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February 10, 2007
I suck when it comes to posting my thoughts out here on my blog....I must say. I have been just too busy with work for one, my other blog & deeping my hands a bit into affiliate marketing & research. So apologies readers (if any) on my poor blog ethics (it's a shame).
Anyway it's Saturday here in Oxford and while browsing through the a couple of blog and the web, I stumbled on this video that summarises what Web 2.0 is all about. Please play it cos you will love it (trust me). I added it to my youtube favs and gave it a five star awesome rating. Here you go....
Thanks to Sam Huleatt's blog post that had the video
October 21, 2006
Yeah, you heard me right….IM BLOGGING ON THE A24 at the moment from an Oxford Tube Coach. They added this new snazzy feature about a week ago that connects wireless clients to Vodafone’s 3G internet service. It was well worth the £2k installation cost per bus cos I’m more than certain they will reap an ROI based on more professionals using the Oxford tube as against the trains at the moment. I will rather sit here on the net for 2 hours to London than go without the net for an hour using the train. Don’t know about you guys but I’m a self confessed internetaholic and am well proud of it :O)
September 03, 2006
Writing about web page http://news.bbc.co.uk/1/hi/programmes/click_online/5304892.stm
Interesting article by Spencer Kelly of the BBC’s click. Its an internet marketing primer in plain english and does manage to cover current & major marketing channels available on the web for advertisers.
Let me give a summary – the first channel discussed was viral marketing (although it was not stated to be viral marketing), examples include the online game of the TV series Lost and the downloadable flash game of the Samual L J movie- Snakes on a plane.
The second channel was a new channel called blogvertising which involves monetising blogs by getting bloggers to endorse products or services.
The third and fourth channels were the all too familiar search engine advertising and search engine optimisation.
The final channel mentioned was social marketing which is a relatively new marketing channel that relies on building publicity through social networking websites.
This article just reminds me of uniquness of the web and web marketing in general. This is because when I was researching on web marketing channels about 12 months ago, 2 channels mentioned above were virtually none existent – they were social marketing & blogvertising.