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Daily Online Profits News – Issue #370

August 5, 2010 by · Leave a Comment 

Did Google Just Sellout Over Net Neutrality? Update: No!
Andy Beal says:

What a difference four years make in theNet Neutralitywar.

June 7th 2006

Google believes that forcing people and companies to get permission from, and pay special fees to, the phone and cable companies to connect with one another online is fundamentally counter to the freedom and innovation that have defined the Internet.

August 4, 2010

Google and Verizon, two leading players in Internet service and

Brightroll’s Video Ad Exchange Takes Cue from Data Driven Display says:


Company aims to bring behavioral capabilites of display ads to the video space.
Does your org have a Facebook Page comment escalation flow-chart?
John Haydon says:

4668895145 489a453616 Does your org have a Facebook Page comment escalation flow chart?

How Can You Learn Marketing From The Grateful Dead?
Lee Odden says:

Sometimes we learn best about doing things in new and innovative ways by understanding them in terms of something we already know. Stories provide useful context and perspective and that’s exactly what David Meerman Scott has done with his latest book that’s just been announced: “Marketing Lessons from the Grateful Dead: What Every Business Can Learn from the Most Iconic Band in

Pilgrim’s Picks for August 5
Andy Beal says:

We are one day away from the start of the weekend!

While you’re making plans, enjoy these Picks:

Cloud Computing & Cloud Hosting by Rackspace

Funding Fuels Tudou’s Branded Original Video Plans says:


China’s video sharing platform plans revenue model based on branded original content.
Social Media Should Be a Corporate No-Brainer But….
Mark Evans says:

For those of us drinking the Kool-Aid, it seems like a no-brainer for companies to embrace social media as a new and different to communicate, market and sell. The number of people using social media and the benefits of getting on the bandwagon appear to be so obvious, any reluctance to at put a toe in the water is puzzling.

How Much Should You Spend On SEO?
Jennifer Horowitz says:

It’s a tough question, especially in a bad economy.

The question really begs another question –what is your goal for your site?

If you are operating it as a real business where you hope to either supplement your current income or rely on it as your sole source of income – then you need to be prepared to invest in search (it’s often the foundation of your marketing and a consi

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