Mouse Sales

KRYD make more sales online stores quickly and easily. Munich, 27.02.2013 – establishment in Munich: KRYD launches a new solution with the online shop can increase sales with their customers. KRYD analyzes the behavior of customers and activated automatically with customized email campaigns. Many online stores do not exploit the revenue potential of their existing customers. While studies have shown that already a small increase of expenditure in the area of existing customers leads to increases in earnings between 25% and 125%. (Gartner Group; (“Leading on the Edge of Chaos”, Emmett C.

Murphy and Mark A. Murphy) that a huge sales potential in the existing customers, have long since recognized market sizes such as Amazon, Otto and Zalando and own tools developed to address customers optimally. All can what could previously only the leader, with KRYD now. KRYD no longer relies on mass mailings, but sent instead targeted personal emails based on the behavior of the customers. Founder and Managing Director Andreas Altenburg: “for years online shops have focused only on the acquisition of new customers, to grow. Costs of up to 50,-EUR per customer are today normal. I forgot was the sales potential that is in the existing customers.

We have developed KRYD finally each shop operator can use this capability. KRYD identifies the good customers, addressing them with relevant offers and ensures that they keep coming back. This will benefit both: the customer receives useful offers instead of spam and the shop makes more sales without investing in new customer acquisition. “KRYD is offered as software-as-a-service solution (SaS) and is compatible to any shop. There are offered various packages with different monthly fees, Setup a no fee applies. The integration is carried out either as a plugin or via API. KRYD receives events that raises the customer on the Web site, for example by view of an article, a purchase, a purchase abort or a longer absence. Rules, which the shop owner visually via Mouse click in KRYD app can define KRYD performs then targeted actions. So has re-enable such user by KRYD their customers with a EUR 5 voucher, if nothing more have bought this unusually long. KRYD will start in Germany. The expansion in other countries is already in preparation. KRYD first customers are misterspex.de and shirtinator.de, as well as numerous smaller vendors. About KRYD KRYD GmbH in August 2012 was founded in Munich by Andreas Altenburg and Dr. Jarg Temme. The idea to KRYD after a joint meeting on the exceed in Berlin. Andreas Altenburg is a co-founder of Q.One GmbH of Dusseldorf, which offers a full service eCommerce suite. The Q.One customers include Hubert Burda Media, Lufthansa and Sixt AG. Dr. Jarg Temme graduated from the CAU Kiel, in the field of statistics and marketing. Before KRYD Jarg co-founded the deal united. He has worked several years in analytical consulting projects including for Coca-Cola, OTTO, and Symantec.

Where And When Is Preferred?

nalysis of T-Online.de overview in the Spritpreisdschungel Darmstadt, 4th October 2013 gives finally more transparency in fuel prices since August 31, 2013. All price changes must be reported accordingly on the market transparency Office for fuels. But where and when does it in Germany preferred? On behalf of SternTV, the team of the TankenApp T-Online.de from 16th to 22nd September 2013 has evaluated three and a half million records of market transparency Office for fuels. In the course of analysis, data were collected to fuel prices at all gas stations in 20 defined cities at 63 different times. For more specific information, check out Mitchel Resnick . The results were presented last Wednesday at SternTV. The results at a glance:-both diesel and gasoline are the most expensive in Dresden. Super 1.60 Euro costs in Dresden in the average. -Preferred one fills up Super for 1.55 euros in Bremen.

-The most expensive gas station chains include Aral and OMV. Details can be found by clicking futurist or emailing the administrator. At OMV prices for diesel and gasoline are one percent above average Competitors. -Oil is the cheapest provider. -The best time to refuel is between 18 and 20: 00. Morning and night, shortly after noon, you pay about it the most. To access the TankenApp T-Online.de is officially approved by the market transparency Office fuels the Federal Cartel Office and allows for real time prices”by over 10,000 petrol stations.

Whether on the go on your Smartphone or at home on the computer with the TankenApp, the user receives also extensive information to the stations in the detail view, price information for all fuel types, price evolution, opening times and availability of other services. With the intelligent price forecast, see motorists as the right time to refuel and navigates directly to the corresponding station. Currently, T-Online.de recorded over 800,000 downloads of the TankenApp. . 140 Editors write daily about 500 articles and offer readers to the latest news via PC, Tablet and Smartphone. With a range of 26.6 million unique users per month, is Germany’s strongest range network (AGOF Internet facts June 2013).

Kju Digital Media

Since 1 October, runs the action 30 seconds for Vienna. The best ideas of the city gathered to accelerate the path to recovery. The proposals voted on is by video-voting technology by kju: digital media. To fight crises with ideas. With 30 seconds for Vienna”, the Vienna Chamber of Commerce invites all Viennese and Vienna, and all those who work to submit their proposal to the crisis here. View website addresses the importance of the matter here. In a 30-second fcxi video clip, anyone can show what he would make new or different, to give new impetus to the economy. With this action, it is demonstrated that in Vienna got the guts and creativity exist to successfully confront the economic crisis. The possibility of up to 30 October a video clip on the platform 30sekunden.at uphold – download.

If you have no camera, can be free to record his statement on several dates from a professionel-len video team. Then the public can vote for two weeks for the posts by video voting. A jury selects the three best ideas from the submissions with the most audience votes. These will be presented at an exclusive dinner event and rewarded with shopping credits amounting to 1,000 euros each. So really everyone gets with it is home to which wealth of ideas in Vienna, the best videos on ORF Vienna are broadcast. kju: Digital media created the platform of 30sekunden.at and provided the software for the video-voting, the DYNAMIQ voting engine. The voting engine is a software solution for online and mobile polls, which offers a wide variety of functions for the handling of voting-promotions. Through the years of proven use in various international projects and the ongoing development of guaranteed safe and fair voting.

About kju: digital media kju: digital media is an international full service online agency and its customers include companies such as Coca-Cola, Unilever and Lindt & Sprungli. The company was founded in the late of 1990s developed their own under the umbrella brand of DYNAMIQ Software and uses for their innovative solutions to the professional online communication. Entertainment portals, measures for effective customer loyalty, include the wide range of viral marketing campaigns and the smooth handling of online and mobile polls. Vienna / October 6, 2009 kju: digital media Albert Gerlach, Managing Director, Theobaldgasse 7/11 A-1060 Vienna Tel: (+ 43) 01 402-29-60-0 fax: (+ 43) 01 402-29-60-9 E-Mail: pages/30sekunden/117489913371 twitter.com/30sekunden

Responsive Design

According to a recent study by comScore, Germany Europe compared with 61 million mobile users is the largest market for mobile Web usage. Meanwhile, 51% of Germans have a Smartphone and the Tabletverkaufe grew compared to the previous year to 84%. The numbers speak to the topic of mobile business in the future will be a mega boom. All the more important that companies and marketers exploit the potential and is on this development set. But in fact, much of the content of websites and online stores not yet on mobile devices are set.

The solution is: responsive design! What hides behind it and what applies to observe it, explains Philipp RENGER, senior consultant of the online agency MOSAIQ MEDIA. Mr. Renger’s what it with the responsive Web design? The range of devices has grown in recent years. Desktops, tablets and Smartphones differ in their resolution, the presentation of content and in their limit on the volume of data. There were earlier 3-4 different resolutions, there are today dozens different. Most Web pages are not optimized, suitable to represent the content for all these different resolutions.

The challenge of adaptive and responsive Web design is, regardless of the output device and resolution to ensure the ideal representation of the content. The need can eliminates multiple systems that contain a higher maintenance. The advantage is that the functionality of the page can be preserved and a most stringent (brand) experience across all end devices ensures the visitor. How does that work exactly? Responsive Web design dimensions are used in a relation to each other. However, a base value defines the maximum width of the Web page. All other dimensions are then set in relation to the base value. From pixel data are therefore relative values as percentages. Following this adaptation by repositioning, scaling, as well as the hide is a flexible or even flowing website, individual Content elements, responds to the different browsers and output devices.

Managing Director

Family tips and with families. New assessment tools invite to join. Hamburg, may 10, 2010 – functionality is Trump on Germany’s up-and-coming family Portal freizeitabenteuer.de. When you have completed the new combo box review”comments and reviews to recreational facilities quickly in one go can be done. Simplified handling of the evaluation and comments to encourage users of recreational facilities, to engage actively in the portal with own experiences. The Star award as the assessment tool was retained as optical detection feature. New, however, is the unique assignment of individual assessments to each comment. In addition, the average of all ratings will be shown.

“Also new: children’s books of section book tip” can be commented and rated with the new rating system now. The registration has been greatly slimmed down. Now, only four fields for successful registration are required. Therefore operators of leisure facilities and active users can login faster, their offers and tips without Detours to publish. Contact: Markus Gruber, Tel.: 040 / 2273 8081, e-mail:, recreational adventure GbR, tapered Court str. 8, 20251 Hamburg the idea for the site: recreational adventure GbR sees itself as virtual Leisure Guide for all commercial and non-commercial activities of the family. At the same time we families give a simple leisure planning instrument on hand. Stress ade. In addition, we want to stimulate by interactive ideas, children and parents, to engage with own comments, reviews, and even experience reports. Shareholder: Managing Director: Markus Gruber design / technology: OLE Lohmann & Vortmann of Sven

MMS Market

Media channels for print, digital and online Friedberg/Hessen, 23.12.13. The market overview Web-to-publish-systems by Melaschuk media, supplemented by criteria for the cross-media media production. The new filter criteria can be immediately used in the interactive market information at the site of Melaschuk-Medien.de online the over 100 systems, includes. For the production of advertising material, not only print publications play an important role, but increasingly digital media channels. In the market overview, differentiated and additional digital media channels like websites, journal catalogues, apps, E-books, email newsletter and social media connections are now as previously printed products. The market overview distinguishes whether the system using internal functions or external, can control the media channel for example via interface.

The actual scope of a solution in the area of cross-media media production can be described this way unique. A survey carried out in end of 2013 when the system providers brought interesting insights: the issue of derivate and setting up customized Web portals belongs to the standard features of most solutions in the market overview. Journal catalogues are created based on the printing layouts by 28 percent of the systems as an add-on in the system. 22 Percent of the solutions can deal with the intrinsic app creation. In the field of digital marketing, 31 percent of the systems allow the issue of E-Mail newsletters, SMS – or MMS newsletters, there are only 10 percent. Videos can be individualised by 14% of the systems, an integration of the media channels of TV, cinema and radio at 6 percent of the specialized solutions for regional and trade marketing. Interfaces to social-media networks to achieve 20 percent of systems. web-to-publish-software.

Free, For A Fee, Or Only Free: Usenet

Costs what must be paid for & what not what exactly is the difference between “Free” and “Free”? Actually just synonyms and therefore synonymous or is it? Many thousand users daily gather about the mysterious use NET. The oldest global network has fallen into oblivion, & memory of the Internet community will be brought again by some providers advertising’s back. With so-called “Freebies” or ‘Freebes’ (free = free, free), potential buyers are attracted. If you want to inform yourself further, you stumble inevitably over statements in forums & Council head, how: “Usenet is and was already getting anyway for free! Why should I pay something? “.” Basically the inclined user of the so-called “text” – newsgroups & ‘Binary’ – must be different newsgroups. Newsgroups or newsgroup are the individual forums in this network, where members can post their contributions (News).

As the name suggests, is a text newsgroup only in text form posted. This part of the Usenet is has always been from any Internet provider free of charge provided, as for example by Telekom. Google also offers a free, browser-based interface to the text groups of the Usenet through Google groups. In the “binaries” (binary newsgroups) accepts not only text documents, but also file attachments allowed. This is also why a binary newsgroup is much sought after.

The catch: These newsgroups are offered only by a few spziallisierten Usenet providers and are subject to a charge. Why? Why does my Internet provider access to binaries? And why is binary not free? You can clarify both questions with an answer: the amount of data in Binarygruppen are so large that the transit so caused unimaginable costs traffic (traffic), the ISP would not wear and a Usenetprovider must restore them. Text groups need not nearly so much server capacity & bandwidth because each character consumes only 1 bit. The File attachments are in the binary groups however, big often several gigabytes (GB). There are still free access to news servers with binaries? Yes. They hear at least about this. Supposedly you can hack into a news server with security vulnerabilities and the like. Everything to access reading free options on binaries, sounds but only little trustworthy. Spam & viruses are the key words here. Where we between free & free arrived at the gap: BinaryNewsgroups there is therefore not free, well. But by the alleged “subscription traps” of the Usenetanbieter, the interested users can “free” trial access & try. To do this you have to create a customer account, which automatically mutates into a subscription usually after 14 days and then the free offer will cost money at the end! However, witty & well-informed users turn the tables. It takes a serious Usenet provider free trial where you online can – cancel mouse click without problems, then can the user without Cost check an access provider after another & several months free access to binary groups. You must cancel the account within the trial period again only when the correct provider so that you can enjoy really free Usenet binaries. V.i.S.d.P. Sven Daneke

Zoltan Hornak

Manfred Tscheligi, Managing Director of CURE (Center for usability research & engineering) and coordinator of the project, stressed the aim of the project: the more attacks, the Internet of things to trust issues become more important. The uTRUSTit project will provide those information users available, they need to make decisions without being a security expert or fear of uncertain risks”. Six European research partners multidisciplinary research the uTRUSTit Consortium consists of experienced researchers and practitioners from six different European countries and can rely on simulation and Usablity laboratories within the framework of the project. The project is coordinated by the Austrian non-University Research Center CURE. “UTRUSTit explores CURE when and how users of the Internet of things” trust and adjusts the involvement of users in the development of response models, which eventually also be evaluated in field trials of CURE.

The Norwegian Computing Center collects and analyzes the user needs with special reference to users with physical disabilities. The Research Institute developed with the model representing the user feedback about the current state of security. The virtual reality Center production engineering (VRCP) of the Technical University of Chemnitz Department carries out the development and preparation of virtual reality simulations. The simulations allow you to quickly integrate the feedback of the users in the design process. The Hungarian IT-security company SEARCH-LAB examines the impact of safety ads of the Internet of things and concentrating on the human perception of trust and developed methods that determine the trustworthiness of the security of a system.

Sweden connectivity has specialized in Internet-of-things-technology and developed in the uTRUSTit project of the technology for the evaluation of scenarios. The Faculty of law of the Catholic University of Leiden examines the legal challenges in terms of security and Privatheitsaspekte of the Internet of things. total cost: 3.1 million euro EU funding: 2,4 million euro duration: 36 months (September 2010 August 2013) not to publish detailed information received by the project partners: CURE Center for usability research and engineering (Austria) CURE: CURE is a Vienna-based independent research organization with Europe’s leading expertise in the fields of usability engineering, Human computer interaction, user interface design, user experience research and user-centered design. A major concern of CURE is to bridge the gap between research and practice. Approximately 35 researchers and researchers from different disciplines such as computer science, psychology, sociology, pedagogy and the Pforzheim in projects are working at CURE. CURE has one of the world’s most advanced usability and user experience lab. The CURE research include the development and use of User experience engineering methods, research into factors of use of and methodological transfer to design optimization.

Zoltan Hornak

Manfred Tscheligi, Managing Director of CURE (Center for usability research & engineering) and coordinator of the project, stressed the aim of the project: the more attacks, the Internet of things to trust issues become more important. The uTRUSTit project will provide those information users available, they need to make decisions without being a security expert or fear of uncertain risks”. Six European research partners multidisciplinary research the uTRUSTit Consortium consists of experienced researchers and practitioners from six different European countries and can rely on simulation and Usablity laboratories within the framework of the project. The project is coordinated by the Austrian non-University Research Center CURE. “UTRUSTit explores CURE when and how users of the Internet of things” trust and adjusts the involvement of users in the development of response models, which eventually also be evaluated in field trials of CURE.

The Norwegian Computing Center collects and analyzes the user needs with special reference to users with physical disabilities. The Research Institute developed with the model representing the user feedback about the current state of security. The virtual reality Center production engineering (VRCP) of the Technical University of Chemnitz Department carries out the development and preparation of virtual reality simulations. The simulations allow you to quickly integrate the feedback of the users in the design process. The Hungarian IT-security company SEARCH-LAB examines the impact of safety ads of the Internet of things and concentrating on the human perception of trust and developed methods that determine the trustworthiness of the security of a system.

Sweden connectivity has specialized in Internet-of-things-technology and developed in the uTRUSTit project of the technology for the evaluation of scenarios. The Faculty of law of the Catholic University of Leiden examines the legal challenges in terms of security and Privatheitsaspekte of the Internet of things. total cost: 3.1 million euro EU funding: 2,4 million euro duration: 36 months (September 2010 August 2013) not to publish detailed information received by the project partners: CURE Center for usability research and engineering (Austria) CURE: CURE is a Vienna-based independent research organization with Europe’s leading expertise in the fields of usability engineering, Human computer interaction, user interface design, user experience research and user-centered design. A major concern of CURE is to bridge the gap between research and practice. Approximately 35 researchers and researchers from different disciplines such as computer science, psychology, sociology, pedagogy and the Pforzheim in projects are working at CURE. CURE has one of the world’s most advanced usability and user experience lab. The CURE research include the development and use of User experience engineering methods, research into factors of use of and methodological transfer to design optimization.