Search Marketing Daily
Thursday, February 4, 2010
  • Twitter And Facebook Could Get You Fired

    Free speech still exists in the U.S., but American companies have begun stepping up policies to determine what employees can share on social media ... Read the whole story

  • The 150-Millisecond Gap

    A few weeks ago, I was sitting in a meeting room at Simon Fraser University, among five people looking intently at two squiggly lines ... Read the whole story

  • The Days of Guessing at Keyword Research Are Over

    In my last few columns, I've covered the considerations for search in a site redesign, so today I want to drill down even further ... Read the whole story

  • Will Online Video's Ad Revenue Ever Surpass Search Advertising's ?

    Ever since Google launched text ads and adopted the pay-per-click model, search revenue paved the way for online media's growth. Today, Google generates the ... Read the whole story

  • Monster Eats HotJobs, Digests $225M Price Tag

    Monster Worldwide on Wednesday said it agreed to acquire rival online job-search company HotJobs from Yahoo for $225 million in cash. Per the deal, ... Read the whole story

  • Study: Spending On Email, Social And Search Rising

    Email service provider ExactTarget released a study this week showing marketers plan to boost spending in email, social media and other non-traditional outreach channels ... Read the whole story

  • The WSJ Tears Down Pay Wall Courtesy Of Acura

    News Corp. has begun rolling out pay walls for its precious online news, but content at The Wall Street Journal became free Wednesday to ... Read the whole story