Almost three in 4 publishers (73%) say revenue from online display ads has increased in the last year, according to [pdf] a report from eConsultancy released in October 2011. Data from the “Online Publishers Survey Report” indicates that almost 40% more publishers are enjoying increased revenues compared to 2009, when just over half (53%) saw increased … Continue reading “Most Publishers See Online Display Ad Revenue Hike”
About seven in 10 (71%) of global consumers are willing to share their personal shopping data with brands online,according to new research from McCann Worldgroup released in October 2011. Data from “The Truth About Privacy” indicates that 5 times as many consumers will share their shopping data than will share their financial data online (14%).
According to … Continue reading “Consumers Willing to Share Shopping Data with Brands Online”
NetSuite OneWorld, the world’s first cloud-based ERP solution for global companies, was updated yesterday with the release of its newest version.
OneWorld is the brainchild of cloud-based financial/ERP software suite provider NetSuite.
The 2011 version of OneWorld includes automated intercompany management to accelerate and increase the efficiency of the “close process,” and it also streamlines compliance with expanded … Continue reading “NetSuite OneWorld Gets Update for 2011”
LinkedIn has announced Talent Pipeline, a new solution that aims at helping companies efficiently recruit talent, all in one place.
The solution is a one-stop shop for recruiters to track and stay connected with all of their talent leads, from any source. However, the solution won’t be available until the first half of 2012, and, it will … Continue reading “LinkedIn Talent Pipeline for Recruiters”
PayPal, eBay’s online payment service, plans to announce a new service Wednesday that aims to make it easier to shop online by cutting down on the number of accounts consumers have to create with various Web retailers.
Called PayPal Access, the service will be unveiled at eBay’s X.commerce developer conference in San Francisco. It will be … Continue reading “PayPals new online shopping login service”
The rise and rise of Facebook is producing a scramble by marketers and companies to leverage its huge global database and traffic.
Google is looking over its shoulder as Facebook grows at over 10 million users a month and sits currently at number two on web traffic rankings according to Alexa.com.
Last year Facebook surpassed Google for … Continue reading “50 Fascinating Facebook Facts And Figures”
Broken links, missing baby and wedding registries, and carts with a mind of their own are just a few of Target’s problems six weeks after the retailer unshackled itself from Amazon. But irate customers unable to complete purchases and Facebook and Twitter feeds littered with angry comments, all during a period when nearly 40% of … Continue reading “Target’s Site Plagued by Glitches, Friction Between Marketing and Tech Teams”
It was recently announced that social networking leader Facebook has purchased Push Pop Press, a digital book software company founded by Mike Matas and Kimon Tsinteris, two veterans of Apple. Moreover, Matas is the primary designer of many of the key interfaces on the iPhone, iPad, and Macs that most people who use these devices … Continue reading “Facebook Going E-Book?”
NOW THAT EXPLORER 9 HAS FINALLY COME OUT IN ADULT FORM, JON HONEYBALL FINDS MUCH TO LIKE, BUT COULD DO WITH A BIT OF PRIVACY NOW AND AGAIN
Microsoft’s latest web browser release, Internet Explorer 9, has emerged from the shadows after a rather public gestation period. I don’t really mind public betas, so long as … Continue reading “How good is IE9?”
After the recent Facebook scare with a virus its wise to check links.
If your Windows PC or Mac is ever infected with malware or a virus, check out these helpful sites:
Free Online Virus Scanners
You should also immediately run a virus scan using one of these sites: