WM Share Roundup: 5/31/07
US Arrests Internet 'SPAM' king
Robert Soloway, 27, was arrested in Seattle, Washington, after being indicted on charges of mail fraud, identity theft and money laundering.
Seeing Web Traffic with Virtual Cities and Heatmaps
"There is a real demand for Web analytics at the small- to mid-sized business level," said Bill Gassman, a Gartner analyst, "where solutions offered by WebTrends and Omniture might be too complex -- and too expensive."
People power fuels new search engine
While the internet's major search engines keep adding more computers to scan the web and run increasingly sophisticated algorithms to pull up meaningful results, dot-com luminary Jason Calacanis thinks there's still a place for people power.
Google takes big step to make Web work offline
Google Inc. said Wednesday (May 30) it had created Web software that runs both online, and offline, marking a sea change for the Internet industry by letting users work on planes, trains, spotty connections and even in the most remote locations.
Email Report Card From Lyris
Still having trouble with email deliverability? It may not be the actual content contained in those emails as much as was previously thought according to Lyris EmailAdvisor's most recent ISP Deliverability report.
Publish or Perish: The Coming Content Wars
A few days ago, a report showed that Internet advertising was up 35% last year, hitting almost $17 billion. It’s been almost a year since we reported, “Web Advertising Spending Too Low,” and it looks like advertisers are starting to close the gap.
A list of web ready CRMs companies
Many startups out there need to keep track of customer, prospect, and partner information, including the status of those relationships. For many, SalesForce is too expensive for their needs. A list of CRM systems you could use.