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By Hoare, Michael Ad networks are hard to define properly and those promoting them have muddied the waters with confusing jargon. It's no wonder that marketers are confused and wondering how best to allocate adspend.
By Anonymous As Gooqle celebrates its 10th anniversary this month, what is the main marketing challenge you face? Measurability.
Vidsense, the Web's largest video ad network, announces an online initiative that puts the legendary stars of television and film to work on behalf of non-profit organizations across America. "Non-profits are the true social networks," says Vidsense CEO Jaffer Ali.
By Blyth, Alex Google's entrance into the affiliate marketing space is set to shake up the sector. Alex Blyth examines the potential impact of the search giant's latest move.
By Anonymous Google released its Knol product to the public in late July, after months of beta testing. The project is a site that hosts many knols (units of knowledge) written by "topic experts" about a variety of subjects.
Vidsense, the Web's largest video ad network, has produced a special video presentation (http://ads.vidsense.com/r/212/l/qg72s1) that shows social networks how to add tangible value to their sites and transform their impressive reach into real dollars.
By Joe Nocera A few days ago, a lawyer representing an entrepreneur called Dan Savage sent the U.S. Department of Justice a nine-page, 4,000-word letter.
"In a word, Vidsense delivers." That's how Tom Cunniff, VP Director of Interactive Communications for Combe Incorporated, summarized the results of a recent online promotion for Just for Men's Touch of Gray.
By Walmsley, Andrew The story of David and Goliath has attracted people over the generations, for its tale of hope for the small guy, triumph in adversity, overcoming the odds.
By GILES TURNBULL Google has launched Knol (www.knol.google.com), a new service aimed at people who want to share what they know. It's a bit like writing a new encyclopedia, except that anyone can chip in. And yes, it's a bit like www.wikipedia.com, but with more control.
- Having a loud voice; vociferous; clamorous.
- Of grand or imposing sound.