SEER Interactive looks at sources of monetization by major Web brands

Philly-based SEO/SEM agency SEER Interactive has a feature on its website, How do our favorite tech companies make money?. It looks at some 47 major web-based brands (including several from Google) and the revenue components each has monetized to this point.

Not clear what its data sources are so its difficult to verify accuracy, but nonetheless its worth a look. Maybe SEER will expand upon it.


Daily Links 9/24/2012: First Round Capital launches "Dorm Room Fund" in Philadelphia

The Dorm Room Fund (Redeye VC)

For Students, By Students: First Round Capital Announces Dorm Room Fund in Philly (PandoDaily)

Mobile Services and Cable TV Are Unexpected Allies (New York Times)

Verizon to Pay More Than $510 Million to TiVo, ActiveVide (Bloomberg)

What caused New York’s startup boom?
A few early and broad questions in our exploration of NYC's startup community.

(O'Reilly Radar)

Ad Tech Company eXelate Raises $12M C Round Led By NewSpring Capital (TechCrunch)

Cable deal awaits verdict
City board has spent 2 years in negotiations
(Wilmington News Journal)

AppMobi Unveils Mobile Cloud Platform For Businesses

Why Software-As-A-Service Could Be A Dead End
If enterprise apps all become SaaS, your software investment will have a very precise lifespan and return.
(Information Week)'s Next Steps To Become The Next Oracle (Information Week)

SAP Bundles Analytic Apps with IQ Database (

Tech sector hopes Princeton president's replacement continues to partner with business (

MedRisk and Acrometis Partner to Maximize Network Penetration and Effectiveness for Physical Medicine Management (Business Wire)
Both firms are based in Malvern.