The Economist has partnered with AdGent Digital, launching a new feature on its site allowing readers to tweet comments in real time to a live debate.
Brits are dabbling in the markets online, with 446,000 searches made online by UK consumers looking for trading-related platforms and services in October 2010, according to new research.
Facebook has launched its ‘deals’ service in the UK, giving users of its Places app local offers sent to their mobile phone, ready to redeem.
AOL Europe has acquired video distribution network goviral, as the internet media company further expands its ad-funded content services.
The number of searches made online by UK consumers for home insurance-related products is expected to rise in the early part of 2011, according to new research.
O2 and Virgin Media took two awards each of the seven on offer in the first Broadbandgenie.co.uk Home Broadband Awards, announced this week.
Dennis Publishing is testing a new behavioural targeting campaign across its roster of sites, in partnership with nugg.ad.
eCRM agency Underwired Amaze has launched a Social CRM (sCRM) tool for integrating Facebook functionality with segmented email campaigns and eCRM programmes.
Social media is predicted to boom across UK businesses in 2011, with freelancers set to benefit from a raft of new short term vacancies as firms look for flexible solutions.
The website of the Daily Mail remains the UK’s most popular national newspaper website for the twelfth month in succession, attracting 53.9 million browsers in December, according to new figures.