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M&S transformation continues with big online push

Marks & Spencer has moved forward with its International, Multi-channel transformation plan with a briefing on its recently launched .com business. It also launched a brand new customer campaign aimed at promoting its online selling channels to new and existing customers.

Socially savvy Brits make £46 million by complaining online

Though the UK has a reputation for a stiff upper lip and not liking to protest over poor service, new research into consumer’s social media habits by Gocompare.com has found that it pays to complain.

Almost one in ten of pet owners admit to ‘social petworking’

Nearly a million pet owners have given their furry friends a social media account and are posting on their animals’ behalf, according to research from Gocompare.com.

Affiliate Window launches offline voucher solution

Affiliate Window launches offline voucher solution

Global performance network, Affiliate Window has partnered with card-linking platform, Birdback to introduce its offline voucher solution, StoreWindow.

Take on the new Peugeot RCZ R on Twitter

Take on the new Peugeot RCZ R on Twitter

To celebrate Peugeot’s most powerful production car ever, Peugeot is giving one lucky person the chance to win an ‘Ultimate Test Drive Experience’ at the Nürburgring Nordschleife circuit in Germany.

UK adults spend nearly £400 million on ‘freemium’ games

New research from Gocompare.com has uncovered the nation’s obsession with free-to-play games, with 16% of adults saying they ‘often’ play them and more than one in ten (11%) admitting that they are addicted to them.

Social media ‘selfies’ pose a new danger for road users

Worrying numbers of motorists are taking photos when behind the wheel and then sharing them via social networking sites, according to new research from Confused.com.

‘Fakebooking’ - one third of a woman’s Facebook page is ‘spun’

One third of the content on the average woman’s Facebook page is ‘spun’, a new survey has revealed. Millions of women now admit to editing and de-tagging pictures, changing ‘check-ins’ and sharing links that make them look intelligent or funny – even if they haven’t read them – to appear more interesting online.

February retail sales saved by online

Online sales of Non-Food products in the UK grew 14.3% in February versus a year earlier. In February 2013, they had increased by 12.3% over the previous year.

RealPlayer Cloud now available worldwide

RealNetwoks has announced the global roll-out of RealPlayer Cloud, allowing users to easily move, watch and share videos on any device or operating system, anywhere in the world. Consumers can now use RealPlayer Cloud on iPhone, iPad, Android, Windows 8 Modern UI, Windows, Kindle Fire, Roku and Chromecast.

Good news for those keen to control their digital legacy

Up to now, when a person died and their account was memorialized, Facebook restricted its visibility to friends-only, even if that was not how your account was set up. So unless you were already Facebook friends, you couldn’t see the account or any of its content.

Online associate degree programs and other education options beyond business school

So you want to go into business, but you don't have the right education. Maybe you want to become an entrepreneur, but know you need to learn a lot more about business and accounting.

The changing face of our high streets

In the early 1990s, a British computer scientist, Tim Berners-Lee, (at least partially) invented what we now refer to as the World Wide Web. In 1991, his team at CERN created the first ever website and put it online.

ID fraud risks for younger consumers

Equifax, the ID fraud expert, is urging younger consumers and parents to look after their personal information to keep fraudsters at bay. The latest advice comes on the advent of Safer Internet Day on 11th February 2014. The initiative asks people to help create ‘a better internet together’ and focuses advice and support on carers and teachers, as well as children and young people.

Ukash welcomes Safer Internet Day

Leading online cash payment provider, Ukash, welcomes Safer Internet Day on 11th February 2014. The initiative calls for people to create ‘a better internet together’ and is aimed at carers and teachers, as well as children and young people. Ukash helps consumers make safe and easy purchases online, without the need for a bank account or credit card, making it ideal for young people.