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Twitter launched their official app for Android last week, and initial feedback is very positive. It fully supports widgets, uploading images / videos, and many other great features. Users must be running 2.1 or above to use the application. At this time, the app does not support multipe accounts, but there’s promise that this app is “just the beginning.” (via Twitter)
In 2009, Google announced a program that would enabled hosting companies to integrate Google services into their control panels for easy access to their customers. According to Google, several hosting companies (including Go Daddy, FatCow, and Aplus) have adopted the program, and “thousands of websites have benefited from configuring services like AdSense, Custom Search and Webmaster Tools.”
Rajat Mukherjee, Group Product Manager of Search at Google, stated that “we’ve taken an additional step to improve access to these tools. Parallels, a [...]
Schaaf Consulting announced last week that it acquired PartnerCentric, Inc. The combined company will create one of the largest outsourced program management (OPM) companies. The two companies already manage many of the top-performing affiliate programs, including the eBay Partner Network, Constant Contact, and Quicken Loans. The new company, known as Schaaf-PartnerCentric, will be lead by Brook Schaff (Schaaf Consulting CEO), and based out of Los Angeles. Linda Woods, PartnerCentric Founder and President, will remain with the company as a [...]
SponsorPay (www.sponsorpay.com) was established in 2009 and provides an innovative payment system which gives online gamers free access to premium content such as virtual currencies and items. SponsorPay serves more than 30 countries with fully localized versions of its application and reaches more than 40 million active users in Europe. “The acquisition of GratisPay is an important milestone for our company,” stated SponsorPay’s CEO Andreas Bodczek. The consolidation of the two companies creates Europe’s leading provider of ad-based payment systems.