Amid ongoing global financial uncertainty, the mobile media industry in 2010 once again proved itself to be a sector marked by sustained growth and innovation. MEF’s 7th Business Confidence Index Report in association with KPMG revealed that the industry expects to grow by 23% during 2011, demonstrating the continued robustness of this valuable segment of … [Read more…]
BT has been accused of undermining one of the founding principles of the internet – that of “net neutrality” – by creating a two-tier system which would allow content providers on its network to charge for a faster video delivery service. Under BT’s new Content Connect feature, ISPs can charge content owners for a premium … [Read more…]
This week saw a sudden drop in email to 2008 levels, after an expected surge in bogus email over the Christmas period failed to materialise. Ryan Deutsch, StrongMail’s VP Strategic Services, explains the need for marketers to send personalised material across all channels, to ensure that marketing messages don’t trigger spam filters.
CES 2011 officially opened this week and we’re already getting a sense of what products and categories are going to stand out from the crowd. We still believe that 2011 will be the year of the tablet and expect to see lots of them in Las Vegas. Before the event, Andrew Eisner at Retrevo made … [Read more…]
Domino’s Pizza has topped pizza sales of £1million with its iPhone ordering app.
Business-based social networking site LinkedIn is set go public this year, according to a news report.
Discount website Groupon’s UK has been forced to change three of its ads, after they were found to be misleading about the money consumers would actually save through the deal.
Firefox has overtaken Microsoft’s Internet Explorer as Europe’s browser of choice for the first time, according to new data.
As technology improves, budgets tighten and costs rise, how will digital marketing fare in this new ‘age of austerity’? Liane Dietrich, MD, LinkShare UK, takes a look at the key trends all digital marketers should plan ahead for in 2011.
As the increase in rail tickets came into effect earlier this week, Michael Lawrence, Head of Corporate Propositions at Orange, asks if remote working is a feasible alternative to costly commuting….