Around the Net In Online Marketing Issues for July 2008
Around the Net In Online Marketing - Thursday, July 31, 2008
Google Acquires Video Editing Service For YouTube
ESPN Launches Network For Alternative Sports Fans
Google To Open VC Unit
Google Reveals Search Targeting Practices
The Digital Olympics
A Fifth Of U.S. TV Viewers Watching Online
Apple's Cash Horde
Americans Addicted To Bandwidth
Around the Net In Online Marketing - Wednesday, July 30, 2008
Interview: John Battelle
Cloud Computing's Growing Pains
Why BT Buying Ribbit Is Significant
Tech Giants Join Forces For Cloud Computing
Pickens Rips Into Yahoo Over Microhoo Handling
MySpace Begins Lay-offs
Mark Lefar Takes Over At Vonage
Moore Steps Down At 24/7 Real Media
Around the Net In Online Marketing - Tuesday, July 29, 2008
Facebook Yanks Scrabulous
Madison Avenue Embracing Wall Street
Crawford Dissent Keeps Yang On Edge
Knol: Google's Conflict Of Interest
How Warner Kept 'The Dark Knight' Off The Web
Microsoft Backs Open Source
'Cuil' Underwhelms
Flipping Web Sites Like Houses
Around the Net In Online Marketing - Monday, July 28, 2008
No Bottomless Ad Pit For The Web
Wayward Microsoft
Who Will Win Yahoo's Open Board Seats?
Intel: Mobile Market To Explode
Not So Social Networking
Around the Net In Online Marketing - Friday, July 25, 2008
Microsoft-Facebook Pact Won't Change A Thing
Microsoft: Ozzie Leads List Of Johnson Replacements
AOL Cuts Services, Dresses For Sale?
Why Facebook Connect Matters
Microsoft Poised To Lose More Money Online
AOL Integrates Widget Ads
New MySpace Music To Launch In September
Craigslist Real Estate Listings Booming
Around the Net In Online Marketing - Thursday, July 24, 2008
YouTube, Big Media Firms Becoming Friends
Chernin: Advertisers Haven't Fully Embrace Video, Mobile
Facebook To Deepen Ties With App Developers
Did Johnson Leave Or Was He Asked To Go?
Game App Maker Receives $29 Million in Funding
Amazon's Strong Q2
Who Will Be MSN's Next Chief?
Microsoft Memo: The Full Reorg
Around the Net In Online Marketing - Wednesday, July 23, 2008
Investors Cast Doubt On Microsoft Internet Strategy
MySpace Signs On To OpenID
Gambling On Facebook Games, Zynga Cashes In
Charities Take Auctions Online To Raise Big Bucks
Microsoft Brings Its Games To Life As Movies On Web
Nintendo, Fuji Film Launch Wii Online Photo Service
Are YouTube And Hollywood Ready To Kiss And Make Up?
Around the Net In Online Marketing - Tuesday, July 22, 2008
Yahoo/Icahn Deal: What's Next
Comcast Unit Cuts Web Deals To Handle Online Video
AOL's Propeller News Site Launches 2.0 Today
TiVo And Amazon Team Up
'Sporting News' Debuts Digital Daily
Beware Of Social Networking Overload
The Hottest Girls On Digg Are Fake, But The Site Works Anyway
ZipClip Lets Users Send Content From Web To Mobile
Around the Net In Online Marketing - Monday, July 21, 2008
Icahn Ends Proxy Fight In Settlement With Yahoo
Live CashBack Off To Good Start
When Piracy Helps Your Business
YouTube Ads Will Be 'Holy Grail'
Study: Little-Known Hulu Is Popular With Users
Overstock Shares Plunge 40%
Pandora Scores With iPhone App
AT&T Wi-Fi Not Live
Around the Net In Online Marketing - Friday, July 18, 2008
Silicon Valley In For 'Reality Check'
Google Buys Russian Search Firm For $140 Million
Microsoft: No Question, Online Ad Climate Is Weak
Study: Digital Budgets To Grow Despite Economy
Google Deliberately Sells Fewer Ads
GOOG, MSFT Weaknesses Bad Signs For Yahoo
Tech Weathering Downturn, Sort Of
Q2 Misses For Google, Microsoft
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