LBi and bigmouthmedia predict that 2011 will be a landmark year for digital marketing, with the industry coming to terms with a raft of legislative, technical and economic changes that look set to make a fundamental impact on the sector.
Bigmouthmedia’s 2011 Travel Report has revealed that the sector’s enthusiasm for digital marketing is set to continue in the face of extremely challenging trading conditions.
Yahoo! has announced the loss of 600 jobs, representing 4% of its workforce, as the internet media giant looks to boost its revenue as it looks to compete with the likes of Google and Facebook.
Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg has been named as Time Magazine’s annual Person of the Year, marking him out as the figure it believes had the most influence on events in 2010.
BBC Online’s budget will be slashed by 25 percent, as the broadcaster pledged to ‘do fewer things better’ when its comes to digital, the BBC Trust has confirmed.
Internet entrepreneur Steve Weston has launched an online ad service that will allow users to show their ads on a trillion websites within minutes of placing them.
UK music streaming service we7 has announced seven ‘New for 2011’ acts it is tipping to make a major impact on the music industry next year.
Facebook has revealed the UK’s list of top trends in status updates in the UK, giving a unique insight into the sporting, TV and cultural moments which prompted national conversations.
France is set to introduce what has been dubbed a ‘Google tax’ on online advertisements on January 1 2011, parliament decided Tuesday.
Twitter is set to open its first overseas office in London, according to a news report.