Internet Advertising Bureau: $10B And Counting
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The Internet Advertising Bureau and Pric
They also set a new record for online advertising in these United States, reaching nearly $10 billion U.S., a 27 percent increase from the same period a year ago.
Search advertising dominated at 41 percent of the market, while display came in at 32 percent (including rich media [video], display ads and banners, sponsorships, and slotting fees).
WatchMojo's Ashkan Karbasfrooshan estimates that the Google accounted for nearly 40% of all U.S. online advertising revenues in 1H07. See his reasoning here.
Hmm, me wonders aloud vociferously if that's why everybody and their Long Tail wagging dog are looking to fight the Google in the courts and through regulatory bodies around the globe.
Success has a thousand fathers, and a few gazillion lawsuits.
Meanwhile, speaking of great success, Apple is now allegedly building hybrids...hybrid computers, that is.
CNET's "Crave" gadget blog is rumormongering that a new Mac Mini will be even smaller than its progeny, and will be rebranded the Mac Nano.
MacNano. MacNano. MacNano. Pi-cawwww!
That's got a nice ring to it, and it's fun to say three times quickly, especially if you throw the "Pi-cawwww" in there.
If it's truly 25 percent smaller in volume and 20 percent lighter in weight, I might could find some room for it on my increasingly computer-crowded desk.
Because heaven only knows I need one more computer.