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Archive for November, 2008

This press release by New York company AMI Partners looks at the rapidly increasing participation of small businesses in social networking as a way of advertising and promoting themselves.  Social networking is being seen as an expedient way, in the current downturn, of keeping in touch with current clients and finding new ones.

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Financial Times podcasts

The Financial Times have recently entered the world of podcasting.  By subscribing to the podcasts via Itunes you will be able to listen to recent programmes on a variety of subjects such as digital business, long-term investing, or look through the archives  of the FT Money Show, and choose a programme.

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This is the first such publication by the U.S. News & World Report and was drawn from material published by THE-QS World Unversity Rankings which is published in conjunction with QS Quacquarelli Symonds.  It includes Australasian and New Zealand universities as well, and also ranks by subject.   Thanks to Resourceshelf

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This is Ofcom’s (British Office of Communications) international communications report.  Although the data is restricted to mainly the United Kingdom, France, USA, Japan, Italy, Germany and Canada, it also profiles some of the larger emerging economies, and its findings are probably of interest to us in New Zealand.  The report (available fulltext in pdf format)  covers […]

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New business search engine

Biznar (still in beta form) is a free federated search portal for business researchers (searches over a variety of sources including blogs, wikis, mainstream searches  and deep web sources).  It looks very promising.

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This  is a useful reference page which can be found on the U.K. government’s BusinessLink website.  It deals with all aspects of CRM (customer relationship management) Thanks to Intute

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This very recent report entitled Online communities and their impact on business: ignore at your peril by Rubicon Consulting came out of a survey they undertook to see how people in the U.S. used the web.   The major implication for companies was the need to understand the role the web played in their industry. Thanks to […]

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