Last week, Mothercare announced that it plans to reduce its high street presence over the next two years. Sri Sharma, managing director at Net Media Planet argues why the baby care market needs to focus on growing up online if the sector is to thrive not look to enter new markets.
Social media tool ScanMe has launched this week, an application that creates a unique, permanent, QR barcode for a user through their Facebook account.
Social media agency eModeration has launched a ‘Facebook VIP’ service, to help celebrities and VIPs manage their official Facebook pages.
Nearly a third (65%) of UK SMEs have an annual marketing budget of less than £5,000, with many small businesses failing to set a budget at all, according to a new poll.
The Guardian has been named most user-friendly news provider, surpassing other popular UK news providers including The Sun, Daily Mail and Daily Telegraph, according to a new study.
Industry confidence in audience targeting is on the rise, with 84.8% of agencies and 76.3% of advertisers currently use audience targeting, according to a new study.
The SonyPlayStation Network is up and running once again, 26 data after it a hacker attack that resulted in the personal details of over 100 million customers being stolen.
Google has launched its Chromebook laptop, built “for the web only”, as the internet giant looks to take on Microsoft and Apple in the operating system market.
JiWire has raised $20 million in Series C funding as the company expands it location-based mobile media across both apps and public wi-fi.
A Twitter account naming super-injunction celebrities attracted over 34,000 followers in less than a day, sparking fears that the micro-blogging site could face pressure from the UK legal establishment.