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    Email marketing budgets ‘to soar’

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    US spending on email marketing will grow to $2.1 billion in 2012, from $1.2 billion last year, it has been predicted. JupiterResearch, a firm specializing in consumer technologies, has stated…

    Google maintains market majority

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    Google continues its dominance of the US search market, a new study has revealed. Research conducted by market monitoring firm Hitwise revealed that Google possessed more than 65 percent of…

    RSS monetization ‘important and effective’

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    It is important to derive profits from RSS feeds, according to an advertising network.

    RSS stands for Really Simple Syndication, a means of distributing news content to readers without them h

    Election ‘to be ruled by social networking’

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    The presidential election is to be dominated by social networking, it has been claimed. Debra Aho Williamson, senior analyst at internet commentator eMarketer, notes that each candidate has a social…

    Email marketing ‘must be interesting’

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    Websites considering revamping their email marketing strategy for 2008 should ensure their communications contain interesting and engaging content, an expert has commented.

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    No, not that kind of Link: Google teaming up with Nintendo to release search engine game

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    While it probably won’t have the impact of a new Super Mario title, Nintendo’s new collaboration with Google has produced a game that’s getting attention: Ando-Kensaku, a Wii game, will…

    News is dead, long live the news: The rise of an online industry

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    It’s too easy to predict the slow demise of journalism. We’ve heard the concerns before. The advent of the internet opened the floodgates, diluting editorial standards. The blogosphere ushered in…

    BigSuperSearch.com goes public

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    Financial search engine BigSuperSearch.com went public earlier today, with the company announcing that it would be looking into expanding the search engine’s worldwide reach.

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    Yelp yips that ads will be separate from reviews amid lawsuit threats

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    As the controversy over Yelp’s user reviews and business sponsorship continues to mount, the crowd-sourced business review website has pledged to keep user-generated content separated from the advertisements. The company…