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BizReport : August 20, 2008 Archive

August 20, 2008 Archive

Research | August 20, 2008

Most popular young adult sites in UK finance focused

Apparently, it's not all about having fun online. Research among young, British adults reveals that financial management is front of mind when it comes to their reasons for going online. >>

Advertising | August 20, 2008

OPA: Consumers act on local media ads

An Online Publishers Association study has revealed that consumers are more likely to respond to ads on local media websites compared to other local online sites. >>

Email Marketing | August 20, 2008

Marshal: Spam sells

Ever wondered why the volume of spam continues to rise? Because, it seems, people are actually buying from them. Security company Marshal asked consumers what purchases they’d made from spam and a surprising number of people confessed. >>

| August 20, 2008

ContextWeb takes contextual advertising to the next generation

When it comes to contextual advertising it seems that marketers can never have enough keywords. Upgraded algorithms from ContextWeb's ADSDAQ Exchange could change that. The company reports that after implementing their next generation algorithms, the offerings could actually discover appropriate keywords according to the content served on a website. >>



Advertising | August 20, 2008

Exelate launches optimization lab for publishers

Targeting ads is absolutely necessary for online marketers; without targeting, studies have shown that ads can fall on deaf ears or blind eyes. The problem? Some marketers still aren't sure how to target their client base or how to best use the information provided by consumers to increase the ROI of campaigns. Enter eXelate's optimization lab, touted to help publishers and advertising networks optimize their targeting abilities. >>

Search Marketing | August 20, 2008

Krillion broadens local search, in-store pick up platform

If you think your local store can't harness the power of the Internet, think again. Local search engine Krillion is taking local search to the next level by allowing consumers to shop for goods online yet pick them up locally. Since opening with service to electronics, the company has broadened its reach by adding 96 new product categories - and giving local merchants another online avenue. >>