Industry voiceOnline video has become an extremely effective marketing tool; however, many companies are still nervous about adopting a suitable strategy.
Google steps up its 'war for talent' this week, looking to hire over 2,000 new staffers worldwide. Google is looking to move into new markets and, as such, is currently listing 2,076 positions on its website.
The UK's advertising watchdog, the Advertising Standards Authority (ASA) is extending its remit to cover online advertising.
While all of the current wave of Apple pre-launch hype is focused on next week's iPad launch, it is rumoured that Steve Jobs' "next big thing" is going to be a personalised mobile advertising platform, possibly called 'iAd'.
The BBC has accused the UK's Home Office of colluding with online ad company Phorm with the government giving the controversial service 'informal guidance' on becoming legal.
Google Inc's Chief Executive Eric Schmidt has claimed that his company's top priority in 2008 is to make money from its YouTube video-sharing site. "I don't think we've quite figured out the perfect solution of how to make money, and we're working on that. That's our highest priority this year," Schmidt said in a CNBC interview this week.