Recent changes to Google's search algorithm have sought to reduce the rankings of what Google has described as "low quality" and "low value add" sites. And while some of these websites have seen a significant drop in traffic, we may find that content farms aren't eradicated. Rather, they're relocating. Impact Media's Mike Essex suggests their new destination may be e-books. On the Internet, many content farms are full of unoriginal content, often scraped from other sites, and republished under different headlines. The advent of easy self-publishing makes it incredibly simple for this process to be replicated in e-books.... (ReadWriteWeb: E-Books: The New Frontier for Content Farms http://bit.ly/f2QSL9)
Jack Dorsey got the Twitter ball rolling, or chirping, on March 21, 2006."Just setting up my twttr," the co-founder of what's become a social media giant tweeted.Some 1.653 million followers and (Co-founders, celebrities talk Twitter - CNN http://bit.ly/eyr1oQ)
A video of an important Panel discussion about the Monetization of Intangible Capital filmed at The Future Of Money and Technology Summit in San Francisco Feb 28, 2011 (Greg Wendt #EPWealthAdvisors #Wikinomics intros #MetaEconomy & y full account of Earths productivity is necessary http://bit.ly/dIGny4)
IAC has had an agreement with Google for some time now to hand over all search advertising on Ask.com and other IAC sites to the search giant. In 2007, IAC extended the deal, which was worth $3.5 billion at the time, to end in 2012.