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BizReport : August 23, 2010 Archive

August 23, 2010 Archive

Ecommerce | August 23, 2010

More millionaires made as British SMBs thrive on eBay

Over the last 12 months the number of businesses turning over more than £1m will almost double, according to eBay's director of SMEs, with some experiencing growth in turnover of over 300%. >>

Advertising | August 23, 2010

Older Internet users less likely to tolerate ads

New research from digital research firm Connect Insight appears to show that the older the Internet user, the less likely they are to engage with online advertising. >>

Ecommerce | August 23, 2010

5 ways to establish trust online

Establishing trust and credibility online is harder than via face to face interactions. It is, therefore, important that an online retailer's website is built to create a good impression and nurture trust. >>

Search Marketing | August 23, 2010

Experian Hitwise launches new search tools

Two releases for the search sector from Experian Hitwise may help marketers boost campaign ROI. Although search marketing has been around for years, each day finding the right keywords, phrases and information becomes more difficult as more and more marketers logon to take advantage of search returns. The releases will give marketers more positioning and sequencing information to help in campaign development. >>



Ecommerce | August 23, 2010

Report: Consumers react to seals of approval

Have you ever wondered if the seal of approval is a worth-while investment? A new report indicates that an online seal of approval helped one business increase revenue by 75%, not bad in a struggling economy. >>

Mobile Marketing | August 23, 2010

Need more app exposure? Try this!

The developers behind one of the iTunes App Store's big hitters has plans to push their marketing strategy to other developers. textPlus, a free texting app ranked in iTunes' top 100 for over a year, is releasing a new platform called ChartBuster, which is said to help app developers better market their apps through iTunes App Store. >>