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Daily Online Profits News – Issue #300

May 25, 2010 by · Leave a Comment 

FTC Makes Difficult Decision to Clear Google-AdMob Deal
Frank Reed says:



In what was deemed a ‘difficult decision’ the FTC has let Google clear the regulatory hurdle needed to OK the purchase of AdMob. One of the unlikely thank you notes that Google can send out in getting this decision is to Apple since the FTC their acquisition of Quattro Wireless and the introduction of iAd as two factors that exhibited sufficient competition to Google in this space.

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Social Media Changes Event Planning
Jay Baer says:

It used to be you spent five minutes registering for an event, and then showed up on the big day, went to a few workshops, drank two free Coronas, and went home.

Social media changes all of that, enabling events and their planners to have long-term, nuanced, shifting interactions with attendees.

I gave a speech last week in suburban Cincinnati to theMid-American chapter of Meeting Planners Internati


How-To-Use-AdWords-Ad-Scheduling
Adrian Key says: You probably already know this, but running an AdWords campaign 24 x 7 x 365 is expensive. But, wouldn’t it be amazing if you could have your ads appear only when your prospects are most likely to buy? AdWords Ad Scheduling allows you to do exactly that!
Twitter to Not Allow Any Third Party In-stream Ads
Frank Reed says:



Twitter took a big step toward claiming their territory (which, after all, they created) regarding what advertising will or will not appear in the Twitter stream. The short answer is that no third party ads will appear there so the Promoted Tweets program introduced by Twitter will be the sole provider of advertising.

This is potentially bad news for several companies including Ad.ly and Twad.ly wh

Keyword Research Basics For SEO
Dave Davies says:

I’ve said it before and I’ll say it again … there is no more important step in the SEO process than keyword research. One could make a compelling argument for link building or for architecture or for copywriting but at the end of the day – ranking highly for keywords that either don’t convert or which you close up shop waiting to rank for isn’t going to help too terribly much so in my


Content-for-Profits-Confessions-of-an-Article-Marketer
Paul McCarthy says: Held within are 6 key traffic generating strategies that will take your article marketing above and beyond your competition. These are simple strategies that you can apply to multiply the return on your article marketing campaigns.

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