Google Inc. (GOOG) Sites Topped With 14.7 Billion Online Video Content Views, Followed By AOL Inc. (AOL) With 1.3 Billion Views! [REPORT]
Demand for online video content is increasing at a rapid pace. Users often throng online video content properties from Google Inc. (NASDAQ:GOOG), AOL Inc. (NYSE:AOL), Facebook Inc. (NASDAQ:FB), Hulu and a lot more. Nearly 87.1% of the U.S internet...
Compared with TV, marketers say digital video ad is doing a better job of helping them achieve awareness and, especially, engagement goals. Targeting is one of digital video’s most important features, and marketers say they will spend more on...
When it comes to searching for the information, Google is the top search engine in the world and also Google rules the online world of videos with the highest number of unique visitors. Online video viewing via Google Sites: According to...
Indeed, Yahoo's investors are beleaguered with turmoil for making permanent CEO, almost half-dozen CEOs have left the company since last five years. However, it has been speculated that the interim CEO "Ross Levinsohn" would lead the company, but it hasn't...
Facebook has become the most lucrative platform for advertisers as well as marketers in a short span of time. It has been regarded as one of the best social networking sites for promoting brands and products. Even, 94% of...
As year comes to an end let's have a close look at Top U.S. web brands, online destination for video and Smartphone devices published by Nielsen. In his report Nielsen highlights that Google resulted as the most viewed web brands...
Today three tech giants Microsoft, AOL, and Yahoo have announced an agreement in which they all will team up for Ad sales. According to said agreement, each of them will offer premium non-reserved online display inventory to rest two for to...
AOL has sold its social networking site Bebo to US-based merchant banking and financial advisory firm, Criterion Capital Partners. The deal was reportedly closed for less than $10 million. AOL had acquired Bebo by paying $850 million in March 2008. with tough market competition from frindster & Facebook, which over run Bebo made AOL to accept the loss of allmost 85%.
AOL Chief Executive Tim Armstrong this week said the company is beginning talks on a new search deal, but a speculative report at Business Insider suggests that the company could end up selling itself outright to Microsoft. Although I have no knowledge that's where things are headed, it certainly seems logical.
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