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  1. 7 Stages of “Do Not Track” Grief: A Survival Guide for Analysts & Online Marketers

    Depression, Reflection, and Loneliness We will all feel the pain of losing a percentage of data, which is a feeling not so foreign to the industry in recent months. In recent days, Google has also unveiled new Chrome features for Do Not Track.

  2. News Blogs Are Becoming the New Online Newspapers

    And it has to do this at a time when economists are trying to draw the line between a recession and a depression. More than a third of Americans said they got most of their campaign news from the Internet in 2008 -- triple the percentage in...

  3. SearchDay | Focus on Conversions

    Economic Depression 2.0 BRAND EQUITY Using some past economic low times as historical guides, what can the online world expect in the coming months? Yes, online marketing could reach the highest percentage of marketing spend sooner than any of us...

  4. SearchDay | Charity Events: Search With a Cause

    Economic Depression 2.0 BRAND EQUITY Using some past economic low times as historical guides, what can the online world expect in the coming months? Yes, online marketing could reach the highest percentage of marketing spend sooner than any of us...

  5. SearchDay | Economic Depression 2.0

    Economic Depression 2.0 BRAND EQUITY Using some past economic low times as historical guides, what can the online world expect in the coming months? Yes, online marketing could reach the highest percentage of marketing spend sooner than any of us...

  6. Economic Depression 2.0

    The medium is trackable to a hard ROI, so companies often shift a higher percentage of their total spend to online. Yes, online marketing could become the highest percentage of marketing spend sooner than any of us imagined.

  7. SEW Experts: Economic Depression 2.0

    In today's building brand equity column, "Economic Depression 2.0," Erik Qualman notes that one likely outcome is a permanent shift from traditional channels to online marketing. Yes, online marketing could reach the highest percentage of marketing...

  8. Print Journalists Optimistic...Or Not

    While 2.3 million "voters" responded to the survey, the magazine's subscribers were more affluent than the national average – they could afford to subscribe to a literary magazine in the middle of The Great Depression.

  9. How Search Will Save Online Advertising... Again!

    In the history of recession, depression, and overall lags in the ad business, which type of advertising usually benefits? The September 3rd, 2007 report from Oppenheimer pulled together some data from the IAB and AdAge to estimate total search...