The recent switch of the site name Aprod.hu to Olx.hu was successful, according to the owner company Naspers/Allegro Group.
“As of yesterday, visits, page views and the number of new ads posted are back at the levels we saw on the best days of Aprod.hu,” said Peter Dobra,
The second-home search site Green-Acres.com created a series of feature videos on most popular locations in France, from Burgundy to Provence, to boost its visibility for those wishing to acquire a second home in France.
Created in 2004, the portal has high traffic, but suffers from lack of awareness. To remedy this, Green-Acres produced nineteen video episodes about the different French proper
The millennial-focused career television project of Pivot, sponsored by Monster Worldwide, kicks off today, January 27, with its first televis
While the official launch is still a few days away, Los Angeles-based TradeYa is open for online business. The digital swap meet lets users showcase the goods they have and would willingly part with, in exchange for something else they would like to have.
The startup's concept is simple - "Here is what I have and would like to giv
Curbed.com, with the help of clever Zumper, provided a slew of entertaining, informative content on rentals this week, as part of the hyper-local real estate site's Renters Week 2013. The third-
Chicago Magazine, a prominent 1.5 million-reader Chicago Tribune publication about local dining, entertainment, and real estate, just launched a highly-attractive, social-media-focused classifieds marketplace, powered by Krrb
Sure, it’s a publicity stunt, but it certainly is a creative one. Leading Canadian general merchandise and free classified site Kijiji has launched a massively interactive online art “mosaic” called “Finding Yourself in Canada.”
The project works like this: users upload a picture to a special page on the Kijiji website and tag t
In a surprising change from the norm, Patch.com "corporate" seems to have made a decision to have every local Patch site enable CareerBuilder job listings and search, in what a CareerBuilder spokesperson would only clarify as
"part of our ongoing AOL partnership." Perhaps the days of local editors making their own design and
It's a brave startup that launches into the French general market and so when Anoonce launched this year there were questions about whether its self-declared USP of ergonomic design would give it the reach and traffic needed to survive.
Now Anoonce has anoonced an alliance with ad search engine Trovit in the search for traffic. Acco