WM Link Roundup: 11-07-07
- Why Google launched OpenSocial: Today's announcement from Facebook is the reason why Google announced OpenSocial last week.
- Facebook unveils ad targeting program: Facebook has begun transforming itself from an online hangout into an online business district.
- How will OpenID change your site?: OpenID promises a lot — just one username and password for life — but can it deliver?
- Five Common Paid Search Mistakes That Can Sink Your Campaign: While learning how to effectively manage a paid search advertising campaign can take quite a bit of time, there are plenty of quick and easy ways to increase your chances at success.
- The power of the Web with Opera Mini 4: We've done a lot with this new Opera Mini. For example, we rewrote the entire code for Opera Mini 4 and added lots of improvements and new features to make the browser even better.
- Seasonal PPC Increases on the Shopping Engines: It’s that time of year again. Many of the shopping engines have raised their cost per click (CPC) rates for the holidays.
- Freeloaders Outnumber Paying Downloaders of Radiohead's 'In Rainbows': During the first 29 days of October, 1.2 million people worldwide visited the "In Rainbows" site, with a significant percentage of visitors ultimately downloading the album, according to comScore.
- Windows Live emerges from beta: After a trickle of updates and "betas" bearing the Windows Live moniker, Microsoft Corp. is ready to start promoting its official package of free desktop programs for e-mail, instant messaging, blogging and sharing photos.
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