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NEWBURY, England, December 7 /PRNewswire/ -- Speed-Trap http://www.speed-trap.com the online customer insight provider, has partnered with Database Group, the customer data company, to provide the online data capture element of The Database Group's cross-channel customer data (http://www.speed-trap.com/capture.aspx) collection and analysis. The Database Group will recommend and sell Speed-Trap's patented and tag-free Dynamic Collection(TM) products so as to provide a reliable and deeper source of online customer data to its clients, before integrating this data with that of other channels, following cross-channel data integration (http://www.speed-trap.com/techbenefits.aspx). Neil Evans, Sales and Marketing Director at Database Group, explains, "Speed-Trap provides us with a renewed understanding of a client's online customers, which we can integrate with the data ... (more)

Anametrix Appoints Olivier Silvestre VP of Client Success

Anametrix, the first cloud-based, real-time digital analytics platform, today welcomes veteran digital-analytics marketer Olivier Silvestre as VP of client success. NEWS HIGHLIGHTS As the VP of client success at Anametrix, Olivier Silvestre will lead the company’s efforts in ensuring clients drive full business value with their marketing campaigns, including lowering customer-acquisition costs, increasing customer retention, predicting purchase patterns and accelerating customer lifetime value. In the past quarter alone Anametrix has substantially expanded contracts within its Fortune 1,000 client base and added several new customers, such as Condé Nast, EvoFem and Yellow Pages Canada, and Silvestre will build his department to support client needs. Silvestre will oversee the Anametrix implementation and account management teams, as well as data scientists and oth... (more)

Domain Name www.MutualFunds.com Hits the Auction Block for the First Time in History

HOUSTON, TX--(Marketwired - November 04, 2013) - The Internet Domain Name www.MutualFunds.com hits the auction block in three weeks...on November 21, 2013. This world-class asset has never been on the market for sale! 10+ REASONS why a firm should pay Millions of Dollars  for a DOMAIN NAME?  1. "CATEGORY KILLER" DOMAIN NAME - In our new "online ecommerce world," a name like MutualFunds.com is known as a "Category Killer". They rarely come on the market. This name has NEVER been on the market for sale...until now. 2. DOMAIN NAMES ARE AN ASSET - Owning a domain name is an asset...and can be "written off" like any other asset and an asset that clearly produces income for your business! 3. BENEFITS TO EVERY ASPECT OF A BUSINESS - This asset affects SALES, MARKETING, ADVERTISING, PR, CUSTOMER SERVICE...every aspect of a business benefits from owning such an asset.  4. COM... (more)

Global Digital Marketing Software Market 2015-2019 with Adobe Systems, Hubspot, SaS, Microsoft, Sap, Marketo, Hp, Oracle, Salesforce Dominating the $56 Billion Market

DUBLIN, Apr. 29, 2015 /PRNewswire/ --Research and Markets (http://www.researchandmarkets.com/research/qh9v45/digital_marketing) has announced the addition of the "Digital Marketing Software Market by Software (CRM, E-mail, Ecommerce, Marketing Automation, Web Analytics, Web Content Management & Social CRM), by Deployment (On-Premise, Cloud), by Verticals (BFSI, Retail, Manufacturing, & others) - Global Forecast to 2019" report to their offering. The Digital Marketing software market is expected to grow from $25,840.2 million in 2014 to $56,613.2 million by 2019, at an estimated Compound Annual Growth Rate (CAGR) of 17.0% from 2014 to 2019 The key players in this market include Adobe Systems, Hubspot, SaS, Microsoft, Sap, Marketo, Hp, Oracle, Salesforce and many others The Media & Entertainment, BFSI, IT and telecom and retail vertical is expected to account for the... (more)

HTML5 Web Sockets: A Quantum Leap in Scalability for the Web

Lately there has been a lot of buzz around HTML5 Web Sockets, which defines a full-duplex communication channel that operates through a single socket over the Web. HTML5 Web Sockets is not just another incremental enhancement to conventional HTTP communications; it represents a colossal advance, especially for real-time, event-driven web applications. HTML5 Web Sockets provides such a dramatic improvement from the old, convoluted "hacks" that are used to simulate a full-duplex connection in a browser that it prompted Google's Ian Hickson - the HTML5 specification lead - to say: "Reducing kilobytes of data to 2 bytes...and reducing latency from 150ms to 50ms is far more than marginal. In fact, these two factors alone are enough to make Web Sockets seriously interesting to Google." Let's look at how HTML5 Web Sockets can offer such an incredibly dramatic reduction of... (more)

Publishing Synergy: Blog, Twitter and Ulitzer

Government Cloud on Ulitzer Have you ever been given the task of building and executing an aggressive customer outreach program? Well I received my assignment about a year ago and trust me; the budget was not commensurate with the assigned goal. My particular need was to educate prospective Federal government customers on a new information technology trend. Known as cloud computing, this new approach blends service oriented architecture (SOA), virtualization technologies and a "pay-by-the-use" sales approach into a new IT delivery business model. Although this new approach promised the delivery of better constituent service at a reduced cost, risk adverse Federal agency decision makers needed to know much more before they would even consider cloud computing as an option. During a time of economic collapse and fiscal crisis, competing security, governance and procur... (more)

Ulitzer vs. Ning - a Quick Review

Having used both sites for about two weeks, there is still a great deal I am learning to do with both Ulitzer and Ning, but a reader asked if I would do a quick comparison, so I will. The obvious point for me is that the sites have two different objectives for the writers.  For Ning, the writer is trying to be involved in a niche social network from scratch.  For example, I have built my own social network for marketers and salespeople called BuyerSteps.  I created BuyerSteps as a way for other professionals to join in a conversation around the 21st century buyer.  So, Ning represents a way to build a community. In the case of Ulitzer, as a writer I am focused on getting readers from within an existing audience.  There are already thousands of readers coming to the Ulitzer site, so if they are interested in my topics such as marketing, they will find my articles as ... (more)

Using HTML5 Application Cache to Create Offline Web Applications

HTML5 introduces Application Cache, a new feature that enables you to make web apps and sites available offline. The new specification also provides an easy way to prefetch some or all of your web app's assets (HTML files, images, CSS, JavaScript, and so on) while the client is still online. During this caching process, files are stored in an application cache, where they sit ready for future offline use. Compare this to regular browser caching, in which pages that you visit are cached in the browser's cache based on server-side rules and client-side configuration. But-even if web pages are cached normally, this does not provide a reliable way for you to access pages while you're in offline mode (in an airplane, for example). In addition, an application cache can cache pages that have not been visited at all and are therefore typically unavailable in the regular br... (more)

Ulitzer FAQ Published

"In just over ten days, I had thousands of readers of my articles on Ulitzer, mainly on marketing and sales. It would be nearly impossible to get that at Ning for a new community site!" What is Ulitzer? Ulitzer is a brand new social media tool for creating, delivering, and consuming content on the Web. Anyone can create topics, magazines, and subject-based portals on Ulitzer, pre-populate them with over one million articles available, and launch a new Ulitzer topic in minutes. "In just over ten days, I had thousands of readers of my articles mainly on marketing and sales.  It would be nearly impossible to get that at Ning in ten days for a new community site!" John Ryan - http://johnryan.ulitzer.com Ulitzer vs. Ning - a Quick Review Ulitzer’s Amazing First 30 Days in Public Beta Can Anyone Apply To Become a Ulitzer Author? Yes, it's for anyone who wants to have a person... (more)

Twitter, Linked In, Ning and Ulitzer: Easy Personal Branding Strategy

Social Media on Ulitzer I use all of these social media tools and although they haven't put me on my own island in the Caribbean yet, I'm very pleased with the combined results. 1. Twitter – It’s the fastest way to share that you have created something of value. As a bonus, Tweetdeck or CoTweet are good ways to manage your Twitter efforts and research. Huge audience with lots of active participants. There are a few shady characters on Twitter but just like being at Grand Central Station, you just step aside and keep moving. It doesn't mean you eschew the benefit. Micro-blogging is probably here to stay so it's a good idea to get up on good habits regardless of what future tools look like. 2. Linked In – It’s the professional network standard where people will find you. A terrific way to maintain knowledge of what former colleagues are doing now. You can also join gr... (more)

Instant Professionalism Online Despite Yourself...with Ulitzer

Personal Branding on Ulitzer I read an article by an author on Ulitzer.com and was amazed at the professional image it provided him. I immediately researched Ulitzer to see if there was yet hope for me. I am a technology blogger on the subject of mobile computing strategies.  As I was doing research I came across the author Ian Thain, a fellow mobile computing blogger, who had a very professional website on Ulitzer (www.ulitzer.com). Professional envy motivated me to investigate this thing called Ulitzer. Ian's website looked like he had spent a great deal of time and money on it - all things I am short on. I carefully studied Ian's website to see how it was set up.  It looked like an expensive industry portal with colorful graphics, animation and industry news. It had tabs that filtered articles, by most popular, by date, etc.  I have blogged for over 5 years so... (more)