Should brands spend money on Pay-per-click advertisements (SEM) to make their site visible in search engines or should they invest in building organic ranks via search engine optimization (SEO).
This PDF report on Social Media Marketing is based on a survey of 900 Internet marketers. It reveals what social media tools are more popular among marketers, how do they benefit from social medie and more.
The next time you jot out a set of instructions or tasks for someone to follow, keep in mind that the choice of fonts might well determine if that job gets done in time or not.
Chinese researchers believe that Internet growth can be predicted using a variant of Moore's Law and that the size of internet (host names) doubles in size every 5.32 years.
list.it, or the Latitudinal Information Scrap Trapper that Indexes Things, is a small, simple note-keeping Firefox extension designed by MIT researchers to help you manage the tons of little information bits you need to keep track of each day.
Researchers at SecTheory have come up with an interesting observation - they say that Firefox plug-ins like NoScript and Adblock Plus help in conserving power.
Research from HP Social Computing Labs has confirmed that the best time to submit a new story on Digg is a weekday afternoon in the US. exposure.
Hitwise released their stats for the 20 most popular websites based on traffic to that domain. The list also includes the top four email websites and is therefore a good way to measure the relatively popularity of different email services.
A UCLA study has revealed that the use of search engines may actually help stimulate and improve the minds of middle-aged and older people.
Tip for reducing email spam - choose the right first letter of your email address and you could get less junk e-mail.
Pew Research Center for Internet has released some new numbers on blogging and blog readership using data of US based adults.
An eyetracking study published on mediapost.com says that an ad placed above the fold* is visible to 100% of site visitors though only about 60% of them actually see it.
These blogging visuals divides the core into two regions - political blogs (in pink) and technology / gadget blogs.
Like the Internet World Maps, this picture illustrates the popularity of various social networks across different countries of the world.
You will be surprised to know that the top pirated software on the Internet includes anti-virus programs followed by AutoCAD and Adobe Photoshop.
Ever wonder what is the total number of active websites and blogs on our planet ? This report has the answer.
With so many different options in place, have you ever wondered what Twitter tools are really popular among the Twitter community ? While there no official statistics available, the thousands of public Twitter profiles indexed by Google paint a fairly accurate picture.