Web search leader Google Inc. on Thursday said it was now offering U.S. mobile phone users a personalized version of the Google home page tailored to work on most recently introduced mobile phones.
He has word that Google is sending invitation codes to the first set of customers who submitted their email addresses for a Google Analytics account.
He also has a free one-hour online webinar, “How to turn Google Analytics into Pure Profit“. Tim was a guest speaker at a symposium we hosted in Raleigh, so I can attest that he knows his stuff.
ClickZ has details of a new experiment Google is conducting with ads on Google Maps.
A search on “hotels” in New York City returns an organic list of local hotels, plotted on the map with red markers and bracketed by sponsored hotel listings, plotted on the map with blue markers. The same search in other locations, such as San Francisco, doesn’t yet return the paid listings.
This is probably one of Google’s most relevant use of advertising in recent months. Very cool.
How many of you were offended with the Forbes article that labelled bloggers as an “online lynch mob spouting liberty but spewing lies, libel and invective.”
Why do we want to encourage just the complainers? Why reinforce the negative image of bloggers? Surely the sponsor SunRocket could get the same publicity by encouraging both negative AND positive comments?
I think this reflects badly on SunRocket, so, ironically, consider this my entry to the contest.
Update: Aaron adds this is just “a link scheme sold as a contest that encourages bloggers to give companies negative plublicity.”
CBS – With millions of sites floating through the blogosphere, who really has time to peek at even a fraction of them … especially if youâ€™d like to keep your job. So Blogophile reads them for you with the weekly roundup of the buzz on must-read blogs. Blogophile is written by CBSNews.com’s Melissa P. McNamara.
NBC – So for this [NBC Dateline] segment, we read through some of the postings online and enlisted the help of two companies that monitor Internet buzz (Technorati and Blogpulse) to find the most blogged-about topics on the â€˜Net this week.
Reuters has the latest Hitwise data for shopping-related web activity during December.
13% of all visites originated with eBay
11.1% Google (a 28% jump)
4.05% Yahoo Search
0.75% Amazon.com (surprised that wasn’t higher)
Thanks to David D!
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