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  1. SearchDay | Bribing People With $50 Gift Cards: Part Deux

    Making things worse is that UK search ad spend actually increased by 11% during the fourth quarter. Today's Top Story: SageLewis Bribing People With $50 Gift Cards: Part Deux SEW EXPERTS: PROMOTION & LINK BUILDING We asked what you might want to...

  2. Click Fraud Increased Slightly in Q4 2008

    Click Forensics has released click fraud data for the fourth quarter of 2008. The click fraud rate grew slightly year-over-year. Here are the primary findings: The overall industry average click fraud rate grew to 17.1 percent for Q4 2008.

  3. Google Beats Wall Street Estimates for Q4 2008, Despite Profit Drop

    The fourth quarter of 2007 saw a net income of $1.2 billion while Q4 2008 saw "just" $382 million. Google performed well in the fourth quarter, despite an increasingly difficult economic environment. Google announced their earnings today as planned...

  4. Online Display Ad Pricing Drops in Q4 2008

    Pubmatic has released online ad pricing data for the fourth quarter 2008. They found that ad pricing dropped in Q4, likely due to an all too unstable economy. Here's what they found: All sizes of websites (small, medium, and large) were down...

  5. SearchDay | Writing Sales Copy for Conversions

    Paid Search Spend up 12% in Q4 2008 Posted by Nathania Johnson Jan 7, 2009 Paid search spending was up 12% in the fourth quarter of 2008 compared to the same quarter in 2007, according to SearchIgnite.

  6. Paid Search Spend up 12% in Q4 2008

    Paid search spending was up 12% in the fourth quarter of 2008 compared to the same quarter in 2007, according to SearchIgnite. We've been hearing that advertising dollars were being shifted online, with the strategy accelerated by the rough economy.

  7. Retail Search Ad Spend Up 33% So Far in Q4 2008

    SearchIgnite has released data showing that the search ad spend for retailers is up 33% so far in the fourth quarter of 2008. The reason appears to be that multi-channel marketers are funneling more money to search, which has strong data on ROI.