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Wednesday, December 27, 2006

Banner Ads On Tap For Verizon Customers

Starting in January, Verizon Wireless will join the ranks of cellular providers allowing banner ads on cell phones. The mobile ad spend is expected to skyrocket in 2007. >>

Tuesday, December 26, 2006

Q3 Sees Boom in Broadband, Cable Subscriptions

Telephone and cable Internet access providers saw a jump in Q3 of approximately 2.5 million more broadband subscribers, according to new research. Cable and telephone service providers account for roughly 94% of all U.S. subscribers. >>

Tuesday, December 26, 2006

Toys, Books Highest Growing Online Shopping Point

According to new research, toys and video games are fastest growing product category in the Holiday eShopping Index. That category grew 49% from 2005 to 2006. Books and consumer electronics were also fast growers in ’06. >>

Tuesday, December 26, 2006

Monster.com, St. Pete Times Launch Job Site

Monster.com is set to replace CareerBuilder next month at the St. Petersburg, FL. Times. The change follows Monster’s decision to work with other newspapers as an online recruiting service and job board. >>

Friday, December 22, 2006

Ask.com Asks For More

IAC’s Ask.com is betting on new features helping them close the gap on search front-runners Google, Yahoo and MSN Windows LiveSearch in 2007. >>

Friday, December 22, 2006

Social Networks Hit With Big Brands

Are social networks the way to draw Generation Y into the brand wars? Some say yes – and they have the trends to back up the message. >>

Friday, December 22, 2006

Broadband To Reach 50% Of U.S. Homes

According to a new report from eMarketer, broadband Internet access will reach 50% of U.S. households in 2007. Why is this an important number? Because more and more of these homes are using the value-added perks that broadband access brings. Things like VoIP, IPTV and paid audio and video content. >>

Thursday, December 21, 2006

Newspaper Websites Garner Higher Online Spenders

Advertising on newspaper websites could be a way to increase online revenue. Why? According to a new study, visitors to newspaper websites spend more online than non-newspaper visitors. >>

Thursday, December 21, 2006

Study: Yahoo Garners Most Page Views of 2006

Yahoo is the most trafficked website of the year, according to new data from Nielsen//Netratings. With more than 354 billion page views through November 2006, Yahoo blew away competitor Google which placed third. >>

Thursday, December 21, 2006

Study: Product Placement Tolerated

According to a new study from New Media Strategies, product placement is tolerated if not completely accepted by online users. The researchers monitored online conversations to come to their conclusions. >>

Wednesday, December 20, 2006

Study: Google Searches Up 31%

Search giant Google is still leading the search pack, with nearly twice as many searches in November as closest competitor Yahoo. According to Nielsen//Netratings, users made 3.1 billion searches on Google alone in November. >>

Wednesday, December 20, 2006

Employers Spend More To Recruit Online

Online recruiting is accounting for more employers’ budgets than traditional print recruiting, according to a new study, and that may not bode well for newspapers. Employers spent $5.9 million online and only $5.4 million in print job ads this year. >>

Wednesday, December 20, 2006

Online Shoppers Break Records – Again

Single day online retail sales records have been set and broken several times this holiday shopping season, as more people turn to e-tailers to find gifts. >>

Tuesday, December 19, 2006

Trend: Social Mobile Networking

Two new studies on social networking have come to the same conclusion: more mobile users are taking social networking with them, thanks to mobile capabilities. >>

Tuesday, December 19, 2006

Report: U.S. Has 4th Highest Spam Rate

Chances are when you come back from the Christmas holiday, your email inbox will be filled with spam messages promising pharmaceutical miracles or incredibly low stock prices. Why? Because even with a drop in the number of spam messages received, the United States has the fourth-highest spam rate in the world. >>

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