Pilgrim’s Picks for March 11
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."