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  1. Susan Wojcicki Replaces Salar Kamangar as Head of YouTube

    Susan Wojcicki will replace Salar Kamangar as the head of YouTube. They reported, "Google is likely to tap longtime ad products head Susan Wojcicki as the new head of YouTube, according to two people briefed on the discussions, a surprising move...

  2. Google Hummingbird Takes Flight: Biggest Change to Search Since Caffeine

    He spoke at a special press event today in the garage that Susan Wojcicki rented to Larry Page and Sergey Brin when they started Google in Menlo Park, California, Google quietly made a huge change to its core search technology in the past month...

  3. SES San Francisco Digital Swag: Bing Ads Insights, Marketing E-Books & More

    Developing a Framework for Social Measurement, a webinar from Webtrends with Susan Etlinger, author of "The Social Media ROI Cookbook". Attendees at SES San Francisco 2013 had the opportunity to snap up books, shirts, bags and other assorted...

  4. Google Active View Format Gets Accreditation

    Google’s Active View viewability measurement solution has been given the nod from the Media Rating Council. Active View, introduced in 2012, lets advertisers reserve inventory on the Google Display Network and pay only for those that meet the...

  5. Google Reports Surge in Government Takedown Requests

    As we've gathered and released more data over time, it's become increasingly clear that the scope of government attempts to censor content on Google services has grown," wrote Google legal director Susan Infantino in a blog post.

  6. The Search Agency Launches Local Search Campaign Management Platform

    The Search Agency has launched an automated alternative that lets search resellers get better results for small businesses doing local search – and make more money doing so. Introduced today, AdMax Local is a fully automated platform that enables...

  7. Yahoo Year in Review 2012: Election, iPhone 5 & Kim Kardashian

    Susan G. For the 12th straight year, Yahoo has announced their annual year in review. Since 2001, Yahoo has compiled lists of the top search queries entered into the search box in an attempt to determine the year's top stories, fads, and celebrities.