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Google Boasts of Biggest Index

Search giant Google fired a shot across competitors' bows...

Cross-Media Consumers Emotionally Attached to Sites

If you love your New York Times, you're likely...

Study: 19% of Opt-In E-Mail is Blocked

The false positive problem is growing, with 18.7 percent...

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Microsoft Anti-Spam Proposal in Merger Talks

Microsoft is in talks to merge its e-mail authentication scheme, Caller ID for E-Mail, with another plan, SPF, which stands for sender policy framework, ClickZ News has learned. Both standards are aimed at adding...

Amazon Adds Search to E-Commerce

Amazon.com's A9 division is beta testing its own search portal at A9.com, a move that places a new player in the search game and begins to explore the boundaries of personalization. The site,...

Yahoo! to Acquire Kelkoo for $579M

Portal giant Yahoo! is shelling out $579 million in cash to buy European comparison shopping site Kelkoo and establish a firmer foothold in the region. Kelkoo has operations in nine countries, works with...

Study: 19% of Opt-In E-Mail is Blocked

The false positive problem is growing, with 18.7 percent of opt-in e-mail now blocked by major ISPs, according to a study by Return Path. The e-mail deliverability company analyzed 30,000 campaigns sent by more...

Google Boasts of Biggest Index

Search giant Google fired a shot across competitors' bows Tuesday by boasting of a 6-billion-item index, featuring more Web pages, images, and book-related information. Google's "ours is bigger" boast is likely to touch off...

Cross-Media Consumers Emotionally Attached to Sites

If you love your New York Times, you're likely to love NYTimes.com too, a new Online Publishers Association (OPA) study finds. The research, conducted by Frank N. Magid Associates, looked at the behavior and attitudes...

Google AdWords’ Chinese Menu

Google expanded its AdWords paid search listings this week by unveiling a Chinese language interface and new payment options. Chinese-speaking advertisers can now buy and manage their AdWords campaigns both in traditional and simplified Chinese...

aQuantive Adds to Tech Arsenal

Online advertising firm aQuantive boosted its investment in its Atlas DMT technology division this week, acquiring usability tech player NetConversions for $4.5 million in cash. Seattle-based aQuantive also agreed to pay up to...

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