayPal?