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[ 16 May 2011 | No Comment ]
LevelUp

Surely the year of Digital Coupons?

FourSquare competitor SCaVeNG(R)ing for attention, launches LevelUp and takes on Groupon.
by Martin Henwood

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[ 4 May 2011 | No Comment ]
CrowdSourcing

Originally posted by Sarah Kessler – MASHABLE
Gigwalk wants to put your smartphone to work. On Wednesday the startup is launching its platform for on-demand, on-location task completion.

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[ 4 May 2011 | No Comment ]
FilmOn

Originally posted by Mark Hachman – PCMAG
FilmOn, one of a few over-the-top video providers seeking to rebroadcast content on the Web, said Tuesday that users can stream live TV via Facebook to their friends.

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[ 4 May 2011 | No Comment ]
Express

Originally posted by Lauren Indvik - MASHABLE
Express began selling its entire catalog of merchandise on Facebook Tuesday, becoming one of the first major fashion retailers in the U.S. to do so.

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[ 4 May 2011 | No Comment ]
Engage 2.0

If you just bought the original Engage, don’t worry, this book doesn’t replace it. Engage 2.0 is a different book with a different purpose.
Originally posted by BRIAN SOLIS

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[ 1 May 2011 | No Comment ]
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A challenge for loyalty marketers today is the inability to get an aggregate view of their base across all digital assets
Originally posted by PARNEET GOSAL – SeedWalker
– website, Facebook Twitter, YouTube, Flickr etc. and hence a myopic reward system that offers discounts or rewards for behavior on specific channels only and not across the entire digital eco-system.

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[ 1 May 2011 | No Comment ]
The Saviors Of Online Publishing

Originally posted by PARNEET GOSAL – SeedWalker
This month has seen two major innovations that may well play a big part in helping publishers adapt to changing reading habits, with a little help from Al Gore. Both are focused primarily on the e-book and tablet market, two markets with meteoric growth projections.

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[ 27 Apr 2011 | No Comment ]
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Using online price comparison sites is an increasingly integral part of the shopping process for UK consumers, according to new research.
A study from business data providers Lightspeed Research shows that 75 per cent of 1,000 18 to 64-year-olds surveyed have compared prices online ahead of making a purchase in the last six months.