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BizReport : January 26, 2009 Archive

January 26, 2009 Archive

Advertising | January 26, 2009

Inflection Point Media launches B2B ad network

A new ad network has been launched by Inflection Point Media that combines search and behavioral targeting to identify users searching for business-related items. >>

Internet | January 26, 2009

Global Internet use reaches 1 billion

The number of Internet users around the globe has broken the one-billion mark, according to comScore, who recorded the figure in December, 2008. >>

Internet | January 26, 2009

British broadband tax on the cards?

In an attempt to compensate the film and music industries for losses from illegal downloads, the U.K. government is rumored to be considering a universal levy on broadband costs. >>

Viral Marketing | January 26, 2009

T-Mobile harnesses buzz, WOM and viral for TV Ad campaign

In a crowded British rail station, T-Mobile demonstrated the power of the people as it created a buzz that reverberated around the web, across mobile networks and through television screens. >>

Viral Marketing | January 26, 2009

How hot will online video be in 2009?

Everyone is talking about rich media, specifically online video. But is online video a good bet for marketers? According to one forecast online video will be very hot in 2009 as more marketers push to meet the demand of consumer interest. >>

Search Marketing | January 26, 2009

Metric offers mapping for search keywords

Do you ever wonder how search keywords are performing in Boise or even in Miami? A new analytics tool from Enquisite Pro could be the answer. The new tool allows marketers to determine how search keywords are performing down to a specific geographic area. >>

Mobile Marketing | January 26, 2009

Informa: 5 billion mobile consumers by 2012

If you think you have time to jump on the mobile bandwagon, think about moving up your timeframe. According to a new mobile forecast from Informa Telecoms & Media the mobile marketplace will reach over $1 trillion by 2013 and will have more than 5 billion subscribers by 2012. >>