March 2013

“google home delivery”

Could it be that Google are now looking to take on the internet shopping giants of Amazon and eBay, well if their new home delivery service proves to be successful it looks like Google will be giving the online shopping giants a run for their money. A new trial by Google has seen the company […] Read More

“clickbank vs kindle”

Many writers are confused whether they should use Amazon Kindle or Clickbank for marketing their eBooks in 2013. Both platforms have pros and cons. You need to determine what will work for you. If you're up to date with the latest marketing trends, you will see that eBook sales are on fire. Clickbank features a […] Read More

“twitter revenue”

It looks like Twitter has finally managed to harness the popularity of the micro blogging site to create some very impressive advertising revenue with predictions pointing to $1 billion in advertising coming to Twitter in 2014. According to a report by the research company eMarketer it will be mobile adverts that will be key to […] Read More

“business blogging”

Are thinking of starting a blog? If so, you may be wondering what the benefits are and whether or not it's worth your time. Blogging, when done the right way, can change your business forever. A great blogging strategy helps you to achieve that “expert status” that translates into higher profits for your business. According […] Read More

“twitter france court”

Students in France are to sue the micro blogging site Twitter for £32 million after Twitter failed to release the identities of the people behind anti-Semitic tweets. A report by the AFP says that the Union of French Jewish Students are to now sue Twitter with a law suit filed in Paris.  The students claim […] Read More

“child porn facebook”

Users of Facebook have reacted in disgust to video allegedly showing a young girl being sexually abused by an older man which was posted onto the social media network. The clip, which has now been removed by Facebook, received a massive 16,000 shares by users on Facebook and 4,000 likes but has left many users […] Read More

“PPC campaign”

Cost per click, also called pay per click (PPC), is an online advertising model used to increase website traffic. Advertisers pay for each ad clicked via Google Adsense, Facebook Ads, Yahoo or other platforms. This strategy can help you obtain targeted traffic, convert visitors into customers, and create action that generates revenue. However, many small […] Read More

“bbc hack”

The BBC have reported that several of their twitter accounts have been hit by hackers calling themselves the Syrian Electronic Army. According to a report by the BBC several of their Twitter accounts were hacked including the weather, Arabic and Radio Ulster feeds. Some time on Thursday afternoon a series of tweets claiming to be […] Read More

“social bookmarking for business”

Have you ever sent a link to an interesting web page to your friends and social media contacts? If so, then you have participated in social bookmarking. This practice allows people to store, organize, and manage "bookmarks" of web pages. It's a way of sharing interesting content that you come across on the Internet. Some […] Read More

“social media teenagers”

The popularity of social media networks such as Facebook appears to be dwindling among teenager users who may still have accounts with the site but are opting for other forms of networking far from the prying eyes of parents and teachers. According to research from the Pew Research Centre more than three in every four […] Read More