Techlightenment, an Experian company and leading provider of Facebook marketing technology and services, has announced the launch of Alchemy 2, its second generation platform for creating, managing and optimising Facebook advertising campaigns.
As unemployment hits a 17-year high, internet security firm PC Tools is warning jobseekers to be on their guard from cybercriminals taking advantage of tough times.
Bytemobile has published the findings of its Mobile Analytics Report - February 2012. The new report reveals that the average volume of video traffic on mobile networks has risen by 10 percentage points since this time last year - up to 50% from 40%.
Brands take note. Pinterest is showing all the right signs of becoming a mainstream player on the Social Media front.
Tapjoy’s VP of Europe Paul Bowen – one of the leading advocates of virtual currency in the UK – will teach developers how to make money on Android at the F2P Summit next month.
Qype, Europe's leading consumer reviews site, has cut thousands of misleading or malicious reviews from its 13.5 million online listings.
‘Blue Monday’ might have well and truly passed, but for many small businesses, there’s a post-holiday-season lull happening, as customers continue to tighten their belts and the flow of in-store and online traffic grinds to a halt.
In a world of ‘tweets’, ‘posts’ and ‘likes’ it’s only right that young-spirited car brand SEAT is leading the way in social media with an innovative feature on Facebook.
Domino’s Pizza, the pizza delivery expert, is giving Facebook fans the chance to preview a new side order a week before the national launch.
Online bingo firm Sky Bingo are heightening the excitement of one of the reality shows that has returned to our screens this year.
A new poll from galabingo.com has found that X Factor and Celebrity Big Brother contestant Frankie Cocozza is the flirtiest celebrity on Twitter.
Intrepid Urban Adventures, which offers day tours with a difference in more than 80 cities around the world, is offering the chance to run its London business for the rest of 2012 - and keep all the profits - to the person who comes up with the best tour of the capital.
A new online survey conducted by the website ParentPort reveals that, of those parents surveyed whose children watch films at home, 40% had allowed their children to watch a film classified above their age.
Trying to resist that late-night tweet or checking your work email again? The bad news is that desires for work and entertainment often win out in the daily struggle for self-control, according to a new study that measures various desires and their regulation in daily life.
Tots 100, the community of active parent bloggers and RealWire the online press release distribution service have published a comprehensive guide for, and about, UK parent bloggers - “How Parent Bloggers Make Money”.
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