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Tuesday, September 26, 2006

Forbes.com Jumps On Podbridge Ad-Wagon

If you wondered how advertising would work with new mediums like pod-casts and such, just watch Forbes.com. The company has bought into Podbridge’s advertising platform lock stock and barrel. >>

Tuesday, September 26, 2006

Organic vs. Paid Search: Is One Better?

WebSideStory has finished a study that compares organic search returns to paid search returns. The big surprise? The conversion rates were nearly identical. >>

Monday, September 25, 2006

Email: Still Viable?

The short answer is yes. But for those online marketers still utilizing the medium as their main source of online revenue, the answer isn’t as clear. >>

Monday, September 25, 2006

Is there a way to end click fraud?

You’ve seen their dizzying advertisements and probably bit the Pay-Per-Click ad phenomenon, but more and more online marketers are finding their PPC rates growing by leaps and bounds and their income from PPC ads staying at subterranean levels. >>

Monday, September 25, 2006

Microsoft Streamlining Ads

Wanting to make ad buying simpler for more advertisers, Microsoft is launching a new program that will allow media buyers to purchase ad space across the board. >>

Friday, September 22, 2006

October Brings New Wind To Ask.com Paid Search

Ask.com 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 Ask.com search portal will revamp the paid search functions, and the company is also reconsidering their current PPC ad partnership with Google. >>

Thursday, September 21, 2006

TV Network Taps Online Marketplace

The Scripps Network is opening a new kind of mall, and it could pave the way for small e-tailers to create their own niche market. >>

Wednesday, September 20, 2006

Internet Branding Reaches College Kids

If you want to reach college kids, put your brand on the Internet. That is the result of a new survey from Burst Media. About one-third of the 800 college age kids surveyed said they use the Internet more than 10 hours on a typical week. In comparison, less than 20% say they spend 10 hours or more watching television or listening to the radio each week. >>

Wednesday, September 20, 2006

Sports and Social: What Internet Youth Wants

Need to find a niche market for a new line of cosmetics? Want to find new clientele for athletic shoes? The Internet could be your online gold mine. >>

Tuesday, September 19, 2006

Direct Navigation: Your Online Business Boom?

One of the newest trends in online business – buying domain names and then selling them for a profit – has actually been around for years. But new interest in the market is boosting revenue for investors, potentially reaching $2.5 billion in 2006. >>

Tuesday, September 19, 2006

Do Mobile Ads Pay Off?

Mobile phones may be the last frontier for advertisers, but the frontier is quickly dwindling away. The talk at the 2006 CTIA Wireless IT & Entertainment show in Los Angeles indicated that mobile ads could bring in $11 billion in revenue in five years. >>

Monday, September 18, 2006

The Money Behind Local Search

Think local search advertising is only for those mom-and-pop businesses and not the bigger retail chains? Think again. >>

Monday, September 18, 2006

Can Affiliate Partnerships Boost PPC?

You know the old slogan two heads are better than one? A new study from Marketing Experiments indicates that growing strong affiliates is just as important for online marketers as promoting pay-per-click advertising campaigns. >>

Friday, September 15, 2006

Old Domains = New Business?

Big online names like AOL and IAC are snatching up smaller online media outlets, sites like College Humor and Urban Baby. These websites have an already built in popular niche audience, making it easier to build up a brand. >>

Friday, September 15, 2006

Increase Deliverability, Increase Sales

Your email ‘credit score’ could be sending direct marketing emails straight to the Spam and Junk filters in user computers. >>

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