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BizReport : September 22, 2006 Archive

September 22, 2006 Archive

Blogs & Content | September 22, 2006

Publishers Want Control of Search Results

A Belgian court ruling could change the way large search engines like Google, Yahoo and MSN give search results. The court ruled that some Google searches infringes on the copyright of French and German newspapers by reproducing parts of the articles in snippets. >>

Blogs & Content | September 22, 2006

Are Bloggers Influencing Political Campaigns?

The answer is a definitely yes. According to many campaign strategists and technology gurus, it is expected that the next frontier will be social networking sites such as MySpace, where some politicians have already started building their presence. Some US political candidates have set up regular online chats and used them to link supporters from various parts of their constituencies. >>

Trends & Ideas | September 22, 2006

Is Rich Media Good For You?

A recently published Kagan Research report forecasts rich media will be the fastest growing area of internet advertising from 2006-2015, with the category having topped $1 billion in 2005. >>

Advertising | September 22, 2006

Google Is Not Just For Text Advertisements

Google is now turning to Marketers at Madison Avenue to convince them that Google is not just for text advertisements anymore. The company has bigger plans now. >>

Advertising | September 22, 2006

Jumpstart Not Phased By Yahoo Report

Yahoo may have put fear into many online automotive and financial advertisers with predictions of softness in those markets, but online advertiser Jumpstart Automotive Media isn’t biting. >>

Search Marketing | September 22, 2006

October Brings New Wind To Paid Search is hoping an update to the company's paid search program will give them a larger share of the paid search market. Beginning in October, IAC’s search portal will revamp the paid search functions, and the company is also reconsidering their current PPC ad partnership with Google. >>

Mobile Marketing | September 22, 2006

QTags Plans To Expand Abroad

US company says, it is planning to expand to Europe, Asia and the Caribbean. QTags are mobile text messages that are directly targeted at customers that have signed up for a company’s opt-in marketing information. >>

Research | September 22, 2006

Aquent Marketing Salary Survey Shows Detailed Information

Aquent, an online marketing specialist with over five years experience in the field of global staffing solutions for creative professionals in marketing and communications roles, has recently published the results of its annual Salary Monitor Survey. >>

Blogs & Content | September 22, 2006

AOL Vying To Outwit Rivals By Offering Enhanced Search and Listing Facilities To Online Video Sharers

America Online has joined the race for a slice of the highly trafficked video sharing action on the web, by saying it’s offering greater compatibility than its rivals in terms of search features. The company has opened its search engine up to third party developers and video content owners, launching the AOL Video Search developer program. >>

Email Marketing | September 22, 2006

EmailFilm Offers Video Technology For Emails

A firm that itself is not active in email marketing may have created breakthrough technology for this market segment by creating light, user friendly, video email programming. It has applied for a patent on its technology that converts standard video and film formats into HTML-compatible video. >>