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CEO Ambarish Mitra: independent Blippar may IPO - Business Insider
youtu.be/epMs3X8U9Ko?t=13m55s 'want's to take it all the way ... to IPO.' - Q: Is Virtual Search and Augmented Reality a feature on an existing (Search) Platform (with existing data and personal context - ie your past search history and relations (FB)) in the next 5 years or a public company? Could the extra friction of an app to launch, with the name ?blippar? be a friction point for traction!? - VS - native on iOS, Android camera app that gets into augmented reality mode when it sees a specific QR code. Time will tell. What past has show, to gain mass adoption it is about being immersive (whoa), creates emotional - chemical (dopamine) intangible value, and being sort of 'invisible' "Don't show me." and thus habit forming, // &! bit.ly/1N4a5oj
VR  virtual  reality  Blippar  vertical  category  visual  search  Google  iOS  Android  Microsoft  Bing  Apple  Spotlight  Cortana  Google  Now  on  Tap  Google  Now  Amazon  context  contextual  content  Augmented  AR  Facebook  Apple  Google  Inc.  search  engine  IoT  Windows  10  mobile  homescreen  user  behaviour  QR  code  mass  market  mass  culture  UI  UX  user  experience  user  engagement  customer  experience 
september 2015 by asterisk2a
What disruptive innovation means by The Economist
EVERY so often a management idea escapes from the pages of the Harvard Business Review and becomes part of the zeitgeist. In the 1990s it was “re-engineering”. Today it is “disruptive innovation” // innovators dilemma - blue ocean //
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august 2015 by asterisk2a
The Vergecast 168: Really good codeine - YouTube
min 46 // Instagram increased res for square format, now allowing all photo formats (vertical and landscape, after user hacked the square format - putting in landscape or portrait photos with borders - to make it square) vs what it was and was not and what it only offered on release day. "the great equaliser." all had the same tool, limitations, options, ways to express, make photos more interesting. thus it showed off some specific creative you (how to use your phone camera), not your skill and experience with Photoshop, lighting, photo school rules - that can set you apart. Instagram was a small, limited, enhanced window you your world, to that moment - captured. And now like Social Media. It is being gamed. Exploited. Abused. For specific commercial and or personal purpose. // Instagram was sort of, lucked out, with not being something for everyone. No it has become that thing that can be used by everyone - for their purpose. Follows it being primed for advertisers ...
Instagram  differentiate  differentiation  photo  app  constraint  artificial  constraint  community  philosophy  Facebook  Newsfeed  Social  Media  Selbstdarstellung  Celebrity  of  You  Beme  community  management  Twitter  Product/Market  Fit  MVP  Minimal  Viable  Product  category  vertical  consumer  management  experience  user  hack  strategy  Snapchat  Vine  YouTube  expression  creative  content  creator  digital  content  user  generated  content  The  Wars  Multimedia  Periscope  Meerkat  barriers  to  entry  cost  of  entry  meritocracy  meritocratic 
august 2015 by asterisk2a
Facebook Built a ‘Personal Assistant’ Inside Messenger | Re/code
Facebook has a new, A.I.-powered Siri-like assistant tool in Messenger. It's called "M," and it's the company's latest effort in a battle with Google, Uber and others to be the artificial intelligence leader in Silicon Valley. // FB got AI lab in France, got money to invest, to diversify from other Messaging platforms - tcrn.ch/1N1rTSF &! tcrn.ch/1JCfs8Q --- can productise it! your personal assistant, for shopping - convenience - no clicking, not tapping, - M takes care of buying that item you saw in your stream. --- also keeps people inside Facebook! instead of leading them out to the shopping site/product site/... --- also expanding the category/vertical of the messenger you use. --- // // &! http://www.theverge.com/2015/5/28/8677147/google-now-on-tap-announced // &! tcrn.ch/1idSz5R
Google  Now  Siri  Apple  Spotlight  Google  Search  Google  Now  on  Tap  Android  iOS  Facebook  Messenger  augmented  intelligence  artificial  intelligence  personal  assistant  Software  Is  Eating  The  World  AI  automation  Big  Data  Google  Inc.  Apple  Facebook  Platform  Silo  Cortana  Microsoft  Line  Kakao  Talk  Viber  Google+  WhatsApp  SMS  WeChat  Newsfeed  Facebook  Instant  Articles  on-demand  convenience  differentiate  differentiation  vertical  category  friction  frictionless  Kik 
august 2015 by asterisk2a
E-Commerce is a Bear — Medium
Only two start-ups have properly challenged Amazon over the past decade: Zappos and Diapers. [...] Having spent time with Tony Hsieh and Alfred Lin, the leadership duo who built Zappos, and Marc Lore and Vinit Bharara, the founders of Diapers, I can tell you: these are intense competitors who recognized the best outcome was to join forces with the industry leader. So if Amazon is the low cost winner of selling brands online, if they are acquiring their best competitors, and if their everyday low prices are available to the entire country via a mechanical turk algorithm which is guaranteed to beat you, how do you compete? [...] [ eBay pure p2p marketplace ] [...] This next generation of e-commerce companies is as much about what you exclude as what you include. // &! only up for grabs (Amazon model) is in the developing world & emerging market - for entrepreneurs - & only possible double digit returns for investors. and the battle has already begun ... since like 05/09 China/India ...
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august 2015 by asterisk2a
QVC Owner Buys Zulily: Bloomberg West (Full Show 8/17) - YouTube
etsy is a marketplace stupid. // once they saturated their category/market, the growth tapers off! especially home market & then they have 2 fund through IPO international expansion; ie etsy. & will hit on competition, obviously. // &! min 16 discussion on Amazon corporate culture & values! & stock based compensation package. // &! Amazon: How Bruising a Workplace Is It? - youtu.be/CJKkRMMaF7c 'extraordinary demanding workplace, and high turnover' 'exceptional company, what every they do, its working' 'up or out' 'unique culture by a company of that size' // &! youtu.be/qo9b8CtSqqE - 'unreasonable high standards' 'feedback system enables backstabbing' 'they call it purposeful Darwinism: staff ranking' 'GE dropped it' [ personal note: I think u still have the sort of responsibility (moral/ethical/hr as CEO) 2 help & coach ur worst performers, before firing them with compensation package (making them go), balance! also no charity ] &! youtu.be/NpiPc3gPeYY &! youtu.be/YtUhvnXF3Yc
Zulily  e-commerce  flash  sale  IPO  Wall  Street  profit  maximisation  shareholder  value  Etsy  M&A  eBay  vertical  category  Start-Up  lesson  Start-Up  advice  Silicon  Valley  growth  round  Amazon  compensation  package  compensation  Office  Politics 
august 2015 by asterisk2a
Why podcasts are suddenly “back” – Marco.org
>> listening to podcast eats time away from the existing pie pieces of other forms of entertainment, escapism, and snacking. But it shares similarities with Music, TV, Movie, ... you can let it run in the background and do something different and listening in.
Podcast  podcasting  Multimedia  Entertainment  Escapeism  snacking  user  behaviour  commuting  TV  Television  Radio  Social  Media  Music  Movie  content  discovery  content  distribution  vertical  category  community  Personal  Brand  Branding  YouTube  Tumblr  Facebook  Twitter  mobile  homescreen  mobile  first  mobile  phone  iPod  Apple  Android  distribution  model  iTunes  Soundcloud 
august 2015 by asterisk2a
Episode 49: The Shortest Interview With Jenny Lee From GGV Capital by analyseasia
8:00 don't innovate for innovation sake, R&D in the lab is only R&D. address real world problem, issue that is bothering you and you can't stand it any more that nobody is doing something about it. add value, is it of value, people coming back every week, month. are you creating more value than you take!? productise the solution. build a big or small sustainable company around it. // you are the first customer, you are solving your problem! // 10:00 the mobile super computer, connectedness, big data, relevance, targeted ... apps (appification) destructing traditional verticals, ... always on. platform offers new business models, enabled by scale and network effects, ... and convergence of different tech ( IoT in store connected to store e-commerce solution - user stores app )
Start-Up  lesson  Start-Up  advice  MVP  Minimal  Viable  Product  Product/Market  Fit  vertical  mobile  first  mobile  homescreen  Appification  mobile  phone  Venture  Capital  Asia  entrepreneurship 
august 2015 by asterisk2a
Do You Trust Larry Page? - Stratechery by Ben Thompson
Given the fact that Alphabet née Google is the second most valuable enterprise in the world, it’s striking to consider Larry Page’s 2014 assessment of the company he co-founded with Sergey Brin: I think we’ve not succeeded as much as we’d like. [...] Even Google’s famously far-reaching mission statement, to “organise the world’s information and make it universally accessible and useful”, is not big enough for what he now has in mind. The aim: to use the money that is spouting from its search advertising business to stake out positions in boom industries of the future, from biotech to robotics. [...] Googles non-social approach to advertising vs Facebook and everyone else ] [ ad world begins finally to shift away from TV & other legacy forms & FB/Google are main beneficiaries coming years of changing ad spend ] [ Page/Brin want 2 lead the org 2 a new frontier. A new Google Search. &they think they a near it, ie self-driving car, that they think the timing is right NOW ]
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august 2015 by asterisk2a
Apple is launching search engine to destroy Google — and you’re already using it | Calacanis.com
“Paid Inclusion” is basically the ads that consumers think are content, but are really ads. You can see this on your desktop by doing a search for “used iPhone.” The majority of the screen real estate is now ads! In the example above 11 of the 12 links are advertisements! [...] I could see Apple knocking 10 points off Google’s search business here in the USA in the next couple of years by simply making search an advertising-free piece of Apple’s OPERATING SYSTEM! [...] Apple is leapfrogging Google by making search something that is built into the core of your mobile phone and desktop. [ user experience, frictionless ] [...] Tim Cook is painting Google, accurately, as the evil successor to Microsoft, and Google’s management team is reinforcing this by closing ranks and destroying their partners. [ If its free to use, ... you are paying with your usage, with your data, your identity, ... ]
Google  Inc.  Google  Google  Search  Google  Shopping  Apple  Android  Appification  vertical  Marketplace  iOS  Don't  be  evil  ericschmidt  Eric  Schmidt  Steve  jobs  TOS  Microsoft  Bing  EULA  Windows  10  Internet  Privacy  Privacy  cookies  perma-cookie  Big  Data  metadata  Meta  Data 
august 2015 by asterisk2a
Vaniday, Rocket Internet’s Beauty And Wellness Marketplace, Scores €15M Backing | TechCrunch
raise money to buy customers/bring customers onto the platform, and hope 50% stay on it and use it regularly; cost of customer acquisition, ops cost, lifetime customer value. scale to make and idea a sustainable business / cross fingers. // There is an App for that.
Marketplace  Appification  Google  Search  mobile  phone  mobile  homescreen  user  behaviour  on-demand  convenience  vertical  plurality  efficiencies  Rocket  Internet 
august 2015 by asterisk2a
Google Sees Click Growth But Value Falls - YouTube
Search Advertising less valuable, less conversion 2 advertisers. Despite being 'relevant.' Social Media (Facebook's +70% share) is eating (taking away some of) Google's lunch ... is reacting internally, knowing that they might have reached the peak value/per click. Reducing cost (headcount and investment spending) // &! youtu.be/ZeNzCP_Jbf4 - &! - Mobile will be worth more next year than Desktop Search!? & Vertical search competition (intention) ie OpenTable, Yelp!, Amazon, YouTube (2nd biggest search engine), Linkedin (people), Facebook (people), Twitter Search (breaking events) vs Google News, banner/display advertising (Programmatic Advertising) w Google AdSense - vs - AOL (acquired by Verizon) // &! tcrn.ch/1LkPDjP "The market has recently focused on Google’s cost profile, especially in the context of the company’s slowing revenue growth." << Wall Street. Even Google cant deny Wall Streets demands. &! on.recode.net/1J9SwlR
Google  Google  Search  mobile  phone  mobile  homescreen  mobile  first  Yahoo!  Facebook  display  advertising  TV  advertising  marketplace  marketplace  efficiencies  Social  Media  native  advertising  branded  content  added  value  value  creation  intent  vertical  Google  News  Programmatic  profit  maximisation  shareholder  value  mainstreet.org  marketshare 
july 2015 by asterisk2a
How the Sharing Economy Is Impacting Travel - YouTube
w great app - word of mouth and net promoter score and marketing and advertisement you can, in an age of appification and single-use apps, create a deep trench away from Google Search (customers using desktop search from booking travel, hotel, flight, leisure experience). Lastminute.com can only react to Hotel Tonight and Hipmunk being first on the homescreen of phones with a great product/market fit. // min 6:30 - post-Search world (desktop) with limited screen size etc on homescreen we have come back to the portal. Yahoo! was a portal. No we have a new one in our hands in form of Apple iOS iPhone and Google's Android
Google  Search  Appification  single-use  app  Brand  Branding  word  of  mouth  Net  Promoter  Score  Start-Up  lesson  Start-Up  advice  MVP  Product/Market  Fit  Expedia  lastminute.com  mobile  homescreen  mobile  first  mobile  phone  UI  UX  user  experience  Hotel  Tonight  vertical  niche  Portal  Yahoo!  Yahoo  Y!  Android  iOS  Apple  Google 
may 2015 by asterisk2a
How Big Can Fitbit Get? - YouTube
best in its class. the little Apple of activity trackers?! health concious people WONT wear Apple Watch on their hike, marathon run/training, daily run, in the gym, during an HIIT session! << micro-macro thesis of a market encompassing the health and fitness amateurs, new years resolutions, and aficionados.
Fitbit  differentiate  differentiation  niche  vertical  Apple  Watch  quantified  self  Start-Up  lesson  Start-Up  advice  productivity 
may 2015 by asterisk2a
Naval Ravikant to VCs: “You can lie to your LPs, but don’t lie to yourselves” | PandoDaily
“There was so much innovation being thrown around—moveable carry, geographic portfolio, unbundling and more. Many were coming up to me later saying the ideas were flying at them too fast. That’s exactly what’s happening in the market.” Even if you don’t know what those terms mean, the important takeaway is that even the stodgiest VCs are going to have to start acting more like the entrepreneurs they serve because the market is only getting more competitive with the ways to fund becoming far more varied and “hackable.” [and add Corporate Accelerators, Incubators and Venture Funds] [...] restrictions LPs put on funds: things like how much you can invest, what percentage of a fund you can invest in follow on rounds of existing companies, what sector you invest in, whether you can invest personally if the fund invests as a group, etc.
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may 2015 by asterisk2a
Tapping mobile communication between parents and teachers, Remind scores $40M | VentureBeat | Deals | by Barry Levine
Teacher/student/parent messaging co @RemindHQ raises $40M C led by @kpcb, Social + Capital & @firstround; Remind's app (iOS, Android) facilitates education-related comms & disallows 1-to-1 messaging; the startup has raised $59.5M to date. || not the +1bn/10bn idea VC so often like to talk about in Interviews. thing is, those +10bn make actually the difference in a fund and one hopes to have one in his portfolio.
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september 2014 by asterisk2a
Facebook’s Snapchat clone Slingshot is more proof the company’s better at buying things than building them | PandoDaily
Facebook is actually just really bad at copying other companies. Its efforts to emulate Twitter and its public network have largely failed even though Twitter has proven itself more than capable of copying Facebook’s features. Its attempt to enter the mobile photo space fizzled, and it had to spend a couple hundred million dollars to acquire Instagram in 2012 before it could win that market. Facebook’s a great buyer and a poor copier. It’s just a matter of time before Facebook decides to put Slingshot out of its misery and sends it to the same graveyard that Poke, Camera, and its other failed products have gone to rest. Maybe then it will be able to write Snapchat a check that the company can’t refuse to cash; it’s probably not going to be able to beat the company, so it might as well do everything it can to join it, or at least bring it into the corporate umbrella it’s been holding up for Instagram for a few years now.
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september 2014 by asterisk2a
12 Questions With The CEO Of Thumbtack, Google Capital’s New $100 Million Bet | TechCrunch
Thumbtack is an online marketplace that helps connect all types of local service providers — think painters, wedding photographers, plumbers, tutors, therapists, and more — with potential clients. It works like this: People in need of a service provider provide Thumbtack with a summary of the work they need done or the type of service they’re looking for. Thumbtack then analyzes that request, and sources relevant local service providers who can then provide bids on the project. Thumbtack makes money by charging service providers a small fee for each bid. >> [Amazon is launching same offering, and Thumptack is a vertical for Google Search. Period. Just like indeed.com is a Vertical Search for Jobs than one could also do on a GENERALISED search engine like Google. Search is about knowing what to look for, key words. What is when the user doesn't know the keywords for things he is looking for? Shazam!]
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august 2014 by asterisk2a
Gillmor Gang: Pass the Buck - Gillmor Gang | TechCrunch TV (July 3rd, 2014)
Facebook feed a/b test - psychology/sociology study. Twitter product vision and leadership ... revenue/user ... history repeats itself; see Yahoo! - Wall Street fetish with GROWTH $$$: 'Either u get more users or more money per users. But we want to see the money!!!' << Unsustainable long-term, no long-term view. +++ where to post your content, types of content - intentions, where is the most and best engagement - ROI. +++ Linkedin's vertical content strategy to remain relevant (in an age where you are a media company and then X) and thus increase engagement and uniques and distribution. << adding value with this type of product - a product/feature adjacent to core product value proposition !!! Adding value to consumer - 99% free [do they have promoted content feature - paid content promotion?]
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july 2014 by asterisk2a
On Google's new Search Algo Push/Update - Called Panda.
Lesson Learned. Don't build your business on other peoples platform. Even if it is search. Meaning if your business is primarily impressions/unique visitors coming in via search, or even Social Media (FB - newsfeed algo, Twitter - noise + search algo, Pinterest - search algo, Amazon - product search) ... then you have one more thing to worry about every day - because you can't fix it if they break it for you. +++ http://recode.net/2014/05/23/yes-google-punished-ebay-for-bad-seo-practices-but-it-wasnt-part-of-panda-update/
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may 2014 by asterisk2a
Maker Studios Wants to Build Brands,Including its Own - CMO Today - WSJ
“We’re really verticalizing the company,” said COO Courtney Holt. “It makes more sense for the marketers. We know in the past we’ve had trouble getting them to understand all we have.” Now, Maker will have 23 verticals, centered on topics like Food, Music, and Gaming. [...] “YouTube is great place to build audiences. It’s not necessarily the best place to build a brand.” >> YT is taking a too large cut to life off of YT with just 5-10-20k views per video with 7 videos per week. >> + But anyone who’s paid attention to the rising number of complaints among creators about how hard it is to make enough money from advertising on YouTube (considering that Google takes 45% of associated ad revenue) knows that creators are desperate to pull audience to their own non-YouTube sites. http://blogs.wsj.com/cmo/2014/05/06/cmo-today-maker-studios-exerts-its-independence/
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may 2014 by asterisk2a
Why Vertical Integration Is Making a Comeback - Rita McGrath - Harvard Business Review
Anyone, Google, Googlephone? ChromeOS? Or as mentioned Amazon and the Kindle and the other slew of digital content it is a provider of. Or Apple with the iPod and iTunes.

Or PayPal, what is missing in its portfolio is the actual bank and the customer friendly service costs.http://michaeljung.tumblr.com/post/280619217/enjoyed-reading-why-vertical-integration-is-making-a
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december 2009 by asterisk2a

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