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With more companies asking me for research and insight materials, I've switched our email publishing to this new system from Concep.It's a great tool, but if my mail is flagged as spam then simply add this address to your 'contacts' (though carry on using the email address you already have for me the rest of the time).Overall, online shopping now represents 10% of all UK retail sales, compared to just 0.5% in 2000.Marks & Spencer, uk and Woolworths were among the best performing online retailers at Christmas according to new data from Hitwise, writes Netimperative.Visits to the Hitwise Retail Index (which indexes 100 top retail websites) were up 5% in December on the previous year.Market share of all UK online visits increased year-on-year in December by: A new study from com Score Networks compares the Christmas shopping habits of France, Germany and the UK, writes Netimperitive.Overall, 94% of those who plan to cut back on offline spend intend to increase their online spending.The total online spending projection is the highest expected increase since the survey first began in 2003.
Google (uk and combined) accounted for 28% of retail website visits (up 28% year-on-year) while Yahoo Search (uk and combined) accounted for 2.4% of retail website visits (up 60% year-on-year).Online advertising in Eastern Europe will also grow in 2007 (up 28.6% to 2m) reaching 2m in 2010, according to data from Pw C/Wilkofsky Gruen Associates.The new "Annual Ad Spending Study 2007" from Outsell has found that US firms intend to increase their online adspend by 18% in 2007, writes e Marketer. Online remains the fastest growing advertising sector in the US.So after the biggest E-Christmas on record, what did we all do at the start of the year? This month's edition of Digital Intelligence shows how 2007 has got off to a flying start for online advertising.In the UK, 90% of marketers are planning to spend more online this year, while on our trips to Denmark and the Netherlands, we saw similarly high growth rates and a massive leap in online adspend.
According to the IMRG's figures the total online spend for 2006 reached 30.2bn, a 40% increase on the total for 2005.