The turnaround from Static content to Fluid content

The turnaround from Static content to Fluid content
The turnaround from Static content to Fluid content

When blogs were born did something different from what we had so far, setting a date for online content, and inevitably that timestamp thus became its expiration date. So then that website, as time passed new content needed to stay alive and not look abandoned or expired. Continue reading “The turnaround from Static content to Fluid content”

Yahoo! surpasses Google in traffic in July (excluding Tumblr)

Yahoo! surpasses Google in traffic in July (excluding Tumblr)
Yahoo! surpasses Google in traffic in July (excluding Tumblr)

Yesterday we learned by the Bloomberg TV channel that Yahoo! surpassed Google (including YouTube) in traffic this July, according to ComScore data, making it the leading U.S. traffic. Something that certainly is a major milestone for the companythat after incorporation of Marissa Mayer, Google’s former directors and CEO, has managed to improve its position continuously. Both stock exchange, which has improved its valuation, in attracting new talent, as the incorporation of Spanish and ex-Google Bernardo Hernandez, as CEO of Flickr, among others, and has slowed the escape of which already had. And now in traffic as well, which will be an opportunity to improve their advertising revenue and thus regain his lost status. Continue reading “Yahoo! surpasses Google in traffic in July (excluding Tumblr)”

The new Instagram video and the differences with Vine

The new Instagram video and the differences with Vine
The new Instagram video and the differences with Vine

Facebook does not let us stop with so much new. If this past week we talked about the new Facebook hashtags, and Parse. Instragram Now, the network of snapshots with filters that Facebook bought last year, brings another new embedding video. Continue reading “The new Instagram video and the differences with Vine”

Flickr, and the FREE Terabyte as a marketing strategy

Flickr, and FREE Terabyte as a marketing strategy
Flickr, and the FREE Terabyte as a marketing strategy

Marissa Mayer currently CEO of Yahoo, which lately I have spoken a few times around here, has again hit the mark with a simple and effective action in her marketing strategy. Reminds me the one carried out from Google (her former employer) to launch Gmail in 2004 with this amazing claim: “1 Giga FREE” when all suffered the limitations of Hotmail and Yahoo Mail This cornered the market web email until today. Continue reading “Flickr, and the FREE Terabyte as a marketing strategy”

Marissa Mayer and the new Yahoo!

Marissa Mayer and the new Yahoo!
Marissa Mayer and the new Yahoo!

It’s not news to mention that Yahoo, after been one of the best, had hard time in recent years, at least since 2008, but from June 16, 2012 with the hire of its new CEO, Marissa Mayer, one of the former Google executives known and respected for being a visionary leader, has been a boon for the company’s future. Especially in the stock market, as we can see in the above chart, and since it became known her hiring the stocks have not stopped climbing. Continue reading “Marissa Mayer and the new Yahoo!”

Vine, the Twitter app Video

vine.co
vine.co

Vine, a possible disturbance in the area of ​​YouTube, a new means of expression, with its new rules, as it was in the world of Instagram photos, until that moment dominated by Flickr, is part of what this new phenomenon raises Internet, which comes from purchasing this app from Twitter, which is based on: create, upload and share videos about 6 sec duration, GIF. Continue reading “Vine, the Twitter app Video”

The new Delicious

The new Delicious
The new Delicious

The other day I finally saw the new Delicious, which for who do not know, Delicious (formerly the hack-domain: del.icio.us) is one of the first social networks along with Flickr also was bought by Yahoo just before but after purchase, completely stopped evolving, I remember wondering what items were hundreds of engineers for the project will not change one iota in years. Continue reading “The new Delicious”