Patxi Pierce

Patxi Pierce is a freelance web programmer and online performance marketing specialist, with over 5 years experience in multi-national enterprises. In the past he has contributed to the success of many online marketing campaigns, SEO & positioning, SEM, and classic online marketing models such as pay per sale, pay per lead and pay per click.


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Vintage social networking.

Vintage social networking.

16 - January - 2014 see original...
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analyticisms:

Good chart from Statista on the various level of trust in advertising based on location of said ad.  The online/digital advertising industry has done a very poor job…and that’s why digital earned and owned media (content) have become so prominent.

analyticisms:

Good chart from Statista on the various level of trust in advertising based on location of said ad.  The online/digital advertising industry has done a very poor job…and that’s why digital earned and owned media (content) have become so prominent.

10 - January - 2014 see original...
mhmdgaad:

Desktop Operating System Market Share, November 2013 

mhmdgaad:

Desktop Operating System Market Share, November 2013 

2 - December - 2013 see original...
How to get an OpenID?

OpenID is an open standard that allows users to be authenticated by certain co-operating sites (known as Relying Parties or RP) using a third party service, eliminating the need for webmasters to provide their own ad hoc systems and allowing users to consolidate their digital identities.

Surprise! You may already have an OpenID.

If you use any of the following services, you already have your own OpenID. Below are instructions on how to sign in with each of the following providers on an OpenID enabled website. (When you see italic text, you should replace it with your own username or screenname on that service.)

  • Google: Look for the “Sign in with a Google Account” button or use your Google Profile URL.
  • Yahoo: Look for the “Sign in with Yahoo” button.
  • Yahoo Japan: Look for the “Yahoo! JAPAN IDでログイン” button.
  • Livejournal: Enter “username.livejournal.com”
  • Hyves: Click the “Sign in with Hyves” button.
  • Blogger: Enter your blog URL: “blogname.blogspot.com”
  • Flikr: Look for the “Sign in with Yahoo” button or use your photostream URL.
  • Orange: Click the “Sign in with Orange” button or enter “orange.fr”
  • mixi: mixi is a web service that allows users to communicate with their friends and acquaintances.
  • Myspace: Look for the “Login with MySpaceID” button or enter “www.myspace.com/username”.
  • WordPress: Enter your WordPress.com URL, for example: “username.wordpress.com”.
  • AOL: Look for a “Sign in with AOL” button or enter “openid.aol.com/screenname”.

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3 - September - 2013 see original...
analyticisms:

Social media FTW! In terms of online usage at least.

analyticisms:

Social media FTW! In terms of online usage at least.

22 - August - 2013 see original...
thisistheverge:

Google patents ‘pay-per-gaze’ eye-tracking that could measure emotional response to real-world ads
Advertisers spend heaps of cash on branding, bannering, and product-placing. But does anyone really look at those ads? Google could be betting that advertisers will pay to know whether consumers are actually looking at their billboards, magazine spreads, and online ads. The company was just granted a patent for “pay-per-gaze” advertising, which would employ a Google Glass-like eye sensor in order to identify when consumers are looking at advertisements in the real world and online. 

What when PPG kicks in… when/where does advertisement meet its goal?

thisistheverge:

Google patents ‘pay-per-gaze’ eye-tracking that could measure emotional response to real-world ads

Advertisers spend heaps of cash on branding, bannering, and product-placing. But does anyone really look at those ads? Google could be betting that advertisers will pay to know whether consumers are actually looking at their billboards, magazine spreads, and online ads. The company was just granted a patent for “pay-per-gaze” advertising, which would employ a Google Glass-like eye sensor in order to identify when consumers are looking at advertisements in the real world and online. 

What when PPG kicks in… when/where does advertisement meet its goal?

22 - August - 2013 see original...
8bitfuture:

Browser share since Chrome launched.
Wow, we have a winner! Chrome turns five years old next month and is now responsible for about 43% of all the web traffic generated by the world’s desktop computers. 

Meanwhile the browser wars continue.

8bitfuture:

Browser share since Chrome launched.

Wow, we have a winner! Chrome turns five years old next month and is now responsible for about 43% of all the web traffic generated by the world’s desktop computers. 

Meanwhile the browser wars continue.

(via 8bitfuture)

22 - August - 2013 see original...
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futuristgerd:

The rise of the visual Web: Sites like Tumblr, Pinterest, Instagram, and Wanelo are becoming repositories for shopping ideas, fashion tips, and wish lists — in essence user-generated catalogs. For example, in a recent survey by Zmags (a mobile catalog company), 63% of online shoppers said they plan to use online catalogs. And 35% said they plan to use Pinterest to make purchases. (via Why Social Commerce Is Set To Explode - Business Insider)

futuristgerd:

The rise of the visual Web: Sites like Tumblr, Pinterest, Instagram, and Wanelo are becoming repositories for shopping ideas, fashion tips, and wish lists — in essence user-generated catalogs. For example, in a recent survey by Zmags (a mobile catalog company), 63% of online shoppers said they plan to use online catalogs. And 35% said they plan to use Pinterest to make purchases. (via Why Social Commerce Is Set To Explode - Business Insider)

8 - July - 2013 see original...
5 - July - 2013 photo set...