Saturday, June 27, 2009

Glam Media Hints At Monetizing Twitter

According to two articles on TC, after which I am still looking for real deal, Glam Media says it is going to make money with Twitter. Or at least make it easier for advertisers to reach real time surf crowd.
This must be music to Twitter folks or is it?
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Friday, June 26, 2009

New Ad Technologies And Award Hunters

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Cannes Lions 2009
Agency: Jung von Matt, Hamburg
Country: Germany
Category: Public awareness messages
Awards: Cannes Lions 2009 Outdoor Silver
Type of Entry: Ambient
Category: Ambient: Digital Outdoor

Entrant Company: JUNG von MATT Hamburg, GERMANY
Advertising Agency: JUNG von MATT Hamburg, GERMANY
Creative Credits
Executive Creative Director: Wolfgang Schneider/Mathias Stiller
Creative Director: David Mously/Jan Harbeck
Copywriter: Nicolas Linde
Account Supervisor: Frank Lotze/Ilan Schaefer/Ina Neumann/Melanie Ebensperger/Simone Buchcik
Art Buyer: Marjorie Jorrot
Art Director: Duc Nguyen
Photographer: Dirk Heinrich
Other Credits: Agency Producer: S. Hannemann/Media Agency: Wall Ag/Final Artwork: C. Von Bartkowski
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Thursday, June 25, 2009

AdSense for Mobile Applications beta Is On The Move

Google AdSense has announced the beta launch of AdSense for Mobile Applications. With this service, people will be able to take their product advertisements to the ever expanding mobile user base with smartphones.
AdSense for Mobile Applications allows developers to earn revenue by displaying text and image ads in their iPhone and Android applications. Specially for the beta launch, Google has created a site where developers can learn more about the AdSense for Mobile Applications program.

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Tuesday, June 2, 2009

Power Up Local Business With Google "The Local Business Center dashboard"

If you are in business, local or otherwise, and if you think that your local business will make a big difference in your income, google have come to your aid. Thanks to Local Business Center from Google, Google Maps and Google Search, you might also be able to get a lot of online traffic through your business listing.

It is not hard as it seems, Go to Local Business Center: | Create a Local Business Center listing. This will certainly help clients find your business on Google and Google Maps. Once that is happening you can tap into the Google Analytics and power of Google's data to learn where your customers come from and what they search for to find you.

Official Google Blog: The Local Business Center dashboard opens its doors

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