Best Web Analytics 2.0 Tools: Quantitative, Qualitative, Life Saving!

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What is the first thing you want when you think about web analytics? recommending tools for the complete web analytics 2.0 Web Analytics 2.0. This blog post is about web analytics 2.0. As defined in my second book Web Analytics 2.0 The Best Web Analytics 2.0

5 Typography Tweaks For Better Web Design & Response

ConversionXL

That’s true in print, and it’s equally true on the web. And since the average website is between 90 and 95% text, one leading expert wisely observes that “web design is ninety-five percent typography.”. If text is underlined on the web, that exclusively indicates a clickable hyperlink.

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the vc in me.: Personalized Storytelling: Monetizing User.

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the vc in me.: What Makes a Good Consumer Internet Investment.

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Native App vs. Web App: Which Is Better for Mobile Commerce?

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Sourcebits offers design and development services for iOS, Android, Mobile and Web platforms. Marketing firm Performics reported that 49% of “heavy mobile web users&# have made a purchase using a mobile device. ); // Welcome to Mashable!

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Indeed

A VC : Venture Capital and Technology

The first great investment we made at USV was Indeed in the summer of 2005. Venture Capital and Technology Web/TechBrad had been looking for a search engine for jobs and I saw this post on John Battelle's blog in late 2004. I forwarded it to Brad and he reached out to Paul and Rony. It took two tries before we could convince them to take our money. They had bootstrapped the company, launched the service, and were well on their way. They didn't need our money.

Hip Hop Web

Will Price

While listening to Tupac in the car today, it struck me that web 2.0 Similarly, today's web tools are enabling thousands of web users to create content and applications without deep knowledge of programming languages and technology. Mashups are the web equivalent to rap's sampling, code jams the analog to rap's freestyle battles, beta launches the equivalent to demo tapes, shout-outs the analog to track-backs, Apple's Garageband software similar to Typepad or Jotspot.

New Web Site

Will Price

Hummer Winblad launched our new web site yesterday. The site provides a great overview of the firm , timeline of investments since founding in 1989, and our process. For those of you who know the firm well know that John's dog is a key member of the team. See if you can find an overview on our honorary senior canine leader

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Nailing It

A VC : Venture Capital and Technology

I saw dozens of pitches for what was essentially YouTube between 1998 and 2005. I’ve always loved the idea that we could do a massively public treasure hunt together using the web and mobile.

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Burnham's Beat: RSS and Google Base: Google Feeds Off The Web

Burnham's Beat

RSS and Google Base: Google Feeds Off The Web. There has been a lot of talk about Google Base today on the web and much of the reaction appears to be either muted or negative. With Googles endorsement, RSS has now graduated from a rather obscure content syndication standard to the exautled status of the webs default standard for data integration. November 16, 2005 in Blogs , EAI , Internet , RSS | Permalink. Web Services. Nov 16, 2005 3:40:32 PM.

Google Base + Vertical Search + RSS = Death of Walled Gardens

Burnham's Beat

Internet Stocks: 2005 Year In Review » 12/20/2005. Early on in the Internet’s evolution these sites were literally the only place on the web that one could go for this kind of information. The Internet of 2005 is a far different environment than the Internet of 1995. In 2005, things are a bit different. What RSS does is that it provides an automated way for the web to “feed” new information directly to interested people and computers. Web Services.

Burnham's Beat: $500M Folly: Wireless E-Mail Software Investing.

Burnham's Beat

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Wifi Nation…

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Do VCs Help in Building a Technology Platform?

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Pro-Broadband Muni Issue Goes National

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Christine: How to Pitch an Investor

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Allen's Blog: Commandment #6: Explain Your New Idea by Analogy.

Allen's Blog

Commandment #7: Limit Yourself to the Bakers Dozen » March 07, 2005. Among a bunch of other features and functionality, Pluck enables (I promise this advertisement will be brief) users to save, store and file web content in ways that allow groups of collaborators to access, over extended periods, the data stored in a collectively accessible place. March 7, 2005 | Permalink. Posted by: Ian Wilson | Mar 8, 2005 5:04:43 PM. Allens Blog. « Intermission | Main.

Allen's Blog: Commandment #4: Know Your Audience

Allen's Blog

Commandment #5: Create the "Aha" Early » January 11, 2005. At the very least (Commandment #1), you should have read the partner’s description on the firm’s web site, and googled him or her. Here are a few suggestions: · Ask how any of his relevant portfolio companies relate to your startup idea (and make sure that you’ve visited the web sites of those relevant portfolio companies). · January 11, 2005 | Permalink. Posted by: Vanilla Chin | Jan 12, 2005 4:08:15 PM.

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Burnham's Beat: Is RFID Application Oriented Networking's Killer App?

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Burnham's Beat: Nokia Buys Intellisync: Another Elephant Joins the.

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RSS and Google Base: Google Feeds Off The Web » 11/16/2005. November 16, 2005 in Wireless | Permalink. Web Services. Nov 16, 2005 10:49:58 AM. Web Services. Burnhams Beat. Articles on Technology and Finance. About Bill. Archived Posts. Blog Roll. IPO/M&A Lists. By Category. By Month. Recent Posts. Internet IPOs. Internet M&A. Software IPOs. Software M&A. Search This Blog. Subscribe to This Blog. RSS/ATOM Feed. Subscribe Via Email.

the vc in me.: Cool Vlogging Tool

the vc in me

The world has changed and there are a bunch of websites to allow easy transfer up to the web - whether its for citizen journalism or sheer vanity (like in my case). and also get it up on the web. November 15, 2005 in Sectors of Interest | Permalink. Good post - we've created a tool called Zen Mix that lets you put Web video on Web picture and apply cool blend mode effects. Web/Tech. Social Rank" will bring a new wave of disruptive web companies.

Burnham's Beat: Serial Persistence Follow-up

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Enterprise IT in 2014: Follow the Money

VC Cafe

As the Bull Market on Wall Street marks its fifth anniversary and the US economy is projected to grow at its fastest pace since 2005, Enterprise IT budgets are soaring.

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It's Raining Jobs! - VCball

VCball

December 14, 2005 | Permalink. Check out IDGs latest effort to innovate on tech reporting on the web. Marc Andreessen One of the most astute and even keeled observations about VCs and entrepreneurs on the web today. VCball. A New York based VCs quixotic search for new knowledge in early stage venture capital and entrepreneurship. Become a Fan. Subscribe via Email. Subscribe via Feeds. Subscribe in a reader. Twitter Updates. follow me on Twitter. Books Worth the Reading.

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the vc in me.: Mobile Infrastructure to Make It Easy

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Why Smart Business People Need to Go Virtual - VCball

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November 08, 2005 in Books | Permalink. Check out IDGs latest effort to innovate on tech reporting on the web. Marc Andreessen One of the most astute and even keeled observations about VCs and entrepreneurs on the web today. VCball. A New York based VCs quixotic search for new knowledge in early stage venture capital and entrepreneurship. Become a Fan. Subscribe via Email. Subscribe via Feeds. Subscribe in a reader. Twitter Updates. follow me on Twitter.

the vc in me.: MMOWs: Massively Multiplayer Online Worlds

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November 13, 2005 in Sectors of Interest | Permalink. Web/Tech. Social Rank" will bring a new wave of disruptive web companies. tee shirt prada on "Social Rank" will bring a new wave of disruptive web companies. the vc in me. Welcome! This blog broadcasts my thoughts on sectors of interest in my role as a venture capitalist as well as other ideas or tidbits on the business of entrepreneurship. I hope to engage entrepreneurs, VCs, and anyone else in dialogue! Archives.

the vc in me.: User-Generated Content

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October 10, 2005 in Sectors of Interest | Permalink. Web/Tech. Social Rank" will bring a new wave of disruptive web companies. tee shirt prada on "Social Rank" will bring a new wave of disruptive web companies. the vc in me. Welcome! This blog broadcasts my thoughts on sectors of interest in my role as a venture capitalist as well as other ideas or tidbits on the business of entrepreneurship. I hope to engage entrepreneurs, VCs, and anyone else in dialogue! Archives.

the vc in me.: Consumer Healthcare Search

the vc in me

October 10, 2005 in Sectors of Interest | Permalink. Web/Tech. Social Rank" will bring a new wave of disruptive web companies. tee shirt prada on "Social Rank" will bring a new wave of disruptive web companies. the vc in me. Welcome! This blog broadcasts my thoughts on sectors of interest in my role as a venture capitalist as well as other ideas or tidbits on the business of entrepreneurship. I hope to engage entrepreneurs, VCs, and anyone else in dialogue! Archives.

Congrats, Jason, for keeping that pecker hard! - VCball

VCball

October 09, 2005 in Entrepreneurship and VC | Permalink. Listed below are links to weblogs that reference Congrats, Jason, for keeping that pecker hard! : » Yahoo improves My Web 2.0 My Web 2.0 is an extension of the My Web personal search service. My Web 2.0 Check out IDGs latest effort to innovate on tech reporting on the web. Marc Andreessen One of the most astute and even keeled observations about VCs and entrepreneurs on the web today.

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Make a Difference - VCball

VCball

August 12, 2005 in Books | Permalink. Check out IDGs latest effort to innovate on tech reporting on the web. Marc Andreessen One of the most astute and even keeled observations about VCs and entrepreneurs on the web today. VCball. A New York based VCs quixotic search for new knowledge in early stage venture capital and entrepreneurship. Become a Fan. Subscribe via Email. Subscribe via Feeds. Subscribe in a reader. Twitter Updates. follow me on Twitter.

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TechCrunch

Will Price

The blog is a great way to stay abreast of the latest and greatest on the web. I write to introduce people to a great blog written by Keith Teare and Michael Arrington, ex-Realnames executives. The blog, TechCrunch, profiles newly launched Internet businesses, products, and services. As an example, the site recently profiled Skype's Outlook plug-in. Check it out

Looking for a job?

Will Price

In 2005 Q1, VCs funded 290 IT deals with $2.9 suggest the following steps: Education The web offers a variety of very useful tools and sites that help discover companies of interest. As a VC, I am frequently asked to meet with people looking for a job. The broad perspective enjoyed by many VC firms provides a birds-eye view into emerging markets, new companies, and areas of opportunity.

Rich Price - music you need to hear

Will Price

Finally, if you know of artists who are setting the standard wrt leveraging web 2.0 My brother, Rich Price , is an amazing musician and a wonderful talent. Richard is a singer-song writer who is growing a great fan base, radio play , on movie soundtracks , and has released two wonderful albums ( Miles from Anywhere , and Night Opens ). Both albums are available on iTunes. He recently launched a podcast and joined the blogosphere.

I Love NY Tax Credits - VCball

VCball

July 17, 2005 in Entrepreneurship and VC | Permalink. Check out IDGs latest effort to innovate on tech reporting on the web. Marc Andreessen One of the most astute and even keeled observations about VCs and entrepreneurs on the web today. VCball. A New York based VCs quixotic search for new knowledge in early stage venture capital and entrepreneurship. Become a Fan. Subscribe via Email. Subscribe via Feeds. Subscribe in a reader. Twitter Updates. follow me on Twitter.

Teach Me to be a Successful Entrepreneur While I Stand on One.

VCball

May 02, 2005 in Entrepreneurship and VC | Permalink. Tracked on June 30, 2005 at 05:40 AM. Check out IDGs latest effort to innovate on tech reporting on the web. Marc Andreessen One of the most astute and even keeled observations about VCs and entrepreneurs on the web today. VCball. A New York based VCs quixotic search for new knowledge in early stage venture capital and entrepreneurship. Become a Fan. Subscribe via Email. Subscribe via Feeds. Subscribe in a reader.

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PartyGaming

Will Price

Google, Yahoo, Partygaming, and a myriad of emerging companies are validating that Web 2.0 PartyGaming's IPO is true testament to profitability and growth possible in Internet services and a good reminder to all of us that contrarian investing (think about backing this in 2001)leveraging pretty clear market characteristics (gaming is big, web access is growing, etc) drives healthy returns On June 27th, a remarkable thing took place in London.

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Search: The Rise of Specialization

Will Price

The common abstraction across all the presenting search companies is that while generalized, web-searching is useful, certain classes of queries demand a move from page-link analysis to algorithms more germane to the query at hand. The major giants are investing heavily in search and extensions to web search. Adam Smith once said that specialization is a function of market size.

Morgan Stanley CTO Summit

Will Price

The 40 represent the bank's leaders in BI/information management, collaboration and web applications, compute and storage platforms, enterprise and application management, network connectivity, risk and security, and the CTO's office. This week, Morgan Stanley hosted its 5th Annual CTO Summit. The summit serves as a testament to why innovation matters and how large companies can effectively partner with start-ups to make a difference.