Archive for January, 2006
AOL has already had their Enhanced Whitelist program but with Goodmail CertfiedEmail program they will also allow images and hyperlinks from accredited senders, which will have to pay to be accredited. Accredited senders will have a “trust symbol” in their messages.
I have just read this report from E27 Summit on TechCrunch. They wrote about nine start-up companies that offer interesting Web 2.0 services. They had presentation on Stanford University. Those start-ip companies are founded by entrepreneurs who are less than 27 years old.
Reviewed start-up companies are: BillMonk, 411 Metro, Standpoint, LicketyShip, Flagr, PlaceSite, Box.Net, Skobee, NeuroSky.
Click here for the complete report.
According to adult magazine xbiz.com, controversial domain name, sex.com, the world’s probably most interesting domain, has been sold to Boston-based Escom LLC for $14 million! On CNN, reported price was $12 million. Anyway, this is for the Guinness World of Records!
Click here for more info.
If you like podcasts, I recommend you this great podcast made with Robert Martin, Sales and Marketing Director in Infacta, Ltd., Ireland-based group messaging company and published on Shareware Radio. He talks about their products, current trends in email marketing, how they market their products, future plans and other interesting stuff.