Google launches adsense video ads. Beta programme now available to adsense publishers.
Google’s market share drops for the first time in two years, but it remains the dominant force in US online marketing.
Yahoo! say no to Microsoft offer. Yahoo! decide that the bid from the US giant undervalues the company and reject the approach. What next in the battle against Google?
Click Forensics release new research that indicates a 15% rise in ppc click fraud during 2007. What does this mean for PPC advertisers?
ClickForensics research shows that ppc click fraud rates hit 16.2% in Q3 in 2007. What does this mean for the industry and why are the rates so high?
Google increases its market share in the US. As the search engine giant increases its grip on search engine marketing, what can Yahoo, MSN and the remaining competition do?
An interesting survey finds that business in the UK are reluctant to invest in search engine marketing, despite the fact that 76% of those that do see positive results on sales.
Yahoo posts some encouraging financial data. Whilst it is still a very long way behind Google, there are signs that the Panama platform have helped the company’s fortunes.
A look at the growth of search engine marketing in the US. MarketingSherpa releases the latest edition of its Search Engine Marketing Guide.
Google responds to accusations of PPC click fraud. What are Google doing about click fraud?
Google has been accused of misleading web users by failing to distinguish between organic search results and sponsored links generated by the search engine.
Ebay resumes ad on Google Adwords, albeit at a lower level. Does Ebay need Adwords and how much does Google earn from the PPC ads? What does the future hold for this relationship?