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Andy Atkins-Kruger

Andy is the CEO of Webcertain. He is a trained linguist with 20 years of experience in international marketing, having helped major brand leaders with their advertising and public relations projects on five continents. Webcertain has been operating multilingual search marketing campaigns for over 15 years and is one of few agencies which only deal with international campaigns; the company doesn't deal in single market projects. Andy speaks regularly at conferences around the world.

Most popular languages at Multilingual-Search.com

The most popular 25 languages of Multilingual-Search.com in 2007 in terms of the percentage of the site’s visitors are:- English (United States) 45.73% English (United Kingdom) 19.56% English 3.28% French 3.12% German 2.80% Spanish 2.17% Russian 1.77% Italian 1.31% Japanese … Read More

Al Arabiya.net is the busiest Arabic website – it is official

ABC Electronic audit says that the busiest ‘audited’ website in the Arabic language is the Dubai-based news site Al Arabiya.net with 22 million page views in November 06 – the audit period. Al Arabiya.net was launched in March 2003 as a satellite channel giving 24 hour Arabic-language news across 5 continents. Its portal-style website also features an Arabic-language search engine and claims to have over one million page views per day. … Read More

"10 years of internet growth ahead," says ShopWiki's Kevin P. Ryan, AdTech Paris

“The easy money in keyword advertising is gone,” says Ryan, but there are “Clearly 10 years of growth ahead for the internet” and no “The bubble is not back!” he says. Gone are the days when the biggest question he faced was “When will you start to make money” Now he believes the internet is “under-hyped” simply because the typical US exit route for founders is by acquisition rather than IPO. This lack of IPOs gives the sector less publicity oxygen than it deserves. “Whether it’s e-commerce, advertising or publishing, the web is working very well!” he states confidently.
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European telecoms operators threaten US search hegemony

Europe’s largest telecoms operators – with one American firm – are planning to launch a mobile phone search engine to rival Google and Yahoo. The companies concerned include Vodafone, France Telecom, Telefonica, Deutsche Telekom, Hutchison Whampoa, Telecom Italia and US firm Cingular. Combined, they have a user base of 600 million people – with some 20% in the UK expected to have broadband speed mobile phone access by the end of 2007.
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