Today’s advice comes from Richard Rosenblatt, Chairman and CEO at Demand Media, via his LinkedIn blog:
The Myspace Mafia is reuniting.Demand Media CEO Richard Rosenblatt, who was chairman of Myspace when News Corp. bought it, met with Twitter sales chief Adam Bain for breakfast this morning, according to their tweets.
Demand Media CEO Richard Rosenblatt says Yahoo CEO Scott Thompson should resign over his resume scandal.
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[credit provider=”AP”] After a public offering set it around $1.4 billion in January, Demand Media already has a $2 billion market cap going into the middle of March.The IPO – the biggest Internet offering since Google’s – and the subsequent stock performance having been amazing to watch because on its […]
Demand Media (DMD), the world’s largest low-cost content producer, has responded to the massive algorithm change Google just made.Basically, Demand says the change hasn’t hurt its business at all.
Google just changed its search algorithm and effectively declared war on Content Farms like Demand Media.
For the past six months, the folks at Demand Media (DMD) have had to sit back and take it as one critic after another has shredded the company for a litany of perceived sins.But now, thanks to its highly successful IPO last week, Demand gets the last laugh.
Demand Media, the much-criticised “content farm”, just went public this week, and at last estimate its market cap hovers around $1.8 billion.
[credit provider=”Associated Press”] Google just dealt Demand Media’s IPO prospects a nasty blow.In a post to the Official Google Blog, the company said that users are complaining about “content farms,” and that “we hear the feedback from the web loud and clear.”
Demand Media filed its S-1 registration statement with the SEC four months ago and is now attempting to sell its stock offering.
[credit provider=”saritarobinson” url=”http://www.flickr.com/photos/saritalad/488720133/”] Since Demand Media filed its S-1 with the SEC in August, and thereby let the world know it plans to IPO soon, it’s been radio silence from the SoCal McContent firm.At last night’s SA 100 party, inquiring minds wanted to know: Is an IPO still on? When […]
Here’s a fun one.An industry source told us last week that Mahalo CEO Jason Calacanis is going around telling people he hired IAC M&A vet Jason Rapp as President in order to sell the company for a price around $700 million.
Demand Media CEO Richard Rosenblatt explained his business at the D Conference yesterday.
Next fall, Demand Media will file for what it hopes will be the first $1 billion Internet IPO since Google. To get ready, it’s hiring a bunch of Yahoos.