I have to give credit to GM (General Motors) for considering using Ebay to increase new call sales. According to a CNBC article today, GM is now turning to eBay in an experimental effort to increase sales. And the starting point for the experiment is California.
The television sales guru who died suddenly on July 9th in Tampa, Florida apparently had cocaine in his blog – an autopsy found. From Fad.ly: The Discovery Channel aired an hour long tribute special. August 7th: It was revealed that cocaine use contributed to his sudden death on June 28th. And Twitter is currently trending […]
Sarah Palin definitely knows how to grab attention, and now she’s using Facebook as her new tool for sharing. Her recent update on Facebook was about President Obama’s health care reform, here it is: The America I know and love is not one in which my parents or my baby with Down Syndrome will have […]
Here it is: The Google Voice app for the iPhone’s app store was denied by Apple. Eric Schmidt, probably one of the best board members that Apple could have, stepped down from the board completely. All of us – the iPhone community – are left without an iPhone app for Google Voice (even though you […]
Bits has an article out today talking about Carol Bartz, Yahoo’s chief executive, an interview they did with her, and discussing some comments she made about Yahoo. Ms. Bartz specifically stated that, “We have never been a search company,” and again, “It is, ‘I am on Yahoo. I am going to do a search.” There […]
If you ever want to question the relevance of Google in the world of search, then you need to look at the Microsoft – Yahoo deal. The agreement struck between Microsoft and Yahoo, and the lifespan of that deal, is solely determined by Google’s performance. An article at The Register states: The SEC update reveals that […]
Here’s the question of the day! Is Google a media company or a tech company – or is it possible for them to be both? There’s news out today that Google has sold their underperforming radio ad business to WideOrbit Inc. The reason being is to cut costs and jettison underperforming operations. This sounds like […]