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Why Isn't Anyone 'Flock'ing?

FlockAs of July 2009, Mozilla’s Firefox accounted for nearly 23% of all browser usage – making it the second most popular Web browser worldwide behind Microsoft’s many versions of Internet Explorer, which claim 68% of the browser-usage pie.

While these two browsers are the most popular, there are several others – including Opera, Chrome and Safari – which begs the question, is there room for anybody else?

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Why Isn't Anyone 'Flock'ing?

FlockAs of July 2009, Mozilla’s Firefox accounted for nearly 23% of all browser usage – making it the second most popular Web browser worldwide behind Microsoft’s many versions of Internet Explorer, which claim 68% of the browser-usage pie.

While these two browsers are the most popular, there are several others – including Opera, Chrome and Safari – which begs the question, is there room for anybody else?

Continue reading ‘Why Isn't Anyone 'Flock'ing?’

You Can Take Our TV and Cell Phones, But Don't Touch the Internet

PewInternetProjectDon’t let the throngs of people clamoring for the new iPhone 3G S outside your neighborhood Apple store fool you. A new study from Pew Internet & American Life Project shows that in this time of economic hardship, people are giving up cell phones and TV.

One thing Americans aren’t willing to part with, however, is Internet service. In fact, even in the face of financial turmoil, more and more people are purchasing high-speed Internet.

A few key stats from the study:

You Can Take Our TV and Cell Phones, But Don't Touch the Internet

PewInternetProjectDon’t let the throngs of people clamoring for the new iPhone 3G S outside your neighborhood Apple store fool you. A new study from Pew Internet & American Life Project shows that in this time of economic hardship, people are giving up cell phones and TV.

One thing Americans aren’t willing to part with, however, is Internet service. In fact, even in the face of financial turmoil, more and more people are purchasing high-speed Internet.

A few key stats from the study:

Orkut: Not as Popular as Myspace or Facebook, but Still Worth Your Time

Orkut: Not as Popular as Myspace or Facebook, but Still Worth Your Time

The name “Orkut” sounds like some kind of mysterious JK Rowling creature…but when you get down to it, so does “Google.” Orkut.com happens to be Google’s original Social Networking site named after its creator, and employee of Google – Orkut Büyükkökten. The three top countries that use Orkut are Brazil, India and the United States, with Brazilian members making up more than half of the user base.

Competing with the big heavy sites like MySpace and Facebook has limited Orkut’s impact within the US market, but Google has continued to add exciting new features to stimulate user satisfaction, activity and new applications. Throughout 2008, some new features that have been added range from chatting (via Google Talk), to mobile, to enabling private forums.

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Litmus Puts Its 'Fingerprint' on E-mail Client Stats

fingerprint1Whoa! Color us impressed.

A new service from Litmus’ Fingerprint e-mail analysis system offers accurate, up-to-date statistics on e-mail client usage.

Until now, the Internet marketing industry had to rely solely on suspicion when it came to who was using what e-mail client, leaving us to test our e-mails blindly. Even then it was anybody’s guess how it’d turn out on the other end if recipients were using an e-mail client not on our radar. At the very least, the process made us feel better.

This new service, however – well, it can tell you exactly what e-mail clients your customers are using. By embedding a single line of HTML code in your e-mail newsletter template, Fingerprint will deliver near-real-time statistics with its patent pending technology.

Your head is spinning, right? Ours, too.

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Litmus Puts Its 'Fingerprint' on E-mail Client Stats

fingerprint1Whoa! Color us impressed.

A new service from Litmus’ Fingerprint e-mail analysis system offers accurate, up-to-date statistics on e-mail client usage.

Until now, the Internet marketing industry had to rely solely on suspicion when it came to who was using what e-mail client, leaving us to test our e-mails blindly. Even then it was anybody’s guess how it’d turn out on the other end if recipients were using an e-mail client not on our radar. At the very least, the process made us feel better.

This new service, however – well, it can tell you exactly what e-mail clients your customers are using. By embedding a single line of HTML code in your e-mail newsletter template, Fingerprint will deliver near-real-time statistics with its patent pending technology.

Your head is spinning, right? Ours, too.

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