The Best Internet Marketing News for Wednesday
I’m finally in Chicago and don’t have a whole lot of time for blogging – which will give me the shakes by the end of the day!
Anyway, here’s what caught my attention today.
- Yahoo announces a major reorganization so that it can become more customer focused. Chief Operating Officer Dan Rosensweig and Yahoo Media Group chief Lloyd Braunare among those leaving.
- Search Engine Land has links to all the SES Chicago coverage.
- Google drives another nail in PayPal’s coffin with the announcement that they will process payments for free until the end of 2007!!
- ValueClick decides it too needs to get in on in-stream video advertising.
- Microsoft releases its own version of book search.
- Avenue A | Razorfish has released a study looking at how analytics can help search marketers.
- Neil Patel is also pissed that Elinor Mills took his comments about Digg and used them for evil.
- Danny Sullivan has announced the launch of Search Marketing Now (for webcasts) and will also have a new conference – Search Marketing Expo – in Seattle this June. Sign me up Danny!
- Brian Clark’s Copyblogger is named #1 in a Top 10 list of blogs for writers.
- Honestly, that’s not me getting sucked into the new Hatbait campaign, it’s just an unfortunate soul that looks like me.