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Enterprise this... the dramatic shift to online advertising
"Enterprises need to embrace the online advertising market, which is becoming a key promotional channel to market for enterprise marketers."
Google's open letter inspires Kiwi businesses to jump online
The Internet could have been purpose-built for New Zealand, says the internet search giant...
21 out of 100 Kiwis illegally download... Do you?
Nearly a quarter of New Zealanders have illegally downloaded content from the internet, despite knowing they should have paid for it.
Retailers lagging other sectors in getting to grips with the Internet
New Zealand retailers are falling behind other sectors of the economy in their use of the internet to drive sales and business management, says a major new study funded by Internet NZ and the global internet search engine, Google.
Digital divide widens between online-savvy & online-cautious SMEs
"What’s clear to us from our years of conducting research into SMEs’ use of online technologies is that businesses with an online presence reach more people and are more engaged with their customers."
New Zealanders’ online privacy behaviours under the microscope
Age, ethnicity, income and education are significant factors in how people manage their personal information online, a Victoria University of Wellington study has found.
Kiwis click their way to health
Kiwis most likely to search for health information online are those living in Wellington and Tauranga, female and under 50 years of age.
Gen-i rings changes to unleash mobility benefits
"The market has shifted from being simply about the provision of mobile connections and handsets."
Online Govt services a hit with Kiwis
"The Government wants to improve New Zealanders’ ability to complete their transactions with government easily and where possible, online.
Top Valentine’s Day security threats...
Valentine’s Day is here, and with it comes a lot of last minute online shopping deals.
Kiwi customs fight high tech battle against child sex abuse images
Customs says that advances in technology have made it easier for offenders to find, store, and share objectionable material such as child sexual abuse images.
Kiwi attack on online child sexual abuse network saves children
A New Zealand multi-agency operation targeting an on-line child sexual abuse network has caught six offenders, identified four children who had the potential to be harmed, and rescued a six-year old victim in the United Kingdom.
Is 2013 the year of the Kiwi e-Christmas?
2013 is set to be the year of the e-Christmas, with over three quarters of Kiwis browsing, comparing and purchasing products online.
Selling is as easy as 1-2-3 with ShopEzy...
No more developer fees and no more marketplace commissions - finally there is a simple affordable way for Kiwis to sell online, their way.
Free Invite - Zeald reveals website conversion secrets
Websites are Zeald's passion, so let them help you grow your business and get ahead of the competition.
Online volunteers putting Not for Profit sector at risk
The tendency of Not for Profit organisations in New Zealand to rely on enthusiastic volunteers to manage their social media activities is risky...
Online voting set for 2016 elections trial
A trial of online voting will take place in the 2016 local authority elections, Local government Minister Chris Tremain has revealed.
Zuckerberg issues five billion friend requests
In an audacious effort to unite the world online, Facebook founder launches internet.org, designed to expand global internet access.
Are you a savvy shopper online?
Love shopping online but worry about becoming victim to the next biggest scam? Ordered a ladies size 12 and received a pair of pants that would be better suited for a six year old? Then this guide is for you...
Been a victim of negative online reviews?
How well do you manage negative customer feedback? Checl out advice to make detrimental reviews work for your business.
Kiwi women chase online instant thrills
New Zealand women are jeopardising their online security following instant thrills such as intimate lingerie and adult toys.
Are you shopping safely online?
As more Kiwis shop online, it is important that consumers are security conscious when paying for goods and services.
Payment security tops Kiwi concern online
New Zealanders are the second most prolific online shoppers across the Asia-Pacific region, and class payment security as top of mind when shopping online.
50% of Kiwis know nothing about online info collecting
Around half of New Zealanders don't realise their personal information is being collected online, while approximately a third of people don't worry about it.