by Kathy Sharpe on Mar 21, 11:58 AM
A surge in search is a sign of how lost we feel online.
by Lynn Russo on Mar 21, 11:54 AM
Online video spending is up, but the picture remains unclear.
by Geoffrey Alexander on Mar 21, 11:51 AM
The interest in behavioral targeting outside the U.S. isn't surprising.
by Stephen Governale on Mar 21, 11:46 AM
Could Google get knocked from search's top perch?
by Ari Rosenberg on Mar 21, 11:31 AM
Don't forget the users--oh, and stop calling them users.
by Larry Dobrow on Mar 21, 11:20 AM
Why are marketers missing the mark with this busy online audience?
by Ross Fadner on Mar 21, 11:14 AM
Engaging young eyeballs online? That's entertainment....
by Todd Friesen on Mar 21, 11:09 AM
A quick and dirty guide to digging for info about your site --and others'.
by on Mar 21, 11:04 AM
Omma Editor Tobi Elkin talks to ValueClick Media's general manager, David A. Yovanno.
by Ross Fadner on Mar 21, 10:56 AM
Why are advertisers still so reluctant to pursue branding opportunities within video games? The biggest reason: There's still no third-party measurement and ratings support for this $10 billion industry. Nielsen Interactive Entertainment promised a universal games ratings system by mid-2005, but Nielsen now says the system may not be ready until mid-2007. NIE senior vice president Michael Dowling admits the delay may keep some advertisers away from video games, but he insists there's a bright future for dynamic, in-game advertising in the next generation of game consoles. As gamers trade in their old Xboxes and PlayStations for …