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Digital Intelligence February 2011

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For the movie rental industry, the news of closure at Blockbusters' 609 stores this month marks the end of an era. In the same week Amazon took on Netflix with streaming service for Prime customers, and online music streaming giant Spotify landed a $1bn valuation (thanks to the Russian Facebook backers). Channels are changing and most brands are well behind getting their own channel mix lined up with what consumers are asking for.

No surprise then that Google is taking on Apple with the 'One Pass' system - a one-stop destination where users can pay for publications online. Listen out for this becoming fused with YouTube to enable the migration of pay-TV; a step that will destabilise part of the value chain and economics in the pay-TV markets. And with new research showing almost three-quarters of European web users download or watch online video there will be no shortage of viewers.

Whatever your digital content strategy, the shift to video needs attention. So if you missed our online video special report, then here's the link.

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28/02/2011

January sales- how was it for you? Top e-tailers give their views

UK online retailers enjoyed a bumper month in January, with many pure player’ enjoying most of the spoils. In this article, a number of top industry figures give their views on how the UK online retail sector is doing.

24/02/2011

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Top 50 brands in terms of social media success

eBay, Apple, Google, Blackberry and Amazon are the top perfoming brands in terms of social media buzz, according to a new study. The world’s most social brands have been revealed in a new ‘Social Brands Index’ that charts the performance of the top 50 brands on social media.

18/02/2011

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Ebay predicts PayPal will account for half its revenue by 2013

Ebay shares hit their highest point in more than three years last week after the online marketplace operator said it will double revenue from its PayPal online payment service by 2013. EBay is forecasting total revenue between $13 billion and $15 billion in 2013, which would mark an increase of 41 to 63 percent from the $9.2 billion in revenue it reported in 2010.

The company forecast 2011 revenue of $10.3 billion to $10.6 billion in January. Of its expected 2013 total, eBay predicted that PayPal's revenue will make up $6 billion to $7 billion in 2013; compared with the $3.4 billion it contributed last year. This business has grown rapidly as more people use it to make purchases on and off eBay and exchange funds.

14/02/2011

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Top 10 online display advertisment publishers- US

Facebook ranks as the top US display advertisement publisher in Q3 2010. The improvement of audience targeting, display formats and quality of creative is paying dividends.

Top 10 online display advertisment publishers- US. Facebook ranks as the top US display advertisement publisher in Q3 2010. The improvement of audience targeting, display formats and quality of creative is paying dividends.

02/02/2011

Top 10 online display advertisers- US

AT&T ranked as the top online display advertiser in Q3, 2010 with 21.1 billion impressions, accounting for 1.6% of display advertisments.

Top 10 online display advertisers- US. AT&T ranked as the top online display advertiser in Q3, 2010 with 21.1 billion impressions, accounting for 1.6% of display advertisments.

01/02/2011

Cyber Sunday: Top Xmas shopping websites in the UK

Top shopping and classified websites on Sunday 5th December 2010.
Cyber Sunday: Top Xmas shopping websites in the UK. Top shopping and classified websites on Sunday 5th December 2010.

24/01/2011

Brits ‘actively look for web adverts’ to guide entertainment purchases

The majority (74%) of consumers are always or sometimes actively looking for adverts related to entertainment brands and products online, from home cinema and audio equipment, to video games and gadgets, according to new research. The report, from eBay Advertising released, highlights the opportunity for brands to engage with consumers via e-commerce platforms when they’re already in the purchase mindset.

The research of over 3,000 online shoppers in the UK also showed that factors such as the economic downturn had also led to a growing receptiveness to ads related to entertainment items, such as home entertainment systems and video games consoles. More than a quarter (27%) of consumers claimed they were now more likely to click on an advert offering further information or offers, as opposed to before the downturn.

06/12/2010

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Brits top Europe for online spending

UK shoppers buy more products online and spend more money than internet users in any other European country, according to new research. The study, from communications regulator Ofcom said that UK consumers spent an average of £1,031 between June and November last year – nearly double that spent in next-placed Germany.

In its International Communications Market Report, Ofcom said no single factor could explain the popularity of online shopping in Britain. It added: "It is likely that the early launch of Amazon in the UK in 1998, the historic popularity of catalogue shopping, high penetration of credit cards and the willingness of UK consumers to trust online payment all contributed."

03/12/2010

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Facebook overtakes eBay as third most valuable US web firm

Facebook is now worth more than eBay in terms of privately held stock, making it the third- largest US internet business, and fueling speculation that the social network could sell shares to the public in the not-to-distant future. Facebook’s stock is trading at more than $16 on SecondMarket, an exchange for shares of privately held companies, said a person familiar with the latest pricing data.

That would put its worth at about $41 billion, more than EBay’s $39.3 billion valuation on the Nasdaq Stock Market. Facebook only trails Amazon, worth $74.4 billion, and Google, valued at $192.9 billion, among US Internet companies.

16/11/2010

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Online display advertisers: UK

Top ten advertisers based on billions of online display advertising impressions (221 billion impressions (221 billion impressions, Q3, 2010).
Online display advertisers: UK. Top ten advertisers based on billions of online display advertising impressions (221 billion impressions (221 billion impressions, Q3, 2010).

11/11/2010

PayPal helps eBay to strong revenues

PayPal saw its revenues rise 22% from last year.

Profits at eBay were up 26% to reach $412.2m, from $327m in 2010. Almost 60% of eBay's Marketplace revenues came from outside the US.

22/07/2010

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Internet audience: Global

Time per person for top 10 parent companies, global, May 10. Internet audience: Global. Time per person for top 10 parent companies, global, May 10.

21/07/2010

Largest global internet sites

Global audience reach for top 10 parent companies, May 10.Largest global internet sites. Global audience reach for top 10 parent companies, May 10.

21/07/2010

Internet audience: US

Time per person for top 10 parent companies, US, May 10 Internet audience: US. Time per person for top 10 parent companies, US, May 10

15/07/2010

Largest internet sites: US

US audience reach for top 10 parent companies, May 10.
Largest internet sites: US. US audience reach for top 10 parent companies, May 10.

15/07/2010

Top 10 online display advertisers: US

Sites ranked by total display ad impressions, Q1 2010Top 10 online display advertisers: US. Sites ranked by total display ad impressions, Q1 2010

25/05/2010

Top 10 online display ad publishers: US

Sites ranked by total display ad impressions, Q1 2010Top 10 online display ad publishers: US. Sites ranked by total display ad impressions, Q1 2010

25/05/2010

Largest UK internet sites

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18/04/2010

Largest internet sites: Germany

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02/04/2010

Internet audience: Germany

Time per person for top 10 parent companies, germany, Mar 10
Internet audience: Germany.Time per person for top 10 parent companies, germany, Mar 10

02/04/2010

Twitter lets users login from Amazon and eBay

Twitter has launched a new feature, called @anywhere, that lets partner websites display its content.The tool is similar to Facebook's Connect service, which lets people log in to other websites using their Facebook details and interact with friends.

Initially, 13 sites will adapt the @anywhere service, including Amazon, eBay and The New York Times. @anywhere will allow people using Amazon or the New York Times to follow new users or share media directly from the page.

17/03/2010

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Largest UK internet sites

Sites ranked by visits for the week ending 5th Dec 09.

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11/12/2009

Top 10 overall search terms: UK

Search terms ranked by clicks for the weeks ending 5th Dec 09.

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11/12/2009

Top 20 retail sites: UK

Search terms ranked by visits for the week ending 5th Dec 09.

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07/12/2009

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