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Search Engine Usage Ranks High

Top billing is essential and paying for high search...

Look Who’s Talking, Texting, Buying

Youth. Anyone surprised? According to Telephia, Inc., new...

Trust Is in the Details

Web site designers take heed: Internet users are paying...

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DVR Users Develop Ad-Skipping Strategy

While a recent report found that more than half of digital video recorder (DVR) users have actually rewound or paused television commercials to better understand the advertised product, Lyra Research presents information that illustrates...

The Deadly Duo: Spam and Viruses, May 2004

A small nugget of good news lies buried among the mountains of unsolicited commercial e-mail: the spam volume held steady from April to May, according to two leading e-mail processing firms. Brightmail's Probe Network...

Realtors’ Tech Budgets Exceed Marketing

Realtors are realizing that technology tools improve productivity and profits. The National Association of Realtors (NAR) revealed that their typical members expect to spend in excess of $1,300 on technology-related items in 2004,...

E-Gov’t Growing, Phone Still Preferred

E-government adoption is on the upswing, but the telephone remains the preferred communication tool for contacting government offices. While the Pew Internet & American Life Project revealed that more than three-quarters of Internet users...

The Deadly Duo: Spam and Viruses, April 2004

Spam continues its assault on the inbox, claiming 64 percent of the incoming messages, according to the 96 million e-mails filtered by Brightmail's Probe Network in April 2004. While the ratio of product-related and...

Searching for Balance

Internet users are more likely to click on an organic search link on Google, and a paid search result on MSN, a report from iProspect finds. The online survey of 1,649 individuals, conducted by...

Personal Surfing Just Part of the Workday

Did you know that one online movie trailer can use as much bandwidth as 10,000 e-mails? Most employees aren't aware of the data clog either, as they use corporate networks for personal usage. A...

Consumers Becoming Marketing-Resistant

Are consumers reaching the marketing saturation point? Could be, according to findings from Yankelovich Partners, Inc. that reveal a growing resistance and negativity toward advertising. The firm's study indicates 65 percent feel constantly bombarded...

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