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Cashing Out: Week of January 8th – 14th 2012 in Online Marketing News

Google integrates Google+ into search

Google unleashed a major update to its core search engine this week – one that angered Twitter, had marketers concerned for their SEO, and finally put the importance of Google + into perspective.

January …

Cashing Out: Week of January 1st – 7th 2012 in Online Marketing News

Among Google’s new IBM patents, “semantic social network” stands out 

A January 3 article from SEO by the Sea reported that Google started off the new year with 217 new patents acquired through IBM.

Google has since confirmed the …

Tradedoubler Launches The Zoo Project, UK’s First Affiliate Marketing Incubator

Zoo Project

Tradedoubler, the largest UK performance marketing network, announced the launch of the first UK incubator focused on entrepreneurial affiliate marketing companies. The Zoo Project  will provide £1 million of business resources and industry mentoring services for up to 20 …

Cashing Out: Week of May 29 – June 4 2011 in Online Marketing News

Twitter follows third party developers into photosharing

Twitter announced June 1 in a blog post that it is launching its own photosharing service, in partnership with Photobucket. The feature allows users to upload images, hosted on Photobucket, and attach …

Cashing Out: Week of May 22 – 28 2011 in Online Marketing News

PayPal sues Google and former employees over theft of trade secrets

On May 26, Google unveiled its new mobile payment service, Google Wallet, and it only took a few hours for the public announcement to backfire.

In direct …

Cashing Out: Week of April 10-16th 2011 in Online Marketing News

Senators announce Commercial Privacy Bill of Rights

High-profile Senators John Kerry and John McCain proposed a bill April 12 in the Senate to deal with what has been an ongoing concern of the Obama administration.

The Commercial Privacy Bill …

Cashing Out: Week of March 27th – April 2nd 2011 in Online Marketing News

Microsoft goes after Google with antitrust suit

How’s this for a case of the pot calling the kettle black? On March 28, Microsoft filed a formal complaint with the European Commission against Google, over antitrust issues. The complaint reflects …

Cashing Out: Week of March 20th-26th 2011 in Online Marketing News

 

Deals industry revenue expected to reach $2.7 billion this year, study says

Three years ago, you might have never heard of group buying or daily deals sites, but chances are you have by now, that is, unless you’ve …

Cashing Out: Week of March 13th – 19th 2011 in Online Marketing News

Kevin Rose Leaves Digg

Maybe it was the missed $200 million sale, maybe it was the internal turmoil, maybe after nearly 7 years it was simply time for something new. Whatever the reason Kevin Rose has left Digg