Category Archives: Internet effects

Cola Co-creation

Coca-cola has developed new dispensing machines that contain up to thirty flavors that can produce up to 100 different types of soda. The machines can be reset realtime and communicate so that coke can introduce a new soft drink and … Continue reading

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Medicine and Social Networking

Business on Twitter Commercialization of the social networks is inevitable. Dell has posted over $2,000,000 in sales. [ RT @mashable Making Millions via Twitter: @DellOutlet Surpasses $2 Million in Sales %5D  Social Networks and Medicine Social networks may have implications … Continue reading

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One of my enthusiastic professional sales students (Lee Bradshaw) somehow managed to produce a press release on his thriving online site while preparing for his finals. Check out Fitnoke:

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HBR: The Long Tail vs. the data…

Is there a long tail? The “Long Tail” — both the book and the article — describe how the Internet has enabled companies to serve tiny niche markets profitably. Often the “tail” the small nice products are as profitable as … Continue reading

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