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Thursday, March 22, 2007

Google tests pay-per-action ads

In a sign that a new model may soon be released, search giant Google has released another beta test of their new pay-per-action (PPA) platform. The platform allows advertisers to pay for specific actions by users rather than paying only for click-throughs. >>

Thursday, March 22, 2007

Product placement rising in Europe and Asia

New research from PQ Media indicates that paid product placement will continue to rise through 2010. In 2006, product placement grew to $3.36 billion (37%) and in 2007 is expected to reach 30.3%, or $4.38 billion. >>

Wednesday, March 21, 2007

Actions speak louder than clicks, new Google ad pricing model

Google is testing a new ad pricing model which will allow marketers to specify which consumer actions they wish to pay for, giving advertisers more control over their campaigns and creative. >>

Tuesday, March 20, 2007

Google, Yahoo control the bulk of online ads

Advertisers may get a little bit more for their money at smaller portals - more control, specifically - but still, most marketers prefer to deal with the large portals. According to a new report from eMarketer, Google, Yahoo, MSN and AOL account for more than 66% of ad dollars in 2007. >>

Tuesday, March 20, 2007

Publishers aren't profiting from online operations

Out of 350 international newspaper and magazine executives gathered in Hannover, Germany, for a media conference, only one was able to claim making a profit from their online operations. >>

Monday, March 19, 2007

Automakers steer more ad dollars online

Though automotive ads have seen a slight decline in overall spending, the industry is still the largest spend for United States consumers, with $21 billion in overall spending. How are they doing this? >>

Monday, March 19, 2007

New Podcast/Blog ad network geared to boomers

What do you get when you cross edgy content, blogs and podcasts from an expert panel and national advertisers? A new social network aimed at helping the boomer generation get more out of life. >>

Monday, March 19, 2007

Kohl's first to use clickable video ad format

Kohls department stores have become the first to use new Video Hyperlink technology to discreetly integrate product advertising in to online video content. >>

Monday, March 19, 2007

Google purchases in-game advertising firm

After a couple of rumor-filled months it is finally official. Google has purchased the in-game advertising firm, Adscape Media. The acquisition will enable Google to reduce its reliance on online search advertising, which currently accounts for the majority of its revenue. >>

Friday, March 16, 2007

comScore: "Visits" to change engagement level

comScore says a new metric measuring user visits to a specific site could replace the traditional pageview metric for advertisers. A visit is measured as the total amount of times a website is visited by one user each day, with 30 minutes between each visit. >>

Thursday, March 15, 2007

More publishers to adopt online video in 2007’s recent online publishing survey has confirmed industry predictions regarding the growth of online video. >>

Thursday, March 15, 2007

Platform allows publishers to choose ad rates

The rollout of ContextWeb's new "Open PO" ad pricing model is complete and holds a few surprises. Chiefly, the ability of publishers to choose the rates at which their ads are sold online. >>

Thursday, March 15, 2007

Survey: U.S. Latino internet usage

Recent research in to internet usage amongst U.S. Latinos has revealed what experts are calling one of the largest ethnic gaps in the digital divide. >>

Wednesday, March 14, 2007

Spotzer allows customized online video campaigns

The online do-it-yourself trend is moving from desktop publishing straight to video. Online video advertising, that is. A new ad company promises marketers the ability to create their own online video ad, track the campaign and make on the spot changes from one platform. >>

Wednesday, March 14, 2007

U.S. advertisers spend $9B on display ads

As more consumers head online, so do marketers. According to a report from TNS Media Intelligence, growth in online display ads and political ads showed the most growth in 2006. >>

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