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  1. Seeing the Colossal Increase at Yahoo Sites in comScore’s U.S. Online Video Rankings

    In February 2012, Google sites, driven primarily by video viewing at YouTube.com, ranked as the top online video content property with 147.4 million unique viewers, followed by Yahoo sites with 60.9 million, VEVO with 52 million, Facebook.com with...

  2. 10 Reasons Why You Can't Miss #SESNY

    Get the connection by attending the Crossing The Digital Divide session. Unconferenced and open mic, this is the chance for any attendee to voice their opinion on the JCPenney issue and all matters both black and white hat.

  3. Bing Social Recommends Twitterers; Paid Search Roundup; Google Transparency Report & More Search News

    CBS Pulls Digital Spend From AOL and MSN - ClickZ Consumer watchdogs Progressive Change Campaign Committee, have bought ads through Google's own content network and on competitor Facebook, which redirect to an open letter to Google founders Sergey...

  4. Hot Topics, Odd Stories at SES San Francisco and ClickZ Connected Marketing Week

    Dean McBeth (@evilspinmeister), Community Manager | Digital Strategist + W+K (on Old Spice), will discuss The Command Center behind the Fighter Pilots - How Old Spice went viral. Brad Alesi (@bradalesi), Digital Strategist, The Marketing Arm, and...

  5. Search Marketers' Wish Lists

    Microsoft Signs WSJ Digital for Contextual and Search Ads, ClickZ News Debra Mastaler, link building specialist at Alliance-Link It would be most helpful if a major search engine would become more deeply involved in contributing functionality to...

  6. Daily SearchCast, Nov. 22, 2005: Google & Library Of Congress Team On World Digital Library; Google Growth & Growth Issues; Yahoo Gains Famed AltaVista Alumnus Broder; Search Gains In Popularity

    World Digital Library project to digitize important works from around the world, the rival and preexisting Open Content Alliance backed by Yahoo, MSN and the Birth Of the Open Content Alliance, The "Un-Google" Project