Acacia Technologies has licensed interstitial Internet advertising technology to Six Continents. The interstitial Internet advertising technology relates to displaying certain advertising that appear between or outside the web pages when a user conducts a search and storing them before they are displayed.
Monthly Archives: December 2005
ImagePower Newsmaker Brands Survey has identified Google as one of 2005’s top 10 winning brands. Others in the list included eBay, Yahoo and Amazon.com.
Trojan.Spamlia, a new Trojan Horse, is spamming email addresses found in the user’s Windows Address Book.
Online holiday shoppers have spent $30.1 billion during the 2005 holiday season. Online holiday shopping has increased 30% compared to 2004.
Google Founders Sergey Brin and Larry Page helped their friend Reid Gershbein by funding an independent film “Broken Arrows”.
A new Trojan Horse is incorporating itself in Google AdSense. The Trojan downloads itself on a user’s computer and replaces original Google AdSense ads with its own similar looking ads.
Outlook 12 will include RSS feeds. RSS will be part of the mail and will have the drag-and-drop support facilities associated with mails.
Google Engineer Matt Cutts has won the Search Engine Journal Best SEO Blog of 2005 Award. Matt Cutts has secured over 60% of votes as the “Most Likely Search Employee to Flame for Spamming”.
JMP Securities have raised the 12-month price target on Google’s stock from $400 to $575. Analyst William Morrison has the highest forecast of Google’s share price.
Amazon has launched a new program Amazon Connect to allow authors to blog on the Amazon site. The program provides authors with a channel to market new products to consumers.