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  1. U.S. Hotel Industry Could Be Losing $1.9 Billion From Branded Search Terms

    Again, in my own investigation I came across many landing pages that made suggestions for similar price range hotels and even used AdSense ads to direct traffic elsewhere and again, effectively draw revenue from the hotel's reputation.

  2. SearchDay | Buzz Monitoring = Brand Development

    Google AdSense Allows Feed Ad Review Posted by Nathania Johnson Mar 6, 2009 Google AdSense launched a feed ad program last August. Google AdSense Offers Expandable, Rich Media Ads Posted by Nathania Johnson Mar 6, 2009 Google AdSense is introducing...

  3. Replicating the Web: Will Google Dominate Mobile Search?

    This is an extension of its existing AdSense for Mobile program, and is no surprise. Before Google was a search behemoth with 63 percent U.S.market share, it built itself up by distributing its search box and text ads with the millions of publisher...

  4. What's a Yahoo Advertiser to Do?

    While Google is making billions of dollars from its content network (AdSense) Yahoo is moving away from this idea, and concentrating all of its efforts towards Search and Display in the European Union.

  5. SearchDay | President 2.0

    Irrelevant keywords driving traffic to my site Nov 14, 2008 Sometime back we built out a few pages targeting few keywords that were not really relevant to our site but just aimed at google adsense and income from it.

  6. Google Confirms Yahoo-Google Deal on Friday the 13th

    through our AdSense program. with access to our AdSense for search and AdSense for content advertising programs on their U.S.and Canadian web properties. We think this deal extends these benefits -- it's good for users, advertisers and publishers...

  7. Inside AdWords and Contextual Advertising: The Tipping Point

    Web site owners of all sizes flocked to the new Google AdSense program. Newspaper groups were among the first Web sites to test the new ad network when Google announced AdSense. Rather than view AdSense as a way to earn a few percentage points of...