All of the prospective “Google killers” have had something to offer, but none of them are near replacing Google.
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Google Killer? Enough Already!
The social site says available inventory will go unchanged, while marketers believe there’s more going on than meets the eye.
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Facebook Advertisers React to Leaked CPC Memo
Why the Tories’ Google AdWords Strategy could help them win this week’s general election – and how the other parties can still stop them. Ian Howie, co-founder of Search Marketing of 1upSearch takes a look at how pay-per-click ads are being used to sway this week’s General Election.
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People are embracing e-commerce, not just for convenience, but because it is seen as a more environmentally-friendly way to shop, according to new research.
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More people recognise online as a ‘greener’ way to shop
Britain is fast becoming a nation of e-Shop keepers as 49 per cent of consumers now regularly buy from Internet-only firms with no physical shop premises, according to research released to today by 1&1 Internet Ltd, the world’s largest web host by known servers.
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Brits ‘more demanding’ as a result of online shopping
Some of the biggest business-to-business brands in the UK B2B brands are not showing up in search results, offing huge opportunities to their rivals, according to new research.Digital Marketer
Google has invested in Recorded Future, a startup company that claims to be able to predict the future.Digital Marketer
Dabs.com has launched its first augmented reality campaign, which allows users to see a virtual Acer 3D laptop ‘in their hands’ – without the need for 3D glasses.
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Dabs’ augmented reality ad puts virtual laptop in users’ hands
The Digital Economy Act focuses on piracy, but are there bigger problems posed by the web? Christian Sjöberg, CEO at NetClean, argues that the Government should put tackling child abuse at the heart of their digital policy.Digital Marketer
Internet media and ad technology firms will be briefed on a much-anticipated online privacy bill.
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House Privacy Bill Expected Tomorrow