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BizReport : January 25, 2010 Archive

January 25, 2010 Archive

Blogs & Content | January 25, 2010

Pope to priests: Give us this day our daily blog

The leader of the Catholic Church has announced to his leaders and priests that they should be actively involved with the digital era and has called for a strong pastoral presence online. >>

Search Marketing | January 25, 2010

comScore: 46% jump in global search market in 2009

The search market shrugged off the recession in 2009 and experienced significant growth, according to comScore's latest study. >>

Email Marketing | January 25, 2010

ENISA: 95% of email is spam

A leading European cyber security agency has released its latest ESP spam survey which finds no significant progress has been reported in the fight against spam despite larger anti-spam budgets and management. >>

Email Marketing | January 25, 2010

In 2010 marketers need timely consumer contact

It has always been important for marketers to contact consumers at the right time to reach full engagement. In 2010 this will become even more important, according to one industry executive. According to Derek Harding, CEO of Innovyx, timely messages will be key in 2010. >>

Ecommerce | January 25, 2010

Three coupon tips for 2010

Although consumers are shopping and spending more than in the past twelve months, many are shopping differently. They are looking for deals, which means now could be the perfect time to invest in a coupon campaign. Over the past year coupon distributors have seen coupon clipping and redemption increase by more than 20%. >>

Blogs & Content | January 25, 2010

To engage consumers use local content

When it comes to content most newspapers and television stations seem to have a corner on the market. But the local marketplace is begging for more content - be it upcoming events, news items or organizational information. Local businesses are in prime position to provide their own local content to consumers, and perhaps get some play on newspaper or television websites at the same time. >>