Perhaps a lesson in how not to handle crisis communications
Month: September 2011
Australian visitation to google+ increases 1269%
Google Plus launched publicly last week, and beyond the hype there’s plenty beneath the hood to interest business. More than just an alternative to arch-rival Facebook, Google hopes Plus will help them learn more about their users to develop sophisticated personalised advertising.
Launching in September 2011, the Cadbury Kitchen allows users to post ratings and reviews. As Cadbury reaches out to local food bloggers to engage them with the site, we spoke with Senior Brand Manager for Cadbury Kitchen at Kraft Foods, Gemma Trivisonno.
New data from the AMP Capital Shopping Centre’s (AMPCSC) Annual Report suggests that while the 95% of Australian retail sales occur in bricks and mortar stores, 85% of shoppers are researching online before they buy. This research includes price comparisons, talking to friends and reading and leaving comments on shopping websites.
Director of Tiger Pistol, Steve Hibberd sees (some) Australian brands and consumers as two teenagers on a first date. They want to engage, but how?
Despite Myer posting an overall loss for the 2010/2011 financial year, its online sales have increased over 300% this fiscal. And while the department store’s online sales currently account for a small percentage of its total revenue, the sector is predicted to grow.
Twitter has just announced its Web Analytics service, which will allow websites to measure how much traffic is directed to their site via Twitter. Scheduled to roll out over the next few weeks, this new service presents a range of benefits to businesses.
Pollenizer is no stranger to new concepts, but Wooboard represents the first project where the idea came from within the team
Blogging on-the-go just became easier for iPhone and iPod touch users, with Google unveiling the first official Blogger app. While Blogger, the popular blog-publishing service owned by Google, has long had a dedicated app for Android handsets; this new app gives Apple users the latest in mobile blogging know-how.