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Google Will Overtake Facebook in Display Ad Sales by 2013 [Report]

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Facebook's ad sales revenue will increase $2 billion year-over-year, totaling $5.1 billion for 2012, according to a new eMarketer forecast. However, the researcher predicts Google will overtake Facebook in display ad sales by 2013. Facebook's ad sales revenue will increase $2 billion year-over-year, totaling $5.1 billion for 2012, according to a new eMarketer forecast. However, the researcher predicts Google will overtake Facebook in display ad sales by 2013. 0 Comments

Warning: Google Wallet For Business Beta is a Phishing Expedition

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If you've received an email offering you access to the Google Wallet for Business beta recently, beware: it's a phishing attempt to get your credit card information. Matt Cutts confirmed the program doesn't exist and said to report it for phishing. If you've received an email offering you access to the Google Wallet for Business beta recently, beware: it's a phishing attempt to get your credit card information. Matt Cutts confirmed the program doesn't exist and said to report it for phishing. 0 Comments

Google Offers Now Aggregating Local Deals

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Google evidently believes better targeting will turn a deals strategy previously tried - and abandoned - by Facebook into a winner. Google announced distribution relationships with 14 brands like Kgbdeals, Gilt City, Tippr, and Plum District. Google evidently believes better targeting will turn a deals strategy previously tried - and abandoned - by Facebook into a winner. Google announced distribution relationships with 14 brands like Kgbdeals, Gilt City, Tippr, and Plum District. 0 Comments

Google Offers Tests More Targeted Daily Deals

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Google is testing a segmentation feature that allows people signing up for Offers to obtain more personalized deals. People can select subcategories within five main categories: things to do, places to go, shopping, health & beauty, and services. Google is testing a segmentation feature that allows people signing up for Offers to obtain more personalized deals. People can select subcategories within five main categories: things to do, places to go, shopping, health & beauty, and services. 0 Comments