Facebook is updating its profile page, claiming the changes will make it easier for users to ‘tell their story’ to their friend on the social network.
On average Britons will spend 16 minutes each night socially networking with pals between the sheets on Facebook, with the peak chatting time being 9.45pm, according to new research.
Recruitment and marketing departments enjoy their office Christmas parties more than any other group, according to a new survey.
The UK’s major toy retailers must upgrade their online offering if they are to beat competitors to the Christmas rush, according to the 2010 Toy Retail Report compiled by eCommerce display experts Brandbank.
The Association of Online Publishers (AOP) unveils its first research study “The New Rules of Engagement”. The new research examines advertising engagement: the relationship between consumer engagement with website content and particularly their reaction to advertising on different website types: original content sites, portals and social networks.
News Corporation is reportedly willing to sell Myspace, the former social media market leader it bought back in 2005.
Cable giant Virgin Media has launched its new broadband internet based “next-generation entertainment platform” and Set Top Box (STB), which uses Video-on-Demand (VoD) technology from TiVo.
Myspace has launched a new mobile site and iPhone application, as the social network looks to gain lost ground on market leader Facebook and promote its music-sharing tools.
With Forbes allowing advertisers to blog amongst its editorial content, is the growing trend for online ‘advertorials’ damaging trust in internet journalism? Mike Grehan at Search Engine Strategies considers whether paid-for blogs are as bad as the industry is claiming.
How can small businesses capitalise on Twitter in an increasingly crowded social media space? Thomas Vollrath, CEO at 123-Reg.co.uk, offers a guide to standing out from the crowd on the micro-blogging platform.