Chrome Beats Internet Explorer. Second Only to Firefox

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Five days ago I presupposed that more savvy Internet users prefer Firefox for their main web browser. Not intentionally, but it so happened that in my last two posts I blogged about things that only more sophisticated Internet users would find of interest (visualization of Twitter followers, and a very specific new “tool” for a Read More …

Importance of Online Coupons for Shoppers, Retailers, Affiliates

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A few days ago, having registered that in April 2010 “35 million consumers visited coupon sites” (a number that was up 5% from the year before), Compete reminded us of the findings of their “Online Shopper Intelligence” study originally released in February 2010. In the ranking of sources / tools on which consumers depend while Read More …

Blogging To Continue Blooming. Trends & Statistics.

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Earlier today eMarketer has published some interesting data on blogging, bloggers and blog readers. In their report they’ve looked at the US blogging landscape. While many bloggers fo live outside the United States, here are the two main reasons why it is important to know what is going on in the US: (i) According to Read More …