Author: Prashant Sharma

Prashant Sharma is a Delhi based Entrepreneur who spent most of his college days polishing his marketing skills and went for his first business venture at 19. Having tasted failure in his entrepreneurial debut, he turned a Tech-enthusiast, specializing in web technologies later. Join him on Google Plus

In this article we will tell you about online product store vendio. Vendio is a web service that enables online sellers to set up their own online stores. Note: This review is part of an ongoing Startup Fest 2011 With Internet Industry booming at an all time high and more consumers turning to Online e-stores than actual retail stores, no conventional offline business is sticking to age old business practices and trying mighty hard to secure a place in fast evolving e-commerce business. Small merchants are also looking to score on e-commerce by establishing their presence over the web through…

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Microsoft makes more money off Android than Windows Phone 7, thanks to a settlement with HTC with regard to Android patent infringement. In a shocker of a news coming from a Citi analyst Walter Pritchard, there’s a new, unthinkable beneficiary from the success of Android ecosystem; Microsoft. According the report by the Citi analyst, Microsoft makes more money from Android than its very own Windows Phone 7 OS. Sounds strange but that’s due to a financial settlement between Microsoft and HTC over patent infringement of HTC Android phones. As per the settlement deal, HTC is supposed to pay $5 for every…

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Google Wallet is a mobile app that would allow an NFC enabled phone to pay partner merchants. This article will tell you about Google Wallet. Google has just launched two of its much talked-about services, Google Wallet and Google Offers. Google had been working on Near Field Communication technology for Android Phones for quite sometime and just moments back, it unveiled a path breaking service to everyone at their NY city HQ. What is Google Wallet? Google Wallet is a mobile app that would allow an NFC enabled phone to pay partner merchants via mobile phone. It’s like using a mobile…

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Twitter Jail is described as a scenario where a twitter user account loses ability to tweet. Find the complete details below. Twitter is now a giant web service. Gone are the days when Twitter didn’t even have potential resources to cope with its meteoric growth that its users had almost gone used to seeing ‘Twitter Whale’ every once in a while, an infamous symbolic way of showing service unavailability due to unbearable overload on back end resources. But now that Twitter has crossed more than 200Mn users, the amount of spam accounts, bots and suspicious users have also skyrocketed, faster…

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Here’s the complete list of apple stores in Indian cities in Delhi NCR, Chennai, Hyderabad and Mumbai with their complete address. Well, the excitement among prospective iPad 2 buyers is fairly high and many of them are preparing to drop in their nearest Apple Store or Premium Reseller stores to go hands-on with iPad 2 and grab their unit before supply units run out of stock (a plausible scenario, given high enthusiasm for iPad 2 across the country). So, the most In-demand thing for Indians right now is locating nearest Apple Premium Reseller or Apple Store. Well, we have compiled…

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Facebook social deals is different in approach. This article will tell you the difference between Facebook vs Groupon deals or other deal sites. If you had an early glimpse of Facebook Deals which we wrote about, you should be surprised that the actual ‘Facebook Deals’ is indeed very different, at least, in its early stages, from Groupon, LivingSocial or any other daily deal/group buying deals. In simple words, ‘Social’ is written all over ‘Facebook Deals’, hence one should rather call it ‘Social Deals’. In its very early impressions, the core idea behind Facebook ‘Social Deals’ looks fairly impressive and very much in line with…

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Facebook deals is launching in 5 U.S. cities after which, it will expand in many cities and countries, including India and U.K. Find the complete details below. Facebook Deals, the must anticipated offering that Facebook was preparing to launch for months has finally made it to the final cut and Facebook is going to launch Facebook Deals as “test” today itself, starting with 5 pilot cities across the U.S. namely Atlanta, Austin, Dallas, San Diego and San Francisco. Although the launch of Facebook Deals is going to kick things off across just 5 cities but Facebook is expected to go beyond…

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This article is about the free website feedback tool kissinsights. A KISSmetrics product, receive customer feedback pretty well for online service sellers. Any website that sells some product or service keeps a check on its visiting customers and remains in constant hunt for converting any such visitor into regular site user or product buyer. But the nature of online business is such that a small percentage of total site visitors actually convert into regular users of your service or eventual buyers of your product or subscription. But those majority of site visitors that decide not to register as a user…

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The internet has become the ultimate marketing tool for companies with the talent and ingenuity to make it work. This article is about internet marketing. Social networks, search engines, businesses, large and small, are all pouring money and effort into attracting new customers via the internet.  In fact, two of the biggest companies in the world, Facebook and Google, are built entirely on internet marketing, and both through being excellent platforms for attracting other companies to advertise. This trend is now spreading to mobile phones and is the scene of an ongoing battle between Google and Apple for the revenue that…

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Facebook announced  overhauled ‘Questions’ feature  has already started rolling. This article will tell you about new launch ‘ask questions on Facebook’.  Early impressions are good and people are participating actively by answering questions asked by their peers and peers of peers and so on. Everyone might not be able to see ‘Questions’ enabled in their Facebook account just yet but it should be enabled for everyone within a couple of days from now. Here are some early impressions of Facebook ‘Questions’: 1. Facebook doesn’t intend to make ‘Questions’ a formal QnA stuff: During limited beta testing, Facebook realized that formal QnA isn’t going to work…

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HTML5 is now fully supported by all major browsers, or at least latest versions of major web browsers. This article is about the browsers supporting html5. Before Internet Explorer 9 and recently released Firefox 4, HTML5 support was fairly limited to webkit based browsers such as Apple Safari and Google Chrome, both having a minority share in the browser market. Soon after, another minority browser, Opera joined the party and started supporting HTML5 standards. With the launch of Internet Explorer 9 at SXSW and Firefox 4 couple of days back, the browser market heavyweights, Internet Explorer and Mozilla Firefox have come…

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This article will tell you about problems with Facebook on Chrome browser. Here are the complete details about this problem. If you have been using Chrome browser for a while and using Facebook as well then there are good chances that you may have experienced occasional issues while using Facebook through the Chrome browser. While accessing Facebook, you might have come across any of the following issues but one must note here that these issues occur temporarily and occasionally. They don’t always appear while using Facebook on Chrome browser but they surely do, at least for a significant chunk of…

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