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  1. Google AdWords Trademark Case Victory, AOL Revenue Tumbling And More

    The company has reported a net loss of $1.06 billion, or $9.89 per share for the second quarter. More bad search and advertising revenue news also came from News Corp's Digital Media Group, who attributed its widened fourth-quarter loss to MySpace...

  2. SearchDay | Yahoo's New Era

    Tuesday, Yahoo reported earnings for Q4 and 2008, and again search was noted as a bright spot in otherwise weak quarter. Click Fraud Increased Slightly in Q4 2008 Posted by Nathania Johnson Jan 28, 2009 Click Forensics has released click fraud data...

  3. SearchDay | A Tale of Two Links

    Yahoo Rebrands AMP as APT and Launches Posted by Nathania Johnson Sep 25, 2008 Last April, Yahoo unveiled details of a forthcoming online display advertising platform called AMP, to be released in the third quarter of 2008.

  4. SearchDay | Launch Google Freedom Now

    ChaCha experienced an 800% growth rate in the second quarter of 2008. Today, they have announced a partnership that allows people to buy advertising and access analytics to make the most of their social media campaigns.

  5. SearchDay: Oil and Water? SEOs vs. Content Owners

    The news is not good for the Time Warner owned internet company, which has already posted a loss of $230 million in the second quarter of 2008. We have been seeing a slow decline the last month or so and cannot really attribute it to any loss of...

  6. Report: Click Fraud Rises in Q2 & High-Priced Keywords Click Fraud Rate At 20.2%

    Click ForensicsÔ, LLC today released the latest industry Pay Per Click fraud figures for the second quarter 2006 from the search advertising industry? In the second quarter click fraud rose four points to 14.1 percent, compared with the Q1 results...

  7. Search Engine Marketing Articles

    The just released IAB Internet Advertising Revenue Report found that "keyword search," which apparently means spending on paid placement and probably paid inclusion listings, made up 31 percent of all internet advertising spending in the second...