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Nothing Negative About Negative Keyword Lists

This week Google introduced an improved way for advertisers to manage negative keywords across multiple campaigns. Negative keywords, for those unfamiliar, are used to filter the words that are unrelated to the product or service being...

Google Zeitgeist 2010 Insights: How 'Bout Them Apples?

Google's annual analysis of search, Zeitgeist, has been released for 2010. Along with some unsurprising results - such as leading events of the Haiti earthquake, Chile and ... Justin Bieber - there are some interesting observations...

It’s Official (But Still Debatable) – Facebook Overtakes Google

Year-end data just released from Experian Hitwise indicates that Facebook was the most-visited website in the U.S. in 2010, surpassing longtime holder of the top spot, Google. Hitwise previously reported that Facebook’s monthly...

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Google Adds Nearby Shops to U.K. Product Search

Google has announced a new feature for online shoppers and merchants in the U.K., called Nearby Shops. The feature is already available in Google’s U.S. Product Search, and was rolled out in the U.K. on Wednesday. Consumers searching...

Google Scrambling for a Local Deals Site

Google, after Groupon famously shunned their advances -- and $6 billion -- is desperately seeking a local deals site, mostly for the local ad revenue it can provide. A New York Post insider is reporting that Google is in talks with...

Display Ad Builder from Google the Salvation of Display

Google has announced several improvements to its Display Ad Builder, a service (launched in ’08) which enables advertisers to design display ads for free. Improvements to the platform include: Bulk copying and editing: Advertisers...

Big Day for Bing: Massive Upgrades, Miniscule Gains

Microsoft’s Bing introduced a wide assortment of new search features on Wednesday, the same day that the latest report from comCast revealed slight gains by Bing for the month of November. In fact, though the overall movement...

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Search Queries Update in GWT

Google has made a noteworthy improvement to the "Search queries" and "Links to your site" features available in Webmaster tools . Once the domain of hard core SEO’s alone, anyone responsible for improving...

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Gmail to Provide Backup for Microsoft Exchange Users

Just as Microsoft’s Bing has made the search environment a little too crowded for Google’s tastes, Google is doing the same thing to Microsoft with office productivity tools. Thursday’s launch of Google Message Continuity...

Google Global for Global Advertisers

Google wants its advertisers to go global and it has made available a few incredibly interesting and valuable tools to make it happen. Google announced the launch of Google Global Market Finder (a free tool that helps advertisers find...

Who Knew Groupon Would Deny Google? We Did!

Sure, by now you've likely heard the news that Google has failed in its bid to buy Groupon. Apparently, $6 billion just wasn't enough. It's also come out that Yahoo was interested in purchasing Groupon, too. In the end...

Local Products Startup Milo Purchased by eBay

E-commerce giant eBay struck a significant deal Thursday, purchasing startup local product inventory search engine Milo.com for a reported $75 million. There has been a lot of recent attention given to the growing importance of local...

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Cost-Per-View Ads at Google with TrueView

Google anounced the release of a new video ad format dubbed TrueView Video Ads today . TrueView gives users what I would consider total control over which advertiser's message they want to see (and when). Advertisers are going...

Hey Google, Groupon is Just Not That Into You

Let's put all the Google buyout rumors aside for just a moment and focus on actual Groupon news. Then we'll dig into why Groupon will not be selling to Google. Groupon is launching two new initiatives and they are nothing short...

Moosejaw Joins Google for Local Availability

This year, 46% of retail sales will be influenced by the web – but more than 90% of total retail transactions will occur in-store, from small neighborhood boutiques to national chains according to eMarketer's Mobile Marketing...

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