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Join Telnic's Fun-filled Treasure Hunt
Follow Emma's exciting adventure across the world to uncover hidden clues and solve the riddles to win a fantastic prize. Here's your chance to set off on your own .tel adventure and join in the fun. Are you up to the challenge?
Over the course of the next 10 weeks you can join in the fun with our fantastic treasure hunt.
Each week you can follow Emma on her fast-paced dash across the world. You'll have to help uncover hidden clues within her journey and solve the riddles that will eventually lead to a secret. A fabulous prize will be given to the highly deserving individual that manages to go the whole way and unravel the mystery puzzle. As the worthy winner of this complex challenge you'll win a £5000 voucher from our travel agent towards a trip for two.
Don't miss out on the fun fuelled adventure - to enter the competition, visit thejourneystarts.tel. No purchase is necessary, so .tel your friends, family and colleagues about the competition!
We're delighted Rob has agreed to write this for us, as he has recently been nominated for a Sony Radio Award for his work with the BBC last year. He is most known around the world for the work he has done on the recent series of Doctor Who (for those that know the series, Rob wrote the television episode "Dalek" for the 2005 series of Doctor Who produced by Russell T Davies), but he's also had his plays produced by Francis Ford Coppola and worked for many years with Allan Aykborn. His first book, a collection of short stories called Tiny Deaths, was named Best Collection at the annual World Fantasy Awards in 2008. In 2009, one of the stories from the book, 'No Looking Back', was selected by the National Library of Singapore for the Read! Singapore campaign, ensuring the story was published separately as a mini-book and distributed all over the country. More information about Rob can be found, of course, at robshearman.tel.
We're always looking to maximize the benefits that your .tel will bring to you and in the past few days we've made some more changes to improve this further. These include:
If you'd like to know more about SEO, see the presentation by our CTO, Henri Asseily.
In your opinion, what are the prospects for the development of mobile Internet in Poland?
.tel domains are perfect, especially for new communication channels which are mobile – in the near future the demand will increase. Lots of our customers have been looking for modern and easy-to-use methods of reaching their clients, presenting information and integrating several 'entities' on the Internet, and the .tel domain seems to be a perfect fit for it. It also has a high possibility of becoming a standard for mobile devices and reinforces the position in search engines, especially in connection with new media, such as Goldenline, Facebook, Twitter, YouTube, Flickr, etc.
What is your view on online advertising?
ZenithOptiMedia forecasts an increase in online advertising in Poland in 2010 of up to 13.6% of the whole advertising budget - in a generally stable market. I think we will observe a big increase in 2011 and 2012, which will be additionally reinforced by The World Cup euro2012. There are many reasons for such a trend to take place and the dynamics are there to reach several dozen percentage point increase. Replacing the Internet with mobile Internet will draw the attention of advertisers, and companies will follow their customers, which we hope will be strong and permanent phenomenon.
In short, Poland is an interesting market, isn't it?
I can assure you that it is an interesting market. I believe that Poland will be very important market for Telnic, the .tel domain, media and communication channels and an important part of online and directional advertising for the European market. I'd like to encourage foreign readers to visit Poland, which is a beautiful country with big perspectives and warm people.
Having used HeidiArt.tel, I can say I like because it's organised. It shows all of my internet sites on one page in a clear way. I like that people do not have to log onto a site and add me as a friend before they can view my contact information. I can update my information quickly, use privacy settings and add as much information onto my page as I want. Folders are great to keep the information clear and easy to follow.
This year I will send my work to art publishers in Europe through the internet and my .tel will be a directory for all online pages to show the publishers my work. It will be my online business card.
I feel that being discoverable on the internet is really important for people working in the arts and especially for me living in Iceland. From May 2009 I have used the internet to promote my art because I wanted more people to see my work and comment on my paintings. Becoming discoverable on the internet has made a big difference to my life and has made me enjoy my art even more. It is really exciting to have comments on your work from people all over the world.
Generally, I think everyone will benefit from owning a .tel in the future. If they have information in different places on the internet, on different websites, different social media pages, then they will benefit from a .tel and store all that information in one place. I think it will also be good for businesses that need customers to find their information easy and fast. With .tel you can tell people where to find a lot of information about you or your company in a few words and they can view this information really fast, wherever they are. Maybe .tel will be big in the future, bigger than people realise right now.
For examples of .tel used by artists & instructions on setting up your .tel to meet your professional needs, please refer to telnic.org > .tel for you > Professionals > Artists.
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martes, 4 de mayo de 2010
Publicado por pacomio47 en 9:45