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Apple Announces 125,000 Podcasts & iTunes Goes Wi-Fi

In addition to Steve Jobs’s numerous announcements yesterday relating to all things iPhone and iPod, the Apple CEO also dropped a couple numbers on the San Francisco crowd. 125,000 – The number of podcasts now available through iTunes. 25,000+ -… […]

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Bad SEM/PPC Advice: Keyword Insertion Creates High Quality Ads

Thinking that keywords are the only piece of PPC strategy that qualifies your audience is a thought every SEM professional should forget. Discover the downfalls of dynamic keyword insertion. […]

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Google Spies Like Us

This week Google announced its Business Referral Program, which pays people for referring businesses to Google’s local directory. Now I’ll let you explore the details of this program for yourself, but the overall concept involves paying local reps, or Google… […]

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Free gPhones for Everybody!

The kids in Mountain View (i.e.; Google) just never slow down. As if Google Base, Google Maps, Earth, Apps, Gmail, AdWords, AdSense, Blogger, YouTube, and on, and on, aren’t enough, they want in on wireless too. The FCC is looking… […]

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Can You Hear Me Podcasting Now?

A partnership between Samsung and VoiceIndigo, a mobile marketing service based in San Francisco, is bringing podcasts to mobile phones. According to a recent press release, Samsung mobile phones are already being shipped with VoiceIndigo’s mobile podcast application pre-loaded. The… […]

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The Wal-Mart of the Internet

Most every online user knows by now that Google is the most dominant search entity to date. But it seems lately being known as #1 in search isn’t enough. […]

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Google Calls ‘Shotgun’ on Auto Loans

I have an auto loan. No surprise there – many people take out loans to buy an automobile. And like most people, I can wistfully imagine the day when I no longer have an auto loan. I only hope my… […]

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Stopping for Directions? I’d Rather Search.

The age old question of why won’t men stop to ask for directions may have a new answer. No, it has nothing to do with genetics, GPS units, or just plain stubbornness. It may have something to do with text messaging. […]

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Escape from Yahoo! Advertising

Actually, you can’t do that. Now that Yahoo! has rolled out their new Mobile Sponsored Search service, they can reach out and touch you wherever you may be in the world. Or can they? Keeping Up With the Mobile Times… […]

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The Image Search Query & What it Means for SEO

Not long ago, I came upon an article that demonstrated the idea of image search queries on mobile phones – that is, performing a search using an image rather than text. With this technology, the user would actually perform a… […]

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Paying Attention to Internet Advertising Opportunities

Since I graduated from college in 1999, each of the four companies I’ve worked for has been an online business. At my first job, one of my many duties was working as an assistant to the marketing director. This was… […]

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The fools of April, May, June, and October, and…

By now, most of the online community has likely grown wise to the deliciously witty April fools joke, Google Romance. Google posted a press release, Saturday, April 1st, inviting all to view the Google Romance Tour, and learn more. Okay,… […]

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