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Daily Online Profits News – Issue #620

April 17, 2011 by · Leave a Comment 

March Mobile Mix: Connected Devices Up 21 Percent
Cynthia Boris says:

It’s time for the March Mobile Mix by Millennial Media. Try saying that three times fast.

The big news is that connected devices are up 21% month-over-month. This is mostly due to the rise in tablet usage and is expected to jump up again thanks to the release of the iPad2 and Blackberry Playbook.

Looking strictly at Smartphones, Android has the biggest chunk of the pie with 48%, but the releas

Google Music, MySpace Music Encounter Difficulties
Doug Caverly says:

A music service that doesn’t yet exist and a music service anchored to a fading social network (may) have both hit rough patches this week.  Reports indicate that Google Music isn’t succeeding in talks with record companies, while MySpace Music’s CTO has in fact left the organization.

To start with the Google side of things:Peter Kafkawrote earlier today, “Google’s ne


Major Ad Providers Join European Self Regulation Initiative
Jack Marshall says:

IAB Europe officially unveils behavioral self-regulatory framework, adopted by major ad firms.


Cup of Joe: Apple’s Army Wants To Dance, Will Apple Let Them?
Joe Hall says:

The video above is YouTube user,iTr3vor. iTr3vor has as an odd obsession with filming himself dancing like a maniac in various Apple stores. Quite honestly I don’t get it. But, let’s face it, when the last time you had as much fun as iTr3vor apparently has in each video? It appears that many viewers and other YouTube users agree. Trevor has amassed a subscriber count close to 20,000 an

Do Bloggers Need to be Active on Twitter to Win?
Arik Hanson says:

Do bloggers really need to be active on Twitter to besuccessful in their blogging?

It’s a question I posed on Twitter last week and it inspired some interesting conversation.

First, I asked the following question:

Blogging and Twitter

The only one anyone could think of wasSeth Godin–and even that’s not entirely true. So, I posed the following question as a follow-up:

Blogging and Twitter

I posed this question partly out of professional


Wrigley Brand Uses Twitter to Push Coachella Live-Stream
Christopher Heine says:

5 Gum runs Promoted Trend to drive traffic to YouTube channel for music festival.

>> How To Make At Least $1,000 This Week!

Daily Online Profits News – Issue #619

April 16, 2011 by · Leave a Comment 

Tomorrow is Officially Foursquare Day?
Cynthia Boris says:

Tomorrow, April 16, is Foursquare Day and it’s not just the workers at the busiest location-based check-in service who say so. Mayor Bloomberg of New York City says so, as does the Mayor of Indianapolis and apparently dozens of other cities across the US.

Here’s the skinny from theFoursquare Day home page.

Foursquare Day is April 16th – because it is the 4th month, and the 4-square

Wii 2 Rumor Roundup
Josh Wolford says:

Rumors began to circulate yesterday that Nintendo plans to reveal its brand new console this coming June at E3.  With sales of the original Wii console falling, the company isplanning to announced a $50 price cut.  It might be time to unveil the big guns.

Yesterday,Game Informer reportedthat they had confirmed with multiple sources that the new console will be capable of HD gaming. Also, Nintendo


Major Ad Providers Join European Self Regulation Initiative
Jack Marshall says:

IAB Europe officially unveils behavioral self-regulatory framework, adopted by major ad firms.


March Mobile Mix: Connected Devices Up 21 Percent
Cynthia Boris says:

It’s time for the March Mobile Mix by Millennial Media. Try saying that three times fast.

The big news is that connected devices are up 21% month-over-month. This is mostly due to the rise in tablet usage and is expected to jump up again thanks to the release of the iPad2 and Blackberry Playbook.

Looking strictly at Smartphones, Android has the biggest chunk of the pie with 48%, but the releas

Google Music, MySpace Music Encounter Difficulties
Doug Caverly says:

A music service that doesn’t yet exist and a music service anchored to a fading social network (may) have both hit rough patches this week.  Reports indicate that Google Music isn’t succeeding in talks with record companies, while MySpace Music’s CTO has in fact left the organization.

To start with the Google side of things:Peter Kafkawrote earlier today, “Google’s ne


Wrigley Brand Uses Twitter to Push Coachella Live-Stream
Christopher Heine says:

5 Gum runs Promoted Trend to drive traffic to YouTube channel for music festival.

>> How To Make At Least $1,000 This Week!



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