We've stopped using 3rd party analytics such as services like google analytics. What are your thoughts on companies taking your analytics and reselling them/making them available to the public? I'll show you more on how analytics can impact your valuation?
on January 12
Thanks to NYC and the great response to WebWalk! Heading back in Dec! Speaking of travel, a NeuStep co-founder will be in the LA area 11/22 - 11/30 and is meeting directly with owners and managers about the business value of WebWalk. Feel free to reach out! [email protected]
on November 05
The response for our trip to NYC has been great! There are still a couple of spots left, so if you would like your business "WebWalked" while we are in the NYC area (10/26 - 11/2), please let us know!
We'll be checking email and phone regularly!
on October 25
Hey Everyone! We are happy to announce we will be in the Big Apple (NYC!) Oct. 26th - Nov. 2nd shooting WebWalk tours. If you have a business in or around the city, let us know! We'll give you a REALLY sweet deal since we'll already be in town! [email protected] or 312.948.8165
on October 07
As a way of saying "thank you" we're offering some killer deals on WebWalk for our fans and followers for the month of September. If you are involved in a business that would benefit from WebWalk, now is the time to check us out!
on September 09
In the past we've used Google Analytics, but I was understanding more about why Google offers them for free. There is a lot of insight that can be sold and used as leveraged against your company in the event of liquidation. Are you using private analytics for the web? Thoughts?
on August 31
Working hard inside our office today on some really exciting new features for WebWalk. Also, some very exciting projects coming down the pipe. Unfortunately it's a rainy muggy day here in Chicago, fo drizzle...
on August 04
Well, you get red carpet VIP at Hawthorne Race Course, courtesy of me, use it! Take Lorenzo Carver and drop my name all over the place. We're going to do some big rock concerts there starting with our opening on Oct 1 with live thoroughbred racing. Sorry everybody about that!
It's Friday and almost weekend time. Our CEO should be having a baby any minute now. Well... he's not having the baby, but he had something to do with it I suppose. NeuStep wishes Raph and Tracy good luck!
on July 30
Happy Tuesday. If you or anyone you know have a business in the River North area of Chicago, have them contact us right away. We're about to roll out an initiative that could be a pretty sweet deal for them. If you don't know anyone there, have a great Tuesday anyway.
on July 27
Hey Lee, give the Tokyo girlz a Sharpie, they seem to like that! They don't care if you're in the band or the movie or whatever. They just want your autograph, so give it to them. Hope all is well with you and yours Lee! -Gene
A short little read on how our Hotspot App can help your business, that is if you do in fact own a business. If you don't, you should read it anyway and tell someone you know that does. Happy Thursday everyone! http://eepurl.com/HhOx
on July 08
Hope everyone had a nice long weekend. On another note, has anyone seen our VP of Technology? The last we heard he was leaving for Las Vegas for the holiday weekend and we haven't heard from him since.
on July 06
NeuStep would like to wish everyone a happy holiday weekend. Stay safe out there. If you're lighting fireworks and one of the fuses happens to go out, wait a few minutes before running up and lighting it again, it personally hasn't worked out for me on more than one occasion.
on July 02
NeuStep has solved the most detrimental of problems plaguing the virtual tour market through the release of its WebWalk technology. Developed as a compliment to Google's widely popular Street View technology, WebWalk allows a user to seamlessly “walk-through” a location while retaining the ability to look in any direction, (360-view), at any point along the path. Instead of hording the technology internally, NeuStep has created the WebWalk platform, (http://www.webwalk.com), to empower freelance photographers and virtual media companies to service their own local markets.
NeuCompanies(the holding company of NeuStep) is being managed full-time by a teamof individuals with various backgrounds in engineering, technology,marketing and business management. They have considerable workexperience in a variety of environments (military to startups to BlueChips), and have effectively managed many business ideas and turnedthem into profitable business initiatives. The team is supported byseveral influential business executives in the private sector as well.
NeuStep has shifted from being a full-service media company to a software licensing company. This shift empowers virtual tour providers and photographers to provide WebWalk technology within the real estate industry as well additional industries.
NeuStep’sinvestment in 6 years of research and development hasensured a very high barrier to entry for competitors. The continuedleveraging of business relationships created through this businessmodel will secure a pipeline for quick deployment of next-generationNeuStep offerings, already in development.