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Chinese search engine Baidu has launched a new service in Japan, the first time the service has launched outside of its home market.
Baidu has chosen Japan as the next step because of the high levels of internet penetration in the country, as well as the similarities in language between the two countries.
Touts on eBay have been thwarted in their attempts to make a quick buck from people desperately searching for the new Playstation 3, as plenty of the games consoles are available to buy through regular channels.
Based on launches of previous gaming devices, like the PSP and Xbox, touts expected that the demand for Sony’s new machine would soon mean that shops would run out of stock and gamers would turn to eBay.
Statsaholic, the Alexa-powered traffic tool formerly known as Alexaholic, is being systematically crushed by Amazon in a move that is going to create a wave of negative PR for the online retail giant.
Earlier this month Amazon sent a legal warning that forced Alexaholic to drop the Alexa from its name. Fair enough – brands have to look after their trademarks. But now it is preventing Statsaholic from using its API at all.
This is bad news, and sends out a highly ridiculous message to current and prospective users of Amazon Web Services. The message is this: “If you are successful, we can close you down.”
Yell.com, the online listings site, is to allow advertisers to use its site on a pay-per-click basis. It will also introduce enhanced banner advertising.
Yell has already signed up a number of well-known brands for the new listings, including American Express motor insurance, Interflora, Swiftcover motor insurance and Hiscox house insurance.
Popuri is a new site which allows you to quickly look at statistics for any website. It shows the link popularity of a website using rankings from various sources.
Simply type in the site's URL and Popuri will show stats from Google Page Rank, Alexa, and backlinks from Google, Yahoo and Live.com.
There is at least one constant in the everflux of Search landscape; the importance of meta tags ebbs and flows. Is 2007 a year where the value of meta tags increases again?
Twelve percent of British internet users fell victim to online fraud last year, with around half of them losing out while shopping according to new research.
Some 2,441 survey respondents to the Internet Safety: The State of the Nation paper reported an average £875 loss in 2006.
The move follows a similar decision by rival bookseller Waterstone's in 2006, and came as Borders posted losses of $73.6m (£37.5m) for the fourth quarter of last year.
BT has launched an online service that helps small businesses use social media tools like blogs and podcasts in their company marketing.
BT Tradespace is pitched as taking "a giant leap forward in digital marketing", encouraging users to "join a fast-growing community of buyers and sellers in your specific business area".
Some 57% of UK companies offer little or no web self-service for their customers, potentially resulting in loss of revenue for etailers, according to research.
eGain assessed the web self-service functions of 125 major companies in the UK across a range of sectors. Only 17% of companies were found to be offering acceptable customer service solutions.
Figures from Edison Media Research suggest the audience for podcasting is on the rise, and that general awareness of the medium is growing rapidly.
The stats, which were originally presented at the Corporate Podcasting Summit in London, show that awareness of podcasting grew by 70%, while actual use increased by only 18%.
News Corporation and NBC Universal have teamed up to create a new online video site, which will be launched this summer.
The site will show full episodes and clips from TV shows, including 24 and Saturday Night Live, all available free of charge and supported by advertising. Films will also be shown, though it's unclear whether or not these will be free to view.