Online Media Daily
Thursday, July 28, 2011
  • Study: Google Overestimated Its Economic Impact

    "Grossly exaggerated" is how independent analysis describes Google's 2009 and 2010 Economic Impact report, which the Mountain View, Calif., company claims to have generated … Read the whole story

  • SEOmoz Builds Out 'Search Engine' To Aid Marketers

    SEOmoz, a Seattle-based SEO tools company, unveiled an upgrade to Open Site Explorer Wednesday. The tool suite allows marketers to view inbound links on … Read the whole story

  • Facebook's Sponsored Stories May Become Tales of Woe

    Facebook is banking on Sponsored Stories, a form of branded content, becoming a big hit with advertisers and a win for Facebook. Brands can … Read the whole story

  • Hulu Primarily TV Destination, Netflix Draws Movie Lovers

    As Hulu and Netflix continue to square off, it's important to note key behavioral differences between their respective audiences. Eighty-nine percent of Hulu users … Read the whole story

  • Yahoo Exchange Adds Publisher RTB Tools

    In a move aimed at attracting more publishers, Yahoo's Right Media Exchange is rolling out new tools for selling inventory in the marketplace on … Read the whole story

  • Allure.com Launches E-Commerce Capability

    Under a new partnership, Quidsi-owned BeautyBar.com will power e-commerce on Allure.com, online arm of Conde Nast's Allure magazine. The integration will allow users to … Read the whole story

  • E-Readers Are For Boomers, Smartphones For Millennials

    There's a mobile device for every age group. New findings from media research firm Affinity suggest the growing range of connected gadgets entering the … Read the whole story

  • Franken: AT&T, T-Mobile Merger Threatens Net Neutrality

    Sen. Al Franken, who is asking the government to block the proposed $39 billion merger, says the deal would create an effective duopoly with … Read the whole story