Greater Manchester Police have completed a Twitter hashtag campaign, as a means of protesting Government cutbacks by revealing the sheer number of incidents they face in a single day.
People in China and the Middle East use the web far more than their Western counterparts, according to ‘the largest ever’ global study of online habits.
Google has secured new content partnership deals with media and internet companies, including NBC Universal’s CNBC, Time Warner’s HBO and Amazon, for its forthcoming Google TV service.
Videojug, a provider of ‘how-to’ online video is extending its services with the launch of ‘Videojug Pages’, a new knowledge and revenue sharing website signing up Panasonic as the first brand to provide content.
Twitter has introduced its latest efforts to monetize its popular micro-blogging platform,, with a new scheme called Promoted Accounts that will let companies pay to be included in Twitter’s “Who to Follow” lists.
Online ad network VideoEgg has bought blogging network Six Apart for an undisclosed sum, forming a new media firm SAY Media.
Twitter is set to launch a new version of its micro-blogging platform, incorporating picstures and video posted by users into its feed.
Online retailers should not rely on search to drive business, with the latest quarterly survey from IMRG and The British Population Survey showing that the use of social media has increased fourfold in the last two years.
A new whitepaper from Daryl Willcox Publishing argues why PR professionals should embrace the world of blogging.