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[23 Nov 2009 | 3 Comments | ]
Google Page Rank- mythbusting

My take on perhaps the most misunderstood and most quoted metric on the web- Google PageRank

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[1 Oct 2009 | 2 Comments | ]
Book Review- Inside Larry & Sergey’s Brain by Richard Brandt

It is not just a review of a good book on Google founders- it has something about me as well.

Advertising, Digital Media trends, Emerging Technologies, GermFeed, video »

[3 Mar 2009 | No Comment | ]
Video- The future of mobile devices

Being an avid (and intrigued) mobile marketing proponent since a long time, this caught my attention. It basically takes you to next level of “Minority Report” stuff- long video but recommended

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[16 Nov 2008 | No Comment | ]

Saw this really good and latest videocast by Kevin Marks of Google on Google Developers Networks posted in the last 2 days
(Description reads: Kevin Marks, Developer Advocate at Google, talks about OpenSocial on the first anniversary of OpenSocial’s launch. Kevin discusses the history of social applications on the web, the evolution of social networks and where OpenSocial plays a part.)
Kevin speaks about OpenSocial and just borders around my philosophy of using positive marketing acronyms/theories and even says a bit on Seeding almost in the way I did in this post …

Advertising, GermFeed, online marketing, online media, social media, video »

[23 Oct 2008 | 10 Comments | ]
What is GermFeeding? Explained by Google Marketing Methods

What is GermFeed? How did it change the world of online marketing? I like the way Google does things. But is everything they do- noteworthy? The past and the future of Google’s Marketing and some core social media concepts…read on.

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[17 Sep 2008 | 3 Comments | ]

Curiosity- it proverbially killed the cat-and yet it is an important attribute for today’s marketer. Reminds me of a senior ‘strategy type’ (read account planner) who mused “things must have changed completely in digital marketing since even about half a decade back…no?” *smirk*
Sure. Things have changed. Or have they? The way online media is planned, operations, analytics and other stuff associated with media?
Actually most media planning in the internet space still is pretty similar to what we did long ago- Complexity increased, scale changed- but pretty much similar nuts and …

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[30 Aug 2008 | 2 Comments | ]

The iphone has taken Asia by the proverbial storm- in Singapore , in India and is still sustaining the hype in China inspite of unofficial iphones by hundreds¬† of thousands (along with duplicate “Hi phone” versions ) but something’s in the air that hints- there might soon be audience fatigue around the product.
The iphone 3.5G has launched across many countries by now, but unlike the ipod which almost created a new product line and with its different versions still retains the cool factor, the iphone might become a victim of …