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  1. SearchDay | Content is King...IF You Promote It

    In March, he won a small claims court suit against Google's AdSense program, which cut him off without warning and without paying him what his site had earned. Expands Smart Ads Program with Tech Partnerships Posted by Nathania Johnson May 26, 2009...

  2. Google Updates AdSense Program Policies Page

    Google has made some clarifications to its AdSense Program Policies. Straight from the horses mouth (aka the Inside AdSense blog), here they are: Google AdSense Says Goodbye to YouTube Video Feature Google AdSense Releases News Widget

  3. SearchDay | Buzz Monitoring = Brand Development

    Google AdSense Allows Feed Ad Review Posted by Nathania Johnson Mar 6, 2009 Google AdSense launched a feed ad program last August. The AdSense expandable ads . But AdSense's expandable ads will increase only when clicked on.

  4. Google Unveils Adsense for Mobile Search

    Google has launched AdSense for Mobile Search. Google launched Adsense for mobile content in September of 2007. The program is available in a private beta-test only. They can generate revenue through the text link ads included in the search results.

  5. What's a Yahoo Advertiser to Do?

    While Google is making billions of dollars from its content network (AdSense) Yahoo is moving away from this idea, and concentrating all of its efforts towards Search and Display in the European Union.

  6. Google Confirms Yahoo-Google Deal on Friday the 13th

    through our AdSense program. with access to our AdSense for search and AdSense for content advertising programs on their U.S.and Canadian web properties. We're puzzled how a partial outsourcing of search ads to Google would somehow ensure its...

  7. Google Responds to FTC's Self-Regulatory Principles

    In addition, our AdSense product allows us to provide ads to visitors to the web sites of third-party publisher partners based on the content of pages visited. Google highlighted that in 2007, they paid out $4.5 billion to publishers utilizing the...