All Posts Tagged Tag: ‘AOL’

Google Reigns As Search Ad Spending Increases

With elections in the United States and the Summer Olympic Games across the Atlantic pond in London this year, U.S. ad spending is expected to continue a strong growth throughout 2012, according to eMarketer. The digital marketing analysis firm estimates that search spending will jump up to $19.5 billion, which is a 27.9% increase from last year. In the upcoming …

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Steve Case Lauds President Obama, Startup America Agenda

Steve Case, a co-founder of AOL and current Chairman and CEO of Revolution LCC, teased the business world earlier today with this tweet: @SteveCaseSteve CaseBREAKING: My statement regarding the @WhiteHouse announcement today of #StartupAmerica legislative agenda http://t.co/p0xeCQn4 #wecandothis 20 minutes ago via bitly · powered by @socialditto For those not familiar with it, the Startup America initiative is an agenda developed by …

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DMARC: Major Web Players Join Forces On Antiphishing Standards

Fifteen major companies have joined forces on a “technical working group” called DMARC to develop new standards to help reduce the threat of spam and phishing emails. DMARC stands for Domain-based Message Authentication, Reporting and Conformance. The companies involved include: Google, Facebook, LinkedIn AOL, Microsoft, Yahoo, PayPal (eBay), Bank of America, Fidelity Investments, American Greetings, Agari, Cloudmark, eCert, Return Path …

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