- Go to http://lift.do/
- Enter Email
- Wait for sometime
I want to show some bad ads of Google Ad sense. I pay through my nose for video upgrades and extra space to keep people happy.
120,000 views in 2010
Money earned By Matt (of WordPress)= $$$$$ from me
Money earned by Mutt -(thats me)= 000,000,000
Please allow me to run ads on wordpress.com
or create your own fucking ad networks
but do it PHAST.
ESLE blog trsnfer using Blog Export, divide Xml file into 13 files using Notepad copy and paste
go to Appspot
Convert files to Blogger files\
Thats the company BIZ stone OF tWITTER made
before these Two matts got into dog fights.
Ever wanted to move your WordPress blogs over to Blogger? This site can aid in the process!
NOTE: This hosted application will only allow downloads smaller than 1MB.
For information on how to run this conversion on your own, visit the open source project hosted at code.google.com
If you are a marketing , analyst relationship, public relationship or a product manager who uses or abuses social media, you sometimes need to track what influencers and analysts are saying. A tool called Bettween allows you to capture public conversations between two influential (or interesting) tweeps.
tools to analyze Twitter conversations in SAS
No, this is not about the X Box kind of games. It is about Microsoft ‘s tactical shift in the online space from going it alone, and building stuff itself, –to partnering, and sometimes investing and exiting business.
Microsoft Messenger, which is the oldest online app in the suite, now provides instant messaging services to about 350 million users, and from now on Windows Live Writer works specifically with the WordPress.com blog service by default. Hopefully Skype, and Google Voice will show MS the way to monitize that business app yet.
With the round of lawsuits by proxy, in Android -Motorola, or for acquisitions – MS is just doing what Marc Anderseen (who’s apparently a better VC than Paul Allen was), Sun and co did to it in the nineties.
Google seems to be regretting putting a spade in the Yahoo acquisition- that would have tied up a big chunk of Idle MS cash- leaving it little room for niche investments (like the 250 mill that helped Facebook ramp up in time).
The real surprise here could be Apple- it has shown little interest in cloud computing- and it seems to be testing the waters with Ping. But Apple sure smells competition- and Android is doing to Iphone what Windows did to the Mac in the early 1990’s.
Google lacks presence in online gaming (despite it’s own Zynga investment)- and needs to start monetizing properties like Android OS (say 10$ for every phone license ??), Google Maps (as an app for GPS) and Google Voice. Indeed it may be time for the big G to start thinking of spinning off atleast some products- earning better returns, while retaining control (dual stock splits) and killing those anti trust lawyer fees forever.
As the Ancient Chinese said, May you live in interesting times. Fun to watch the online games people play.
Twitter co-founder, and creator of Blogger Mr Biz Stone finally set out a short brief email ( or twemail) on the changes in Twitter’s terms of service.The very concise email is below and an excellent interview with the man is at http://therumpus.net/2009/04/the-rumpus-interview-with-twitter-co-founder-biz-stone/
Incidentally Biz Stone’s inventions are kind of revolutionary in social media – he also founded Blogger ( blogging and micro blogging have done more to confound LarryRank algorithm at Google Search than anyone else).
What does an analytic, data whining blog have to do with social media. Plenty. If you have ever designed a propensity scoring model for targeting customers based on their behavior , more clean data that is identifiable an individual level is always a boon. The current trend for sentiment analysis is simply addition of text keywords ( or categorical variables if you insist) to the existing customer database.
Can adding keywords from blogs, tweets, web searches, TO existing data about you (credit bureau, demographic, purchase behavior)- can this lead to a better lift in the models. Yes.
Will this lead to more privacy debates. Yes. Given the huge volume of text variables, as well as the huge number of potential customers- privacy debates are quite statistically irrational ( but we digress into economics here).
No one is interested in selling just 1 more product. They use people (nicknamed Numerati) for writing queries to append, manipulate data so as to AGGREGATE and then build a model. Only after the models are built are the scores disaggregated AND scored individually- usually in automated manner.
No company is interested in selling to one consumer so they dont stoop at a privacy invasive search of individuals.
Advertsing is not an evil way of making money, Mr Stone. Just Trust Google and the guys who could not complete their Phd because they WERE making money.
What if all maths grads did that- ..and that’s an interesting thought.
We’d like to let you know about our new Terms of Service. As Twitter
has evolved, we’ve gained a better understanding of how folks use the
service. As a result, we’ve updated the Terms and we’re notifying
We’ve posted a brief overview on our company blog and you can read the
Terms of Service online. If you haven’t been by in a while, we invite
you to visit Twitter to see what else is new.
These updates complement the spirit of Twitter. If the nature of our
service changes, we’ll revisit the Terms as necessary. Comments are
welcome, please find the “feedback” link on the Terms of Service page.
Biz Stone, Co-founder