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An increasing amount of traffic to e-commerce sites is coming from Google, according to new stats.
The proportion of visits shopping and classifieds sites received from the search engine almost doubled from 8.7% in May 2006 to 15.55% last month, Hitwise US reported.
Etsy, a website that turns painters, seamstresses and cushion-makers into online retail mavens, is holding e-commerce classes with a difference - they're all in the real world.
Launched in 2005, the site allows members to buy and sell handmade items from individual storefronts and has become regarded as an eBay of sorts for the crafts world.
Silicon Valley startup Lala.com has just gone live with an alternative plan to encourage music downloads.
It is offering free, on-demand streamed music through its site in the hope that enough users will buy CDs and download tracks to make it profitable.
eBay has launched another foray into the ad market – this time as a broker of airtime on over 2,000 radio stations in the US.
The move expands on an existing venture by the auction giant into cable TV ad sales.
Ask.com has launched Ask3D, a revamp of its search engine, which delivers results from a range of media types, as well as offering a new method of navigation.
Amazon has expanded its investment in Chinese Internet company Joyo.com, which the company bought for $75m in 2004.
Three levels of tweaking capability are available to developers, each of which allows for customisation of the out-of-the-box new Panama engine, which was released in the UK last week.
UK internet users are the most attractive to advertisers in Europe and are targeted with even more ad spend per head than those in the US, according to new figures from the Internet Advertising Bureau (IAB).
Highlights from the IAB report , released yesterday, include...
Slacker, a recently launched web radio service, has raised $40m (£20m) in a second round of funding, to add to the $14.5m (£7.3m) raised in a Series A round of funding earlier this year.
According to peHUB, Centennial Ventures and Rho Ventures were new investors, while Austin Ventures, Mission Ventures and Sevin Rosen Funds, which had participated in the first round, invested again.
And it turns out that Slacker has some serious non-web ambitions...
Howto.tv launched today, a new site which offers videos providing instructions on how to do a variety of tasks, from grooming your dog to fixing dripping taps.