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BizReport : September 23, 2009 Archive

September 23, 2009 Archive

Research archives | September 23, 2009

Online trumps traditional media in influencing travelers

Over half of U.S. adults took at least a two day trip in the last two years, yet under half used the Internet to research topics related to travel, according to new data released by Ad-ology Research. >>

Advertising archives | September 23, 2009

Online advertisers increasingly turn to ad networks

Flexible payment models and increased audience reach are both driving online advertisers to increase their use of ad networks, according to new research conducted by eConsultancy and sponsored by the Rubicon Project. >>

Ecommerce archives | September 23, 2009

Viewpoints Technology integrates community, ecommerce

If you're looking for another way to engage consumers with brand, consider integrating a community site with your existing ecommerce site. Too hard? A new platform from Viewpoints Technology helps brands integrate community with ecommerce so that consumers receive a more seamless user experience. >>

Advertising archives | September 23, 2009

Panache launches Ad IQ for video publishers

Online video advertising may get a boost from a new offering from Panache. Called Ad IQ, the platform helps online video publishers push advertising ROI by offering deeper metrics. >>



Internet | September 23, 2009

ABA: Online banking in U.S. preferred method

Online banking has overtaken visiting a branch in person as the preferred method of dealing with day to day finances, according to a new study by the American Bankers Assocation (ABA). >>

Social Marketing | September 23, 2009

Study: Consumers go mobile with Twitter

When it comes to social networking, consumers can be found logging on and sharing details from daybreak until midnight. But, when it comes to one particular social networking tool, consumers are doing much more. A new Crowd Science study finds that consumers are turning social tool Twitter into a mobile phenomenon. >>