I present to you at this year’s end, the many predictions made in 2009 for 2010 and published everywhere across the Web. You’ll find plenty of eMarketer graphs & comments +tons of links to several other predictions about the coming year. These predictions cover marketing priorities, tactics, advertising spend, gaming consoles, mobile marketing, daily newspapers, electronic products, local marketing, Internet penetration in Canada, etc …
Interesting stats and data on the reach use and user profile of YouTube and other video sites.
Interesting stats and data on the reach use and user profile of Technorati and Blogs.
I bring forth this debate I’ve been having offline with various people because I do not feel anyone else bring it.
For starters, I consider myself a marketer, a communicator, an Internet media specialist. So I view this debate from a marketing and media standpoint. For me it’s a question of using the right word for the right intention (definition). I also hear a lot off people interchanging them which to me clearly indicates who “gets it” and who “doesn’t.”
Interesting stats and data on the reach use and user profile of MySpace.
Interesting stats and data on the reach use and user profile of Twitter.
Question – I am an ‘Internet Search Expert’ & ‘Database Researcher’ having 15 years experience. What are ways and means on Internet to make money (without spending of advertising) by consulting of this expertise..?