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LinkedIn Charters Choppy Online Media Waters

LinkedIn Stocks

LinkedIn’s shares are struggling after the world’s leading professional network announced earnings forecasts in February that failed to meet investors’ expectations – and as the California company reels from losing almost half the value of its stock, CEO Jeff Weiner is giving his entire yearly $14 million stock bonus to his staff. So what exactly … Read more

Facebook Gives in to Advertiser Pressure

Facebook PPC

Facebook has given advertisers worldwide the option to bid for 10-second video views on a cost-per-view (CPV) basis, making a change from the previous 3-second option. The social media giant made the decision to regain advertisers’ confidence, who were concerned that their message could not be put across effectively in the shorter time period. They … Read more

Goodbye Share Counts, Hello Uproar

Twitter Share Counts

For many businesses, Twitter is an exceptional platform for ensuring the productive sharing of news articles, product launches, sales information, celebrity news, high-profile events, and much more. Twitter allows for users to view, share, and ultimately give information a virtual ‘seal of approval’ by allowing it on to their own feed for their followers to … Read more

Is Yahoo Right to Give up the Game?

There have been rumours that Yahoo, the 20-year-old internet portal no longer in its prime, is re-evaluating its business model in the light of its dwindling success. It’s thought the web giant could even be considering selling the web side of its business off, following unsuccessful attempts by CEO Marissa Mayer to regenerate its core … Read more

Seeing Red Over YouTube Changes

Youtube Red

It’s been big news in the online video world and likely to completely change the way that we view videos online. If nothing else, it is going to completely change how one billion active monthly YouTube users are going to interact with the video sharing site. YouTube has recently announced that it is going to … Read more