Is Google’s new ‘one-stop paid content shop’ the answer to the publishers’ online revenue debacle? Suzanne Morrow, senior copywriter for agency Dog Digital, takes a closer look at Google’s latest venture….
Google has launched One Pass, a one-stop destination where users can pay for publications online, taking a 10% commission fee from all transactions.
With Valentine’s fast approaching, shopping search engine Twenga has compared the most popular lingerie searches in the UK, France and Germany. The findings show that women in all three countries are putting comfort first.
Facebook has launched its ‘deals’ service in the UK, giving users of its Places app local offers sent to their mobile phone, ready to redeem.
UK search spend increased 14 percent year-on-year in the final quarter of 2010, with Google leading the charge, according to new research.
Amazon has bought Lovefilm, in a deal that reportedly values the UK-based DVD rental and online video company at £200m.
Middle-aged people between 40 and 65 have become active Internet users, and are also keen to buy the latest gadgets like the iPad, according to a new survey.
British women start their Christmas shopping well before the men, according to a new online poll.
Research by the Centre of Economics and Business Research (CEBR) reports that widespread adoption of cloud computing could give the top five EU economies a 763bn euro boost over five years and create 2.4m jobs.
Nearly half of all Brits (45%) find the inability to touch products online is the biggest barrier to shopping online for Christmas, according to new research.