The new frontier semantic engines

how much cialis The difference between making a question and getting an answer and writing a couple of keywords and getting a list of links with documents is pretty big.

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YouTube goes over the 100M unique viewers

According to comScore Video Metix, YouTube received more than 100 million of unique visitors in January turning it into the video destination website most popular in the USA. It is interesting to analyze the following 5 competitors, where Fox Interactive Media … Continue reading

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6 presentations form the Web 2.0 Summit

Last week ended one of the most influential events of the online world Web 2.0 Expo.  In the city of San Francisco, institutional city of Sillicon Valley, the industry got together during 3 days under the coordination of O’Reilly Media … Continue reading

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First day of the Spain Blogs Event EBE08

Evento Blogs España (EBE08 Spain Blog Event) is the most important blogger event of the Hispanic market. The event has been taking place since 2006, organized by the “Spain Blog Event Association” that is currently formed by: Benito Castro, José … Continue reading

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Origin

I was born in 1973, in a middle class family at neighbourhood of Flores in the City of Buenos Aires. In 1985, being 12 years old my mother gave me my first computer as a present. This event, apparently meaningless, … Continue reading

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Google Alliance- Yahoo as an oligopoly impose itself to market forces

Last week my friend Mariano Amartino was asking my opinion on the Google-Yahoo Alliance, and my answer was that we are going to miss one of the biggest opportunities of generating a strong competition to Google, that the industry needs. … Continue reading

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Relevance, the holy grail of online advertising

Advertising relevance turned into what all companies in the market are looking for. Generating higher number of conversions with the lowest possible inventory, what generates more efficiency and therefore a higher return for the companies.  Since advertisers pay more for … Continue reading

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Multiple surprises while having breakfast with Mark Papia (MySpace)

San Francisco: Taking advantage of the trip to San Francisco to attend Ad-Tech SF, we coordinated a series of meetings with the main publishers and advertisers of the US West Coast. In this case with MySpace. The purpose of the breakfast … Continue reading

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