Last May, the EU Privacy and Communications Directive came into force which stated that all non-essential cookies used on websites must be clearly identified to the website’s users and that the website users must consent to the cookies being used (on an opt in basis).
Although the number of retailers going into administration has fallen since 2008, there is still a steady stream of established names disappearing from the high street. But is there life in the domain names past death? Alex Wares, managing director at search marketing agency Mediarun explains
Some companies are sitting on the sidelines, sticking to their outdated traditional marketing strategies, other companies are quickly gobbling up all the best generic domain names related to their products, services, and locations. Here we explain the power of keyword domains and the role they can play in strategic marketing.
LinkedIn has expanded its mobile offering with the announcement of the LinkedIn application for the iPad as well as the availability of its iPhone and Android applications.
The latest salvo in the battle to launch a digital wallet has been unveiled – with a mini, stick-on credit card.
E-commerce businesses focus time and money on providing customers with efficient and flexible delivery options. However, many companies neglect to extend this attention to the return of unwanted goods. Paul Galpin, Managing Director of P2P Mailing, looks at the importance of assessing and managing this vital process.
One in three organisations has suffered one or more Distributed Denial of Service (DDoS) attacks in the last 12 months claims new research
It has been confirmed today that Nominet, the registry body which looks after the management of the .uk internet namespace, will take forward the application for .cymru & .wales
Elance, the Internet platform used by businesses to gain instant access to over one million independent workers online, and Enterprise Nation, the small business support company, have partnered, offering UK startups and small businesses over $100,000 to help them grow their companies.
Several pieces of research have emerged that show many small businesses are failing to maximise the online opportunities available to them, despite the rise in e-commerce and digital marketing.
‘Companies everywhere are recognising that video has become the factor that can provide an edge over the competition’ – the wise words of James Leal-Valias, creative director at iStockphoto, writing for Business Matters a few weeks ago under the title ‘Design for Small Business: Integrating Online into Your Marketing Mix’.