Nielsen/NetRatings AdRelevance has reported online ad impressions in August reached 112.1 billion, nine percent more than in July.
Monthly Archives: September 2005
Hackers are producing smaller and modular codes of limited initial functionality which can download other codes to cause damage.
Justin Blake and Charles Ryder have created a new home-based business site that they say will make members $1,000+ each week.
Publishers have mixed reactions about Google Library Scanning Project: the positive, “boosting sales of obscure titles” and the negative, “hurt industry’s long-term revenues”.
Gary Huynh has released a new ebook on how to create and make money with info-products (books, audio and video) on a limited budget.
Luca Mori, an Italian computer programmer, was using Google Earth and “has stumbled upon the remains of an ancient villa”.
Professional marketers Mike Filsaime and Carlos Garcia have teamed up on a new free audio ebook.
Google India, subsidiary of Google International, USA, has sought an advance ruling on whether it would be liable to pay service tax for selling ad space.
Ewen Chia announced a 72-hour-only special offer for private label rights to two never-before-released products.
Google has added a new feature to Google Earth with information related to Africa, courtesy National Geographic.