Daily Archives: April 17, 2013

Yahoo Turnaround Plan Hits Snag on Sales Forecast

Bloomberg senior markets correspondent Julie Hyman reports that CEO Marissa Mayer’s turnaround plan for Yahoo! is facing setbacks as the company’s second-quarter sales forecast may fall short of analyst estimates. She speaks on Bloomberg Television’s “In The Loop.”

Twitter Said to Seek Deals With Viacom, NBC

Twitter is close to reaching partnerships with television networks that would bring more high-quality video content and advertising to the social site, according to people familiar with the matter. Emily Chang reports on Bloomberg Television’s “Bloomberg West.” (Source: Bloomberg)

What To Expect From An Online Presence With WordPress – Infographic

This is an infographic about WordPress. By adapting high quality WordPress templates, it means that you can have a professional looking website for a fraction of the cost of a bespoke design site without compromising on quality, although of course, unique designs can be developed for your business. Continue reading

Is This American Apparel Ad Too Sexy? –

American Apparel is known for its racy advertisements and this time, they’ve gotten the Brits upset. Britain’s Advertising Standards Authority (ASA) recently banned an ad by the racy company for being “overtly sexual” and “demeaning to women” — but the majority of you don’t think it’s that bad. 54% voted that the ad was “fine” while 46% said it was “way too sexy.” Find out who thinks it’s fine — and who thinks it’s too sexy. Continue reading

The Power Of SMS Marketing! Really? – Infographic

Check this infographic and let us know if you think this is true.

If you’re a business owner and have never looked into SMS marketing, chances are you’re missing out on an incredibly lucrative opportunity to reach your customers. Text message open rates hover around 99%, and almost all of those are read within the first 5 minutes. Small businesses and organizations all over the globe are now using targeted, opt-in text messages to land coupons, specials, alerts, and other info right into the hands of their customers. Continue reading