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  • Customer Experience Makes Niche Online Stores Winners
    The Which? survey shows that customer experience really is what separates the top stores from the big-name failures.
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    Its banned "Rang-Tang" animation has been viewed 30m times, before John Lewis has even debuted.
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    In percentage terms, local media is benefiting more from increased investment in digital advertising.
  • Digital Marketing Is The Grinch Stealing TV's Christmas
    Overall ad spending is up and online is thriving, yet ITV is warning of a 6% to 8% Christmas downturn.
  • Tech Giants Need Not Fear The EU Following UK's Tax Lead
    All member states have to agree, and so the direct tax option has been kicked into the long grass.
  • Google And Facebook Sign 'Magna Carta,' But Will They Do A King John?
    He disregarded the famous agreement to play nice. Will Google and Facebook follow suit?
  • The Voice Disconnect -- Are Brands Crazy, Or Savvy?
    There are 40,000 Alexa "skills," but only 2% of owners are buying via voice. A fool's errand -- or a future prize worth building up to?
  • Break Up The Internet Giants? Is Berners-Lee Right?
    The World Wide Web creator thinks a breakup may be needed -- perhaps tax and regulations may help?
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