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Bing’s Top Searches of 2011

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Funny and interesting, bing has released the top searches of 2011 to the public. I’ve mentioned before how important it is to know about trends, because you’ll be able to create, develop and market products that match those trends. If ... Read More »

Cyber Monday Spending Up One Third

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Cyber Monday was up 29 percent for online retailers selling though Mercent Retail versus last year, according to the Mercent Retail eCommerce Index. Mercent is a technology company that helps retailers reach more consumers online. The Index matches prior data ... Read More »

Feds Seize Over 100 Domain Names

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Federal authorities in the U.S. have begun another crackdown of counterfeit and piracy websites. Over100 domain names have been seized by the government. The domains are part of the resurrection of Operation in Our Sites, a domain seizing operation developed ... Read More »

Job Seekers Going Mobile

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According to an infographic from Beyond.com, 77 percent of job seekers use mobile job search apps. The use of mobile phones reflects an on-going trend of consumers using mobile devices to conduct activities previously handled by their home computer. The ... Read More »

Google Lines Up Five At A Time

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Google recently changed Product Ads to include the ability to show five separate products at a time. The improvement give users more information and pricing details and lets advertisers showcase more of their inventory at the same time. Product Listing ... Read More »

Yahoo Shuts It Down

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Performance marketers and website owners who counted on Yahoo Site Explorer for backlink information will have to look elsewhere for that data. The long awaited move took place this week when Yahoo closed the service for good. The changeover to ... Read More »

Google Suspends over 500 Fraudulent Ads

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MoneyLife.com – Google finally acknowledges that when advertisers are seedy small businesses the publisher has greater responsibility in accepting such advertisements Consumer groups have been complaining for years about proliferation of fraud ads on Google — and at least one ... Read More »

Clef two-factor authentication