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  1. Google Shopping Weapons Ban Has Gun Enthusiasts Up In Arms

    Why does Google feel the need to tell people they cannot shop online for legal items? Google last made changes to their AdWords policy for weapons in January 2012, when they banned those weapons classified as restricted, citing legal reasons for...

  2. Amber MacArthur To Share Social Media Tips at SES Toronto 2011

    In the release, MacArthur said, "I'm honored to be invited to present the SES Toronto opening keynote where I'll be talking about ideas from my book 'Power Friending' and how marketers can use social media to build community and customer loyalty...

  3. Prostitutes Using Facebook For Marketing

    Craigslist was once used as a place for sex workers to advertisers until a number of state Attorney Generals pressured them to handover information of advertisers and eventually the online classified site dropped their Erotic Services listings.

  4. How Much Will Google Bank On U.S. Real Estate Market Recovery?

    On the one hand, Experian Hitwise's latest report shows a 32 percent year-on-year rise in online searches for real estate and, logically enough, online mortgage searches soared a hefty 43 percent in the first quarter compared to the same period a...

  5. Living Stories is Google's Way of Telling Murdoch to 'Buzz Off'

    Should publishers charge for news online? The idea behind Living Stories is to experiment with a different format for presenting news coverage online. Launched while I was at SES Chicago earlier this week, it is an experiment in presenting news in...

  6. Twitter and Local Search: A Status Update

    The online media world today is mostly divided between those who "get" Twitter and those who don't. Search was born on the heels of other online media, such as email and content portals. It could be editorial content, a video ad, a user review...

  7. Newspapers Bleed Red Ink: Death by Internet

    Advertisers have vastly more choices online than on paper, so newspaper Web sites win only a fraction of the advertising that goes digital, and it pays much less than advertising in print. That doesn't mean Google isn't a direct competitor to print...