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One of the key trends identified in our just-published 2006 Affiliate Marketing Buyer's Guide is the way that affiliates have raised their game to match increasingly sophisticated approaches by both merchants and affiliate networks.
Google Inc boss Eric Schmidt says that politicians have yet to understand the true impact of the internet on voters' behaviour.
He believes that the internet will have the power to affect the outcome of elections, as voters increasingly use the resources offered by the online world to challenge statements made by their political leaders.
A new US study has shown the risks that surfers are taking when using social networking sites such as MySpace and Facebook.
The study, conducted by enterprise IT management company CA and the National Cyber Security Alliance, reveals that users of such sites are vulnerable to hackers and identity thieves.
I wonder who will be bold enough to call the 'top' of the market. I have felt that online will easily reach a 15% share of advertising revenue for some time now, but it feels like we will surpass this figure even quicker than many anticipated.
Web 2.0 startups shouldn’t bother seeking VC money, according to Neil Sequeira of General Catalyst Partners, because “there have not yet been these type of exits that generated venture capital type returns”.
Neil is a VC who made these comments at the AjaxWorld Expo in California, but I’m not sure he’s entirely correct in his observations.
According to new research, over 60% of the UK population spends over £5,000 per year on gadgets and new technology.
The survey, released by Best of Stuff, claims that 30% of Brits own up to 15 gadgets, with mobile phones voted as 'top gadget' by 26% of respondents.
Nielsen//NetRatings has released a survey that shows the latest internet trends and technologies are still a mystery to many UK consumers.
The report shows 52% of British web users believe online and digital technologies make their life easier, but a similar percentage say they find them difficult to follow.
Yahoo! has started a beta trial of paid-for search results on its mobile internet service in the UK and US.
The launch, starting with a group of just under 100 advertisers, forms part of the portal’s plan to extend pay per click services to mobiles.
I’ve just figured out, via a Paypal email notification, that Valleyschwag has pulled the plug on its subscription model.
Google has expanded its ‘Gadgets’ programme by allowing its mini-web applications to be added to independent websites and pages.
The company has launched a gallery where users can browse through the 1000-plus widgets, which include games, calendars and weather reports.