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Amazon Internet business model

Posted by on March 10, 2014 – 01:47 pm

Amazon Internet business model

Sorry, got dragged into that pest otherwise known as work. My characterization of $19 as being overpriced was not subjective. I was thinking that if you re paying $19 for a disc you can get on itunes for $10, or even used on Amazon, you re getting hosed. And itunes is a perfect example of major record labels failure to adapt. Early on, they didn t view it as an opportunity but a threat to their bottom line. Many had to basically be dragged kicking and screaming into offering their music through itunes (a notable example was the Beatles back…

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Business models on the Internet

Posted by on March 19, 2014 – 05:31 am

Business models on the Internet

you should be sure of your facts I provide consulting services for Internet business models. I track ad revenues as well as costs for infrastructure, bandwidth, etc. Ad revenues from video on the Internet do NOT cover operating costs. Not even close. And much of the current Internet programming has no ads. And as I stated in my previous post, nobody has figured out how to make money it s all just hoping and wishing at this point, and will remain so for the foreseeable future. The programming on the Internet is all running at a substantial…

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Successful Internet business models

Posted by on February 23, 2014 – 10:06 am

Successful Internet business models

I don t know any millionares. Maybe 1. Maybe 2 - But there most certainly are men in the 6-figure salary range with comfy lifestyles doing internet dating. And many of them are in fact looking for a tradtional wife. I met a lot of them. Business owners, doctors, philanthropists. Several became friends; so I got to see how things played out. One married a sweet gal from Russia with grown kids. Several just playing around. One looking for a woman who is both super smart and subservient (he s having a bit of trouble; but I think he found someone…

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Internet business models and strategies

Posted by on April 21, 2014 – 01:37 pm

Internet business models and strategies

The propaganda model revisited July, 1996 Monthly Review by Edward S. Herman In Manufacturing Consent: The Political Economy of the Mass Media (Pantheon, 1988) Noam Chomsky and I put forward a propaganda model as a framework for analyzing and understanding how the mainstream U.S. media work and why they perform as they do. We had long been impressed with the regularity with which the media operate within restricted assumptions, depend heavily and uncritically on elite information sources, and participate in propaganda campaigns helpful to elite…

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Business Models, Internet of Things

Posted by on February 11, 2014 – 08:53 am

Business Models, Internet of Things

Lawsuits on 12-year-old kids for downloading music, duping a mother into paying a $2, settlement for her kid? said rapper Chuck D of Public Enemy. Those scare tactics are pure Gestapo. File sharing is a reality, and it would seem that the labels would do well to learn how to incorporate it into their business models somehow, said genre- busting DJ Moby in a post on his Web site. Record companies suing 12-year-old girls for file sharing is kind of like horse-and-buggy operators suing Henry Ford. They re protecting an archaic industry…

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Internet business models examples

Posted by on March 28, 2014 – 08:27 am

Internet business models examples

Throughout much of the country, individuals, families and companies have usually only one or two choices for accessing the Internet: through the cable company or the telephone company. Similar to utilities such as water and electricity, the reason for this is that the State intervened and gave certain companies a geographic monopoly for offering these services. Whether or not proponents of net neutrality want to acknowledge that scarcity exists, it does. Despite continued increase in bandwidth capacity, a router can only handle a certain amount…

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Internet business models Cyber Crime

Posted by on April 3, 2014 – 01:27 pm

Internet business models Cyber Crime

First of all, it is important to define what we exactly mean with the term “cybercrime”. Cybercrime is mainly related to the following, illegal activities, mainly carried out through the Internet media: Phishing Malware Scams DDoS attacks Child pornography Generic Porn On-line games Often, IP classes used by cybercriminals (i.e. RBN), share their illegal services on various IP address, as we can see from the following screenshot, related to a research carried on by David Bizeul Now, once realised which are the services that cybercriminals must sell…

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