StyleCompare, a new fashion comparison website, has launched this week in partnership with a number of major retailers including ASOS and TopShop.
Twitter has been in talks with potential buyers, including Facebook and Google, who could take control of the micro-blogging site for as much as $10bn, according to a news report.
Discount website Couponstar has struck a partnership with Hewlett Packard to launch a ‘beforeIshop’ printer application available on selected new web connected e-All-in-One printers
Disneyland Paris and Walt Disney World this week launch their first major portfolio marketing campaign entitled ‘When Are You Going To Tell Them’, showing the reaction and real emotions by children when they are told they are going to visit a Disney park.
Just what happened to the likes of AltaVista, Lycos and Excite? In its latest incarnation of the History of SEO, Greenlight charts the facts and stats celebrating 16 years in the evolution of search.
Sweden’s largest search marketing company Keybroker has launched in the UK, launching a challenge to what it calls an ‘unfair tax on ad-spend’ offered by traditional search marketing practices.
The under 35 age groups find internet advertising more acceptable than Email marketing but the opposite is true for the over 35s, according to the The British Population Survey.
Just last month, leading search marketing specialist and technology firm, Greenlight, pointed out in its 2011 top 10 predictions for natural and paid search, that among other things, search engines would take an even more aggressive stance towards duplicate and low value content this year. It is going on almost a week since Google’s Matt … [Read more…]
Social media interactions are a primary influence for just three percent of visitors to e-retail websites in the UK, according to new research.
LinkedIn is reportedly planning planning to update its technology to allow marketers to target ads based on factors including users’ job titles, location and age.