A few stories ClickZ editors are reading:
eBay Adopting Syndicated Google Paid Search Ads, Dropping Yahoo In the last three weeks, paid search agency saw the bulk of clicks on the site shift to Google ads. (Rimm-Kaufman Group)
Over 1,000 Content owners Now Using Content ID Every major U.S. network broadcaster, film studio, and record label now use the program, which allows companies to claim a portion of advertising that appears on content containing their intellectual property. (YouTube Biz Blog)
5to1.com Launches Ad Network with a Twist Start-up — founded by former FIM execs Ross Levinsohn — gives publishers a say in the placement, price integrity, and contextual targeting of advertisements.
TargetSpot Launches Analytics Tech for Online Radio Ads Online radio ad network allows Web radio advertisers to track viewer activity after an ad is heard.
A class action lawsuit against an internet-connected pleasure device highlights the potential pitfalls a growing number of companies will face as they embrace ... read more
Google sparked a small firestorm last week as reports surfaced that its intelligent assistant device Google Home delivered an unsolicited advertisement to unsuspecting owners.
According to Internet Retailer's newly released The Best Digital Marketers in E-Commerce report, Target is the most effective marketer in online retail. So why is it struggling overall?
The rise of YouTube and digital video generally has a lot to do with the rise of the internet and the abundance of digital video content. But YouTube's ascendency is also the result of Google's savvy use of algorithms.