Google Multimedia To Be Based in Chicago?

I’ve heard from my sources that the Google Multimedia branch (video, music, audio) will be based in their new(er) Chicago offices. Here’s a listing from Craig’s List with some info on that… Audio Account Coordinator, Google Audio – Chicago This position is based in Chicago, IL. The Audio Account Coordinator’s primary responsibility is to provide …

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Is AFFoogle Needed?

Google launched Google Co-Op a short time ago, and it hasn’t taken long for some in the affiliate marketing space to create a Google powered search engine specifically tailored to the affiliate marketing world.  Specifically Affiliate Classroom has launched AFFoogle. I hope to get in touch with them sometime in the coming week to discuss …

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Azoogle 2.0 Coming Soon

From the Azoogle Ads Newsletter… AzoogleAds 2.0 is just around the corner, and it is stocked with the tools you need to help you optimize your campaigns and ultimately make you more money! WATCH YOUR EMAIL – They will be transitioning in stages and the email will alert you when it’s time for YOU to …

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Google Bombing Politics

From the just plain stupid way that politicos have been trying to game Google or Youtube, it seems that the very area that could benefit the most from the social web (POLITICS) is either too dumb, too corrupt or too oblivious to see the real opportunity. Google Bombs are nothing new to most of us …

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Email Problems (Tues Oct 24)

I’m having some email problems with the me@samharrelson.com address. If you’ve emailed me there today, I probably have not received it. However, my GMail address is working fine. Hopefully, the address will be back to normal sometime this evening and I’ll keep you posted. Blogged with Flock

The Most Important Question for Google

Choose Links On October 19, Google announced that their 3rd Quarter profit rose 92% from $381 million a year ago to $733 million. These impressive numbers might lead one to suppose that the most important question facing Google is “what’s next?”. However, that’s not the whole story. Google must deal with the one term that …

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