Search & Performance Marketing Daily
Tuesday, July 6, 2010
  • Click-Fraud Rates Remain At Record Level

    The average "innocuous invalid rate" in Anchor Intelligence's network declined to 29.8% in the second quarter in 2010, representing a 36.1% sequential decrease. That … Read the whole story

  • In First Amendment Battle, One Judge Keeps Newspaper Archives Safe -- Another Case Still In Play

    It's understandable that individuals aren't pleased when they conduct vanity searches on their names only to discover a newspaper article about an old arrest … Read the whole story

  • Research Can Spur The Next Wave Of Digital Media Spending

    For some time now, I've wondered when the digital media industry will see those oft-promised exponential revenue gains versus the incremental growth of the … Read the whole story

  • Between Facebook And Google, An Uncrossable Chasm

    You know how curly-haired girls always want to have straight hair and straight-haired girls always want curly? Meanwhile, those of us with wavy hair … Read the whole story

  • Google AdWords Reporting Glitch Brings Agencies To Near Crawl

    Search engine marketing experts trying to pull data from their Google AdWords account during the past three weeks may have encountered a roadblock. What … Read the whole story

  • Local Search, Social Networking Grow On Smartphones

    Local search via mobile is gaining steam as a way to find nearby retailers, according to the latest Smartphone Intelligence survey from online research … Read the whole story