The latest offer for new users to try Google Adwords is a £120 credit when you spend £120. So, its a “twofer” or a two-fer-one as they’d say. Certainly makes your introduction to Adwords more attractive and gives you a really good opportunity to see how Adwords can benefit you.
If you don’t want to go with the implied consent argument, here is one example of well implemented Opt-in consent for this blasted EU Cookie directive. They have even listed the cookies that could be used which is very thorough. http://www.humbrol.com
The Information Commissioner’s Office (ICO) has issued updated guidance on how website operators can obtain “implied consent” in order to place ‘cookies’ on users’ web browsers.
Google and Facebook have been the high profile perpetrators of privacy gaffs in the past 12 months but thats because they are the biggest, most visible entities, guilty, it would seem, of a rather laissez faire approach to the use of [our] personal information. Less obvious, but more complicit are the advertising networks [baddies] who […]
Changes are happening faster and faster at Google and the needle has moved a notch closer towards the commercial end of the philanthropic/commercial gauge today with Google announcing that their search is now even more location sensitive. Over the next couple of weeks you will you will have appear in the left column your auto-detected location along […]
The like button has transformed the process of sharing pages with your friends but it was lacking the features of the share button. That’s been fixed now with new features that broaden the potential for the button. The new “like” button features are: The ability to like content within an application on facebook Like buttons […]
Launched today is Google Realtime which lets you search for the most up to date news blogs and articles at any given time. I just tried it for some blog posts done a few hours ago and.. yup they’re there. A useful tool for monitoring current activity on your brand, or yourself ?
Lovely as the idea is, and I’m sure it will be along soon, there is currently no dislike button on facebook – so avoid any links or forms offering you one, it’s a scam and could be harmful. I’m pleased I heard about this as I would probably have been an early victim. What about […]
New Firefox 4 beta is available for download with a new look, multi-touch functionality, new add-ons manager, hundreds of bug fixes, and a feedback add-on so you can genuinely be part of it’s development – if you want to be.
What a coincidence! On the day I complain that signing in to accounts with Google can be a pain in the **** I hear they have released a multiple login feature. There are a few restrictions but it saves bouncing between browsers – read more here in this blog post, or to set it up […]