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More than half of New Zealanders are now accessing the Internet via a mobile phone
New Zealand Statistics have shown an increase in online shopping.
To celebrate Google’s 15th Birthday, Google launched their new “Humming Bird” algorithym claiming that Google search can be a more humane way to interact with users and provide a more direct answer.
The government will be consulting on whether overseas purchases less than $400 should be taxed. This could increase online sales in New Zealand.
More of New Zealand Retailers are taking part in Click Monday where they willl list their deals on a central website.
With more and more people relying on mobile phones to hold their personal information it’s great to see increased security being offered by service providers.
With online marketing having replaced traditional print advertising in the past 10 years it will be interesting to see how in the coming months this business changes to meet the online market.