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  1. Future of Search & Content Marketing: Expand Your Mindset

    In fact, some industries sway towards a more mobile audience by nature, like pharmacies, restaurants, and financial institutions. Google, Bing, and Yahoo aren’t going away, but they will become less important in the grand scheme of content marketing.

  2. Google Under Fire Again for Providing Easy Access to Prescription Drugs

    You may remember the 2011 debacle when Google paid $500 million to avoid criminal prosecution by the Department of Justice for profiting from ads by Canadian pharmacies illegally selling prescription and non-prescription drugs.

  3. Flu Shots & Symptoms: The Winter 2013 Outbreak of PPC Spending

    Some retailers, specifically pharmacies, have been benefitting from the sickness that surrounds the wintertime with their clinics and flu shots. Pharmacies now have clinics that are meant for individuals who can't or don't want to try to get a...

  4. Google’s Human Trafficking Ad Policy Questioned

    Google was caught showing ads for illegal pharmacies and had to forfeit $500 million. In a letter to CEO Larry Page, they are requesting Google share its policy for sexually exploitative advertisements and how it ensures those policies are followed.

  5. Google Forfeiture: Government Splits $500 Million

    Five agencies that participated in the investigation of Google for distributing paid search ads for Canadian pharmacies that illegally shipping drugs into the U.S.will split $230 million of the $500 million Google forfeited to avoid prosecution by...

  6. Google’s 13th Birthday: 12 Top Stories From the Past 12 Months

    Google faced several lows – luring Bing into public fights, revealing their Facebook envy, releasing baffling algorithmic improvements, facing public humiliation in the form of mainstream news stories calling out the quality of Google’s results...

  7. Shareholder Sues Google For Aiding Illegal Drug Sales

    A Google shareholder has filed a lawsuit against Google CEO Larry Page and the entire board of directors for unspecified damages because the company allowed advertising from online pharmacies and facilitated the “illegal importation” of drugs.

  8. Google Pays $500M to Avoid DOJ Prosecution on Drug Ads

    Google was under investigation for profiting off advertising from Canadian pharmacies illegally selling prescription and non-prescription drugs. This settlement ensures that Google will reform its improper advertising practices with regard to these...