Want to stream content from the Internet to your TV? There’s a new player in town, Google’s Chromecast. It’s super easy to use and priced to move. What’s not to like? If you’re happy with just Netflix, you’re good. If you want Hulu or HBO Go, paying a bit more… Please visit Marketing Land for […]
Google’s mandatory rollout of AdWords Enhanced Campaigns began this week as a trickle rather than the bang many had expected. After warning AdWords advertisers for months that the deadline for transitioning campaigns to enhanced was July 22, 2013, Google announced that day that the migration… Please visit Marketing Land for the full article.
Here’s our daily recap of what happened in online marketing today, as reported on Marketing Land and other places across the web. From Marketing Land: Pinterest Announces Support For Do-Not-Track Buried in a post about greater, coming personalization on Pinterest is a statement that says if… Please visit Marketing Land for the full article.
In May the Pew Internet & American Life Project released a report asserting that while teens were on Facebook in large numbers they were losing enthusiasm. The report said that “94 percent of teen social media users say they have a Facebook profile, and 81 percent say that Facebook is the… Please visit Marketing Land […]
We’re waiting here in San Francisco for the Google Chrome/Android/Nexus event to start (see Danny’s live blog). But Best Buy has already put up preorder pages for the new Nexus 7 ahead of this morning’s announcement. The 16GB version is priced at $229. Versions with more memory… Please visit Marketing Land for the full article.
Google TV is dead (and so is the Q); long live Chromecast. Google TV was launched a few years ago to much hype and fanfare. But it was a big, expensive hardware proposition for most consumers, and it failed. It turned out consumers didn’t see the need to replace their TVs, and Google… Please visit […]
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Facebook announced Q2 2013 revenues this afternoon. It beat analysts’ consensus expectations with $1.81 billion in total revenue. Ad revenue was 88 percent or $1.60 billion, representing 61 percent growth vs. last year. Facebook surprised especially with a big jump in mobile ad revenue, which… Please visit Marketing Land for the full article.