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Internet Marketing NewsWatch|  Internet Business| Online Marketing|Home based business
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Monthly Archives: September 2005

AOL No Longer in Beta

AOL site has announced that AOL.com is no longer in Beta.

Future Search to Include Phone Calls?

Analysts say that Google, Yahoo and Microsoft’s MSN can add “into the search universe the ability to search what you said in phone calls”.

Silverpop’s Findings: Email Marketing

Silverpop has surveyed 175 retailers’ email campaigns and has published a report, “2005 Retail Email Marketing Study”.

Symantec Biannual Report on Virus Attack

Symantec Biannual has reported that 59% of vulnerabilities to virus attack were associated with Web application technologies, 25% for Mozilla browsers and 13 for Internet Explorer.

Reprise Media Launches Beta FeedCast

Reprise Media has launched a beta version of FeedCast, a tool for online publishers to speed up the launching of search campaigns promoting new content.

Google Plans to Cover the US and the Globe

Cynthia Brumfield of IP Media Monitor has reported that Google is planning “to push massive amounts of voice, video and data content very close to end users”.

Gary Halbert’s Latest Newsletter

The Gary Halbert Letter’s latest edition is titled “Operation Moneysuck”.

MIMO New Wireless Technology by Year End

Airgo Networks, will be releasing Multiple Input Multiple Output, MIMO, a new wireless technology for Internet Television with high resolution video programs.

Traffic Increases at Online Shopping Sites

Nielsen/NetRatings has reported that online shopping sites are registering increasing traffic this year, compared to August 2004.

Yahoo will be Launching New Y Mail Beta Soon

Yahoo is planning to launch a beta version of a new Yahoo Mail, Y Mail.