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Google makes second attempt at mobile payments with Android Pay

Google is launching its second attempt at mobile payments, rolling out a new 'Android pay' service across the US this week.

11/09/2015  |  Full story...

Top newspaper sites on Twitter: Guardian stories most shared

The Guardian, Daily Telegraph and Daily Mail figure in the top three positions in a study which analyses top UK newspaper websites for their popularity on social network, Twitter.

21/01/2015  |  Full story...

FT.com to sell ‘time blocks’ to advertisers online

The Financial Times is testing a new time-based system on online ad sales, as the news site looks to boost its appeal to advertisers.

28/05/2014  |  Full story...

Twitter to sell ads on other sites via MoPub- report

Twitter could start using its user’s data to run targeted ads on other websites or mobile applications, via its recently bought MoPub platform, according to a news report.

18/10/2013  |  Full story...

Chat apps ‘now more popular than texting’

Chat apps such as WhatsApp and Apple's iMessage are now more popular than text messaging, according to a news report.

01/05/2013  |  Full story...

The Sun goes behind paywall later this year

News International is to start charging readers to access the Sun newspaper online later this year, as the firm continues its paid content strategy amid rising competition from digital news outlets.

28/03/2013  |  Full story...

Daily Telegraph paywall coming to UK

The Daily Telegraph has become the latest UK newspaper to charge for access to its website, as traditional news outlets continue to compete with digital competition from search engines, news aggregators and blogs.

27/03/2013  |  Full story...

Martin Sorrell: WPP spent $2bn on Google, $400m on Facebook in 2012 (video)

In this video interview with the Financial Times, WPP CEO Sir Martin Sorrell provides insights into how the ad giant invested on digital channels during 2012. Speaking to the FT, the WPP boss gave his thoughts on growth in online advertising.

Watch the video from the FT below:

11/12/2012  |  Full story...

Google offers to brand search results to appease EU monopoly charges

Google is reportedly offering to brand its search results to avoid the European Commission taking formal action against the company's alleged "abuse of dominance" in the search market. The Financial Times reports that Google is proposing to add its logo to products such as maps, airline flight details and other services that appear when people use the firm's search function.

11/10/2012  |  Full story...

Guardian website tops UK newspaper usability table

The Guardian has been named most user-friendly news provider, surpassing other popular UK news providers including The Sun, Daily Mail and Daily Telegraph, according to a new study.

18/05/2011  |  Full story...

FT subscription revenues ‘to overtake ad income for first time’

The FT expects the revenue from subscriptions to overtake the money it makes from print ads for the first time this year.

FT Group chief executive, John Ridding attributed the growth to cover price rises, online charging and a rising number of corporate clients.

FT circulation revenues rose in 2009, despite a drop year on year in print circulation and it says revenues from FT.com digital subscribers rose 30% over the year, as readership rose around the world mirroring a strong appetite for financial news during the economic downturn.

05/01/2010

05/01/2010  |  Full story...

FT expecting online content charges to grow

With the financial crisis in the newspaper industry deepening, many will be taking comfort from Lionel Barber - the FT’s editor - who last week confidently declared that "almost all" newspaper will be charging consumers for their content in 2010. While business publishing can enjoy the safety of subscriptions and paid-for content, in the mainstream consumer markets this goes against the way online culture has developed. For 15 years there’s been strong debate and high hopes that subscriptions will deliver meaningful revenue, but consumers expectations are so high in terms of free content that the hopes of the FT seem deeply unfounded. Barber commented that "how these online payment models work and how much revenue they can generate is still up in the air. But I confidently predict that within the next 12 months, almost all news organisations will be charging for content."
From Guardian.co.uk: http://www.guardian.co.uk, 16/07/2009

16/07/2009

US online adspend to overtake newspaper advertising by 2011

According to the annual media sector study from Veronis Suhler Stevenson (VSS) online advertising will surpass newspaper adspend by 2011, writes The Financial Times. VSS expect online to grow over 21% per year to reach $62bn (£30.63bn) in 2011 against a predicted figure of $60bn (£29.64bn) for newspaper advertising.
From ENN: http://www.electricnews.net, 07/08/2007
Veronis Suhler Stevenson: http://www.vss.com

08/08/2008

Digital music sales double

Music retailers are reporting a sudden leap in sales of online music here in the UK, and a 100% growth in sales in the week after Christmas (based on year on year comparisons) - reports The Financial Times. This is more than just lots of iTune downloads and iPhone Christmas presents: the music sector is heading towards another crossing point where digital sales will replace physical CDs, probably in the UK and Scandinavia first, but then in the US and Western Europe.
From The Financial Times: http://www.ft.com, 03/01/2008

04/01/2008

FT.com opens up content for free

The Financial Times's FT.com website is to start letting users access stories for free, writes Netimperative. Under the new charging model users will be able to access 30 free article per month before being asked to subscribe. The new system will make it possible for bloggers and news aggregators to link directly to FT.com content. The change in charging strategy coincides with a major site overhaul which will include new blogs, a new markets section and increased editorial content. Standard and premium subscription will cost £99 and £199 respectively.
From Netimperative: http://www.netimperative.com, 01/10/2007
FT.com: http://www.ft.com

02/10/2007

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