Blog Entries From 8-digital Marketing Agency

Html 5 and what it means

There has been alot of Talk about HTML 5 recently mostly because of Steve Jobs at Apple’s decision not to support Flash on the iPhone and iPad. Well what is it and why should you care? This article may be of interest to you : Hulk VI was great, but w hat should you watch this evening?
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Advertising Online and its benefits

If you are concerned about cost, establish an online presence for your business using local listings. Google Places is a simple means to get online. The basic listing is free and it’s an easy way for online searchers to find you. You need to make sure your listing content is correct and is the same
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If you run a business don’t ignore s.e.o

dotSEO’s Naked SEO report, which contains the results of a survey of marketers from small businesses, as well as a benchmark study of the top 50 SME websites in the UK, as identified by The Times has shown there is a general lack of awareness and understanding of the positives of search engine optimization. A
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The Biggest sites on the Internet

The data used to generate the information below was collected by the Nielsen company and covers the UK, France, Germany, Italy, Spain, Switzerland, Brazil, US and Australia. The figures represent unique users for the month of January 2010. The categories were defined by the BBC – such as retail, social networks, search/portal. brand category (BBC
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Social Media Optimisation – do you need it?

Yes! What is social media? Social media marketing is the process of promoting your site or business through social media channels / websites and it is a powerful strategy that will get you links, attention and huge amounts of traffic. We will look at updating and optimising your business via facebook, twitter and youtube; the
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iphone, nexus and advertising

The launch of the iphone competitor, Nexus One by Google has ment Google has now moved into Apple’s computer product arena. Apple have a counter measure in place to help keep the iphone established as the main player for the new mobile internet. Apple have now bought ‘Quattro Wireless’ – an online advertising software company
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Twitter buy Mobile Location Company

Twitter is buying a location tracking company called Mixer Labs. Mixer Labs, was founded a couple of  former Google employees, who currently make the application for Twitter under the name of GeoAPI. Twitter  said the deal would allow Twitter users to show people where they are when they post updates to the site. The application
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Cyber Monday – Online Sales Record

The first Monday in December is thought to be the peak and one-day sales are expected to be in excess of £350m, analysts say, and the busiest hour is between 1pm and 2pm GMT. Online signs look good. Sales are up 17% on last month compared to the same month last year, the British Retail
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Google launches real time search

Live search is here – google search results will now include information from news organisations, blogs and platforms, such as Twitter, as soon as it is published. Live Search will also be available on phones, like the iPhone and handsets running the Android operating system. “Our users will get the results as they are produced,”
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Twitter will charge for services

Twitter will charge a commercial fee to give users access to extra data such as analytics a bbc interview has revealed. Watch it here: http://news.bbc.co.uk/1/hi/technology/8369459.stm
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