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Car manufacturer sites rely on content websites to catch consumers before they decide

Manufacturer websites play a limited role in the early stages of the car buying process as consumers favour automotive content sites.

Prestigious digital awards celebrate the travel industry

The UK’s most prestigious blogger awards are back to celebrate the very best talented industry professionals and individual bloggers from across the UK.

Britannia Living encourages kids to get cooking

Britannia Living encourages kids to get cooking

Premium kitchen appliance specialist Britannia Living encourages children to get cooking with their latest social campaign #KidsKitchen.

How to protect yourself from Facebook viruses

Like home foreclosures and hurricanes; social viruses are things you increasingly read about in the news but hope you will never have to deal with. Unfortunately, as many Facebook users are finding out, "hope" is turning out to be a mind-numbingly dull protection strategy.

New powers could bring "click and collect" to a store near you

New powers could bring "click and collect" to a store near you

New plans would enable British high streets to adapt to meet the changing needs of today’s modern consumer.

Techie teens are shaping how we communicate

A 'millennium generation' of 14 and 15 year olds are the most technology-savvy in the UK, according to new Ofcom research, which shows that after our teens our digital confidence begins a long decline.

Companies struggle to embed cross-channel approach to marketing

The majority of companies are focused on integrated marketing but many are still struggling to implement a truly cross-channel approach, according to new research.

Brits not as savvy as they think when it comes to ID protection

A staggering four million people in the UK have already fallen victim to identity theft; the Experian Victims of Fraud team showed a massive (37%) year-on-year increase in the number of confirmed cases of fraud resolved in 2013 – yet, it appears that many Brits are still falling short of even the basics of online identity protection.

Smartphone searches: A recipe for grocery sales success

All device grocery search volumes grew 22% in the second quarter of 2014 compared with the same quarter a year earlier.

Tweeting Traffic: Commonwealth Games basis for transport Twitter study

Tweeting Traffic: Commonwealth Games basis for transport Twitter study

Social media's role in managing transport and congestion during the Commonwealth Games will be monitored and examined by experts from the University of Aberdeen.

iBeacons - What you need to know

Nope that’s not an air freshener on the wall in Tesco’s, it’s an iBeacon - Apple’s newest way to provide iPhone users and other iOS devices location based information via Bluetooth low-energy wireless technology.

UK consumers no longer in fear of ‘Big Brother’ - as long as he plays nice

New research released by Webtrends looks at British attitudes towards data sharing in 2014. It reveals that, despite common perceptions of ‘Big Brother’, UK consumers are surprisingly relaxed about sharing their data with businesses.

Young women say education is 'no guarantee' of success

Contrary to the common portrayal of today's twentysomethings as celebrity obsessed selfie-takers, a new study released today by NIVEA reveals the rise of the Happenista, a generation of young women rejecting the traditional career ladder in favour of a technology powered 'career lift.'

Agent Provocateur attracts a global audience with Content Acceleration network

CDNetworks has been chosen by Agent Provocateur, the premium British lingerie retailer, to optimise website performance and help drive growth in international markets such as the US, China, and the Middle East. CDNetworks' content acceleration platform will enable Agent Provocateur to increase global online sales and avoid website downtime.

eBay and Argos move to next stage of Click & Collect partnership

Argos has announced that they have entered an agreement to extend their offering of Click & Collect services via Argos stores.