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Email marketing budgets ‘to soar’

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US spending on email marketing will grow to $2.1 billion in 2012, from $1.2 billion last year, it has been predicted. JupiterResearch, a firm specializing in consumer technologies, has stated […]

Google maintains market majority

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Google continues its dominance of the US search market, a new study has revealed. Research conducted by market monitoring firm Hitwise revealed that Google possessed more than 65 percent of […]

RSS monetization ‘important and effective’

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It is important to derive profits from RSS feeds, according to an advertising network.

RSS stands for Really Simple Syndication, a means of distributing news content to readers without them h

Election ‘to be ruled by social networking’

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The presidential election is to be dominated by social networking, it has been claimed. Debra Aho Williamson, senior analyst at internet commentator eMarketer, notes that each candidate has a social […]

Email marketing ‘must be interesting’

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Websites considering revamping their email marketing strategy for 2008 should ensure their communications contain interesting and engaging content, an expert has commented.

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No, not that kind of Link: Google teaming up with Nintendo to release search engine game

sep

While it probably won’t have the impact of a new Super Mario title, Nintendo’s new collaboration with Google has produced a game that’s getting attention: Ando-Kensaku, a Wii game, will […]

News is dead, long live the news: The rise of an online industry

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It’s too easy to predict the slow demise of journalism. We’ve heard the concerns before. The advent of the internet opened the floodgates, diluting editorial standards. The blogosphere ushered in […]

BigSuperSearch.com goes public

sep

Financial search engine BigSuperSearch.com went public earlier today, with the company announcing that it would be looking into expanding the search engine’s worldwide reach.

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Yelp yips that ads will be separate from reviews amid lawsuit threats

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As the controversy over Yelp’s user reviews and business sponsorship continues to mount, the crowd-sourced business review website has pledged to keep user-generated content separated from the advertisements. The company […]