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Google Web Designer Beta Launches for Advertisers

Google Web Designer

Google has announced the launch of the Google Web Designer, which was released as a public beta. The free tool enables advertisers to create HTML 5 advertisements and comes with default layouts for DoubleClick rich media ads and AdMob mobile ads. Google has announced the launch of the Google Web Designer, which was released as a public beta. The free tool enables advertisers to create HTML 5 advertisements and comes with default layouts for DoubleClick rich media ads and AdMob mobile ads. 0 Comments

5 Black Hat Attack Vulnerabilities & Defensive Strategies

blackhat-2011

As SEOs, we’re often asked to use services that are inherently unsafe and easily compromised. Get educated on five of the latest attacks so you can properly advise and protect your clients from lost rankings, data compromises, or privacy violations. As SEOs, we’re often asked to use services that are inherently unsafe and easily compromised. Get educated on five of the latest attacks so you can properly advise and protect your clients from lost rankings, data compromises, or privacy violations. 0 Comments

Bing Tests New Home Page "Live Tiles" Design, PPC Ads in Organic Results

Bing PPC Ads in Organic Search Results Test

A couple noteworthy new tests from Bing have been spotted in recent days. One is a redesigned home page similar to Bing’s iPad app that features live tiles. The other has Bing integrating paid search ads with the organic search results. A couple noteworthy new tests from Bing have been spotted in recent days. One is a redesigned home page similar to Bing’s iPad app that features live tiles. The other has Bing integrating paid search ads with the organic search results. 0 Comments

Google Evolutions: Clouds, Waves, and Shiny Metal

Google's Chrome OS is getting quite a bit of hype this week. But this time it may be at least partially deserved, though it's more evolutionary than revolutionary. Google's Chrome OS is getting quite a bit of hype this week. But this time it may be at least partially deserved, though it's more evolutionary than revolutionary. 0 Comments