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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 audience viewed online video, with an average of 4.7 minutes per video content. People are moving away from traditional method...

Digital Video Ads Win Over TV Ads in Awareness And Engagement [STUDY]

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 digital video ads in the future as targeting gets even better. Viewers pay more attention to online video ads than...

Google Rules Over Online Video Space: Users Spend 2000% More Time Than Facebook [Stats]

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 comScore, watching videos via Google sites (YouTube) is the topmost source for online video viewing in July (for the U.S), with 157 million...

Will The Frequent Change Of ‘Driver’ – And The New CEO – Can Save Yahoo ?

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 happened so. Yahoo is betting a hue on Marissa Mayer, a new CEO of the company.Marissa Mayer At GoogleAt present,...

Why Are Marketers Preferring Facebook Than Other Ad Networks [INFOGRAPHIC]

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 advertisers have said that they would prefer Facebook instead of other social networking sites for campaigning their products and brands....

Google, Apple, YouTube And Facebook: Top Brands Of 2011 [STUDY]

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 in U.S. throughout the year, while Facebook has secured top position in social networks and blogs segment. In smartphones segment,...

Microsoft, Yahoo, AOL Team Up To Challenge Google And Facebook Advertisement Space

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 their respective advertising customers. While agencies and advertisers can choose their partners among Yahoo! Network Plus, AOL’s advertising.com, and Microsoft...

AOL is Gearing Up to Buy Yahoo [Report]

It has not been many days when news was around the corner about possible overtake of Groupon by Yahoo. We have mentioned that it will be no-surprise if Yahoo ends up selling itself to some other company, post to Groupon overtake. Interestingly, Yahoo may be over taken by AOL, pre acquisition of Groupon in next coming months.AOL and few...

AOL sells Bebo with the loss of 85%

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%.

Is AOL shopping itself to Microsoft?

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.

Was it Microsoft who establised Facebook ?

There were 11 companies who played an important role for gaining Facebook such an exposure.Top of all, it's really surprising, it was Microsoft who outplayed rest all the companies and made Facebook out of reach from most of the companies. An interesting story behind the success of Facebook and how Microsoft helped Facebook to transform its image from 1.5 Billion to 15 Billion company

AOL sells instant messaging company ICQ for $187.5 million !

AOL has sold the instant messaging company ICQ to Russian investment company DST (Digital Sky Technologies) for $187.5 million. AOL had acquired the Israeli startup in June 1998 for $407 million.

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YouTube Should Have Bid Adieu To Dislike Button Much Earlier?

Online video sharing platform YouTube can be a ruthless place for content creators targeted by 'dislike mobs'. And the site owners totally understand that...

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