Wednesday, October 18, 2006

Headlines for 18 October 2006

Trends
Microsoft in digital book deal
FT.com
Google Testing Cost Per Action (CPA) Model Content Ads?
Search Engine Watch
Microsoft and Yahoo Prepare to Battle Google
TechCrunch
Dow Jones to buy rest of Factiva for $160 mln
Reuters
WSJ Ad Revenues Down 5.9 Percent in September, Barron's up 20 percent
WSJ Online*
Reuters Group 3Q revenue climbs 3% Electronic trading, machine-readable news drive sales growth
MarketWatch*
Yahoo Results Raise Questions on Ad Viability
Beta News
'BusinessWeek' Offers More Exclusive Web Content than Ever
Media Buyer Planner
Google, YouTube & the Future of Video Advertising
GigaOM
Health Information Search Engines Emerge
MarketWire via GEN
Yahoo! gets Eye-ful: CBS stations to upload news footage
Variety
Google is Pumping Up the Base
Online Marketing Blog
Watch Out Startups, Ad Spending is Falling and So is Your Sky
Micro Persuasion
Digital Newsstand Zinio.com Reports 154 Percent Growth in Transactions Over 2005
FOLIO: Magazine
Record Labels Turn Piracy Into a Marketing Opportunity
WSJ Online*

Best Practices
Association heralds strategic role of Web analytics, preps for ‘death of the page’
BtoB Online
A Question of Eyeballs: Nielsen Proposes to Measure TV Ad Viewership
The New York Times*

Cool Tools
Hotsoup.com, Social Networking For "Opinion Drivers," Opens Tomorrow
paidContent.org
Firefox 2.0 Review
Read/Write Web
Google Sync your bookmarks across computers
Lifehacker

Deals, Partnerships & Sales

Verizon Communications Board Approves Spin-Off of U.S. Print and Internet Yellow Pages Directories
Earth Times

Products, Markets & People
LexisNexis Offering New Resources for Corporate Counsel and Intellectual Property (IP) Lawyers
BusinessWire
Autonomy Delivers Enhanced Export, Viewing and Filtering With KeyView v10
PR Newswire via Yahoo! Finance
Permabit Unveils Major New Release of Dynamic Information Services Platform
BusinessWire
New Praxis(TM) eBooks Give Test Takers a Convenient, Less Expensive Test Preparation Option
MarketWire
Web's First Business Blog Directory and Search Engine Fast Becoming Hub for Corporate Bloggers
DMN Newswire
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