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October 29, 2005

Internet Awards 2005

The winners for the 2005 Internet Awards have been announced. We've already posted a few of the winners and runners up and will hopefully get more up in the next few weeks.

Next up is the ADMA awards and Award

Yahoo!'s Microsoft Hoffice

Yahoo! Australia have a great page of Hoff Attachments sponsored by Microsoft Office. The power of the Hoff again at work.

I like how the Microsoft Office sposorship is kept rather low key and the anti-boss button is a nice touch.

Yahoo! is keeping all the other networks on their toes.

October 11, 2005

Comments are coming (really)

As our professional and personal lives (read: girlfriends) demended more attention the last few weeks we haven't been able to get the comments functionality added to the Banner Blog site yet. It is however in the pipeline and will be completed in the next 2 weeks.

Just remember that whenever you say "2 weeks" to do it in the same voice as Arnie when dressed up as the large woman in Total recall. "Twwwwoooooo Weeeeeeeekssss!" as It's sure to get a laugh out of any Sci-Fi/Arnie fans near by.

October 6, 2005

Kids go crazy for K-Kash

It's been 3 weeks now since Soap launched K-Kash for Pac Mags and there is over 22,000 registered users all searching frantically for codes in the K-Zone magazine and website.

Page views on the Kzone site have more than tripled. That's not including visitrs to the actual K-Kash site.

I put a short KKash case study on my personal site for those interested in the lead up work that lead to the final site.

Update: K-Kash ended after 6 weeks with a total of 34,425 registered users submitting over 1.4 million codes.

October 1, 2005

Blog Ads Pay off for Audi

29% of site traffic from 0.5% of Media Spend. No mainstream site can offer this kind of ROI that Audi achived for it's A3 Heist campaign.

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Blog Ads or social media havent been utilised enough by mainstream advertisers and this means there is little reader backlash and greater attention.

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