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AOL Propelled Lawyers Onto the Internet

Verizon announced this morning that it is selling its media business – AOL and Yahoo – for $5 Billion. I couldn’t help but recall how AOL launched me from a practicing lawyer to a legal tech entrepreneur. The same was true for many other lawyers. AOL was the entry to the Internet in the 1990’s. Heck, we did not even call “it” the Internet or the World Wide Web (WWW). We called AOL an online community that we accessed via our home phone lines plugged into a disc we picked up at Barn...
Tags: Verizon, Yahoo, Law, Uncategorized, Aol, Wisconsin, Seattle, Barnes, Westlaw, Martindale, Google AOL


Why Is Linkedin FAILING At Live Video, Turning It Into a Google+, AOL, Walking Zombie?

A year and a half ago, LinkedIn announced Live Video. I applied for it and re-applied five or six times, only to keep being told there’s some internal cabal type group controlling it? WTF? This group seems to have no idea how platforms succeed over the last 5 years or have never seen the heady days of success Linkedin once had, that I’ve watched Microsoft ineptly destroy on so many levels. The fact that a guy like me and other professionals, or for that matter ANYONE cant get access to Live Vi...
Tags: Google, News, Microsoft, Seo, Linkedin, Aol, Chris Voss, Google AOL, Linkedin Platforms


3 Apps for Secure & Convenient Business Communication

Any entrepreneur is bound to use E-mails and group chats to be in touch with clients and employees anywhere he or she goes. Any commercial information must be totally confidential and delivered via conventional means. Take a look at these 3 best apps for business communication which Freepps.top reviewed for you and prosper! Yahoo Mail – Mature Choice Yahoo Mail was founded in 1997 and survived dot-com bubble crisis. Today it’s one of the oldest top-5 free mailers on the market with a very hand...
Tags: Google, Facebook, Apps, Yahoo, Sales, App, Yahoo Mail, Google AOL, Yahoo Mail app Mobile, Freepps, Business Finance Flight Tickets


Mary Meeker, author of the Internet Trends Report, is leaving Kleiner Perkins

Mary Meeker is leaving Kleiner Perkins to build a new fund and she’s taking the firm’s growth team with her. The news, first reported by Recode and confirmed to TechCrunch, is the latest high-level departure at one of the most prominent Silicon Valley venture capital firms. Joining Meeker in her new fund are Kleiner Perkins GPs Mood Rowghani and Noah Knauf, as well as Juliet de Baubigny, a partner. According to the firm, this is less of a messy break-up and more of an amicable and intention...
Tags: Google, Amazon, TC, Tech, Aol, Venture Capital, Silicon Valley, Mary Meeker, Kleiner Perkins, Mike Abbott, beth Seidenberg, John Doerr, Arielle Zuckerberg, Kleiner, Meeker, Knauf


SEO Spam Emails

Something that frustrates me is the onslaught of SPAM SEO emails from companies and individuals phishing for your information. I often receive forwards from clients sending me these emails asking me to look into the claims, or suggesting that we must be missing something in our campaign if these other companies are pointing out deficiencies. This SPAM paints a bad picture of the SEO Industry, but keep in mind the vast majority of these emails are NOT from SEO Companies but rather from scammer...
Tags: Google, Security, India, Seo, Spam, Search, Bing, Google Yahoo, Google AOL


Why Starving Online Lies Doesn't Equal Supporting the Truth

The Wall Street Journal may or may not be your preferred news source, but its editorial mission is to report quantified facts -- a rarity in a "post truth" world. Truth, however, costs money, and because The WSJ relies on a paywall, it can be punished by the click economy.Lying at scale wasn't the intent that Google, AOL or Yahoo had in mind when the currency of digital was all about capturing "eyeballs." That came later. It was Facebook, YouTube and Twitter who perfected the engineering of comm...
Tags: Yahoo, Advertising, WSJ, Facebook YouTube, Google AOL, Ray Kingman