Facebook was fastest growing site in terms of views.
U.K. Online Video Views up 37 Percent in a Year
Apple wants to end the Flash era, with regard to mobile anyway. For agency CEOs, that’s no problem
Video games site IGN.com and ABCNews.com are reporting big upticks in Facebook referrals. Though access to data varies from big brands to small bloggers, depending on their implementations.
AdMob leans towards Android as Apple takes ad opportunities in-house
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AdMob Data Suggests Divisions in Mobile Ad Market
Google invests in new training programs, changes the API fee system, and creates lists of certified partners.
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Google Hearts Agencies XOXOXO
Ads will be charged at $10 CPM coupled with a $2 click-through.
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Apple Seeks Seven-Figure Sums for First iAd Buys
The Consevatives policies are generating the most conversations on social media sites, boosted by the negative publicity of Gordon Brown’s ‘Bigotgate’ gaffe earlier this week, according to new research.
The Liberal Democrats’ party election broadcast has had the most powerful online engagement in the run up to the General Election, followed by the Conservative’s “The Big Society”, according to new research.
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UK election: Which party election broadcast created biggest social media buzz?
For the second week running Nick Clegg proved to win over Facebook users, with his performance hitting all but one of the right buttons in Facebook’s dial test.
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Leaders debate: Cameron’s attacks on Clegg prove least popular moments with Facebook users