Daily Archives: April 27, 2007

Another victim of Google’s cleverness? Zunch Marketing goes belly up.

I don’t know Zunch, but I’d argue that it’s generally good riddance when overpriced fancy SEM firms go belly up. As Google creates easier, better, and cheaper ways to do great in-house SEM (e.g. Analytics and PPC management) it’s not … Continue reading

Posted in advertising, companies, Google, marketing | 6 Comments

Web 2.0 adapter for Grandparents is needed.

Don has a very insightful look at trends in Web 2.0 based on a couple of recent conference experiences.  What I found particularly interesting was the graph which correctly noted the large missing link in Web 2.0, which is a … Continue reading

Posted in Social Networks, travel, Web 2.0 | 5 Comments