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Coremetrics Search Released

Coremetrics Search, a paid solution for creating, managing and optimizing pay-per-click marketing campaigns across multiple search engines has been released. [Read more] [Read more]

Ad-ID Records Gains

Ad-ID, an XML based ad coding standard, is increasingly being used by marketers and companies. [Read more] [Read more]

TV Program Ads On Google and Yahoo

Several TV networks put up sponsored links in search engines like Google and Yahoo to promote their programs. [Read more] [Read more]

Customized Online Games for Retailers

Customized online games like automobile race are being developed to market products. [Read more] [Read more]

Search Engines Baidu First and Google Second In China

Baidu is the search engine used by half of the Chinese, Google is second and Yahoo is fifth. [Read more] [Read more]

Pandora Online Radio Stations

Pandora builds up streams of music based on user’s stated preference for an artist or a song. [Read more] [Read more]

Yahoo Mail: New Search Functions

Yahoo has announced introduction of new search functions for the company’s free web based email service. [Read more] [Read more]

Microsoft Internet Explorer Flaw Investigated

A new, unpatched flaw in Internet Explorer, IE6, is being investigated. [Read more] [Read more]

Yahoo Ad System Still Down

Yahoo update fifteen days ago crashed its ad system and its customer service is still malfunctioning. [Read more] [Read more]

Advertisers Make Money Through Blended Threats

There are firms which use blended threats, a combination of elements of worms, viruses and trojans, to replace legitimate ads in web pages with their own ads. [Read more] [Read more]

Advertising On Web Before TV

Coty’s Lancaster Group division ran a commercial on Vogue magazine’s Internet site before airing the same ad on television. [Read more] [Read more]

Spammers Attacking MSN Spaces Increase

According to Internet Security Firm Surf Control, ten percent of spammers are using Microsoft’s MSN spaces blogging service and it is likely to increase. [Read more] [Read more]