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BizReport : February 27, 2007 Archive

February 27, 2007 Archive

Advertising | February 27, 2007

TV stations not excited about Google's auctioning tool

Don't expect television stations to begin jumping for joy when Google's television ad auctioning tool becomes available. According to reports, executives are not thrilled that Google is encroaching on their area of expertise. >>

Advertising | February 27, 2007

Report: Online ad spend will slow down this year

Most forecasts are expecting another huge gain for online advertising in 2007 as more consumers go online for news, information and great buys. eMarketer, while still in the middle of the forecasts, doesn't agree with that trend and is forecasting an overall advertising slowdown this year. >>

Research | February 27, 2007

Study: target men for online video conversions

Online video is beginning to garner more attention from average viewers with 4% of people over the age of 18 watching online videos daily and another 14% watching at least once each week. However, those numbers don't touch the number of traditional television viewers, according to a new study, which means targeting video is the key to conversions. >>

Social Marketing | February 27, 2007

Traffic to YouTube rises despite Viacom pulling content

Despite Viacom’s demands to remove hundreds of thousands of videos from its site, YouTube still managed to double its average weekly traffic increase since the beginning of the year. >>



Search Marketing | February 27, 2007

Advertisers to get more control over contextual ad campaigns

Brand advertisers are to get a boost with the advent of new contextual advertising models. >>

Social Marketing | February 27, 2007

MilkPEP introduces world's first branded emoticon

The world’s first branded emoticon has made its debut in the online lexicon in an attempt to connect with teen audiences. >>

Social Marketing | February 27, 2007

McDonald’s new Filet-O-Fish promotion to target online gamers

McDonald’s makes their branding more interactive and accessible via a new online campaign, promoting the old time favourite – Filet-O-Fish. >>