Home » Blogging » Are You Missing Out on These Strategies of Marketing on YouTube? This could send your mind in a tizzy. There is no doubt about the fact that the number one search engine in the world is Google, but which is the second one? Try guessing - No it isn't Yahoo or MSN. It is our very own popular video sharing site Youtube.com. Believe it or not the paragraph below will help you get some insight on the birth, growth and domination of this video sharing giant: Youtube is the most popular video sharing website on Web and the world's third most Visited website (according to Alexa). Youtube Founders - Chad Hurley, Steve and Jawed fot this idea during a dinner party in Steve Chen's Apartment in San Fransisco. Internet Search Giant Google - Bought Youtube in Novemeber 2006 at $1.65 billion. An Average Internet user spends 15 minutes i.e 900 seconds on Youtube Daily. 24 Hours of Video is uploaded on Youtube Every minute which is equal to 150,000 full length videos every week. … [Read more...] about Are You Missing Out on These Strategies of Marketing on YouTube?
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I was obsessed with Google and Gmail was my e-mail hub even as a Microsoft fanatic. But with the launch of Windows 8 things have changed as I finally migrated to more Microsoft services (Outlook.com, OneNote, SkyDrive, etc.) from Google (Gmail, Notebook, Google Drive, etc.). And now I really love my Outlook.com Inbox (thanks to Windows Live Admin Center). Read: The Google Alternatives: How To Break Free From Google’s Prison With Outlook.com, Microsoft Is Finally Trying To Be ‘Cool’ Outlook.com – Welcome 10 Reasons Why I Love The New Outlook.com It’s got a a fresh, clean, and an intuitive interface. It’s integrated to Google, Facebook, Twitter, and LinkedIn account. It can recover deleted messages. It can sort messages (by date, sender, size, etc.) in one-click. It allows to sign in with a single-use code without entering password. It allows to create e-mail aliases and can even rename our e-mail id. It offers virtually unlimited … [Read more...] about My 18 Suggestions To Outlook.com: Microsoft, Are You Listening?
Dear Microsoft, there’s no doubt that Outlook.com (previously Windows Live Hotmail, Microsoft Hotmail) is cooler than Gmail or Yahoo! Mail. But you know what? Gmail (or Google Mail) is way ahead of any other e-mail service when it comes to productivity. I’m using Gmail ever since they launched as an invite-only beta release and it’s Gmail and not Hotmail or Yahoo! Mail that redefined the way I use an e-mail service. That said, as a Microsoft fanatic I finally migrated to Outlook.com from Gmail last year even though I was aware that I’m not going to get all the features I enjoy from Google Mail. But that migration was part of my break-free from Google as I was too obsessed with Google products. So today, I would like to compare Outlook.com vs. Gmail vs. Yahoo! Mail to revisit the features I enjoyed at Gmail that “Hotmail…”, err, “Outlook” doesn’t support. You’ve compared Outlook.com with Gmail and Yahoo! Mail with a bias … [Read more...] about Gmail vs. Hotmail vs. Yahoo! Mail: An Ultimate Comparison
Home » Blogging » Online Reputation Management: Evaluating, Protecting, Restoring And Outsourcing Though the web has given an increased exposure to top ranking professionals, products, services and businesses, which has brought them an increased value but has also created a scenario where malicious attempts or otherwise someone or some organization might make a derogatory online statement that can spread like wildfire on the internet and destroy all the reputation that you have earned over the years. Protecting your online reputation should be one of the primary tasks that should be on your agenda if you want to prevent any such damage. In this post we will try to understand what is reputation management, how does it affect you, what are some of the top internet resources to gain more insight about reputation management and who are the best companies and people to talk to if someone has already done the damage and you want it to be rectified as soon as possible. Let us … [Read more...] about Online Reputation Management: Evaluating, Protecting & Outsourcing
Hotmail is your e-mail friend, right? And by now you probably know that Microsoft has rebranded Hotmail as Outlook.com (see the official blogpost here) in an effort to compete with Google Mail (Gmail). Hotmail was one of the first web-based email services and is still world’s largest e-mail service with over 350 million users, according to comScore (June 2012). “Hot..”, err, “Outlook” is better than you think and is perhaps the only Internet brand that has redefined itself several times. The Brand “Hotmail” Hotmail (1996 – 1998) MSN Hotmail (1998 – 2006) Windows Live Hotmail (2007 – 2011) Microsoft Hotmail (2011 – 2012) Outlook [or Microsoft account?] (2012 – ?) Over the past several years, Microsoft supported e-mail addresses on the following top level domains – @msn.com, @hotmail.com, @live.com, and now @outlook.com. I love everything Microsoft (maybe because I’m a Microsoft fanatic) and I … [Read more...] about 13 Hotmail (Now Outlook) Tips & Tricks You Probably Don’t Know