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The Hashable Post-Mortem – Just Why Did it Die?

Hashable

The announce­ment made by Hash­able CEO Michael Yavon­ditte that the infor­ma­tion exchange app would wind up at the end of July seems to have come as bit of a sur­prise; but is it real­ly? To those look­ing for social or dig­i­tal media jobs, the col­lapse of the com­pa­ny will remind them that suc­cess­ful as it is, the dig­i­tal econ­o­my is not inde­struc­tible; but it will also give them an oppor­tu­ni­ty to learn from the mis­takes of oth­ers. With the death of a much-laud­ed prod­uct that was only launched 18 months ago, it seems that the ghosts of the of the late-Nineties Dot Com Bub­ble are still tak­ing vic­tims and are lurk­ing in the machines of each and every Inter­net, tablet and smart­phone user who choos­es which apps they will, or will not, install and which infor­ma­tion they wish to share. As a medi­um by which peo­ple were encour­aged to con­nect, share and save rela­tion­ship infor­ma­tion, Hash­able was tout­ed as the death knell for the busi­ness card, an app that would track and record each and every social con­nec­tion you made, enabling you to show­case who you’ve just met, to who you’ve (prob­a­bly) met before. This way, you can grow your…

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Spotify v Pandora – Clash of The Music Streaming Titans

Spotify v Pandora

With over 4 mil­lion pay­ing cus­tomers and rev­enue pre­dict­ed to reach $880 mil­lion in 2012, what chance does Pan­do­ra have in keep­ing the wolves from the door now that Spo­ti­fy has its feet firm­ly under the table in the US? A lit­tle over a year ago, Spo­ti­fy strode into the US music stream­ing are­na and threat­ened to take on the best we had to offer includ­ing Groove­shark and of course, Pan­do­ra.  But can this Euro­pean behe­moth real­ly take on the best of the US? It has recent­ly been announced that the Swedish giant has already dou­bled its num­ber of pay­ing cus­tomers from 2million to 4million in the year since it was launched in the US and the site now boasts an impressive25% con­ver­sion rate. If you’re in the mar­ket for a dig­i­tal media job, Spo­ti­fy is a com­pa­ny to keep an eye on. Born in Europe, Tak­ing Over the World Spo­ti­fy offers users a cat­a­log of around 15million dig­i­tal­ly restrict­ed songs from qual­i­ty pur­vey­ors includ­ing EMI, Uni­ver­sal and Warn­er, and boast­ed 10million users just two years after launch in 2008. Two-and-a-half mil­lion of those users were ful­ly paid-up mem­bers. Since its 2011 appear­ance on the US scene, Spo­ti­fy has extend­ed…

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7 Successful Women-led Startups in Mobile and Tech

Women-led Startups

Despite advance­ments in gen­der equal­i­ty in the pro­fes­sion­al world over the past decades, it is true that men still dom­i­nate the high­er ech­e­lons of busi­ness. But things are begin­ning to look up for the fair­er sex, with increas­ing num­bers of female start­up founders, and just as impor­tant­ly, many recent­ly and high­ly suc­cess­ful women-led star­tups, with many IPO’s and acqui­si­tions of note. This arti­cle takes a look at some the best ideas and suc­cess sto­ries. TaskRab­bit – Leah Busque As if her for­mer role as an IBM engi­neer wasn’t suc­cess­ful enough, Leah Busque had a brain wave one day when she didn’t want to get pet food for her dog – what if there was a web­site where you could hire some­one to do all the errands and tasks when you don’t want to? The web­site TaskRab­bit is the end result of her ven­ture, and the results have been excel­lent so far. Learn­Vest — Alexa Von Tobel Alexa Von Tobel, like many oth­er suc­cess­ful female busi­ness start-uppers, went to Har­vard Busi­ness School, and while it was her aim to get into Wall Street, it was her inter­est in per­son­al finance that began Learn­Vest; an online per­son­al finance resource, main­ly aimed at…

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What Will Replace Hotmail

Hotmail

This week Microsoft revealed that it is drop­ping its estab­lished free email ser­vice Hot­mail for Out­look email, to pro­vide bet­ter Win­dows and Office inte­gra­tion, con­nec­tion with social media ser­vices, and oth­er fea­tures. Hot­mail was acquired by Microsoft in 1996, and since then it has enjoyed suc­cess as a free online email ser­vice, though Microsoft is now phas­ing out this client in favour of the new brand Out­look (avail­able to try as a pre­view at Outlook.com)  bring­ing new fea­tures that many state have been a long time com­ing. This re-brand­ing effort is noth­ing new. Microsoft were orig­i­nal­ly plan­ning to phase out the ser­vice with the intro­duc­tion of Win­dows Live Mail in 2006, but the con­fu­sion over what this new ser­vice pro­vid­ed and the want of devel­op­ers to stick with the already pop­u­lar Hot­mail name caused Microsoft to change its name to Win­dows Live Hot­mail instead. But it appears now that there is enough incen­tive, and enough applic­a­ble updates, for a com­plete rebrand­ing to make sense for Microsoft. Intro­duced at the start of this month, the ser­vice man­aged to gath­er 1 mil­lion accounts in only 6 hours. Much of this fig­ure will no doubt be exist­ing Hot­mail users who can sim­ply click…

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What is Xfinity and Why Should I Care?

Comcast

Cable giant Com­cast rebrand­ed their TV, inter­net, phone and home con­trol ser­vices two years ago under the name Xfin­i­ty to coin­cide with the digi­ti­sa­tion and wide­spread improve­ment of their ser­vices, includ­ing improved inter­net speeds, HD ser­vices and diver­si­fied con­tent view­ing options. Com­cast are the biggest home inter­net provider and cable oper­a­tor in the Unit­ed States, with stakes in many cable net­works includ­ing NBCU­ni­ver­sal and an oper­at­ing rev­enue of over 55 bil­lion as of last year. They are extreme­ly well estab­lished and have the biggest share of the media oper­a­tor mar­ket, with over 18 mil­lion cus­tomers to date. Comcast’s Xfin­i­ty cov­ers many ser­vices that the com­pa­ny are already well known for pro­vid­ing, which begs the ques­tion “why Xfin­i­ty?”.  While they have stat­ed that the changes in their ser­vices are big enough to jus­ti­fy their re-brand­ing, should we real­ly care? Com­cast Con­fu­sion A major re-brand­ing effort by any com­pa­ny usu­al­ly hap­pens when big changes are made to the prod­ucts and ser­vices offered, but in the case of Com­cast there has evi­dent­ly been some con­fu­sion. The Xfin­i­ty brand was estab­lished in 2010 – two years after the project was first intro­duced under the name “Project Infin­i­ty”- and despite rough­ly $640 mil­lion in adver­tis­ing…

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