It’s a pretty slow news day. I guess the companies that normally make the news headlines are all getting drunk at SXSW–maybe that will make for some headlines.
Instead of fluffing up today’s news, I’ll keep them in today’s Picks. That way, you’ll always feel secure, knowing that we only write about news that really makes a difference to your (marketing) life.
- Remember Hulu? Well the News Corp/NBC video service launches Wednesday.
- Those digital magazines your read? The ones that look like an actual page turning in your browser. Yeah, you’re reading their ads more than the paper versions.
- Visual interface search engine SearchMe is launching a private beta today. If it were a full launch, we’d tell you more about it.
- Google will hold a developer event this May.
- Google must really need more clicks, because they’ve become more aggressive in their AdSense for content promotion.
- Greg Jarboe has good summary of the Branding & Reputation Management panel we did at SES London.
- E-consultancy has free "briefings" from London SES on Paid Search, Measurement & Analytics, and Affiliate Marketing.
- Lastly, Rob Williams has launched 170Spoons which he says is full of "technology tips written by a non-techie."