Using Google Image Search for its online marketing efforts, Adverblog has the details.
ClickZ looks at the future bloggers…teenagers.
Nineteen percent of online teens create blogs while 38 percent read them, a new report from the Pew Internet & American Life Project finds.
According to the report, 62% of teens only read blogs of friends and family-members, preferring not to “talk to strangers”.
The most active segment among teenage bloggers is girls age 15 to 17. One quarter of online girls in that age group blog, compared to 15 percent of online boys of the same age.
That could suggest that we may see more of a balance among male and female bloggers in the future (most bloggers are male, although Girls Blog Too) or it could simply be that teenage girls – who are more likely to keep a diary – are simply taking their thoughts online.
Aside from being far more interactive (click and drag!), there are some major differences we think you’ll like.
* Multi-point driving directions. Get yourself from point A to B and on to C all in one map.
* Integrated Yahoo! Local. Includes our local search, a browseable interface, easy access to business ratings, reviews, and events.
* The new overview map (in the upper-right hand corner) helps you get your bearings. The little grey box representing your big map is even drag-able. Use it to move around rapidly without losing context.
Over at Search Engine Journal, Loren takes a close look at recently filed patents from Google.
Google has applied for a patent, termed Personalization of placed content ordering in search results, to serve organic search results based on user profiles. Google has also applied for a similar behavioral targeting patent for its advertising network, but this seems to be a first from Google with plans to integrate user profiling into natural search results.
By Ben Wills
As with any successful project, clear definitions of the overall strategy and the tactics necessary to achieve that strategy are essential. Given the nature of pay-per-click search marketing (i.e.: ideally you would put a dollar in, and get two dollars out) and how easily your ad spend can escalate out of control, clear strategies and tactics will become the impetus of your search marketing campaign.
Before I go any further, it would be prudent to digress in order to define the linguistic distinction between strategies and tactics, and how they will be applied throughout this article. I feel that this distinction could, obviously, be used outside of pay-per-click, and I encourage readers to reflect on other ways that this distinction may be applied throughout perceptions in their organization.
AD:TECH NYC is next week and the Fortune Interactive team will be there to showcase our search and blog marketing services. We’ll be providing a demo of SEMLogic and giving away a FREE CRUISE to one lucky winner!
Stop by our booth and pick up a Fortune (Interactive) Cookie. If your cookie contains the message “Free Cruise Entry” simply make your way back to our booth (#1804) on Tuesday at 3pm. We’ll be giving away a free cruise for two (which includes food, drinks, gratuities etc), to one lucky AD:TECH attendee.
You can read more details in our press release just issued. I’ll be at the booth, so please stop by and say “hi”.
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