The Internet has a reputation where things move and change at a fast and furious pace, but that may not be true in terms of 2016 online marketing trends. The big names of the online world are likely to retain their positions of dominance, according to business.com. Internet Search Google remai...
After Square Wallet struggled, the company is making another try at the increasingly competitive mobile payment market. Square Order has rolled out only in San Francisco and New York so far.
Sony hopes to link the millions of World Cup soccer fans worldwide into online conversations from Twitter, Google+ and Facebook through a single interface. One Stadium Live will let people connect and communicate in real time.
Doritos and other major brands increasingly are going online for their Big Game ad blitzes.
Internet domain names set for major expansion as ICANN received 1930 applications for generic top level domains.
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Amazon online had expanded into the grocery delivery business with their Amazon Fresh service. More than 1/2 million items are available for 1 day doorstop delivery.
Yahoo's acquisition of Tumblr has created the next internet tycoon. David Karp has evolved from his mother's apartment to 200 million.
The FTC's recent digital disclosure modification provides updated rules for the digital arena encompassing social media platforms.
J.C. Penney's previous failed sales strategy has refocused the company on its brand specific shops and pricing strategy.