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Daily Online Profits News – Issue #236

March 23, 2010 by · Leave a Comment 

Why Does Hitwise Want Facebook to Kill Google?
Jordan McCollum says:



Hitwise has been blogging its stats for over a month showing Facebook beating Google in all kinds of ways. At the beginning of February, they said thatFacebook sent more downstream traffic to news sites than Google News. Last week, they had two such stories:Facebook eclipsed Google in terms of trafficandloyalty to those downstream news sites.

But a closer look showed that the traffic numbers looked

10-Tactical-Online-Marketing-Techniques
Dee Adams says: Internet Marketing has many different aspects, and the techniques you use may influence your product sales greatly. Here are 10 Tactical Online Marketing Techniques that will help you increase your web site traffic and sales.
To Get Clients, You Need To Pull, Not Push
Jennifer Davey says:

In marketing, there are two main categories: Push Marketing, and Pull Marketing.

Push Marketing, also known as “interruption marketing,” is basically when you force your marketing message upon potential clients when they’re in the middle of doing something such as driving a car, surfing the web, or just spending time with friends or family. While they’re doing something else


YouTube Rentals for All
Jordan McCollum says:



YouTubeexperimented with renting videoson its site during the Sundance Film Festival in January. In the ten-day test, reports said theynetted about $10,000from the four films.

Apparently that was enough to impress YouTube. Recently they opened the rental program to many publishers. Barry Schwartz blogs at Search Engine Roundtable that he found an“Enable Rental” option in his accountthe

How-To-Succeed-at-Local-Internet-Marketing
Jesse Kanclerz says: A list of detailed instructions that you can start implementing right away to get found by local customers searching online for your particular products or services.
Thinking Ahead Is Key To Business Success
James Davis says:

The fourth annualWe Media Conferencehosted at the University of Miami offered a peek into the future of media. The common thread from Tuesday’s mind-meld was not the same old “newspapers are dead” theme that so many of these conferences run into the ground. Instead, the focus was on the changing media landscape — an evolution that ultimately leads to a completely social and

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