Time-tracking took that Lisa Williams & susan Mernit strongly recommend.
1. Providing Technology Services to Low-Vision Populations Requires Flexibility and Listening Skills
2. Assistive Technology Without Training for Staff and End-Users Is Pointless
3. Pay Attention to Accessibility Guidelines When Developing or Redesiging Websites
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"Granted, they are clear about the Android Market website serving as a showcase of apps only right at the top of the new website, but that doesnâ€™t explain why they choose not to make it more useful.
"Good thing there are sites like Cyrket and AndroLib (update: and AppBrain) to do what Google apparently canâ€™t or wonâ€™t: make a decent website for people whoâ€™d like to peruse the Android marketplace."
highly useful step-by-step decision tree for choosing a mobile ad network to work with.
Three facts you need to know about mobile ad networks:
1. No ad network is dominant. This is still a very fragmented market. There are at least 10 mobile ad networks in the US alone.
2. No one really knows what ad network is biggest. The only way to tell is by revenue and no network reveals revenue data (except maybe to the FTC?). Any figures you read about market share or revenue are estimates, if not pure guesswork. And as we all know, size isnâ€™t everythingâ€¦
3. Mobile ad networks are not created alike. In fact you are unlikely to find two networks alike. Choose a partner (or a number of partners) that suits your requirements, target market, geography and budget.
MobiThinking divides networks into three categories, based on the business model. At one end: blind networks (see definitions below), which mostly work on cost-per-click (CPC) basis; at the other: networks that focus on premium publishers, which mostly work on cost-per-thousand impressions. Many in between.