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on October 2, 2011 | Social Media | Comments (0)
Subscribe to Social Media News

Would you like to subscribe to the leading Social Media News website in Australia? Of course it’s free – however we have recently updated our subscription options so we are now compatible with most major Subscription Services, particularly those offered by: – Yahoo – Google – NewsGator – AOL – Excite – Hub Mobile – […]

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MySpace sells for $35 million USD

on June 30, 2011 | MySpace | Comments (0)
MySpace sells for $35 million USD

MySpace has been sold for $35 million USD to US company – Specific Media (www.specificmedia.com) According to the press release MySpace is attracting 70 million users to the site, and 20 million of via a mobile devices. News Corporation purchased MySpace in 2005 for $580 million USD, so this has been a total failure that […]

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Looking back on AOL, when online goes offline

on February 11, 2011 | Australia Internet | Comments (3)
Looking back on AOL, when online goes offline

This past week, US internet giant AOL gained worldwide exposure for their $315 million buyout of blog conglomerate Huffington Post. Hearing the news while living in the ‘land down under’, I realised that prior to this event, many Australians wouldn’t have known what AOL was (with the exception of some who caught the 1998 Meg […]

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Bing and Google Click thru Rates, CTR

Bing and Google Click thru Rates, CTR

While Google still dominates the world of search engines, Bing made some noise quiet since its introduction, slow growth of market share each month. Some experts believe the Internet will soon be released Google "search engine Caffeine" is partly a response to Bing. If you search online you will find SEO professionals, who have been […]

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AOL finally sells Bebo

on June 18, 2010 | Bebo Business | Comments (0)
AOL finally sells Bebo

There have been reports that AOL have finally sold the social network – Bebo. AOL originally purchased Bebo in 2008 for US$850 million. Unfortunately AOL has been unable to make anything out of Bebo and the purchase has been considered a major business flop. Criterion Capital Partners seem to have now purchased Bebo for around […]

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Search Engine rankings – April

Search Engine rankings - April

As Australian search engine data is not as freely available we look at the US market data courtesy of Neilson company. In April 9.72 billion online searches we run. Google had 65.7% market share at 6.4 billion searches. Yahoo had 13.4% market share at 1.3 billion searches. Microsoft’s Bing had 12.2% market share at 1.2 […]

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