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AlwaysOn: CEO Showcase I
Allen - January 30th, 2007
I am listening to the first CEO Showcase of the day for me. This is updated as of 3:50pm today.
- PumpAudio – allows musicians to post their music for sale basically. Rather than sell to consumers like an Amie Street or Indistr, they sell music to companies for use in stores, commercials, etc. Pretty nice looking software package.
- Turn – the world's first automatic targeting ad network. No manual targeting or keywords required. Turn delivers amazing simplicity, better relevance and more revenue.
- Rovion – "human media" – creator and leading provider of technologies that "humanize" the delivery of online messages – these are the ads that I called annoying about 3 months ago. Some on the online chat seem to like these ads. I don't think they are bad, just that they need to be placed correctly and they need to always be activated by the user.
- Pando – a hybrid p2p network – they have a free consumer application empowering people to share large media. Works with im clients, and email clients, and showing large-file podcasts including TalkCrunch, rocketboom and scobleshow. The distribution and monetization platform for digital media. They claim to be the YouTube for high resolution large files.
- ClipSync – real-time social networking. Screens look very well done. Very good presentation — really engaging! He discusses entertainment as something that is emotionally satisfying. Clipsync is about syncronized sharing. Integrated search with Google Video, YouTube and Metacafe.
- Motionbox – personal video made easy. He shoots a lot of video. They offer filmstrips for easier browsing before having to commit to watching a video. They also let you create mixes of multiple videos.
- Payperpost – their mission is to connect our advertisers with the largest network of high quality publishers to promote their products online. Advertisers compensate bloggers to create sponsored content. No mention about it being a review, really being more about "content".