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Washington Post Lobbying

  1. SOPA Explained: Why It’s Bad for the Web & How to #StopSOPA

    Dodd’s statement on accepting his new position as head of the movie industry’s influential lobbying arm last March makes clear just why the MPAA headhunted a Washington power player and what his marching orders were from the beginning:

  2. SearchDay | Measuring a Text Ad's Effectiveness

    Google opened up a Washington, DC office a few years back to handle the minimal lobbying it was doing. Google Learns to Navigate Washington the Hard Way Posted by Nathania Johnson Oct 20, 2008 Google is finally starting to learn that the...

  3. Google Wants Government on Its Client Roster

    Google Getting Serious About Lobbying U.S. Let us know in the comments.via Washington Post Google has opened a new office in Reston, Virginia and staffed it with sales people tasked with getting their products used in the government.

  4. Brin Can't Get Some Senate Meetings On Last-Minute DC Trip; Admits Needing Better Organization

    Back in seriousness, Gary Price has also posted a rundown on Google lobbying attempts from 2003 through 2005. Brin Finds from the Washington Post covers how being super-powerful in search doesn't equal getting congressional members to drop...

  5. Search Marketing's About People and Principles, Not Just Algorithms, Part 2

    The SEM "players" enjoy the rewards of community, such as Yahoo weather reports, Google Sitemaps, and industry cocktail parties and roundtables; but builders of Sullivan's status actually play a role in facilitating and lobbying for such rewards.