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BizReport : March 10, 2008 Archive

March 10, 2008 Archive

| March 10, 2008

AdWords: Load time metric confirmed, exclusion tool expanded

After much online chat about Google’s addition of page load time to Quality Score metrics, the search engine confirms and explains its moves, while also making another change to their services. >>

Research | March 10, 2008

Survey: Many TV viewers double-dip

Watching television and surfing the Internet is something that many people do, but at the same time? Yes, according to a new survey by Harris Interactive on behalf of video search outfit Blinx. >>

Research | March 10, 2008

BrandGames, Deloitte partner to teach kids

Reaching teens on the Internet seems to be solid business practice in the past few years. Now Deloitte & Touche USA and BrandGames are trying to reach teens on the Internet about business. The platform allows teens to create an avatar and interact with real-world business problems and solutions. >>

Mobile Marketing | March 10, 2008

M:Metrics to track mobile ads in the UK

M:Metrics, a leader in measuring mobile advertising, is taking mobile measurement one step further for UK mobile marketers. M:Ad is a new tracking service for mobile advertisers so that they can better understand what effect their ad campaigns are having on users. In an initial report, researchers found that nearly 40% of all UK mobile ads are being placed by Electronic Arts, Glu and Ebay. >>



Advertising | March 10, 2008

March Madness promises ad boon

As the NCAA's major basketball conferences gear up for their tournaments, advertisers are also gearing up. Once the final conference tourney's are completed later this week, the NCAA Selection Show takes center stage and after that the 19-day event basketball fans know as "March Madness". >>

Mobile Marketing | March 10, 2008

Marketers test mobile coupons

This year could be the year that mobile coupons play a more prominent role in driving traffic and sales, and several bigwigs have already put their money where their cell phone is. >>