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Twig from VideoEgg: advertising response to blog format

April 17, 2009 by


While the increasing popularity of blogs means ever more potential online advertising space, the blogging formats page length also means most adverts disappear after the first few posts. Not for much longer though, with the introduction of Twig, a new AdFrames unit from VideoEgg, designed to optimise advertising on long Web pages. Stretching the full […]

A list of UK B2B blogs – version 1.0

February 11, 2009 by


Currently the team are in the process of compiling a list of UK B2B blogs from vertical sectors. It’ s very much a work in progress and it’s clear there are sectors which we still need to research. The web is pretty vast! Here’s the list so far, version 1.0! Any comments and feedback […]

Zemanta launches latest “API” interface

December 9, 2008 by


Image via CrunchBase, source unknown We’re big fans of Zemanta – it provides producers with related content from across the web so we can enhance the site for our followers. For example, we can easily drop in images and keyword links – like the one above. Today we learnt that Zemanta is launching a “public […] at auction for $50,000

November 7, 2008 by


Image by Somewhat Frank via Flickr David Brake, a UK based academic at LSE, who runs has put the name up for auction. “Having owned this domain and run this blog for over seven years there’s a $50,000 offer on the table so I couldn’t really say no,” said Brake. The auction can be […]

Investors must be weary of their online sources

October 4, 2008 by


Image via CrunchBase Apple’s shares plummeted 10 per cent on Friday morning after, a CNN-owned website, published a false report claiming that Steve Jobs had suffered a heart attack. The report was luckily picked up and quickly denied, helping the shares to recover. With financial markets precariously balanced as it is, investors must trust […]