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Judging from the e-mails, however, people at Microsoft aren't always interested in his advice. The exchanges provide a rare glimpse of back-channel communications in the technology industry -- and illustrate how they can go awry. Here's the story: Documents released in the lawsuit this week ( PDF, 48 pages ) show an extensive debate between Enderle and the Windows team in 2005 over plans for various Windows Vista editions, or SKUs. Enderle contended that consumers would feel slighted by the features missing from Vista Home Basic. Microsoft tried to persuade him that there was plenty of value in that version. Enderle ...
an audience (viewers, readers or listeners) to purchase or take some action upon products, ideals, or services. It includes the name of a product or service and how that product or service could benefit the consumer, to persuade a target market to purchase or to consume that particular brand . These brands are usually paid for or identified through sponsors and viewed via various media. Advertising can also serve to communicate an idea to a mass amount of people in an attempt to convince them to take a certain action, such as encouraging 'environmentally friendly' behaviors, and even unhealthy behaviors through food ...
REVIEWS AND OPINIONS
Assignment 3A
A sleek Multimedia Smartphone, with a touchscreen capped with a camera, could describe a number of different phones on a number of different cellular service carriers, none of which truly fits the word sleek except AT&T's iPhone. The original iPhone was released from AT&T June 29th, 2007 and is said to have sold 270,000 in the first thirty hours being released. Recently, the iPhone has undergone change. Close to a year later, Apple reintroduced Time Magazine's “Invention of the Year,” with the iPhone 3G. The differences between the original iPhone and the iPhone 3G are fairly modest. (Everyipod) Minor ... market research, surveys and trends
Apple closes down Quattro advertising network | VentureBeat
earlier this year, announced today that it’s winding down its existence as an independent network to focus on Apple’s iAd program. Apple chief executive Steve Jobs has said he doesn’t see advertising as a big moneymaker for Apple on its own, but rather as a way to support the iPhone and iPad: We want to help our developers make some money so that they can keep providing free or really low-cost apps to customers. That’s why we’re doing it. We’re not going to make much money in the ad business. So from that perspective, the move isn’t too surprising. Quattro’s value to Apple is as an enabler for iAds, ... market research, surveys and trends

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More Apple Numbers: Unit Sales, Net Sales Per Unit, Comparison to ...
That’s a total of 76,170,000 units. Now assume for a moment that 80 percent of the $486 million in Apple’s advertising is for these product lines. That would mean a per-product advertising expense of $5.10. (Even if you attributed all advertising to these products, that would be $6.38 a unit.) Yes, it’s rough and far from exact, but interesting. Now look at another intriguing number: net sales per average unit. Although not provided for iPhones, Apple does list it for Macs (desktops and laptops taken together) and iPods. Net sales per Mac unit sold in FY2008 were $1,469. This number remained flat from 2007, but ... industry trends, business articles and survey research
Apple Studies iTunes User Downloads to Hone Mobile Ads - Bloomberg
Apple Chief Executive Officer Steve Jobs said that the company had sold more than $60 million in advertising since the iAd platform was introduced in April. Photographer: David Paul Morris/Bloomberg June 7 (Bloomberg) -- Steve Jobs, chief executive officer of Apple Inc., introduces the new iPhone at the company's Worldwide Developers Conference in San Francisco. The phone delivers a refashioned chassis and 100 new features. (This is an excerpt. Source: Bloomberg) July 6 (Bloomberg) -- Krishna Subramanian, co-founder of Mobclix Inc., talks about the growth in advertising opportunities on mobile phone applications. ... industry trends, business articles and survey research
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in which he asserts that because the Facebook app is the most widely used across Apple’s products, and that Facebook’s Mark Zuckerberg and Apple’s Steve Jobs have been spending some quality time together. We’ve written about this relationship before , but Kirkpatrick put it in very plain terms: “The Facebook application is by far the most important application on both the iPhone and the iPad. Without the Facebook application, my own opinion is the iPhone would never have become as important as it is. It’s the single most widely used application.” He continued, “It’s so heavily used compared to ... market trends, news research and surveys resources
CBS riding advertising recovery
Broadcasting giant CBS Corp. said Tuesday its second-quarter profit surged thanks to a rebound in local advertising spending, which is climbing back toward normal as the recession fades. CBS’s net income was nearly 10 times the level of a year ago as cost-cutting helped profit and revenue rose 11 percent. The earnings beat expectations and shares were up 3.3 percent in after-hours trading. The resurgence in ad spending was across the board, led by the automobile, telecommunications, retail, financial services and entertainment sectors. Local ad spending, which makes up about a fifth of CBS’s revenue, rose 17 percent ... market trends, news research and surveys resources

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Apple gains in two of the four years. Overall, firms realize a net gain in market value by doubling their advertising spending in 10 of the 12 years ... technology research, surveys study and trend statistics
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professionals will be spending their client's money. ... Washington Apple Advertising Commission, they possess all of the indicia of ... technology research, surveys study and trend statistics
Advertising Spending and Stock Return
Hence, for Apple,. Compaq, IBM, K-Swiss and Skechers, advertising spending has a persistent impact on sales revenue. 4 Detailed results available on request ...
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  1. profile image sillygillies ARGH! Why is Apple spending so much $ advertising the iPhone4 when they should be spending their $ on getting it in the stores! #Frustrated
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Apple vs Google in the Mobile Marketing wars | LinkedIn Answers ...
Realise that brand loyalty for Apple and brand loyalty for Google mean different things to Joe Public - understand what this means and exploit the strengths and build opportunities upon these. And finally, don't become twins celebrate your difference. posted 1 month ago Web Analyst/SEM/SEO see all my answers If they unite (IMHO), it will be a disaster. The market needs to have strong competitors in order to benefit the consumer. As the use of smart phones keeps growing, marketing platforms will pop up everywhere and it will be even harder for one or the other to dominate the market. IMHO: It would be ideal if Apple provided ...
Why Advertising On LinkedIn Isn't Always Effective :: Free Tech ...
Social Media Networks like Facebook and LinkedIn offer businesses new channels through which to conduct marketing and advertising. But how effective are these, really? Ask any SEO or online marketing expert and they will tell you that it's an organic process and it takes time to develop real results. The key is to have good content that turns people into repeat visitors to your website - eventually they will buy. Really? "If you build it they will come?" We recently conducted a poll in regards to advertising on one channel (LinkedIn) and the results, while not statistically significant, were interesting ...