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10 Things People Love and Hate About Pinterest

on August 15, 2012 by Mark Comments

You either love, or you hate Pinterest, the visual social sharing site. Let’s not forget that this is the site that in its first month was the #1 source for referring web traffic (being Google+, Reddit and Linkedin combined). Is it going to be here today, gone tomorrow or will it become the next major force in social sharing? Read more…

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The email marketing dilemma

on November 17, 2005 by Martina Comments

What’s the best day to send out your emails to customers? My friends at Eroi have just release an interesting report analysing the opening rates day by day and by list size.

“In Q3 of 2005 we notice that the middle of the week is the low point, as far as read and click statistics go. Noticeable high points in the week occur on Sunday and Friday for both stats. So from this quarter we reaffirm again that sending volume is inversely related to how reads and clicks are going to react with the one exception of Saturday.

You can download it for free here (opens .pdf).

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SEM booming in the UK

on May 26, 2005 by Martina Comments

Search engine marketing has grown by about 70% in the UK and is expected to bring in revenues of £598m during 2005. Localised ads based on PPC model are leading the way, but organic will also play a role, a report by E-Consultancy explains.

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Opera’s predictions for 2005

on November 23, 2004 by Martina Comments

The Opera Economic & Media Forecast 2005 (.pdf) predicts online advertising will overtake radio. The report analyses in particular the UK advertising economy, compares different media and anticipates a series of trends for 2005. Opera predicts the online advertising marketplace will be worth

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Is Europe online yet?

on March 3, 2004 by Martina Comments

Apparently yes, according to report just release by eMarketer. They say there are about 164 millions online users in Western Europe, a number which has grown at a rate of 24.5 percent between 2000 and 2003. Broadband adoption is also growing at a good pace as well as mobile internet. A data which really surprises me is the difference between senior men and women online. In Italy, for example, 10.6 percent of the Internet population (home users) is older than 55, well, 79 percent of these people are men and only 21 percent are women. In Germany and France the situation is almost the same. Only in the UK and Sweden things are going a little bit better. Come on girls wake up! Actually, as a woman, I have an explanation for this… senior women have so many things to do (ie. to run an house) and therefore have no time to “loose” surfing the Web

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Sometimes they come back

on October 20, 2003 by Martina Comments

According to a new report, by MSN Online Pulse report, produced in conjunction with the IAB, online advertising is about to have a dramatic comeback. MediaGuardian comments today the report’s findings, explaining both the good and the bad news about online advertising future.

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