Facebook For iPhone App Gains 1.6M Users In Three Days

Earlier today, we reported that Facebook beat Google in terms of UK traffic over Christmas.  We also reported that Apple upped its sales forecasts for iPhones.  Now, to perhaps link the two stories together, it turns out that the Facebook for iPhone app gained around 1.6 million users in the past three days. Considering how […]

Optify Enhances International SEO, Real-time Lead Scoring

Optify, a leading provider of hosted, enterprise search engine optimization (SEO) and social media software, has introduced some upgrades to its real-time marketing solution. New features include the extension of Optify’s international SEO capabilities, the addition of marketing ROI dashboards for Salesforce.com, and improvements to… [[ This is a content summary only. Visit my website […]

How and Why Remarketing Can Gain Back Lost Customers

Late last year, Advertise.com and the Search Engine Marketing Professional Organization (SEMPO) shared some interesting findings from a survey on ad technology, and found that remarketing (sometimes called retargeting) was considered the most under-utilized online marketing technology by nearly half or respondents.  Since then, Google has launched remarketing capabilities for AdWords, and I’m guessing the […]

Now Searching Flash: Google Indexing SWF Content

Google began improving its ability to index Flash technology based content two years ago in collaboration with Adobe and, last year, added external resource loading to its SWF indexing capabilities. Today, its technology allows the search engine to see content from SWF files on hundreds of millions of pages. But before you venture out to […]

Twitterrific for iPad Supports Video/Pic Uploads

We’ve just learned from the good folks at Twitterrific that their iPad app will now include the ability to upload images and videos. Multimedia support is just one feature that makes Twitterrific stand out among iPad Twitter apps — and one feature that will likely keep Twitterrific in many users’ hearts in the event that […]

New Apple Ad Promotes the iPhone’s Shopping Savvy [VIDEO]

It hasn’t even been a week since the iPad launch, but Apple’s already back on the marketing trail to promote the iPhone 3GS. Today’s iPhone ad focuses around the shopping experience and how the iPhone can help. Of course, it promotes the iPhone’s web browsing capabilities, SMS/MMS interface, and its thousands of apps — the […]

Kindle for iPad Hits the App Store

Amazon’s Kindle app for iPad has found its way to the App Store just in time for tomorrow morning’s device launch. Like Kindle apps for other platforms, the iPad app [iTunes link] includes Amazon’s Whispersync technology, which syncs your last page read, bookmarks, notes, and highlights across devices. The exciting part, however, is all of […]

Opera Mini Submitted to Apple’s App Store. Your Move, Apple

Opera is playing a somewhat odd game with Apple. Their Opera Mini and Opera Mobile browsers are great mobile browsers, but the iPhone already has a great mobile browser — Safari. This fact alone wouldn’t be that big of a problem if Apple’s rules weren’t prohibiting other apps to duplicate the functionality of their own […]

Firefox Account Manager Aims to Make Your Social Life Easier

What do you do when you first fire up your browser? Most probably, you log into various sites that require a username and password – Facebook, Gmail, Twitter and the like. For me, personally, it’s quite a chore, as I need to log into over 10 different services before I start doing anything. Now, Mozilla […]