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Having steered the fortunes of CIOL through the dotcom boom and the consequential bust, Abraham Mathew, President CIOL, is a true captain when it comes to IT news.

17-January-2004
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Having steered the fortunes of CIOL through the dotcom boom and the consequential bust, Abraham Mathew, President CIOL, is a true captain when it comes to IT news.

Having steered the fortunes of CIOL through the dotcom boom and the consequential bust, Abraham Mathew, President CIOL, is a true captain when it comes to IT news. In this interview with exchange4media.com, he shares his views on dotcom extravaganza, online advertising, and the importance of monitoring traffic, plus the need to build communities. Find out more about CIOL’s plans to go paid and the right ingredients to make an online venture click.

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