By Greenlight | 10 February 2014 |
Here it is. Another dose of Greenlight's weekly Blog Watch - the stuff that's got our eyes caught! If you’re not on the floor in a crumpled heap of knowledge after these then you didn’t read carefully enough!
By Krishna Rao | 13 January 2014 |
The Caribbean proved a popular destination with UK consumers who went online to look for cruise holidays in the lead up to the festive season, reveals analysis of the latest cruise-related online search data Greenlight.
By Warren Cowan | 08 January 2014 |
Vast fortunes are spent every year by all the major car manufacturers, pushing a brand image, selling form, function and technology as much as 'the dream' of ownership through television, radio, press and online. But, sooner or later, the customer has to interact with an independent third party, i.e. visit a dealer's website, go into a dealership and interact with the dealer.
By Kevin Murray | 17 December 2013 |
For the last few years industry analysts and experts have been declaring that the future is mobile and that using this channel for shopping will soon be the most popular method used by online consumers. While this may not yet be fully realised, there is an emergence of a different use of mobile technology which will offer retailers another way to influence their customers' shopping behaviour - and it's all about tracking their physical locations.
By Krishna Rao | 04 December 2013 |
Quarterly analysis of the latest consumer online search data for energy from Greenlight, shows price comparison-related queries rose 29% on July levels, as the first of successive fuel price hike announcements from the big six energy companies kicked off in October.
By Krishna Rao | 13 November 2013 |
A third of new relationships begin online and on average, nine million Britons log on to dating sites in their quest to find a significant other, an industry which research firm Mintel estimates will be worth £150 million by 2014.
By Adam Bunn | 11 November 2013 |
Today, the new generic top-level domains (gTLDs), the thousands of new domain extensions such as “.photography”, “.london” etc., that will be flooding into the market over the next few months, took a step forward and entered a new phase where they are open to applications from anyone. In Greenlight's view gTLDs open up the possibility of the TLD becoming an important ranking factor in the future, particularly for the truly “generic” gTLDs (i.e. not brand gTLDs).