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Music download website We7 has struck a deal with indie record label V2 to provide content for its service.
French search engine Exalead is now growing its user base faster than Google or any of its rivals.
The site grew its share 16.1% between April and May, while Google grew 0.4%, Yahoo! fell 7.1% and MSN was down 5.6%, according to XiTi Monitor.
Skincare products line Neutrogena will sponsor a whole character in the popular internet video drama Lonelygirl15.
The Johnson & Johnson company has inked a two-month deal that will add to the plot a 22-year-old Neutrogena scientist who helps lead character Bree develop a serum to defeat an evil organisation known as The Order.
Almost 50% of people that visit landing pages from emails will abandon the site in the first eight seconds, meaning a lot of the effort marketers make to get people to click on links in emails is wasted.
Silverpop's latest email study, '8 Seconds to Capture Attention' (registration required) looks into what makes an effective email landing page by studying the landing pages from the campaigns of 150 companies.
Yahoo! has bought Rivals.com, a US site for fans of college and high school sport, for a reported $100m.
It's the first acquisition since CEO Terry Semel stepped down from his post this week to be replaced by Jerry Yang.
YouTube could overtake bbc.co.uk as the UK’s most popular entertainment site “within weeks”, according to Hitwise.
The measurement group says YouTube is rapidly closing the gap on the Beeb's flagship site in terms of share of UK visits.
Veoh, the online video site, has launched a downloadable player for users to access its content, making the viewing experience as near to TV as possible.
Just under four fifths of internet shoppers are happy with the retailers they use online, according to new figures from the IMRG.
The report found that the web was customers' preferred channel for two categories of goods - 64% of respondents preferred to buy books, DVDs and CDs online, while 56% preferred to shop online for travel bookings and tickets.
News Corporation is reportedly considering a deal with Yahoo! that would see the group transferring its social network MySpace to Yahoo! in return for a 25% stake in the combined company.
The Times is reporting that negotiations between the two companies are tentative, and may be under threat after Terry Semel's replacement by Jerry Yang as Yahoo CEO.
Any decision on a website's navigation is critical to usability, findability, accessibility and SEO. It can be difficult to undo if you select a poor design. So usable navigation is best established early on in a web project.
There are many different examples of main navigation systems, (i.e. the main method for accessing content in different site sections) but the 'three Cs' of convention, consistency and context are important whatever the design.
Google Maps has created a facility that allows users to add reviews and ratings for listed businesses.
The search giant's maps site has long aggregated consumer views from reviews sites around the web, but now allows users to add their own views directly on the map.
Britons who refuse to shop online due to security fears could be missing out on annual savings of £175m to £375m, according to a government study.
The Office of Fair Trading's Internet Shopping study (pdf) found a high level of worry among consumers about risks involved in using credit cards to make web payments - but it's worry that is often unnecessary.