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6.30.2011

Announcing Our New Marketing Site for Small Business, ChiliFries.com

The new site is called ChiliFries.com and it was created to help you become an expert at Internet marketing, search engine optimization (SEO) and e-commerce!
BigCommerce
Our new website is updated regularly with fresh content and will teach you:
Search engine optimization
Search engine marketing
Social media marketing
E-Commerce strategy
On-site merchandising
Public relations
Conversion optimization
... and lots of other tips, tricks, strategies and ideas which you can use to either start a new e-commerce business or grow your existing e-commerce business faster than you thought possible.

P.S. Really important - make sure you like ChiliFries on Facebook and follow ChiliFries on Twitter so you don't miss a post!
P.P.S. Become part of the ChiliFries community by leaving comments on a few posts you like. It's fast, easy and is a great way to meet like-minded business owners.

Marketing Director,
BigCommerce

6.28.2011

Can Your Business Survive Without the Cloud?

COMPLIMENTARY EDITORIAL EVENT
Smarter Computing: Managed in the Cloud - Virtualization Without Limits

June 30, 2011
12:00 p.m. ET / 9:00 a.m. PT
Duration: 60 minutes

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We have entered a new era of IT where an enterprise can architect IT infrastructure that is designed for data, tuned to the task and managed in the cloud.

Join us for this live, interactive eSeminar to learn the first steps your organization needs to take to enable your data centers to operate more efficiently with virtualization.

Attend this online-only event to learn:
  • The various server virtualization technologies
  • Private versus public clouds
  • How "managed in the cloud" helps organizations remove barriers to rapid delivery of new services
  • How IT can reinvent business processes and drive innovation
  • How to build cost-effective cloud solutions
  • The benefits of server and storage virtualization technologies on demand capacity, security, privacy and compliance
 

6.27.2011

Discover How to Avoid the Biggest Mobile Security Risks for 2011

eSeminars Event
Complimentary eSeminar: Going Mobile: Getting the Most From Your Mobility Dollar. 
Experts predict that by 2014 there will be 4.5 billion smartphones and 2 billion tablets in use. With mobilityĆ¢€™s broad acceptance being driven by proven productivity returns, IT is under increasing pressure to manage these devices effectively to keep them secure.

Join mobility expert Justin Levenbrook who will discuss how to get the most out of your mobility dollar at this timely online-only event.

Register today to learn:
How to choose the right device for the job
Key Questions to ask your mobile carrier before activating another device
How to mitigate the biggest mobile device security risks
How the right mobile device management yields bottom line results
Attendees will also have the chance to hear excerpts from the latest Ziff Davis Enterprise mobility study, and discover how to keep productivity up and spending down.

June 27, 2011
2:00 pm ET / 11:00 am PT
Duration: 60 minutes

FEATURED SPEAKERS:

Justin Levenbrook
Solution Architect, Mobility
CDW

Michael Krieger
Market Expert
Ziff Davis Enterprise



6.22.2011

Track Copy and Paste Sharest Real-time Perspective with Live View

Track Copy and Paste Shares, Get Real-time Perspective with Live View
We've recently introduced several new features that make AddThis the first sharing platform to enable you to see all sharing activity occurring from your site in real-time.
Address Bar sharing analytics give you the ability to track URLs that have been sent via emails, IMs and to forums using copy/paste. This captures a whole new segment of sharing that we have found to be up to 10x that of using social buttons. You now get a larger picture of where your direct traffic is coming from and how your users are really sharing your content.
The new Live View dashboard displays shares and clicks as they are happening. You can even open up a map to see our Geo Live View, showing shares and clicks popping up in the geographical location that they are happening!
We've also launched the ability to track activity from native Facebook Like, Twitter tweet and Google +1 buttons. This is just the beginning of a larger analytics and data API push – stay tuned.

Want to Work on AddThis?
Want to work on a product seen by 1 billion users per month and used on over 9 million domains? We're hiring! AddThis is a part of Clearspring Technologies. We are a rapidly growing company with offices in the DC Metro area, NYC, Chicago, Detroit and LA. We're looking for people who can make things happen and have fun doing it. Please check out our careers page for a list of openings, some of which include:
Business Intelligence Analyst
Senior Recruiter
System Administrator


 

The Business Value of Social Software

InformationWeek Webcast Sponsored by IBM

Ideas @ Work: The Business Value of Social Software

Date: Thursday, June 30, 2011
Time: 9:00 am PT / 12:00 pm ET
Duration: 60 Minutes

Most companies are at least beginning to investigate how the use of social tools might impact their business. Due to the popular commercial use of these tools, it is often difficult to understand how what some consider a "diversion" can actually be a great benefit to their corporate business.

During this session, we'll discuss a number of customer-identified business pains and the associated social tools that can help address them. This won't be a session about the technology involved and "how" this can be done -- rather we'll spend this time uncovering the "why", the business perspective and what this means to the end user as well as the increased innovation for the larger organization.

Register now for this free, one hour webcast!

A trusted investment strategy that actually delivers for your clients

Platinum Portfolio Builder
  At last.
A passive investment strategy
that actually delivers for your clients.
 
 
 

At Platinum Portfolio Builder, we offer Introducer extensive benefits including high commission levels, fast payment, and premium marketing literature. We also pride ourselves on offering professional expertise, support and mentoring. Everything you need to ensure that you can maximise the opportunities and provide the best possible service to your clients.

With our tried, tested and proven model, your client will be able to own a UK residential portfolio and benefit from a secure property investment with market leading returns.

 
 
Introducer Benefits:
Market leading commission
Prompt payments
Full mentoring and support
Access to all marketing and promotional literature
A trusted and safe investment strategy
 
Are your Clients looking for:
A return on investment that�s substantially higher than
  most other investments
A safe and secure way to supplement their pension
A tried and trusted way to make their savings/equity
  work harder for them
Developers profits without any of the associated risks
  and delays
An appreciating asset with monthly net rental profit
 

�Platinum Portfolio Builder deliver on their investment promises, on-time, every time� Philip Easter, former Global chief Financial Officer Norwich Union/Aviva, PPB Investor and Chairman

 
If you are an IFA or Introducer with experience of working with High Net Worth individuals who are interested
in best in class investment opportunities and have a minimum of �75,000 to invest then we would love
to hear from you.
 
A PLATINUM PARTNERS COMPANY
 

6.21.2011

Learn How to Really Boost Your SEO Results Using Social Media

Live Webinar:
Learn How to Really Boost Your SEO Results Using Social Media

Are you still struggling to align your Social Media and SEO campaigns?

Evolving social media marketing & search engine optimization opportunities
make it harder to balance both while boosting your results.

Spend an invaluable hour with Nick Stamoulis, CEO of Brick Marketing, as he
shares insightful tips on optimizing your Social Media efforts so that they
help to boost your SEO rankings and visibility.

IN THIS WEBINAR, YOU'LL DISCOVER

a.. Get SEO and Social Media to work in tandem to boost your results
b.. Share your content to boost links and visitors
c.. Make SEO & Social Media work for B2B and B2C sites
d.. Optimize your Social Media Profiles to get the best SEO results
e.. Boost your content visibility using savvy recycling
WHEN: June 28, 2011 at 11:00 AM PST

Complimentary Webinar June 28, 2011
11:00 AM PST
Live Webinar:
Learn How to Really Boost Your SEO Results Using Social Media
Are you still struggling to align your Social Media and SEO campaigns?

Evolving social media marketing & search engine optimization opportunities
make it harder to balance both while boosting your results.

Spend an invaluable hour with Nick Stamoulis, CEO of Brick Marketing, as he
shares insightful tips on optimizing your Social Media efforts so that they
help to boost your SEO rankings and visibility.
IN THIS WEBINAR, YOU'LL DISCOVER
Get SEO and Social Media to work in tandem to boost your results
Share your content to boost links and visitors
Make SEO & Social Media work for B2B and B2C sites
Optimize your Social Media Profiles to get the best SEO results
Boost your content visibility using savvy recycling
WHEN: June 28, 2011 at 11:00 AM PST
It's FREE, Register Now!
PRESENTER:

Nick Stamoulis
President & Founder of
Brick Marketing

6.17.2011

Discover the Best Point of Entry for Your Cloud Journey

Real Business Benefits Of Cloud Computing

June 17, 2011
12:00 p.m. ET / 9:00 a.m. PT
Duration: 60 minutes

Are you thinking of deploying a cloud strategy? Do you have questions about how to incorporate cloud technology into your current infrastructure?

Join us for this live, interactive eSeminar and hear from industry experts where the best point of entry is for small and midsize businesses to utilize cloud services.

Attend this online-only event to learn:
  • How to adopt cloud technology for smaller, non-critical workloads first
  • What are the real concerns regarding legacy infrastructure integration
  • How moving to the cloud can add incremental capabilities in terms of data storage and access

6.16.2011

Fixed-line VoIP booming; telepresence needs common language



June 16, 2011

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Tuesday, June 21, 11am ET/ 8am PT

Incumbent carriers and data center/co-location providers are targeting cloud services on three fronts: expanding their data center facilities, crafting partnerships with application providers, and even purchasing other cloud providers. Join FierceTelecom Editor, Sean Buckley, and a panel of experts to discuss compelling strategies for service providers. Register Now!

Today's Top Stories
1. Study: VoIP winning fixed line market share, with room for substantial growth
2. New FuzeBox telepresence product provides gateway between walled gardens
3. Verizon, Tata Communications strike telepresence reciprocity deal
4. Comcast to offer HD video Skype calls on TV sets to subscribers
5. KeyOn adds VoIP to product offerings with acquisition of CommX

Editor's Corner: Island hopping in the world of telepresence, there are too many different languages

Also Noted: Spotlight On... M5 Networks offering human touch for customer service issues
8x8 to join Russell 3000 Index; Toshiba rolls out new IP business phone system and much more...

Infonetics: Ranking the top 4 hosted VoIP providersVoip
Who are the top providers of managed VoIP services in North America, according to Infonetics Research? Four companies made the list this year. We briefly profile each service provider...
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News From the Fierce Network:
1. Study: PCs nearly as popular as TVs for movie watching
2. Netflix, younger audience keeps cord-cutting debate hot
3. Warner Bros. is taking on-demand films to China




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Editor's Corner

Island hopping in the world of telepresence, there are too many different languages

By Jim O'Neill Comment | Forward | Twitter | Facebook | LinkedIn

Jim O'Neill


Telepresence and the video conferencing space are exploding.

It seems that almost every day--and certainly every week--a news release pings my inbox to let me know there's a new company, a new technology, a new innovation coming out that will make doing business remotely easier.

There's no doubt that the ability to connect seamlessly using a variety of conferencing solutions makes doing business easier, more cost effective and, of course, greener as well. But it's not just business that has adopted the technology--schools and governments have bought in as well, some of them when the technology was still brand new.

In York County, Penn., taxpayers are saving more than $200,000 a year--and have been saving money since the late 1990s--after the city installed video conferencing technology in its courtrooms and the city jail, allowing judges to conduct hearings. Philadelphia, which also uses video conferencing, has more than 10 times as many monthly conferences and at least 10 times the savings because of the technology.

The state's chief justice said savings across the Keystone State due to teleconferencing top $21 million annually.

But telepresence remains a high-priced tool, one wielded, primarily, by large companies that can afford the hundreds of thousands of dollars a dedicated telepresence solution has required. Those solutions exist like tiny islands spread cross the globe. Islands in the chain are connected, of course, but there's little talking going on between the links because they all speak a different tongue.

That isolation is changing, of course, but slowly. And the fact that those pricey, walled-garden solutions aren't able to communicate with each other easily is holding back the industry, allowing startups like Vidyo, which sells inexpensive solutions that connect multiple screens, to get traction.

Cisco and Polycom, for example, said they're looking to roll out more affordable solutions based on technology similar to Vidyo's. And, this week, Verizon said it would extend its own platform by opening it up to Tata Communications users across the globe. It's a reciprocity agreement between two big companies that both use Cisco solutions (it reminds me of two private country clubs extending reciprocity to each other in hopes of staying aflot). But it is a start.

And there's more on that front: FuzeBox announced it's rolling out a cloud-based gateway that integrates telepresence systems--including those from Polycom, Tandberg and LifeSize--while also extending video conferencing and voice to any mobile device or computer through integration with its Web conferencing and video conferencing collaboration platform, Fuze Meeting.

In all, that should make it easier for me to talk to you, and that's a good thing. --Jim

Will Facebook's new platform circumvent Apple's App Store?

FierceMobileContent: Monetizing Mobile Content


 

ACT NOW: Only 2 Weeks Left to Register!

This FREE interactive virtual event includes speakers from AT&T, Sprint, Telenor Connexion, Ford Motor Company, Wireless-Life Sciences Alliance, mHealth Alliance, and more!

Outstanding content, killer networking opportunities,
and no travel required.


Today's Top Stories
1. Report: Facebook mobile platform will circumvent Apple's App Store
2. Legislation mandates companies get consent before sharing location data
3. Yahoo tackles app store overload with free discovery solution
4. Zynga unveils multi-language 'CityVille Hometown'
5. YuMe scoops up mobile video ad network Appealing Media

Editor's Corner: How mobile is changing the way Americans watch TV

Also Noted: Spotlight On... AT&T launches Mobile Barcode Services package
Aylus Networks closes $16 million round; LG launches Green Lantern mobile campaign and much more...

Ringback tones a failure in the United States - but why?
RBTs - girl listening to music on phoneJust a few years ago, analysts were predicting that ringback tones would take over the mobile music market. Ringtones had been selling successfully, so why shouldn't ringback tones--essentially reverse-ringtones, where a song or sound clip is heard by the caller rather than the receiver--achieve the same level of success? Ringbacks never entertained the same level of success as ringtones in the U.S. as analysts predicted, though they are extremely popular in Asia and parts of Africa. Will ringbacks progressively become more popular in the U.S., as with many other Asian technological trends? Or will they simply bypass North America altogether? Feature


New Fierce eBook: Building a Better Backhaul Network

This eBook from FierceWireless we will look at how operators are designing better backhaul networks and planning ahead for the next round of capacity constraints. Click here to download today.




Editor's Corner

How mobile is changing the way Americans watch TV

By Jason Ankeny Comment | Forward | Twitter | Facebook | LinkedIn

Americans are watching more television at home than ever before according to the newest Nielsen viewer data--almost 159 hours per month, or 22 more minutes per person a month than last year. And really, who could blame us? Think of all the exceptional series currently in production: Mad Men, Eastbound and Down, Breaking Bad, Curb Your Enthusiasm, Parks and Recreation, It's Always Sunny in Philadelphia, Justified, Treme, Sons of Anarchy, Community... the list goes on and on. Add to that everything from live sports to award-winning documentary programming, and in terms of sheer quality, television has never been better. (Try saying that about contemporary Hollywood films or pop music.)

Television's current golden era corresponds with a wave of new digital devices and technologies giving users exponentially greater control over how, where and when they consume their favorite shows. Even so, home viewing continues to dwarf mobile and web video, Nielsen notes: Based on total users of each media platform, Americans spend about 25.5 hours each month watching video content online and 4 hours, 20 minutes screening mobile video--a fraction of the time they spend on their couches, glued to high-definition TV screens the size of compact cars. But mobile video viewing is growing by leaps and bounds: As recently as the first quarter of 2010, subscribers who consumed video on their mobile phones averaged just 3 hours, 37 minutes per month. Moreover, the number of U.S. consumers accessing mobile video in the first quarter of 2011 topped 28,500--a 41 percent year-over-year increase and up 100 percent since 2009.

There are multiple factors that explain the surging growth of mobile video, like increasing smartphone penetration, improved devices, more robust operator networks and device-optimized apps like Hulu Plus, WatchESPN and HBO Go. But with so many different kinds of compelling experiences vying for wireless subscribers' time and attention, you also can't discount the fundamental appeal of the video content available across the mobile platform--now more than ever, there's an abundance of good stuff to watch, and users are forgoing games, social networking and other apps to take it all in. Long derided as a vast cultural wasteland, TV is now the premier narrative format of the era: The most engrossing and groundbreaking stories unfold each week on broadcast and cable networks. Perhaps the only way you can see everything you want to see is to offload some shows from the TV to your phone, playing catch up while on a train, on a bus or sitting in the doctor's waiting room.

Mobile video may never surpass home television viewing as the format of choice. There's no question that the cinematic scope and nuance of programs like Mad Men suffer as screen sizes diminish. But in an age where keeping up with television is basically a full-time job--a particularly problematic proposition if you have an actual full-time job--then mobile video is more than a viable alternative. It's a no-brainer. And for a growing segment of TV junkies, it's becoming as essential as remote controls and DVRs.--Jason

 

Expo New York 2011 Web 2.0 networking events

Web 2.0 Expo :: Oct. 10-13, 2011 :: Sheraton NY Hotel and Towers :: New York, NY
Web 2.0 Expo/NY 2011:
Registration Now Open

Following last year's sold out event, Web 2.0 Expo New York has returned for a fourth year of inspiring keynotes, hands-on learning sessions, a buzzing expo hall floor, and late-into-the-night networking events and parties. We'll highlight detailed case studies, lessons learned, and disruptive ideas from around the country and the vibrant New York tech scene, home to international web successes and soon-to-launch game changers. Register now to join us and the builders of the next generation Web this October 10-13 at the Sheraton New York Hotel & Towers.

Conference Tracks

• Design & UI

• Development

• Social Media

• Marketing• Product

• Strategy & Business Models

• Big Ideas

Register Before August 25 for Best Price
Register using discount code webny11pc31 to save an additional 25% on all conference passes. We sold out last year's show, so be sure to secure your spot early!

6.10.2011

the Best Point of Entry for Your Cloud Journey

COMPLIMENTARY EDITORIAL EVENT
Getting Started In The Cloud: Entry Points To Make Your Business More Competitive

June 17, 2011
12:00 p.m. ET / 9:00 a.m. PT
Duration: 60 minutes

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Are you thinking of deploying a cloud strategy? Do you have questions about how to incorporate cloud technology into your current infrastructure?

Join us for this live, interactive eSeminar and hear from industry experts where the best point of entry is for small and midsize businesses to utilize cloud services.

Attend this online-only event to learn:
  • How to adopt cloud technology for smaller, non-critical workloads first
  • What are the real concerns regarding legacy infrastructure integration
  • How moving to the cloud can add incremental capabilities in terms of data storage and access
Register now to find out how to begin your cloud journey.

6.01.2011

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