Eddie Choi | January 25, 2011 | 2 Comments | inShare1 Why China’s Ad Networks Are Different From the West
Dipleague Dipleague is a free mailing list service provided by Zimbabwe Online (ZOL). Dipleague is an announcement-type mailing list in that members of the mailing list can broadcast an email message to all other members (subscribers) of the mailing list. All correspondence is via email. Dipleague was originally conceived as a tool for members of the diplomatic and non-governmental organisation (NGO) communities in Zimbabwe to help one another acclimatise in the country. The mailing list has since grown to include thousands of subscribers, providing a platform for email users to obtain and share all kinds of information. Dipleague is hosted by ZOL and runs on open-source technologies.
htmlSQL/examples at master · hxseven/htmlSQL
Screen scraping is the art of programatically extracting data from websites. If you think it's useful: it is. If you think it's difficult: it isn't. And if you think it's easy to really piss off administrators with ill-considered scripts, you're damn right. This is a tutorial on not just screen scraping, but socially responsible screen scraping. Its an amalgam of getting the data you want and the Golden Rule, and reading it is going to make the web a better place. An Introduction to Compassionate Screen Scraping
TxtRoo, a company that was invented and coded into existence from the Stanford StartupBus headed to SXSW in Austin, Texas last week, can best be described as a Yelp for the feature phone market. Like Yelp, which delivers user reviews and other local business information to both web and smartphone users, TxtRoo aims to do the same using SMS text messages. What’s most interesting about TxtRoo, however, is how quickly it was able to sign up customers. The team had commitments from half a dozen local businesses before the prototype was even finished – about 6 hours into its development. The company was one of the many teams on this year’s StartupBus event, a 72-hour hackathon that challenges entrepreneurs to design, build and pitch a business idea while traveling from their hometowns to SXSW in Austin, Texas. TxtRoo Launches A Yelp For The Feature Phone Market
PHPCrawl - Webcrawler Class
Accessing the Data | CommonCrawl Accessing Common Crawl Data Common Crawl is an attempt to create an open and accessible crawl of the web. This document describes the steps required to access the latest Common Crawl corpus. You can access the Hadoop classes and other code in our GitHub repository. Background Common Crawl is a Web Scale crawl, and as such, each version of our crawl contains billions of documents from the various sites that we are successfully able to crawl.
Amazon Simple Notification Service (SNS) is a fast, flexible, fully managed push messaging service. SNS makes it simple and cost-effective to push to mobile devices such as iPhone, iPad, Android, Kindle Fire, and internet connected smart devices, as well as pushing to other distributed services. Besides pushing cloud notifications directly to mobile devices, SNS can also deliver notifications by SMS text message or email, to Simple Queue Service (SQS) queues, or to any HTTP endpoint. Simple Notification Service (Amazon SNS)
James Citron is CEO and Co-Founder of Mogreet, the worldʼs first mobile video marketing platform. The digital entrepreneur has more than a decade of experience in the mobile industry with a proven track record for introducing successful, cutting-edge technology into the global marketplace. Follow him at @jamescitron. Five years ago, a Canadian handset company stormed onto the scene with the hottest “must have” mobile device. The RIM BlackBerry was around before the iPhone, when the Droid was still just science fiction. 4 Ways BlackBerry Can Stay Relevant
New tools to help online publishers Go Mobile Last November, we launched our Go Mobile (“GoMo”) initiative to help business build mobile friendly websites. By popular demand, today we’re launching a new suite of tools on howtogomo.com designed specifically for the needs of web content publishers.4 out of 5 online publishers don’t have a mobile-optimized website, and they risk losing their fastest-growing audience. Online publisher Baby Gaga is one of the 20% who have made the leap to mobile. Two weeks after launching their mobile-friendly website they saw a 64% increase in mobile visits. This leading destination for educational materials and social support for pregnant women also saw an 82% increase in mobile page views and a 50% increase in revenue from mobile (full case study). Today Baby Gaga’s mobile users don’t need to squint and they view more pages per visit.
Top 5 Mobile Advertising Trends To Watch Mobile advertising is increasingly important, as cell phone adoption rates, especially smartphone adoption rates, soar. With a range of mobile advertising options, including SMS, WAP, mobile app display ads, search ads, rich media, video and push notifications, the landscape can be a bit complicated. After a tough 2009, advertisers are expected to increase mobile and digital marketing budgets over the next year. With this in mind, it's essential that advertisers keep up-to-date on their options in the mobile space. Here, we've laid out five mobile advertising trends to watch over the coming year. Let us know which trends you're keeping your eyes on in the comments below.
Pricing - 46elks.com - Empower your apps with Voice, SMS & MMS
Local phone numbers e.g.+1 -415-xxx-xxxx for San Francisco, United States $1 / mo phone numbers Connect with local numbers 1¢ / min and up to receive calls
Pricing | Adzerk