175 million U.S. Internet users watched online video content in October for an average of 15.1 hours per viewer, according to new data.
Websites are no longer simply the online ‘face’ of a business. Customers expect more from a company’s website than a home page, explains Thomas Vollrath, CEO of Webfusion.
The new site created by Cyber-Duck for the European Commission in the UK will help the 83% of Britons who know little or nothing about the EU.
MySpace, once the dominant online social network, has signed a ‘mashup’ agreement with Facebook to allow people to sign on to MySpace using their Facebook login.
Market research company Firefly Millward Brown looks into consumers’ general attitudes and behaviours towards brands in social media.
Consumers value brands being honest on social media sites, and prefer to deal with a human face rather than anonymous messages, according to a new study.
AOL UK has launched SafeSocial, a bespoke social media monitoring tool, providing parents with an overview of their children’s interactions across social networks such as Facebook and Twitter.
Excessive use of the internet is very high among children in the UK with one in five admitting they have gone without food or sleep to stay online, according to a new survey.
The impact of social media on the British workplace has been documented by the UK’s largest network of regional job boards, MyJobGroup.
Best Buy has launched a Facebook shop for UK web users following on from the opening of its online store on November 4th.