Today’s linklove is brought to you by, lashings of ice cream and the cheapest of cheap sunglasses. London is HOT today.

Here are a few things that have caught our eye lately…

European online ad spend continues to grow, albeit more slowly than before.

Yelp reveals iPhone stats, and they’re stunning. More than a quarter of all Yelp searches now originate via the iPhone.

Is Digg dead? Well, is it?

The Daily Mail stands accused of thievery by SEO A-lister Danny Sullivan.

Want to launch a Wordpress video site? Here’s a neat checklist of video themes.

Another Wordpress-related link: I’m in the process of installing the incredibly powerful Thesis theme (more on that in due course) and found this list of ‘100 resources for Thesis’. Looks promising.

Bryan Eisenberg’s excellent tips on creating a successful PPC campaign. The basics, but solid insight, as ever.

Interesting thoughts from Danny Whatmough on why PR doesn’t need pesky journalists anymore.

Gemma Went asked her Twitter followers to suggest one piece of business advice. 100 tweets later she wrote a blog post...

The BBC has launched a charming World Cup Predictor Tool. Just don’t use it on your iPad, as it is Flash-based and looks rubbish. As you can see, I am a horrendous optimist.

The most awful ‘Place Your Order’ page ever seen (unless you have any other examples?). Spotted by eagle-eyed Dan Barker.

And just so you know, when I retire I want to be able to do this in my back garden...

Chris Lake

Published 4 June, 2010 by Chris Lake

Chris Lake is CEO at EmpiricalProof, and former Director of Content at Econsultancy. Follow him on Twitter, Google+ or connect via Linkedin.

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Danny Whatmough

Thanks Chris!

about 8 years ago

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