Augmented Reality continues to cut inroads into marketing with the launch of a social mobile app which claims to be the first of its type to enable visual and audio recognition. New Media Knowledge took a closer look as investment floods into the sector. By Chris Lee.
39% of companies in the UK are yet to develop their website to work on mobile devices, according to a new report released this month. With an increasing focus on the web and e-commerce for sales, this is an alarming figure. By Ian Simpson.
It is no news that the mobile sector in marketing and advertising has become perhaps the most promising one, regarding its potential profitability for businesses this year. However, the segment has also turned out quite challenging to succeed in, especially for companies that failed to develop efficient mobile –specific marketing strategies and further realize them. By Anton Ruin.
With around one per cent of all UK search entries focussed on property, the market for property search has become increasingly competitive. One recent addition to the UK online property search market is Upad, a site which enables landlords to advertise their properties across multiple property websites. New Media Knowledge caught up with Upad’s founder to learn more.
With the unveiling of Rightmove’s iPhone app, Sarah Beeny’s new website and the launch of a semantic search site, Gartoo, the competitive UK online property market is hotting up. New Media Knowledge went prospecting for answers on where it’s heading. more
Web consultancy dotCommerce’s recent study of the UK’s leading retailers found widespread neglect when including added-value content and other features that would encourage repeat visits, high transaction values and ongoing brand loyalty. more
Dogs Trust is a major UK-based charity dedicated to educating dog owners on best practice and finding caring homes for dogs across the world. The organisation’s digital marketing manager, Jacqui Darlow, talks to NMK about its social media strategy, which includes DoggySnaps, its own “Facebook for dogs”, and Twitter, where it has almost 6,000 followers. more
Sarah Beeny is probably best known as the face of the Channel 4 TV show Property Ladder, but she has also been heavily involved in successful online projects, such as MySingleFriend.com. She recently teamed up with digital agency Codegent to form Tepilo, a website which aims to educate and enable people how to sell their own homes.
NMK’s Chris Lee caught up with her to see how Tepilo works and gets her advice on how to set up an Internet business.
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