Channel | Digital

Google Sells Looks As Well As Clicks

|  by Chief Marketer Staff

Google, the top search engine on the Web and the top search ad seller too, announced in late April the launch of a “limited beta” test on its AdWords/ AdSense marketing network. The test will give online advertisers the ability to select the sites where their ads will run on the Google network of Web…

Google, Defender of the Faith

|  by Chief Marketer Staff

Mysterious rumblings and clankings from within Google’s Mountain View, CA, stronghold suggest it, and the wailing and gnashing of teeth in search engine Web forums appear to confirm it: The most popular search engine in the world seems to have made some important adjustments to the way it ranks Web pages.

Search Will Party On

|  by Chief Marketer Staff

If the three prominent topics at this year’s Ad:Tech San Francisco meeting really are “search, spyware and behavioral ads,” as one attendee put it, then Piper Jaffray senior analyst Safa Rashtchy arrived bearing vital news. According to his estimates, the search segment of the Internet is slated to undergo even better growth than it has…

Spam-Free Search

|  by Chief Marketer Staff

It seems that whenever one logs on, the bombardment begins — unsavory content, dubious offers, unscrupulous operators, and in-your-face interruption marketing. So whether you're marketing by e-mail, discussion boards, blogs, or search engines, it's critical that you as a legitimate marketer dissociate yourself from the rising tide of spam

Cookies and the Deletion Dilemma

|  by Chief Marketer Staff

A March report from JupiterResearch has triggered something of a tumult in the industries that rely on Web metrics with its findings that one of the key tools for measuring Web traffic may be much less reliable than previously thought.

American Greetings’ House of E-Cards

|  by Chief Marketer Staff

The Internet has done a lot to change both Americans’ buying habits and the way we relate to each other: e-mail rather than letters or phone calls, sending gifts online rather than using the mails, and so on. American Greetings Interactive, the online subsidiary of Cleveland-based card maker American Greetings, has built its business on…

Microsoft Takes Aim at Pay-Per-Click

|  by Chief Marketer Staff

Google and Yahoo were put on notice last week that the paid advertising search is set to become a three-horse race. Microsoft hosted a meeting for advertisers at its Redmond, WA, headquarters to unveil its own proprietary platform for linking pay-per-click ads to search results and other Web pages. And although the launch announcement made…

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