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PPC hyperinflation reported on Google Adwords

2006

Wow, Google’s Quality Score is really starting to bite hard on some PPC budgets. I’ve just taken a call from Auctioning4U, a UK-based firm that helps people sell goods on eBay, and they are...

Free Web 2.0 software doesn’t mean better…

2006

TechCrunch posts a heads up on ActiveCollab, a new open source alternative to popular online project management tool Basecamp, by Web 2.0 poster children 37Signals, and talks about the possible...

Dell leads the way with blogging

2006

Recently Dell launched a blog where their “intention is to address issues that are important to use and our customers”, and at present I feel that can only be a good thing, so long as Dell are...

Rand's lovely new Page Strength Tool

2006

Rand Fishkin’s SEOmoz.org is a great website for anybody interested in SEO as it contains search marketing news, research and analysis. It also hosts a number of tools that can help marketers,...

Hamleys to launch new website

2006

London toy seller Hamleys is planning to relaunch its website later this year, as part of a new strategy to focus more on the internet.

BT denies Bebo approach, Web 2.0 shark not yet jumped

2006

TechCrunch reports that Bebo has spurned the advances of UK telecoms behemoth BT, which is rumoured to have offered more than £300m ($552m) for the social networking site. However, a senior BT...

Web 2.0 needs to be agile to be successful

2006

I’ve been dealing with a few clients of late, most of which have heard the ruckus around this newfangled Web 2.0 thing, and most of which want to do something Web 2.0 with their projects. Some want...

eBay sells Adsense click fraud, plays with fire

2006

Last week we reported that eBay has banned Google Checkout, something that is likely to backfire on the auction giant, which owns rival payment processor PayPal. Silicon has today published a...

Google's Schmidt on the economics of click fraud

2006

Google CEO Eric Schmidt has played down calls for the search industry to tighten its grip on click fraud by declaring the problem "self-correcting". Quoted by ZDNet from a speech at Stanford...

AOL and retailers are rubbish at customer service

2006

Wow, what a week for customer services. First we had the now-infamous Vincent Ferrari call to AOL. Then we noticed a press release on E-consultancy that painted a bleak picture of online customer...

eBay says no way to Google Checkout

2006

Bang bang, eBay has - rather unsurprisingly - shot down Google Checkout, preventing people from using it to pay for auction items, according to a post on AuctionBytes.

Google owes you nothing

2006

The Guardian’s Jack Schofield has written a thought-provoking piece on the power of Google, specifically referring to the case of a website called sprayonmud.co.uk which was delisted from the...

The 12 reasons why UK businesses don't blog

2006

How many companies in the UK are blogging? Not many, it seems, according to a list compiled by Suw Charman . Not many at all. The list isn’t fully comprehensive, but it highlights the dearth of...

Wanted: sexier name for web analytics

2006

We have started to pull together our 2006 Web Analytics Buyer’s Guide and it’s clear that a lot has moved on in the last few months. Should we re-name this topic entirely in the face of...

Manchester Internet Night - July 25th

2006

At this year’s Internet World we met a bunch of passionate internet professionals based around the M62 corridor, who pretty much demanded that we host more events based outside of London. And hey,...

Troubled mobile operator 3 loses walled garden

2006

3, the mobile operator with the dubious brand name, has teamed up with Yahoo to finally allow its users to access the web via mobile handsets. The telecoms group today announced a global...

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