Archives for June 2009

How to restructure the org chart of online companies for better revenues?

Online companies are constantly working on increasing revenues. Chances are during this recession period every company is.  So how could the Indian online industry increase its revenues? Came across this interesting blog posting on Lightspeed’s blog, it is not about Indian online industry but general media companies.

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Forget the brand/logo, which search engine works for you?

Most of us would agree a ‘brand’ has an influence on the liking of a product. Ask anyone ‘Which search engine works for you the best?”, the obvious answer you expect to hear is ‘Google of course’.

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Can the government push languages on the net? No!

India’s premier industry body Confederation of Indian Industries (CII) has submitted their recommendations to the Telecom Minister. More about this can be read on Medianama. I was surprised to see a note about languages, Read more on Can the government push languages on the net? No!…

Post Elections: Which netas are still active online?

Few of our politicians had started tweeting during elections. Now that the elections are done who is still active? There was a “plug” in Bangalore Mirror which talked about SM Krishna tweeting and just one sentence about Shashi Tharoor‘s tweets.

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Governments hearing tweets loud and clear

Twitter has been lately in the news for political reasons – Iran’s Presidential (rigged) elections. Came across a very funny image related to twitter and Iranian president today, I doubt Mr. Ahmadinedschad finds it funny!

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