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Rio 2016: Olympics fans turning to YouTube for content [INFOGRAPHIC]

Ahead of the Olympics this summer, new research from Ipsos Mori and Flamingo shows people are turning to online video platforms such as YouTube for content related to big sporting events.

22/07/2016  |  Full story...

Google axes 3 more products- Listen, Apps for Teams and Video for Business shut down

Google has continued its summer clean, shutting down three more products as it focuses on its core business to compete with the likes of Apple and Facebook. Google has continued its summer clean, shutting down three more products as it focuses on its core business to compete with the likes of Apple and Facebook. Podcast app ‘Listen’, collaboration tool Google Apps for Teams and internal video app Google Video for Business are all to be phased out.

07/08/2012  |  Full story...

Google axes 5 more products: Video and iGoogle disappear in ‘summer clean’

Google has shut down 5 more products and the internet giant continues to streamline its operations to focus on its core products. The services on the way out include Google Mini, Talk Chatback, Google Video, iGoogle and the Symbian Search App. Since September 2011, the company has shut down a number of products and merged others into existing products as features.

05/07/2012  |  Full story...

Digital Intelligence April 2011

Digital Strategy data - Digital Intelligence April 2011

Early analysis of Google's most recent UK search update is striking less for the list of sites that have benefited (including respected UK brands the Guardian, the Telegraph and Which), but primarily for the list of site that have seen their reach tumble. Some previously high-profile sites have had their search ranking decimated as the latest algorithm judges their content "low quality".

Over the years, Digital Intelligence has highlighted the key role of search and its importance in ensuring that any web marketing strategy is successful. The long-term trend towards convergence has been another of the themes we've tracked during the last decade, and the news this month that Blinkbox has been bought by the UK's biggest retailer Tesco is a sign that this trend is still in its infancy. Tesco can now add online film sales to a portfolio which goes beyond traditional supermarkets to include second-hand car sales, banking services, furniture and clothing. As brands offer ever-more complex mixes of products and points of sale, the importance of their digital strategies will only grow and success will depend on long-term planning and informed decision-making.

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28/04/2011

Google Video to shut down this month

Google is closing its 'Google Video' site on 29th April, and deleting all the files that have been uploaded to it, as the search giant focuses its video strategy on YouTube. The platform began as a video-sharing site, but it became something of a lame duck when Google bought the web's leading video site, YouTube, in 2006. In 2009, Google stopped allowing people to upload their movies to Videos, but has continued to host the videos that are already there. That ends this month, when the videos will disappear and the service turns into a video search index.

20/04/2011

20/04/2011  |  Full story...

Italian privacy: Google officials convicted in video bullying case

In a landmark case, two managers and a former executive of Google have been found guilty of privacy violations by an Italian court. The ruling represents the first such conviction for employees of Google, and the internet giant has vowed to appeal the decision. The move could have wide-ranging implications for all websites in Italy that allow users to upload their own content.

Milan Judge Oscar Magi ruled that David Drummond, Google’s senior vice president of corporate development, and Peter Fleischer, global privacy counsel, as well as George Reyes, a former chief financial officer,were guilty of privacy violations. They were on trial on charges related to a clip uploaded to Google Video in 2006. The clip was created and posted on the Web by a group of Turin school students, who filmed themselves bullying a disabled classmate.

01/03/2010

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Top social networking sites: UK

Facebook tops the social network list with half of all visits in UK, Oct 09

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23/10/2009

Top entertainment sites: UK

YouTube tops the entertainment list of all visits in UK, Oct 09

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23/10/2009

Top social networking sites: UK

Facebook again tops the social network list with 47% of all visits in the UK, August 2009

Digital Strategy data - Top social networking sites: UK. Facebook again tops the social network list with 47% of all visits in the UK, August 2009

17/08/2009

Most visited video websites: UK

Ranked by market share of UK internet visits, Feb 2009

Digital Strategy data - Most visited video websites: UK. Ranked by market share of UK internet visits, Feb 2009

Source: Hitwise: http://www.hitwise.co.uk

16/03/2009

Top ten video sites in the UK, February 2008

Top ten video sites in the UK, February 2008

Source: Hitwise
Hitwise: http://www.hitwise.com

21/03/2008

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