Beautiful device (the 8GB version). Met and exceeded most of my expectations. -Activation. For me, painless, less than 5 minutes. Too bad there are some fairly widespread issues out there, but with an estimated 500,000 units sold since 6pm ET, that equates to roughly one activation every 3 seconds. I’m really surprised there weren’t more […]
Whoa. $3.1 Billion? This ought to give them a nice catch-up on Yahoo from the ad display perspective, but also an advanced ad management platform that could be rolled out to independent publishers. Let’s not forget Performics, which is one of the fastest growing affiliate networks right now. Plus, they blocked Microsoft.
Apple sold the first iPod 5 and a half years ago. Today they sold the 100 millionth unit. A little fun with math. In those 5.5 years, Apple has sold: 18,181,818 per year 1,515,152 per month 49,801 per day 2,044 per hour 35 per minute or in a nutshell, one iPod has been sold every […]
My iPhone emailed me. My SLVR is not happy, especially with my Samsung Upstage en route. I am in a bit of a quandary though. Cingular has the new RAZR V3xx available and my plan is eligible for a phone upgrade. According to many, there will be discounts on iPhone, but how much is the […]
Search Engine Roundtable (by way of Searchengineland.com) reported about a bug in Microsoft’s adCenter that advertisers were being dramatically overcharged click prices (example, a 50 cent bid price being charged $280). Microsoft has confirmed the issue and is working to a resolution. My first thought was that this was Microsoft’s way of making up revenue […]
Monday afternoon I closed my Microsoft Adcenter account. While many have railed against Microsoft’s attempt to enter the PPC market based upon poor and unconverting traffic, I was happy with the traffic, costs-per-click, and my conversion rates. However, I was fed up with the constant barrage of emails “Your AdCenter ads or keywords require changes.” […]