This month’s movers and shakers in the digital industry: Gurgle | Barclaycard and Wembley | Xing | Autotrader | Biz Rendezvous353 | Publicis | MyDaily | Videojug | Adobe Scene 7 | Infiniti | Crunch | Qype | Explainia | Underwired | AudienceScience | Videojug and Dailymotion | JiWire | Foviance | Mousebreaker | Kinect … [Read more…]
Firefox has overtaken Microsoft’s Internet Explorer as Europe’s browser of choice for the first time, according to new data.
In the last year the EU has introduced new cookie legislation set to be implemented by the UK government by May 2011. Article 5(3) of the Privacy and Electronic Communications Directive states that consent must be given before companies are allowed to place cookies on a web user’s computer or retrieve cookie information already stored … [Read more…]
The good, the bad and the quirky… 2010 was a landmark year for digital, with iPads, Old Spice, Angry Birds, Chatroulette and Wikileaks becoming buzzwords, while standout company Facebook went ‘Places’, got its own movie and found its CEO becoming Time magazine’s Person of the Year. Netimperative looks back over the past 12 months to … [Read more…]
Google’s browser Chrome is taking an increasing share of global Web usage, while Microsoft’s market leader Internet Explorer is in decline, according to new figures.
The Daily Telegraph is considering going behind a paywall, just months after The Times began charging readers £1 a day for online access. Steve Elsham, head of media at business analytics company SAS looks at how newspapers can make the paywall pay.
This week’s movers and shakers in the digital industry: Sportingbet | Random House | Plusnet | Coca-Cola | Face & Nokia | Strongmail | Bongiono | Invisiblehand | Blue Barracuda | Contiki | Just search | Moneybookers | Tomorrow People | Marie Claire | Stream: 20 | Rank Interactive | RSPCA & I Spy Marketing … [Read more…]
The popular NHS Choices health website has been exposed automatically ‘tracking’ all Facebook users that visit, according to new research.
Advertisers could be missing out on a growing mobile audience during the evening, with many smartphone users logging on at midnight, according to new research.
UK Brands can analyse and track the search engine optimisation (SEO) and paid search strategies of their competitors thanks to the new UK version of the search analytics software service from Searchmetrics.