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Some social networks will pay users for posts, updates

Tsu, which was launched in October 2014,  says it will only keep 10 per cent of the ad revenues it generates with itself and share the rest. Already it claims to have two million users.

 
 
It's amazing what a bit of clever marketing can do. It can put books that are not yet released right on top of the bestseller charts.
This rise of a tribe of travellers who document their journeys every inch of the way on social media is set to impact the travel economy in a big way.
A clutch of companies is racing to build an Indian language Internet to meet the growing demand for non-English content from web users.
The Serious Fraud Investigation Office (SFIO) has been the chief investigation arm of the Ministry of Corporate Affairs during the Satyam scam investigation now underway.
 
 
Start-ups like Roposo, Wooplr, Violet Street let users who are fashionistas create and curate looks and direct conversations on styles.
Games research company Newzoo forecasts that in 2015 mobile game revenues will zoom past those of console games for the first time.
In 2015, people are expected to move beyond networking to actually transacting through social media. The networks are gearing up with innovative gateways.
Declining revenues force online travel agencies to explore routes beyond domestic air travel.
By doing away with the concept of entry load, the message from the market regulator is loud and clear: Advise investors, don’t just sell mutual funds.

They didn’t go overboard during the housing boom. No wonder when the crash came, these smart realtors had very low debt.

Indian Small and Medium Enterprises (SMEs) are caught in a vice-like grip of monumental proportions, if a recent FICCI survey is to be believed.