Monthly Archives: July 2010

Email Beats Social Media For Consumer Attention

Of late marketers and advertisers have all been paying a lot of attention to social media sites in order to reach their target audience. While this is certainly a necessary move, considering the growth that social networking sites are now seeing, it is highly advisable that they do not ignore the tried and tested medium of email. Read more →

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Thousands of Blogs Shut Down Due To Terror Threat

Blogetery.com has recently been shut down, bringing down thousands of blogs, following a terror threat being posted on one of the blogs hoste on the domain. Read more →

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Japan Tests Billboards That Know Your Age, Gender

Marketing agencies in Japan are taking technology one huge step further. They are testing billboards which can tell the sex and age of the person standing in front of it. Read more →

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Android Money Comes From Google Mobile Ads

The Android operating system may not be vital to the Google search engine, but Google makes a killing from the ads sold through the Android operating system. Read more →

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Social Media Sites Not Regarded Highly

Foresee Results and the American Customer Satisfaction Index, have recently conducted a study to find out how customers in the U.S. feel about various social media sites. Read more →

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Vatican Google Bombed

It has been reported that over the last weekend, the Vatican had been Google Bombed. Read more →

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Google Invests In Zynga – Prepares Google Games

A post recently published by TechCrunch says that Google recently invested a substantial amount of money in the social gaming site Zynga. Read more →

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Over-Inflated Twitter Search Volumes

For some time now, it has been believed that the number of search queries that Twitter receives is growing in leaps and bounds. This might not be completely true. Read more →

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AdWords Do Not Infringe Trademark Law – EU

The keywords used by some companies to advertise on Google AdWords have led to a controversy regarding trademark laws. Read more →

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Facebook Overtaking Orkut In India

A few days ago, comScore released a report that shows that Facebook is fast catching up with Orkut in India and Brazil. Read more →

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YouTube Creates A ‘StumbleUpon’ For Videos

Selecting and watching a video on the internet can be quite a taxing task, according to the folks at YouTube, because users have to browse and click with the mouse several times to get the video they want in the definition and screen they like. Read more →

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YouTube Creates A 'StumbleUpon' For Videos

Selecting and watching a video on the internet can be quite a taxing task, according to the folks at YouTube, because users have to browse and click with the mouse several times to get the video they want in the definition and screen they like. Read more →

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YouTube Mobile Improves Functionality

The mobile Internet has been growing at an exponential rate and YouTube mobile is no exception. The YouTube mobile site, which was launched on mobile devices as recently as 2007, has grown quickly and in 2009 it grew almost 160% over the previous year. Read more →

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Twitter May Sell Followers

There is a rumour going around that Twitter will soon make it possible to buy followers. Read more →

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5 Billion Mobile Phones

There are now over 5 billion mobile phones in use worldwide. According to Ericsson, this landmark was reached on last Thursday the 8th of July. Read more →

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Twitter Confirms Realtime Analytics

Twitter has just confirmed on their engineering blog that they are using the realtime analytics system Cassandra. Read more →

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Social Media Dominates Asian Internet Use

Nielsen has recently released the findings of their study about the use of social networks in the Asia Pacific region. As expected, the use of social media is growing in popularity in that region. Read more →

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Lady Gaga First With 10 Million Facebook Fans

Lady Gaga is the first living person to reach the landmark of having 10 million fans on Facebook. As of the 5th of July 2010, she had 10,673,476 fans on Facebook, while the former leader, Barack Obama had 9,824,885 fans at that time.

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Sponsored Trending Topics Working Well

The recently released Sponsored Trending Topics feature by Twitter seems to be doing quite well. Some well known brands have already attached themselves to this feature, and the latest to do so is the NBA. Read more →

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