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Adobe Mobile Benchmark Report: Apple iOS Reclaims its Dominance

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April 25th 2013
Author
Adotas

ADOTAS — With its smooth touch screen and mobile opti­mized browser, iPhone became the pre­ferred smart­phone for surf­ing the web soon after its launch, and remained that way until the mid­dle of 2010 when Android phones sur­passed iPhones. How­ever, since being offered on the Ver­i­zon net­work in Feb­ru­ary 2011, the ... more...

AdSafe Announces 15x Business Volume Growth in the U.K., E.U. Expansion

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March 19th 2012
Author
Brian LaRue

ADOTAS – Today, brand protection and ad engagement measuring company AdSafe Media announced the extent of its European presence: According to a statement from the company, the volume of its business increased 15 times over in the U.K. in 2011, and it’s partnered with U.K. and E.U. ad networks and ... more...

UK Commission: ‘Unprotected’ Tweets Fair Game for Republishing

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February 8th 2011
Author
Gavin Dunaway

ADOTAS – Think before you tweet, especially if you could be made a target of the merciless UK press. How merciless are they? There’s actually a UK Press Complaints Commission, which just ruled against a government official complaining that a British newspaper republished her “unprotected” tweets. Department of Transport’s Sarah Baskerville was ... more...

Let Them Eat Steak! The Company Launches Stateside

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March 13th 2008
Author
Sarah Novotny

ADOTAS – Steak, an interactive media agency based in the UK recently announced its US launch, naming its first clients, the fashion brand French Connection, the luxury lingerie brand Myla and the mobile-based community FunkySexyCool. Steak’s growth has been guided by its board, which includes advertising and media experts such as ... more...

mobilePeople Launches Liquid Advertising Suite

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February 18th 2008
Author
Sarah Novotny

ADOTAS – mobilePeople, a local mobile search provider in the U.K. has announced the introduction of its liquid Advertising Suite. The solutions offers contextually and geographically targeted mobile advertising. The liquid Advertising Suite includes the liquid Ad Server, the liquid Adsite Builder and liquid SMS Links. This is integrated with ... more...

Online UK Shoppers Reject Advertising

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November 26th 2007
Author
VNU

Online shoppers are not taken in by online advertising, and are turning to customer reviews, forums and blogs to help shape their decisions.New research by More Computers found that 66 per cent of UK online shoppers are most influenced by the opinions of fellow customers.   Features like video reviews have ... more...

Budweiser Takes Over YouTube UK

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April 5th 2007
Author
Sarah Novotny

St. Louis-based brewer Anheuser-Busch has taken over YouTube’s UK site and the official site of the “lad’s mag” FHM in an online campaign to encourage young Brits to use its virtual currency, Bud Bucks. Anheuser-Busch’s Budweiser brand is aimed at young men between the ages of 18 and 24 (18 being ... more...

MIVA Locks PPC Agreement with Conde Nast Interactive UK

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March 29th 2007
Author
Sarah Novotny

MIVA today announced a new pay-per-click content deal with the UK division of Condé Nast Interactive, edging out the likes of Yahoo! Search Marketing and PPC mainstay Google in locking the agreement. As a result, all 12 UK Conde Nast websites will be serviced by MIVA, which will provide PPC ads ... more...

BBC Dodges Online Ad Decision

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February 23rd 2007
Author
Sarah Novotny

The BBC Trust has pushed back the decision on how to use online advertising on the BBC website after receiving criticism from journalist and publisher trade groups and its own employees, who fear that online advertising could increase online competition and erode the public news organization’s credibility. Late last year, the ... more...

BBC Asked to Scrap Online Advertising Plan

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February 19th 2007
Author
Sarah Novotny

Two media trade groups, the National Union Journalists and the British Internet Publishers’ Alliance, have asked the BBC to scrap plans to place advertising on the BBC home page. The BBC announced that it was examining the possibility of funding the non-UK version of BBC.co.uk through online banner advertising in March ... more...