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