The UK has the largest internet economy in the G20 group of industrialised nations, accounting for 8.3% of its total industry, according to new research.
This clever publicity stunt from Mercedes has earned the car maker many plaudits this week. See why it’s been named our viral of the week here…
US-based analytics firm Semphonic has struck a set of European partnerships as part of its general EU expansion.
Tablet and smartphone owners in Germany, Italy and the U.K. are more likely than American device owners to make a purchase online via PC after viewing an ad on their tablet or smartphone, according to a new study looking at mobile marketing trends.
Clothing brand Lacoste has hired Maxymiser to use multivariate testing to boost web sales in the UK and Europe.
A one-word tweet from author Stephen Fry has boosted the career of an aspiring singer – after it increased traffic to his latest video by two million people.
Online sales in the UK are predicted to increase 14% and continue to hit high streets, according to new research.
Of the 379.4m Europeans who went online in November 2011, nearly half (47.8%) visited at least one newspaper site,, with a considerable number visiting the top 5 newspaper sites preceded by a visit to Facebook, according to new research.
Hacker group Anonymous struck down government and industry Web sites this week, in what they claim was their biggest operation yet.
Russian online shopping growth is being hampered by infrastructure and slow delivery times, according to a new report from accountancy PWC.