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  1. Morgan Stanley Fined $5 Million Over Handling of Facebook IPO

    Facebook's share price has fallen considerably since the IPO, although in recent weeks it has seen an upturn and yesterday it closed at $26.75. Investment bank, Morgan Stanley, has been fined $5 million by the US state of Massachusetts for its role...

  2. PRWEb and PitchEngine: SEO Smart/SMO Sexy Newsmakers

    Like PRWeb, PitchEngine also allows brands to share news information quickly via an an SEO and SMO friendly platform. It’s about engaging content management for your PR and online marketing, serving up all types of content – marketing, sales...

  3. Nomenclature: The Industry Case For and Against SEO

    At our agency, the way we've been making sense of this shift is to focus on the changes in how customers discover, consume and share content," Odden said. By understanding those key customer behaviors, we can optimize and socialize content to...

  4. blinkx Seeks to Acquire MIVA for $1.20 Per Share

    Online video search engine blinkx has sent a letter to digital advertising company MIVA, seeking to acquire it for $1.20 per share. MIVA has certainly had its share of trouble of recent years. Under our proposal, blinkx would acquire all of the...

  5. Daily SearchCast, July 25, 2006: Report Says Google's Click Fraud Practices "Reasonable;" Few Opposed Proposed Google Click Fraud Settlement; Tracking Packages Via Search; Getting Real-Time Traffic

    Now, GoDaddy is allowing webmasters to sign up for a paid monthly subscription to CashParking, that would see webmasters get a share of the profits made from all clicks on the parked domain. It's a shame that Google limited participation to...

  6. Daily SearchCast, May 23, 2006: Google Removes Sites Over Hate Speech From News; Google Bug Makes Your Site Seem To Disappear; MSN Gives ODP Description Opt-Out (Hurray!) & More!

    Continues To Gain Market Share While Others Lose comScore released their latest stats on the "Share of Online Searches by Yahoo with 28.0% in April 2006, dropped 2.7 percentage points from April 2005, but remained flat from March to April 2006...