Posts Tagged ‘web’
(April 26, 2009 TechCrunch)
Earlier today, the U.S. declared a public health emergency over the Swine Flu, after confirming 20 cases of the flu spreading to humans in New York, Ohio, Kansas, Texas and California. More than 80 people have died in Mexico from the disease, which has potentially spread to other countries, including Canada and France. Although Federal officials are urging Americans not to panic about the disease, fear of contracting the potentially deadly flu is quickly spreading over Twitter, Google, and blogs across the web.
The panic concerning the swine flu is occurring on the Web.
I hear that the swine flu is the maximum topic in Twitter.
I hear that the appearance rate of the key word named Swine Flu in the blog article will have increased rapidly moreover.
I hear that the retrieval of the key word named Swine Flu will have increased according to Google Trends and.
I hear that Tamiflu and Relenza are effective for the swine flu according to the news of the television in Japan.
I hope the panic doesn’t extend.
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(TechCrunch, April 6, 2009)
Information Architects has released the final beta for the fourth iteration of its awesome Web Trends Map series. This is a great visualization of current Internet trends, and how companies and individuals fit into it.
The picture that’s embedded above doesn’t do it justice in any way, so be sure to check out the full-sized image hosted on Flickr.
Very nice map!
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Google Buys Foothold In Korea With Acquisition Of Blog Platform TNC(September 12, 2008 TechCrunch)
Google has acquired TNC (Tatter and Company), a Korean blog platform company that compares itself to Automattic , the team behind WordPress. Although Google already owns its own blogging platform, Blogger, it is not particularly popular in Korea. (According to comScore, Blogger had 1.7 million unique Korean visitors in July). The acquisition is clearly a geographic expansion move for Google, but its Textcube blogging platform also has some social networking features which Google might want to export to Blogger or other products.
Google seems not to have succeeded in Japan and South Korea compared with the Europe and America region.
It is because people in Japan and South Korea tend to like WEB portal more than the contents retrieval.
It might be important to enhance the WEB portal so that Google may succeed in Asia.
Does this purchase become the foothold?
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Japan’s super-advanced mobile web: Too unique to serve as a global blueprint? (August 9, 2008 TechCrunch)
However, this has never been a question in one specific region of the world: In Japan, since 2006 more people have been accessing the web through cell phones than through PCs. Is this a picture of things to come in other countries?
The mobile web market in Japan might be advanced compared with the mobile web market in the world.
And, the mobile web market in Japan is sure to advance in the future.
However, the mobile web market in Japan might become it too much for Japan.
Japan should be going to aim at the mobile web market in the world in the future.
Potential of multilingual SEO
The site for foreign countries will increase on the Web site (especially, shopping site) in the future.
Because if the Web site in Japan doesn’t make the site for the world market, it is no longer widening, then the market will be saturated before long.
The enterprise and the site that makes for the world market are sure to come out in the future.
Then, the Web site will need to be multilingual translated and do best seo.
But,it is necessary not cover all the languages even if it is said “multilingual”.
First of all, it does in order with a lot of internet users.
It is necessary to do the site making matched to English, Chinese, Korean, Russiana, and European language etc.
The enterprise that serves multilingual SEO in Japan is “Cyber agent”, and “Aung consulting”, etc. now.
Multilingual SEO service and multilingual translation service will be paid attention in the future.