Posts Tagged ‘Search Marketing’

SES New York 2012


SES New York is happening right now until this Friday March 23rd at The Hilton New York City hotel. SES is a global online marketing conference and expo series about search and social marketing. The conference focuses on tactics and best practices, marketing services and technology for webmasters, digital agencies, online marketers and corporate decision […]

Google Glasses


Google is thinking out side of the box and by end of 2012 will launch Android based eyeglasses that will stream information to your eyes in real time, according to a new report in the New York Times. This high tech device will have the same Android software used in smartphones and will allow you […]

Calender of Marketing Events 2012

DATE EVENT NAME LOCATION Feb 5-6 I Media Brand Summit Bonita Springs, FL Feb 6-8 Online Marketing Summit San Diego, CA Feb 6 The Ad Club Boston, MA Feb 13-15 PubCon Honolulu, HI Feb 13-16 Media Buying Academy Group Chicago, Il Feb 16 Digital Flash Social Media Week Event New York, NY Feb 23-24 Adtech […]

Affiliate Bites: Netflix’s Value Sinks, iOS Impressions Rise, + More

» Netflix is having the worst day ever with its market value plummeting. [Reuters] » Outspoken Media’s Lisa Barone makes a keen observation about trending topics on Twitter beginning to look a lot like search strings. [@LisaBarone via Twitter] » With a growth of 456%, maybe it’s not a bad idea to optimize your ads […]

Cool Tool Alert: Google Flights Reaches Cruising Altitude


Take to the sky with Google Flights.

Affiliate Bites: Regular People Can Get Paid Per Tweet Too, Google Slips in Share While Bing Gains, + More

» Now you too can get paid for tweeting sponsored messages! [AdWeek] » Turns out a major filesharing service trying to do right by a big Hollywood studio ended up the victim of fraud by said studio…and now they’re going to court. [TorrentFreak] » Google’s slight search share slip is Bing’s gain. [Computerworld] » Nielsen […]

AM Affiliate: Online Ad Revenue to Shrink If Economy Tanks, Display Outpacing Search?, + More

» With the prospect of further economic contraction, Peter Kafka reasons that the online ad sector may not be dented severely, but will experience somewhat limited growth as a consequence. [AllThingsD] » Agree or disagree?: “A race to the bottom. That’s how we have often described the behavior of many performance marketers.” [Digital Moses] » […]

Bonus Points: Memorial Day Weekend Edition

Well hello. Welcome to your much-deserved long weekend. This past week–like the many before it!–has been a doozy, so sit back and as usual, exercise your clicking finger while we tell you what you missed. Or what might be worth reading if you’ve been able to stay on top of all the news items from […]

AM Affiliate: Digital Marketing Needs to Make Kings, Could You Get Taxed For Legal Music Downloads?, + More

» The digital world’s Achilles’ heel is this: Not finding which products it wants to make king, and instead opting for an everything-but-the-kitchen-sink approach. [Seth Godin] » 8 notable brands and how they rode Facebook to B2C success. [Mashable] » The affiliate tax is bigger than all of us–lawmakers are mulling new measures that would […]

Google Plays Content Police With Panda; Is It Time to Embrace Blekko?

Recently, Google started lifting the veil on its Panda Update. Besides being the ire of SEOs everywhere, the update is meant to be a stern shove from Google to content providers to offer higher quality content to web users. This is a noble mission and if it can force entitles like Demand Media to pay […]