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Providing customers with plenty of information during the buying process can help convert more browsers to buyers, according to a new survey of US web users.
Harris Interactive's Online Retail Report (pdf) surveyed 2,873 US adults, finding that 48% of respondents have increased their online shopping habits.
The co-founders of Lastminute.com, Brent Hoberman and Martha Lane Fox are reuniting for a new web venture - an interior design website.
Mydeco.com aims to become a one-stop shop for people who want to redecorate their homes, selling furniture and other items, as well as giving help and advice.
The Federal Trade Commission (FTC) has opened an antitrust probe into Google's recent acquisition of DoubleClick, according to The New York Times.
A source told the NYT that a preliminary investigation has been launched into the deal, in which Google paid $3.1bn for the ad company.
People who write regularly for online publications generally enjoy the process of writing and many don't want to get sidetracked into the technical area of doing keyword research.
Yet when one keyword can bring ten times as much traffic as another, we need to be very careful in our choice of words and use the best keywords wherever possible.
Google has launched its AdSense video ads in three new-size formats, a move coinciding with the first anniversary of the service.
The click-to-play blocks pay cost-per-thousand publishers for every ad impression, regardless of video plays.
Yahoo! has started testing its Panama contextual search advertising platform in the UK and will roll out the full service shortly.
The company last week invited search marketing professionals to a preview of the service, which seeks to improve return on advertising investment by better targeting ads to users.
Ofcom has published its Communications Market Report, which looks at the take up, availability and usage of the internet and telecommunications across the UK.
Last year, the report found major differences in take-up levels of broadband and digital TV, both between nations, and between rural and urban areas. This year's report (pdf) shows that these gaps are narrowing.
Motor insurance group Admiral has received approaches from several parties interested in buying insurance comparison website confused.com.
Admiral acknowledged the approaches in a statement and said the board was considering its options, which include "retention of the business or a partial or full disposal".
Have you seen the new Google Checkout icons which are displayed with paid search ads where the merchant is using Google Checkout? The evidence we’ve heard so far is that those icons lead to a higher click through rate.
What will that do for your paid search rankings?
Social network Facebook announced a major facelift yesterday, with the site opening up to third party software by allowing its users to embed an array of applications into their profile pages.
Rival MySpace opened up to outside developers three years ago, but Facebook has until now resisted the move.
Another day, another piece of research focusing on the growth of online shopping.
Retail analysts Verdict Research say spending by online consumers rose by a third in 2006, and is set to triple over the next five years.
A human resources firm has warned that up to a third of bloggers and social network users risk the sack for posting damaging material about their employer.
Croner commissioned YouGov for a survey of 2,000 people which found 39% of bloggers admitted to publishing sensitive or damaging posts about their workplace.