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Insights - Développeurs Facebook Q: How long does it take Facebook to process and display Insights data? A: The data you access through Insights is at most 48 hours old. In the event of a delay, we will announce it on Platform Status. Q: What time zone are your metrics based on? A: All daily, weekly and monthly Insights data are aggregated according to PDT (Pacific Daylight Time). Q: What's the minimum number of people who have to like a Page before I can see Insights for that Page? A: For privacy reasons, Insights are only provided to Pages that have been liked by more than 30 people. Q: What is an active user? A: For apps, people are considered active users if, having granted the app permissions, they have done one of the following: Visited the app Canvas pageViewed the app on a Page profile tabVisited an external website when logged into that site with their Facebook accountHad the Facebook API called on their behalf with an active user session. Q: What geographic and demographic data is available?

Y, ¿qué es del e-Commerce en Latinoamérica? 107 107 Flares × Bien es sabido que Latinoamérica es una de las regiones del mundo donde se encuentran grandes economías emergentes, como es el caso de Brasil. El PIB de esta región aumenta año a año a mayor ritmo que el de zonas desarrolladas como la Unión Europea o las economías avanzadas del G-7 que han registrado una variación porcentual del PIB en 2011 del 1,62% y 1,38% respectivamente en comparación con el crecimiento del 4,52% que experimentó la zona de América Latina y el Caribe. Este dato es un buen reflejo del desarrollo económico que está ocurriendo en la zona en general, pero un interrogante que me viene a la cabeza es ¿qué está pasando con el sector del e-Commerce? Claro está que si no es por el desarrollo que ha tenido Internet en los últimos años y su aceptación por parte de la sociedad ahora mismo no estaría escribiendo esta entrada y probablemente ni existiría blog alguno donde colgarla. - Toute l'actualité des plateformes sociales (blogs, wikis, réseaux sociaux, microblog…) et du Social Business (marketing + CRM + commerce) Scorecard Research 25 Things I Learned From Opening a Bookstore 1. People are getting rid of bookshelves. Treat the money you budgeted for shelving as found money. Go to garage sales and cruise the curbs. 2. While you're drafting that business plan, cut your projected profits in half. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10. 11. 12. 13. 14. 15. 16. 17. 18. 19. 20. 21. 22. 23. 24. 25.

Coût stockage e-mails 01net. le 16/12/08 à 15h00 Combien nous coûte ce flot incessant d'e-mails que nous recevons chaque jour ? Le cabinet d'analyse Radicati a réalisé une étude à la commande de HP sur le coût du stockage des e-mails pour une entreprise de 10 000 personnes. Pour arriver à ce chiffre faramineux, le cabinet a fait les hypothèses suivantes. Deux nouveaux serveurs par an L'entreprise nécessite d'emblée une trentaine de serveurs (qui ne figurent pas dans le tableau des coûts). L'entreprise doit également tenir compte de la maintenance, des mises à jour, de l'administration et de la formation. Commanditée par HP, l'étude a pour but de promouvoir les solutions de stockage du constructeur. Wysistat : Statistique de site internet, statistiques de fréquentation.

16 Chinese Startups Came Out With A Bang At The ChinaBang Conference Editor’s note: Guest authors Gang Lu, Ben Jiang and Jason Lim are the editors of TechNode, a bilingual blog based in China. ChinaBang conference, an annual two-day event with a focus on local startups, innovation and entrepreneurship, was held last weekend in Beijing. With a mixture of keynote and panel discussions from local startup founders and entrepreneurs, the awards ceremony recognized the best Chinese startups and founders in 2011 and featured a startup launchpad contest. Here is the rundown of all startups presented on stage in the launchpad. First Prize: TukeQ – Won RMB10,000 and A Trip to Finland, the home of Angry Birds Founder Alex Su presented an attractive demo of his social web and mobile travel organizer app, TukeQ. As the winner, TukeQ took away the biggest cash prize of RMB10,000 sponsored by Silicon Valley Bank and a trip to Finland, the original land of Angry Birds, co-organized by Rovio and presented by Paul Chen, CEO of Rovio China. Second Prize: Mugeda – Won RMB5,000

Rendu du mémoire Médiamétrie-eStat | La référence de la mesure au service d'Internet The riskiest tech business decisions Web Analytics in Real Time | Clicky Amazon, the Company That Ate the World Jeff Bezos is channeling Steve Jobs. It’s mid-September and the wiry billionaire founder of (AMZN) is at his brand-new corporate headquarters in Seattle, in a building named Day One South after his conviction that 17-year-old Amazon is still in its infancy. Almost giddy with excitement, Bezos retrieves one by one the new crop of dirt-cheap Kindle e-readers—they start at $79—from a hidden perch on a chair tucked into a conference room table. When he’s done showing them off, he stands up, and, for an audience of a single journalist, announces, “Now, I’ve got one more thing to show you.” He waits a half-beat to make sure the reference to Jobs’s famous line from Apple (AAPL) presentations hasn’t been missed, then gives his notorious barking laugh. With that, Bezos pulls out the Kindle Fire, Amazon’s long-anticipated tablet computer—and the first credible response to the Apple iPad. “What we are doing is offering premium products at non-premium prices,” Bezos says.