Around a fifth of people (20.3%) claim to like or follow brands on social networks yet not enough brands are responding to consumer complaints, according to a consumer study.
Total UK revenues for mobile content and services, mobile advertising and marketing, will be £407.10 million in 2010, rising to £1.10 billion in 2015, according to a new report .
Companies can improve conversion rates and business performance by adopting a more systematic and comprehensive approach to testing and optimisation, according to research published today by Econsultancy and RedEye.
More than one in eight children have been bothered or upset by online content finds a report published today based on interviews with 23,000 young people across Europe.
Ofcom will not investigate YouView, despite claims from rivals that the TV-on-demand scheme from BBC, ITV, C4 and Five is anti-competitive.
Yahoo! is planning to launch Y Connect, letting users share content across multiple websites, in a similar way to Facebook’s connect platform.
Nissan has launched what it claims to be the world’s first Flash application for Android mobiles.
Mobile app store GetJar has exclusively launched the full Android version of the popular Angry Birds game for free, funded by advertising.
New research from the Internet Advertising Bureau – the trade association for online and mobile advertising – reveals that mobile commerce has already become widely adopted in the UK, with 51% of mobile owners (23 million people) using their device to make payments, redeem coupons or research products and services.
Many UK publishers are planning to launch on a mobile platform, with the iPad, iPhone and Android being thetop three platforms top three platform picks, according to new research.