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Google’s Quality Score is forcing paid search advertisers to adopt joined up thinking in PPC campaigns, writes Andrew Girdwood.
Revenue in video game advertising will almost double in the next four years, becoming a £1bn business by 2011, according to a new report.
eMarketer forecasts the worldwide business will balloon from its 2007 value of £500m as game developers look for new ways to monetise increasingly expensive game production processes.
ADSL broadband costs could be about to fall in the UK after BT announced price reductions to its wholesale connectivity offerings.
From May 1, the telecom giant will cut the price per line charged to internet service providers from £8.40 to £7.63, a 9% reduction.
Technorati has released its 'State of the Live Web' report, which is the new name for its 'State of the Blogosphere' report.
The figures indicate that the blogosphere is still growing, with Technorati now tracking over 70m blogs worldwide, up from around 57m at the time of the last report in November 2006.
A survey by search conversion agency Tamar tells us that nine out of ten British customers prefer natural search results, and many lack trust in paid search.
Tamar's 2007 Search Attitudes Report, which polled 1,531 UK adults, also pointing out the potential harm to brands from negative comments which often appear in natural search results - 70% said they had abandoned purchases due to comments in search results.
Providing effective feature filtering - allowing users to narrow search results and / or navigate through a website by selecting multiple product features - can make a big difference to customer experience.
Many people will only use the search option on an e-commerce site as a last resort, and most prefer to navigate through a site using links, because this requires less mental effort.
TapeFailure is a new analytics tool which tracks visitor behaviour on your site, then allows you to watch their browsing in a video format.
TapeFailure is currently is beta, and, though it doesn't collect all the data that other web analytics software does, the video option provides an insight into what users actually do on your site.
Rand Fishkin and the SEOmoz team have been busy working on this year's Search Engine Ranking Factors survey, which lists the most important factors which influence your site's SEO.
As with the previous survey, SEOmoz canvassed the opinions of 32 experts in the field of SEO to weigh up the relative importance of the various ranking factors.
It is a superb study that merits further investigation. After the jump we'll list some of the key ranking factors, but it is well worth a trip to SEOmoz.org for the full set of results...
Compete's web analytics tools has attempted to give a broader range of stats beyond mere visits and page views by introducing stats measuring visitor's 'attention'.
In a recent post, Steve Rubel discussed what would replace the page impression, and while the unique visitor metric is probably the most reliable metric available at the moment, it fails to measure a user's engagement with a particular site.
Google has launched a set of free map-making tools in a bid to encourage more web users to develop mash-ups using its Google Maps platform.
MyMaps, as they are called, have been designed by the web giant to help non-techies create customised online maps and share information about their local neighbourhoods, holidays and so on.
The European market for IPTV services will more than double this year, with much of this growth coming from the UK, according to research from media analysts Screen Digest.
The report looks at IPTV services across Europe, and predicts that subscriptions to these services will rise from 2.9m in 2006 to 5.6m in 2007.
Dave Sifry has just published a post talking up recent traffic figures for blog search engine Technorati - prompting speculation that he is trying to attract a buyer for the site.
According to Sifry's post, Technorati has experienced astonishing growth in visitor numbers, with 9m users in March this year, compared with 3.5m in January. In addition, page views rose by 53% in March, and 141% since January.
Existing websites don't normally double or triple traffic in the space of 8 weeks, so that's an unbelievably fine effort.