Hereby ten links for the weekly digest of week 28 of 2010
- Internet investment’s new champions: The emerging online giants
DST, Naspers and Tencent have made promising internet investments in many emerging markets. Now even Western internet financiers are emulating them
- Digital sales gains over physical in 2011
According to data released July 7 by Nielsen SoundScan, the sales tracking system for music, published by Billboard magazine, digital albums now account for 27.4% of music purchases, up from 21.5% at the same point last year.
- Ben & Jerry’s Drops Email Marketing In Favor of Social Media
Ben & Jerry’s Ice Cream of Vermont announced in an email to their subscribers last week that they will be discontinuing their regular email marketing campaigns, in favor of social media.
- New World of Warcraft Pet, Celestial Steed Banks $2 million in 4 hours
If you haven’t been surfing through Bilzzard’s pet store in the past two days, you might have missed one of the new pets for WoW: Celestial Steed.
- Microsoft Pays Mobile App Developers to Help It Catch Apple
Microsoft Corp. is paying developers to build mobile applications for its Windows Phone 7 system to help it narrow a lead by rival products from Apple Inc. and Google Inc.
- The Old Spice Social Media Campaign by the Numbers
- Web 2.0: Is the public sector really behind the private sector?
- The intranet is dead. Long live the intranet.
- How To Drive Adoption For Your Enterprise 2.0 Deployment with Videos
- Gen Y Isn’t Leaving Social Media – Are You Ready For Them?
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