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BizReport : November 6, 2008 Archive

November 6, 2008 Archive

Ecommerce | November 06, 2008

Is your packaging done for your convenience or your customer's?

Is your packaging done for speed and convenience or for the benefit of your customer? Injuries and frustration abound in their eagerness to get into their parcels, but Amazon is making moves to make sure their customers don't suffer "wrap rage". >>

Search Marketing | November 06, 2008

Large firms woefully behind in SEO

Fortune 500 companies are doing "an extraordinarily poor job" positioning their important keywords in organic listings on major search engines, concludes a recent report from search/analytics agency Conductor. >>

Research | November 06, 2008

Study uncovers Digital Divas

Women outnumber men on the Internet, so it's no surprise that more and more studies are being conducted into the behavior of women in the digital world. A recent study delved deep to discover a demographic that is gadget-heavy, tech-savvy and loves to shop online. >>

Blogs & Content | November 06, 2008

Report: How to improve SEO for video content

Optimizing content for search engines is not a new concept; however, optimizing video content is something that many marketers are still not doing well. Why? Most likely because video is still a relatively new area. But, with more consumers logging on to look for video clips, marketers need to better harness video and optimizing for search engines is one way to do it. >>



Research | November 06, 2008

Report: Web 3.0 is the next frontier

If you thought Web 2.0 - or social networking and rich media - were hard to fathom, the Web 3.0 revolution is just around the corner. According to new research from In-Stat, Web 3.0 is the next wave and will merge social networking with online gaming to create a new world. >>

Law & Regulation | November 06, 2008

FCC votes to allow white spaces

The Federal Communications Commission (FCC) has voted to allow unlicensed television spectrum, also known as 'the white spaces', to be opened for use by technology companies. The white spaces are the spaces between actual broadcast channels; this vote could open the competition in new device creation to connect the Internet to the spectrum. >>