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Daily Online Profits News – Issue #70

October 6, 2009 by · Leave a Comment 

Google to Apple: Can You Hear Me Now?
Andy Beal says:

Google’s Android phone technology is going where no iPhone has gone before–to the Verizon network.

The two companies haveannounceda strategic partnership that will see more Android phones coming to market–some within the next few weeks.

Integral to this agreement is a commitment by the companies to devote substantial resources to accelerate delivery of leading-edge innovation that

British Band Finds Viral Success with “Greatest Hits of YouTube” Video says:

This YouTube video was doing the rounds last week, and was initially brought to my attention via Twitter. Essentially it’s just a montage of “the funniest” videos from around YouTube, but it has attracted almost 2.2 million views since it was posted on September 13th — 700,000 more than when I first viewed it on Thursday.

What interested me, however, is the fact the video was created to promote ma

The Google Shuffle?
Jonathan Anthony and Kyle Krenbrink says:

Has your website recently sunk to “Davy Google Jones Jr’s Locker”?

Webmasters and SEO gurus have been scratching our heads for a few weeks now trying to figure out what has been happening to Google’s SERP rankings. After scouring blogs and forums for the last few days, it would seem that there is no real consensus. In fact, it seems that no one is willing to even speculate much as to what

Google Paid $1 Billion Too Much for YouTube? What Will It Pay for Twitter?
Andy Beal says:

The big news this morning is a CNETreportquoting Google CEO Eric Schmidt’s admission that he paid around $1 billion too much for YouTube.

Here’s an extract from Schmidt’s deposition in the ongoing Viacom suit:

Schmidt: I believe YouTube was worth somewhere around $600 million to $700 million.

(Viacom Attorney) Baskin: And you communicated that to the board?

Schmidt: I did.

Baskin: Wha


Lani and Allen Voivod says: Historically speaking, there used to be an idea that certain kinds of marketing tactics were reserved for certain kinds of businesses and brands. You might have expected a circus company to stage a big to-do in Times Square, for example, but not a home appliance company.
Microsoft Trumpets In-Game Ad Performance (Recommended Reading) says:

A few stories ClickZ’s editors are reading:

Microsoft Trumpets In-Game Ad Performance. Microsoft Advertising GM JJ Richards tackles what he says are misconceptions about the performance and effectiveness of Massive, the company’s in-game ad network. (Microsoft Advertising blog)

Can Google Stay on Top of the Web?(BusinessWeek)

Ad Networks On Edge As Facebook Shuts Down Developers(AllFacebook)

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What To Do When Your Site Drops
Dave Davies says:

It’s happened to all of us. You wake up one morning feeling like a million bucks, you stretch and if you’re like me, you notice the eye-rolling as once again your significant other catches you with a toothbrush dangling from your mouth and a laptop or iPhone in front of you while you check rankings and emails. And then it happens – you start your browser with a search phrase already set to display

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