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BizReport | Advertising archives February 22, 2017

Brits unable to correctly identify British brands

Many consumers in the UK are unable to distinguish British brands from those owned by overseas companies, according to new research. ... >>

BizReport | Mobile Marketing February 01, 2010

Brits send 11 million text messages per hour

When it comes to mobile phone use, the Brits may not be hot for mobile Internet access, but texting is another matter altogether, found a U.K. mobile monitoring firm.... >>

BizReport | Internet October 19, 2009

Broadband access major consideration for Brits buying homes

British house buyers have many things to consider when choosing a home. Is it in a quiet area? Does it have good public transport access? Are there good schools/pubs/shops nearby? And then there's the latest deal-breaker - does it have... >>

BizReport | Research archives October 09, 2009

Ofcom studies how kids think search results are ranked

Results of a recent Ofcom study in the UK found that around one-third of British school children believe Google ranks search results based on how true the source is. ... >>

BizReport | Internet October 02, 2009

Study: Internet integral to British life

The majority of the British online population is now shopping, managing their money and socializing online, according to a new report from online comparison and switching service, uSwitch. ... >>

BizReport | Research archives July 23, 2009

Online music marketing attracts British online budgets

British brands invested millions in online music marketing in 2008, according to recently released research from music marketing agency Frukt and UK royalty collection society PRS for Music. ... >>

BizReport | Research archives March 24, 2009

Survey: British shoppers to spend more online this Christmas

It's never too soon to start contemplating Christmas, and where better to start than looking at some online spend predictions for the coming year. A recent survey from British e-business consultancy Logan Tod is forecasting that consumers in the U.K.... >>

BizReport | Ecommerce archives March 03, 2009

British e-tailers inconsistent with site accessibility

Many e-commerce websites in the U.K. have improved accessibility, found Webcredible's follow-up to last year's report, but some are doing worse than last year. ... >>

BizReport | Trends & Ideas archives March 02, 2009

Is the recession forcing consumers to change shopping strategy?

A new survey by research consultancy Shoppercentric has found that the recession is forcing British shoppers to stop and reconsider where and how they shop.... >>

BizReport | Law & Regulation February 04, 2009

British government formulates new law to protect children online

The British government has taken further steps to protect children online. A new law will require that anyone employed by an interactive website aimed at children must not be on any lists banning them from working with youngsters. ... >>

BizReport | Internet December 15, 2008

British addicted to Internet

Over a quarter of British Internet users are addicted to the Internet, according to recent research conducted by TNS Global Interactive. ... >>

BizReport | Ecommerce archives November 13, 2008

British spend more, buy more online than Americans

The average British online shopper spends more money on more purchases than the average American online shopper, according to a new study from JupiterResearch. ... >>

BizReport | Research archives October 14, 2008

British online luxury shoppers resilient in face of credit crunch

British shoppers who prefer designer labels, and aren't afraid to pay the price for them, say the credit crunch is doing little to alter their spending habits. What is changing, however, is the amount of online research they are doing... >>

BizReport | Social Marketing October 10, 2007

British heaviest social networking users in Europe

The British are the heaviest users of social networking sites in Europe, according to comScore. ... >>