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Interview: Paul Cook, CEO of PositiveFeedback

Paul Cook is CEO of PositiveFeedback, a firm that provides targeting tools for online retailers and for ad agencies.

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Ask revamps its search engine

Ask.com has launched Ask3D, a revamp of its search engine, which delivers results from a range of media types, as well as offering a new method of navigation.

Ask.com 

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Amazon increases its investment in China

Amazon has expanded its investment in Chinese Internet company Joyo.com, which the company bought for $75m in 2004.

Chief Executive Jeff Bezos told the Wall Street Journal that Amazon would invest more capital into China, where it trails behind its biggest local competitor, Dangdang.com.

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Yahoo! unveils Panama APIs

Yahoo! has released a set of application programming interfaces (APIs) that allow advertisers to tailor their experience with the company's search marketing platform.

Three levels of tweaking capability are available to developers, each of which allows for customisation of the out-of-the-box new Panama engine, which was released in the UK last week.

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Mobloggers lend PR pace to Olympics

The London 2012 Olympic delivery authority called on mobloggers to distribute some of the first images of the games' new brand identity.

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UK web users attract most ad spend - IAB

UK internet users are the most attractive to advertisers in Europe and are targeted with even more ad spend per head than those in the US, according to new figures from the Internet Advertising Bureau (IAB).

Highlights from the IAB report , released yesterday, include...

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Web radio firm Slacker raises $40m in funding

Slacker, a recently launched web radio service, has raised $40m (£20m) in a second round of funding, to add to the $14.5m (£7.3m) raised in a Series A round of funding earlier this year.

According to peHUB, Centennial Ventures and Rho Ventures were new investors, while Austin Ventures, Mission Ventures and Sevin Rosen Funds, which had participated in the first round, invested again.

And it turns out that Slacker has some serious non-web ambitions...

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Howto.tv launches instructional video site

Howto.tv launched today, a new site which offers videos providing instructions on how to do a variety of tasks, from grooming your dog to fixing dripping taps.

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Graduates divided over online marketing courses

I took advantage of bigmouthmedia's recent recruitment reception to survey 107 graduates.

Lots of them thought their universities did enough to highlight the importance of the internet, but an equal number strongly disagreed.

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UK, Germany, Sweden head European net league

The UK has Europe's most active online population, according to new data from online measuring agency comScore.

Every day, websites attract 21.8 million UK visitors, with Brits logging onto the internet 21 days every month, for an average 34.4 hours per month - all the highest figures in the continent.

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Big guns 'wrong about mobile future', says Blyk

The idea that 'content is king' in the mobile space is a “myth”, and many of the industry’s big guns are wrong about the needs of younger subscribers.

That’s the view of the man behind Blyk, the startup that plans to offer free mobile services to users that opt-in to receive ads on their phones...

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Bruce Willis adopts Second Life for Die Hard promo

Bruce Willis chatted with movie fans in Second Life to promote his upcoming Die Hard 4.0 release in a move that is being seen as good example of virtual world marketing.


capture: Dave Brown

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