Google has released its annual Zeitgeist report into the UK’s search habits online browsing habits, listing the terms most commonly searched on its site this year.
YouTube has looked back on the year to launch a video of its most watched clips of 2010, including Old Spice, annoying oranges and bed intruders.
Twitter has revealed the top trends of 2010, with Inception, vuvuzuelas, the Gulf oil spill and Justin Bieber being the most tweeted subjects of the year.
It had to happen sometime. Santa’s longstanding Christmas conditioning whereby good behaviour earns presents has finally been toppled. Justin Schamotta, staff writer for Credit Card Comparison, looks at why kids need to education on the perils of credit card fruad.
Next year has the potential to be a big year for UK broadband, with major moves from BT, Virgin Talk talk and Sky which will revolutionise communication and media industries. Comparison site Think Broadband offers its predictions for the year ahead in broadband…
Google has reportedly requested some manufacturers delay the launch of TV sets based on the internet company’s software.
Brands want to own the SERP (Search Engine Results Page) through integrated search, but how can they achieve this with increasingly search savvy competition? Nick Beck, Managing Director of Tug, offers some creative tips to help get the most out of integrated search campaigns.
Independent research commissioned by Callcredit Information Group has today revealed consumers’ attitudes towards giving out personal details in store, as 38% of Brits never divulge their details to retailers, and almost one in ten (8%) admit to giving out fake contact details to avoid being contacted.
When is comes to making your brand visible on search, paid search can complement natural search results, writes Chris Eagle, Marketing Director, Consumerchoices.co.uk.
AOL has acquired Pictela, a provider of an award-winning global technology platform for serving and distributing high- definition brand content across online advertising and social media.