Search & Performance Marketing Daily
Thursday, April 29, 2010
  • Ohio Attorney General Sides Against Google In Antitrust Lawsuit

    A search marketer's antitrust lawsuit against Google in Ohio has caught the attention of the state's top law enforcement official, who this week filed … Read the whole story

  • Rosetta Stone Loses Trademark Suit Against Google

    One year ago, a federal appeals court ruled that the computer repair shop Rescuecom could proceed with a lawsuit against Google for trademark infringement … Read the whole story

  • Google And Microsoft: Signs of Hubris, Signs of Humility

    From my admittedly limited vantage point, I've noticed a subtle but significant shift in what's coming out of the respective campuses of Microsoft and … Read the whole story

  • Blinkx Adds Behavioral Targeting To Video Site

    The video search engine introduced behavioral targeting services Tuesday supported by AdHoc, the company's contextual video advertising platform. Read the whole story

  • Marketing In The Moment

    When I speak of marketers needing to be "in the moment," I am not referring specifically to real-time search, social, or the real-time Web. … Read the whole story

  • IAC Narrows Loss In Q1, Keeps Options Open

    Thanks to an improving ad market, IAC/InteractiveCorp. reported overall revenue up 16% for the first quarter on Wednesday. Beating analysts' forecasts, IAC's first-quarter loss … Read the whole story

  • Kenshoo Adds Custom Widgets To Search

    Kenshoo plans to unveil an upgrade Thursday to Kenshoo Search Insight Dashboards. The new features add dynamic tabs and widgets that let marketers customize, … Read the whole story

  • Google Warns Fake Antivirus Software Spreads Through SEO, Ads

    Online security experts believe Google's quest to remain transparent could work against it. Using a combination of Google Trends, search engine optimization (SEO) and … Read the whole story

  • AOL Q1 Earnings Disappoint, Sells ICQ

    Failing to meet Wall Street expectations, AOL on Wednesday said first-quarter earnings fell by 59%, as revenue from both advertising and subscription fees declined … Read the whole story