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Monday, September 19, 2005

 

Top of Mind: Click Tracking: A Fool- Jun 2, 2005 ...

Top of Mind: Click Tracking: A Fool's Paradise? Brandweek Magazine,&amp;nbsp;NY&amp;nbsp;- Jun 5, 2005 All ads would gravitate to search, which boasts the lowest CPC rates and highest CTRs. that now the medium is the metric, the laws of advertising say otherwise Google And Yahoo Create Advertising Revenue Void WebProNews,&amp;nbsp;KY&amp;nbsp;- Jun 2, 2005 However, demands for continuing ROIs and lower CPC rates may also curb the search engine advertising embrace. There are also issues more...

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