|Guardian of news||The team at Guardian.co.uk had something to celebrate this week as the website was named the UK's most popular online newspaper for the second consecutive month running. |
Recording more that 31 million unique users over October, the site claimed victory over the Mail Online and Telegraph.co.uk. The figures mean that the Guardian has achieved a 22 per cent year on year growth.
"Our Trafigura story and Charlie Brooker's column on ..
|Twitter goes commercial||Twitter has hit the headlines with its plan to introduce paid-for accounts. The micro-blogging service, which has never made a profit, will continue to offer a free service for individuals and businesses alike. But co-founder Biz Stone let slip in a BBC interview that Twitter would introduce paid-for corporate accounts, offering additional features such as analytics and feedback.|
Meanwhile, Orange has thrown its weight ..
|Bing's busy week||Microsoft search site Bing announced a raft of changes this week. Aside from revealing a potentially lucrative partnership with computational search engine Wolfram Alpha, the fledgling Microsoft venture also publicised a number of brand new features. |
The major Bing news of the week came as the search engine unveiled a new video portal. The obviously named Bing Video replaces the Microsoft Video site and features content from the ..
|Demographic principals||New research has revealed the average age of social networking users. The 2009 Pew Internet report has discovered the median age of account holders on Facebook, MySpace, LinkedIn and Facebook. |
The study, conducted by Princeton Survey Research between August and September 2009, showed the average age of Facebook users has risen over the past 12 months from 26 to 33-years-old. The median age of Twitter users is 31.
Google addresses algorithm update confusion Wednesday 10th of September, 2014by James RichesWebmaster trends analyst John Mueller answers concerns around the long-awaited Penguin update.
Google staff share stories of living at work Monday 15th of September, 2014by James RichesGooglers claim to have lived in company car parks for over a year.
Germany wants Google to reveal secret algorithm Wednesday 17th of September, 2014by Martin LindleyOne critic of Germany's demand says "CEO Larry Page will fight to the death."