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OLX Opens New Public Kiosks for Exchanging Goods in Brazil

OLX, the most popular online classifieds site in fast-growing markets around the world, today announced the opening of new kiosks in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil, where buyers and sellers can meet to securely and publicly exchange goods. OLX has 123 million unique monthly visitors in 107 countries worldwide, including Brazil. more…

With Amazing Chutzpah Google Claims It Can’t Be Sued In UK Courts

googleLast year Google was embroiled in controversy over its circumvention of the Safari browser’s cookie-privacy settings (on the iPhone and beyond). As a result the company paid a $22.5 million fine to settle the case with the US FTC approximately a year ago. more…

TOP 20 US Classifieds Websites

We have compiled the Best of the Best sites that accept free classifieds. Here you will find the list of Top US Classifieds websites. These websites provide free classified advertisements for selling and buying items, real estate, jobs, services, personals.

Classified ads is probably the most common source where unemployed people go to, to look for new jobs and to earn income. more…

Baidu Buys App Store 91 Wireless for $1.9 Billion

Baidu, China’s top search engine, is in the process of making one of the largest ever Internet takeovers in the country’s history, with a $1.9 billion purchase of 91 Wireless, an Internet app Store, from NetDragon, Reuters reported.

Apps in China are very popular because of slow Internet download speeds, and the number of active mobile users continues to rise. Apps are even more popular than mobile versions of websites. more…

Google Mobile Ad Revenue Forecast to Hit Record $8.8 Billion in 2013

Google will take home more than half of all mobile advertising dollars this year as the company is poised to see record revenues for 2013.

Research firm eMarketer said that Google is on pace to set a new record after more than tripling its mobile revenues in 2012. Emarketer predicts that 2013 will see Google up its mobile more…

Facebook To End Sponsored Search Ads – For Now

facebookFacebook has said that it’s getting rid of sponsored search results for the time being. It’s not walking away from “search advertising,” however. In the future, there will be ads in Graph Search. But, the company is still in the process of working all that out. more…

3 Strategies to Succeed in Today’s Mobile Marketplace

Since Google’s announcement of enhanced campaigns, all eyes have been on mobile. Advertisers who have felt the pain of lower ROI are left wondering, “Are enhanced campaigns going to help me win in Google mobile – or are they designed to help Google win in mobile?” more…

Google Checkout Going Out of Business in 6 Months

borg-walletGoogle Checkout will be retired in six months, Google has announced. The service, which has been used by many web merchants as an alternative to PayPal and has been the default payment option for Google Play developers, is going away Nov. 20, 2013. more…