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Brands Cash In on 'Fried Turkey' Searches Searches for deep fryer fowl up 615% since October

Search for “fried turkey” on YouTube and you’ll see plenty of “how-to" (and, perhaps more life-savingly, “how not to”) videos. But this Thanksgiving, you’ll see more of something else: ads…

November 23, 2011, 4:55 PM EST

Pandora Beats the Street, but Shares Slip Ad revenue up 102% year over year to $66 million

Two quarters into its run as a public company, Internet radio service Pandora is showing that it knows how to build momentum, but questions about its future still weigh on…

November 23, 2011, 6:54 AM EST

Yahoo Debuts Livestand 'Living Ads' With Toyota New ads boost interaction, opinion of brands, Yahoo says

A few weeks after launching its digital magazine Livestand, Yahoo today debuted its new TV-meets-magazine-meets-online ad format, the “living ad,” with its launch partner Toyota. Hoping to give advertisers an opportunity…

November 21, 2011, 4:39 AM EST

Media All-Star: Steve Minichini President, interactive marketing, TargetCast tcm, mashed up online and offline into one planning practice

Probably best not to tell Steve Minichini something isn't possible. TargetCast tcm's president of interactive marketing has built his career on the conviction that if the best tool or the…

November 19, 2011, 3:04 PM EST

Last-Minute Shoppers Like Luxury Brands? Study compares behavior of early-bird and 11th-hour consumers

Don’t be too hard on the last minute shoppers in your life. In fact, you should probably encourage their procrastination: New data suggest last minute shoppers just might end up…

November 18, 2011, 5:50 AM EST

Subscription Shopping: Fad or the Future? Buying online has never been easier for the consumer

Lazy shoppers have never had it so good. Thanks to e-commerce, consumers have been making purchases without moving their butts for years. But a wave of new subscription startups want…

November 9, 2011, 6:25 AM EST

Google+ to Brands: 'We Were Rude' Google introduces Google+ Pages for businesses, organizations

After getting the boot from Google+ this summer, brands and businesses are allowed back on the site as of today. In a blog post this afternoon, Google introduced Google+ Pages, which…

November 7, 2011, 1:11 PM EST

Yahoo Lets Brands Get More Social Aims to make content more engaging, shareable

It’s not enough to ask consumers to talk about your brand, Yahoo says. If you want to get people really engaged, invite them to weigh in on relevant content. That’s the…

November 2, 2011, 3:33 PM EDT

Technology: Google VP of Global Marketing Lorraine Twohill How to effectively market the most ubiquitous digital brand

Let other marketing executives worry about how consumers perceive their brands. For Google’s Lorraine Twohill, it’s about inviting users to help create hers. “We’re the only company on the planet that…

October 25, 2011, 6:47 AM EDT

Google’s Ad Rank to Consider Phone Calls, Not Just Clicks Bid-per-call coming to AdWords

Google AdWords is going beyond the click. Soon, the company’s key advertising product won’t just let advertisers bid for phone calls; it will factor those calls into Ad Rank calculations. “It’s…

October 25, 2011, 5:00 AM EDT

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