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The Web is steadily becoming a utility of the masses. We have become familiar with using the Web for communicating, surfing, shopping, receiving information in different forms, and a host of other usage attributes–both personal and professional.
The Web economy has largely been fed by advertisers vying for eyeballs and attention. Advertisers have been a fundamental resource of the Web economy. When a change occurs that alters the old models and creates improved models with a promise of higher returns, then changes are likely to create systemic shifts across the entire Web that influence the system from end to end.
Innovation inevitably spawns further innovation throughout the supply chain of interconnected elements that fuel Web usage patterns, and the social Web facilitates systemic changes which are fueled through such innovation. The social Web brings more influential human elements with global reach than any previous technological development in the history of the Web. Combine the influence of the human elements with the economic power of relationship driven commerce and you have a scenario that will create further changes unforeseen, unpredictable, and unimaginable.
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About the Authors
Scott Allen is Co-Founder and Managing Partner of Link to Your World, LLC (linktoyourworld.com), a full-service company that helps organizations transform virtual relationships into real business
Mr. Allen is co-author of The Virtual Handshake: Opening Doors and Closing Deals Online (AMACOM, 2005). He is a contributing author to Blog!: How the Newest Media Revolution is Changing Politics, Business, and Culture and executive editor of LinkedIn for Recruiting and I’m on LinkedIn – Now What?
Since 2002, Mr. Allen has been the Entrepreneurs Guide for About.com, a subsidiary of The New York Times Company and one of the top ten content websites in the world. He is a monthly columnist and expert blogger for FastCompany.com and a contributing expert at work.com, In addition, he blogs at thevirtualhandshake.com and linkedintelligence.com
Mr. Allen is a widely recognized authority and has been quoted or featured in books including Get Slightly Famous and Endless Referrals, as well as ABCNews.com, Money, Monster.com, The Washington Post, CFO Magazine, Christian Science Monitor, Sales and Marketing Management, Networking Times, Southwest Airlines Spirit, Worth and other major publications
As an experienced virtual and live presenter, his clients and event partners have included Microsoft, Electronic Retailing Association, Blog World and New Media Expo, Business Development Institute, Human Capital Institute, ERE Media, Execunet, American Marketing Association, OneCoach, LinkedIn and others.
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March 28, 2008 – Victor Caballero
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SoCalTech is reporting this event:
April 7, San Diego — Solar Power Finance & Investment Summit. The Summit will bring together the Solar industry’s leading utility scale and commercial/industrial rooftop project developers, investors, lenders, solar technology companies, venture capitalist and other key industry players to discuss cutting edge developments in Solar power finance and investment, as well as the various challenges and prospects for 2008 and beyond. See https://www.socaltech.com/calendar/eventid/9038
March 29, Hollywood at Level 3
Los Angeles — “The Next Generation of Media and the Web”
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Saw a piece on the news last night on the Aptera.
I would like to get one, but the price is still a little high.
Question is, why would someone spend more money on an Aptera if they can buy a Prius for less?
Check out this video just released on the Aptera.
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It is pretty interesting when you have Charter running a promo for High-Speed for Life and most of the state of California drops Charter internet service.
Perhaps the bids should have been reduced on the auction.
We have Charter at the office and it is way more problematic that AT&T DSL. The main advantage to cable is that it can be significantly faster.
Charter has much work to do in have tiered services for residential and commercial businesses. If I am a business account I should not be running off the same pipe that residential customers are. I am paying a premium for that “special” service.
It appears that as of 12:30pm the internet is back up, although it has been in and out.
No reason why it went out either.
That’s another thing Charter Communications can add is a dashboard on the internet that shows the health of their network. Perhaps because they have so many problems they don’t want to air their dirty laundry.
I used to be with Charter at home and I am a stockholder in the company. I have thought of going back to Charter and they I encounter this, doesn’t make me anxious to go back and try them out.
Then I hear from other people of the horror stories they have had, from poor customer service to complete botch of service calls.
Customer Service needs to be #1 with companies. It amazes me how bad customer service can be.
Does anyone else have any experiences they would like to share with Charter?
Charter’s ”High-Speed for Life” Internet Auction Draws Over a Half-Million Visitors
BusinessWire – March 24, 2008 5:00 PM ET
Charter Communications, Inc.’s (NASDAQ: CHTR) innovative marketing campaign is opening new sales channels and driving heightened awareness of its blazing fast high-speed Internet service. Charter’s “High-Speed for Life” Internet auction is aimed at surfers of social networks, blogs and other online communities. Consumers can bid on receiving Charter High-Speed(R) Internet service, along with wireless home networking, for life.
An independent research firm, comScore, Inc., ranked Charter’s high-speed Internet speeds to be faster and more reliable than combined Internet offerings provided by national phone companies in areas where Charter provides service(1).
“The participation and awareness generated by this auction has far surpassed our expectations and we are astounded by the enthusiasm it is attracting. Online communication has become an integral part of our daily lives, and all of our services – video, high-speed Internet and telephone – contribute to our brand promise that ‘Charter Brings Your Home to Life.’ This campaign offers just that, for life,” said Bob Quigley, Executive Vice President and Chief Marketing Officer for Charter. “As a company committed to the communities we serve, when the auction is over, we will donate the proceeds to Habitat for Humanity, another organization dedicated to bringing homes to life.”
Over the past year, Charter has invested over a billion dollars in capital to serve its customers and to upgrade its networks. Charter is committed to investing in its communities to make them strong, and providing value to all its customers by offering high-quality products and services backed up by superior customer care.
Bidding in Charter’s “High-Speed for Life” Internet auction ends on March 26, 2008. More information on the auction, including registration and bidding, can be found at https://connect.charter.com/forlife/ .
Habitat for Humanity is an ecumenical Christian ministry that welcomes to its work all people dedicated to the cause of eliminating poverty housing. Since its founding in 1976, Habitat has built more than 250,000 houses worldwide, providing simple, decent and affordable shelter for more than one million people. For more information, visit www.habitat.org.
Join us for an online live chat this Friday!
Monday, March 24, 2008 at 6:50 PM Written by Adam Lasnik, Search EvangelistMany of us Webmaster Help Group guides have happily gotten to meet Group members at various functions around the world. Over sandwiches in San Jose. Salads in Stockholm. Sweets in Sydney. And it’s been super!
But some of you are hard to find and so we haven’t had the pleasure of chatting with you. Therefore, we’ve decided to visit you right through your beloved monitor screen.
On Friday, March 28 at 9am PDT / noon EDT / 16:00 GMT, we’ll be having our first-ever all-group live chat, where you’ll have a chance to hear and see us answer some of your most pressing questions. All that’s required is a phone (we’ll pay for the call), a sufficiently-modern web browser, and an internet connection.
We’ll be posting a “sticky note” with more details in the Random Chitchat section of the Group a day or two before this online meetup, and we’re looking forward to chatting with you soon!
Adam and the English Webmaster Help Guides
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