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Social commerce company Reevoo has released research that suggests bad reviews are good for business.
The company found that 68% of consumers trust reviews more when they see both good and bad scores, while 30% suspect censorship or faked reviews when they don’t see anything negative at all.
In the battle for the future of the tablet market, Amazon - with the Kindle Fire, may be a top contender for the lead row. But another retailer, Barnes & Noble (B&N), isn't ceding anything to its etail rival.
Yesterday, it announced that customers who pony up $120 for a one-year subscription to the digital version of PEOPLE Magazine will receive a $50 discount on the NOOK Tablet, bringing its price down to that of the Kindle Fire ($199). Customers who purchase a $240 annual subscription to the New York Times (NYT) can have a NOOK Simple Touch for free, or a NOOK Color tablet for $99.
The fight against SOPA, the Stop Online Piracy Act, may be one of the most important fights ever waged on the internet. It threatens to change the course of the web's development, and not for the better.
Given the impact this dark and misguided legislation would have on the internet economy, it's no surprise that many are coming together to do what they can to ensure it doesn't become law.
Unfortunately, however, the discussion about SOPA is incomplete.
With the advent of shopping related media in the ad market today, it’s no surprise that many people have a hard time defining the right expectations for performance from their retail publishing partners.
Not long ago, it was unheard of for a brand or agency to be purchasing digital media on a retailer’s website. However, with the amount of cross-channel shopping that consumers are doing, and with the amount of influence that websites have on in-store purchases, it’s no longer something brand advertisers can ignore.
It’s the time of year when lists are produced in their hundreds; wish lists, predictions and trends for 2012.
2012 is the year that marketers can affect change more than ever. The reality is that we don't always get what we want, sometimes we have to work that little bit harder to get it.
Here's my alternative list of 11 things that Santa will NOT be bringing you this Christmas, with some suggested further reading. Maybe it's a worth a glance over a glass of mulled wine.
Can a prominent comedian shake up the comedy business by producing his own event and selling it to consumers online in digital format DRM-free? Thanks to Louis CK's experiment, we now know the answer is yes.
More than 100,000 comedy fans have snapped up 'Louis CK: Live at the Beacon Theater' for $5, earning the comedian a healthy profit and sparking a discussion about digital content, business models and pricing.
Here's what you can learn from Louis CK's experiment.
Research company YouGov has today released its predictions for people’s consumption and behaviour in relation to smart TV, smartphones, digital radio and tablets throughout 2012.
The main points suggest that connected TV will not be taken up with gusto just yet, smartphone users largely ignore advertising on mobiles, and that DAB digital radio hasn’t quite lived up to the hype.
How well do you understand the needs of mobile searchers, and are your campaigns capitalising on the growth of mobile?
In a fluctuating economic world, it is essential for brands to adapt.
For 2012, businesses must become agile and adopt innovative strategies that engage with today’s increasingly ‘switched-on’ consumer. Here's how.
Web writing, while basically an extension of its offline counterpart, will always be driven by visits, which will always be driven by SEO.
And as SEO becomes more about a user’s overall experience on a website than the number of keywords in the content, it’s clear that a well-ranked website can’t survive without a happy mix of the two.
I don’t think I’m being too controversial when I say that, over the last few years, trust in the banking system, banks and bankers (three very different things that have been unhelpfully lumped together by the mainstream media narrative), has taken a battering.
The financial sector as a whole has huge job to do and in my view, social media is going to play a key part in getting it done.
This post will look at two key issues around trust and social media: how to measure it and how to build it.