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Technorati adds authority rankings, receives funding

Blog search engine Technorati has added a new feature that ranks blogs by 'authority', replacing earlier references to how many inbound links a blog has generated.

A blog's 'authority' is now determined by the number of sites linking to it, rather than the overall number of links, with better scores for link-love from higher-placed blogs.

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Auctioning4u buys rival eBay drop shop chain

eBay drop shop brand Auctioning4u has bought the assets of iSold It UK, a rival chain that went into administration last month.

The move will see iSold It UK's shops moving over to the Auctioning4u network, boosting the company's plan to increase the number of its drop off locations around the UK.

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The Guardian redesigns its home page

The Guardian has today unveiled a new look for its homepage, with a more image-heavy approach than the previous version...

New Guardian front page

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Are some clicks more equal than others?

Booking that dream holiday or buying that new bedroom suite is rarely done in a single surfing session.

People will check out deals from rival suppliers, read reviews and generally mull over their options before they finally press that “Buy Now” button, sometimes days or weeks after their initial visit.

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Joost nets $45m in VC funding

P2P internet TV service Joost has received $45m (£22.6m) in funding to aid its expansion and product development.

Index Ventures led the funding round with Sequoia Capital, while other investors included Hutchison Whampoa Limited and Cheung Kong Holdings, through the Li Ka-Shing Foundation.

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Future of online ... E-consultancy publishes briefing

E-consultancy has just published a Future of Online briefing, the latest in a series of roundtable reports which are free to registered users.

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Mpire widgets give affiliate e-commerce opportunity

US online shopping gateway Mpire has launched a number of widgets designed to generate revenue for Amazon and eBay affiliates.

The widgets, when displayed on a user's web page, chart trends across a range of retail product categories, each allowing site visitors to make a purchase that is linked to a publisher's affiliate account.

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New ad measuring guidelines for Ajax

The association representing online advertisers in the US has moved to address the problem that leaves hits on modern, Ajax-based pages unable to be tracked.

The Interactive Advertising Bureau (IAB) has released a new set of guidelines for measuring rich web applications.

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Last.fm moves into video

Web radio site Last.fm is set to launch a video service this week, using the same model it currently employs for song recommendations to provide users with music videos.

The content will intially be provided by independent labels, including Warp, Ninja Tune, and Mute, but last.fm hopes eventually to build the "largest legal catalogue of music videos on the web".  

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Why bother with an Affiliate Marketing strategy?

Affiliate marketing is becoming an established marketing technique, complementing and sometimes replacing other types of online and offline marketing as an important channel to market.

It extends reach, allowing you to sell your goods and services via a wide range of websites, without the need for a marketing budget. Last year, affiliates generated around £2.16bn in sales for UK-based merchants.

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Microsoft's embedded marketing links ruffle feathers

Microsoft has attracted criticism for using in-line embedded text ads to promote its own search engine along with its search marketing customers' messages.

The Redmond giant's adCenter programme began using the IntelliTXT method, which makes textual content into sponsored links, to attract traffic. But some adCenter clients whose ads are displayed at destination pages on Live Search have complained.

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Usability research attracts more than 600 participants

Those interested in online usability issues are encouraged to take part in the user experience survey which we are running in association with behavioural research consultancy Bunnyfoot.

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