Online Media Daily
Friday, December 9, 2005
  • Search Execs: Big Brands Muscling Out Small Players

    The increasing popularity of search engine marketing for branding purposes has brought well-monied advertisers into the game, while crowding out smaller advertisers, panelists said … Read the whole story

  • Scanning For Solutions

    In Nov. 29's "Scanning for Fear," 180solutions CEO Keith Smith offers an odd tirade against those who detect and remove 180's software from users' … Read the whole story

  • Yahoo! Gets Answers

    "How are M&M's made?" "How does one become an anime voice talent?" These were two of the many random questions posted on Yahoo!'s new … Read the whole story

  • 'Meet The Press' Meets The Web

    The influential Sunday morning news show "Meet the Press" will join the lineup of TV programs available online for on-demand viewing, said Thursday. Read the whole story

  • Google Tests Trip Planner

    Google Thursday unveiled its Transit Trip Planner, which maps out subway and bus routes in the Portland, Ore. metropolitan area. The product, an extension … Read the whole story

  • Study: Ad Clutter Mounts On Cell Phones, But Reception Is Better

    When it comes to advertising, familiarity apparently breeds acceptance. A new study by Ball State University found that more college students are receiving cell … Read the whole story