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Monday, January 22, 2007

Boost Revenue Using Transactional Emails

Transactional emails are an essential part of a customer contact strategy, and many marketers aren’t utilising them to best effect. >>

Wednesday, January 17, 2007

Small Business Out of Search Ads?

Search advertising is expected to boom in 2007, but small and medium sized businesses may not be able to get in on the action. A new study indicates the bulk of search ads will go to larger companies and brands. >>

Friday, December 22, 2006

Ask.com Asks For More

IAC’s Ask.com is betting on new features helping them close the gap on search front-runners Google, Yahoo and MSN Windows LiveSearch in 2007. >>

Monday, December 04, 2006

Difference In How “User Generated Ads” Are Seen

Adults may like them, but a new study shows kids and young adults are not as keen on user-generated ads for products. >>

Friday, December 01, 2006

Merrill Lynch Predicts Growth In Branded Revenue

Despite a predicted slowdown in growth for Q4, 2006, brokerage house Merrill Lynch is predicting overall growth for online giant Yahoo! in the coming year. This, thanks in part to the recent buying habit of the company. >>

Tuesday, November 21, 2006

Yahoo Grows, Google Slows

Google is still the #1 search provider on the web, but in the latest numbers from Nielsen//Netratings, Yahoo’s search rating rose as Google’s slid. Does this mean that the Google monster is vulnerable? >>

Wednesday, November 15, 2006

Behavioral Targeting Most Effective?

That is the belief of many Madison Avenue advertising executives. Compared with other forms of online targeting, behaviorally targeting ads is the best way to raise conversions, according to a new study. >>

Tuesday, November 14, 2006

Mobiles to Influence Local Search?

According to a panel of marketing executives, the number of Internet able mobile phones will lead to a boom in local search marketing sooner rather than later. At MediaPost’s Search Insider Summit Monday, the execs indicated that more people will begin using mobiles to perform searches for the nearest big-box store. >>

Monday, November 13, 2006

Ad Network Launched by Marchex

Online marketers can now bid for the placement of ads directly on Marchex’s 200,000-plus websites, many of which are direct navigation sites. The Marchex Network of sites attracts more than 25 million unique visitors each month, according to a statement. >>

Thursday, November 09, 2006

Google Changes Landing Page Scoring

Online marketers need to bring their landing pages up to speed – quickly – or face paying more in advertising costs. Back in July, Google said they would begin factoring in landing page quality to their search ad bidding algorithm. Now they are expanding the change to contextually targeted ads. >>

Wednesday, November 08, 2006

Local Search Revenue To Reach $31 billion?

That is the forecast from The Kelsey Group, a research and analysis firm. In their annual forecast, analysts indicate that both global local search and online classified advertising revenue will grow to $31.1 billion in 2010. >>

Monday, November 06, 2006

AdBrite Opens Auction Model

Online advertising network AdBrite is introducing a new advertising auction model they say will let advertisers bid on a per-impression basis. Ads can be targeted by keyword, geographic location, demographic and more. >>

Monday, November 06, 2006

“Lifecycle” Manages Conversions

Rather than focusing on driving a small amount of traffic to boost online revenue, a new ad managing system from SmartSearch is focusing on managing the lifecycle of a campaign by increasing conversions. >>

Friday, November 03, 2006

Online Marketing in Second Place

If you aren’t already marketing on the web you should be. According to a new whitepaper from Omniture, online marketing ranks second as the preferential advertising medium behind only in-person advertising efforts for B2B campaigns. >>

Thursday, November 02, 2006

Ask.com Replacing MSN and Google

Search portal Lycos has asked Ask.com to replace MSN and Google as the organic search and paid listings provider on the portal’s sites. MSN Windows Live had provided all of the natural results while Google provided the paid search results. >>

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