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  1. March Madness = Search and AdWords Madness?

    Interestingly so, CPC distribution was higher in Canada and Germany than it was in the United States and the trend shows a drastic upsurge in a fairly obvious month. Domain Adwords history for ncaa.com show that March is one of the only months that...

  2. How Buzzman Rewrote the Rules of Fiction to Create Relevant Video Content

    Buzzman used the same process of running focus groups, but expanded from France and the UK to Germany, Spain and Italy and asked audiences "if you could put any date in history, where would you go? Key points in the history of the internet were...

  3. Facebook Exchange: Real-Time Ad Bidding & Retargeting Set to Launch Soon

    By 2015, we estimate that at least one-fifth of all display advertising sales revenue in the United States, the United Kingdom, Germany, and France will be based on RTB transactions. It allows marketers to display specific types of ads to users who...

  4. Google Doodle Remembers Hungarian Revolution

    Similar to how the recent revolution in Egypt spawned movements in other African and Middle Eastern nations, the Kingdom of Hungary revolution of 1848 gave birth to other uprisings of the Habsburg Austrian Empire including Austria, Germany, and...

  5. The Revolution Will Be Streamed -- Operation Payback: Protest or War?

    Though in Twitter's case, it was saved because it's the only communication device -- much like you wouldn't take down your underground radio station in World War II Germany. When in history, could you be writing an article as it happens, peek into...

  6. Search Headlines & Links: June 14, 2006

    Google Groups Posts Removed in Germany, Google Blogoscoped History Effect and Split Testing, iMedia Connection Daily SearchCast, June 14, 2006: MySpace To Auction Search Traffic; Google Picasa Gets Photo Sharing; NY State Says Shame On Google Video...

  7. Google Makes Digitized Archive of Interviews with TV Legends Available Online

    Postscript: Philipp let me know via email that this new content is not visible in Germany. Some pretty cool stuff (assuming you're interested in television history). Google is beginning to digitize an archive of interviews of key people in tv history.