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Minimising SPAM Using Google’s ReCAPTCHA

Gino Carpio
By Gino Carpio on February 25th, 2010
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Avoiding the SPAM entries on your website entries and blog comment entries are the usual concerns of webmasters. clickTRUE discusses the use of CAPTCHA to address these concerns.

What exactly do you mean by “Optimisation”?

Jeff Shi
By Jeff Shi on February 24th, 2010
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Optimisation may sound very “corporate-speak” and very vague but let me further explain what this word means and how I apply one guideline when i do optimisation.

How to Search for Old Tweets using Google Search?

Gino Carpio
By Gino Carpio on February 23rd, 2010
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If you are looking for your old tweets that are more than a week old on Twitter, chances are you will not be able to find them – Twitter’s search index cannot handle the increasing volume of tweets. To search for your old tweets, here are my suggested steps.

Integrate mobile advertising in your online campaigns

Shuxian Huang
By Shuxian Huang on February 8th, 2010
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We see that the mobility in internet access has changed the web experience for users as a whole and extended the reach from advertisers to the consumers on a different level. It could be the time to explore this platform for business to integrate it as part of the marketing mix.

The Basics of Advertising on YouTube

Esther Yeap
By Esther Yeap on January 28th, 2010
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Are you looking to advertise on YouTube but haven’t a clue where to start? We are here to help, so by the end of this blog entry, you will have a much better idea of the options available to you, and hopefully, have more confidence embarking on your advertising adventures on YouTube!

Why You Should Care About Mobile Advertising

Jeff Shi
By Jeff Shi on January 28th, 2010
in Online Marketing | 2 Comments

In late 2009, Google’s purchase of AdMob at $750m caused a stir in the advertising world. This acquisition by Google (its 3rd most expensive next to Youtube and Doubleclick) highlighted to the industry how important mobile ads were projected to be in the coming years.

The “Hoo-Haa” about Open Source (Part 1)

Daren Tay
By Daren Tay on January 27th, 2010
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Internet has been the one great tool that bridges many aspects in our lives. Geographical distances, cultures and world information, are just some among the many points I can think of. But, more importantly, with the Internet, we see an easier access to resources. Through the World Wide Web, we can now engage and rely [...]

Five Technologies That Will Keep Shaping the Web in 2010

Wisnu Widjaja
By Wisnu Widjaja on January 25th, 2010
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2009 was all about Twitter. So what’s next? With 2010 lurking just around the corner, let’s take a look at the upcoming web trends in the year ahead.

Design Trends

By claratan on January 20th, 2010
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In the year of 2009, a new set of design trends have been observed and analyzed – recent developments, new design elements and new graphic approaches.

When a website becomes too popular

Ho Kee Soon
By Ho Kee Soon on January 18th, 2010
in Web Analytics | 8 Comments

Read an article on “Top 10 Internet Startup Scalability Killers” which highlights the serious faults on why many websites start to choke when the traffic goes up.

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