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Note to FTC: Google Satisfies Information Needs Way More Than Shopping Needs

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Government time and money could be better used supporting the type of innovation at companies like Google – as opposed to pandering to the sour grapes of a few envious competitors who just happen to be reporting fabulous success stories themselves. Government time and money could be better used supporting the type of innovation at companies like Google – as opposed to pandering to the sour grapes of a few envious competitors who just happen to be reporting fabulous success stories themselves. 0 Comments

Google Unveils Dart to Compete with JavaScript in All Browsers

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Designed for quick prototyping and compatibility across multiple browsers and platforms, Google has introduced Dart, a new scripting language for client-side Web programming. Google hopes Dart will become a standard in every modern Web browser. Designed for quick prototyping and compatibility across multiple browsers and platforms, Google has introduced Dart, a new scripting language for client-side Web programming. Google hopes Dart will become a standard in every modern Web browser. 0 Comments

Trust is at the Core of the New Web Marketing

Search marketing, and Web marketing overall, is changing. Marketers must understand the value of trust and relationship-building to keep up. Search marketing, and Web marketing overall, is changing. Marketers must understand the value of trust and relationship-building to keep up. 0 Comments

Don't Click Here! Should You Pre-Qualify Clickers?

B-to-B advertisers often pay high click costs to reach a very small and very specific group of potential buyers. More than anyone, they need to be sure the right people are clicking on their ads. B-to-B advertisers often pay high click costs to reach a very small and very specific group of potential buyers. More than anyone, they need to be sure the right people are clicking on their ads. 0 Comments

VeriSign's New Site Finder Redirects Bad Domain Traffic

VeriSign is now resolving requests for non-existent .COM and .NET domains to an error page that features a search engine that it operates called Site Finder, a move that's quickly raised controversy. VeriSign is now resolving requests for non-existent .COM and .NET domains to an error page that features a search engine that it operates called Site Finder, a move that's quickly raised controversy. 0 Comments

Overture's Content Match Takes On Google's Contextual Ads

Overture finally unveiled its contextual ads program, called Content Match, officially this week. The program places Overture's paid listings on web pages, rather than within search results. Overture finally unveiled its contextual ads program, called Content Match, officially this week. The program places Overture's paid listings on web pages, rather than within search results. 0 Comments

Alexa Adds Webmaster Tools

Now that Alexa is built into both the major browsers, webmasters may becomeeven more aware of the information it reports about their sites. New toolsintroduced recently will help them fix incorrect information and perhaps eveninfluence the related links that appear.Alexa presents general contact information about a site that's drawn from theInterNIC database. In particular, Alexa will show the name, address and phone number of the personor company which owns a particular domain Now that Alexa is built into both the major browsers, webmasters may becomeeven more aware of the information it reports about their sites. New toolsintroduced recently will help them fix incorrect information and perhaps eveninfluence the related links that appear.Alexa presents general contact information about a site that's drawn from theInterNIC database. In particular, Alexa will show the name, address and phone number of the personor company which owns a particular domain 0 Comments

Northern Light Offers New Billing Service

Northern Light introduced its new Enterprise Account Service on March 30. The service allows businesses and organizations to be billed on a monthly basis for accessing pay-per-view documents from within Northern Light's Special Collections area. Northern Light introduced its new Enterprise Account Service on March 30. The service allows businesses and organizations to be billed on a monthly basis for accessing pay-per-view documents from within Northern Light's Special Collections area. 0 Comments