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The Adotas Internet Advertising Features Section provides in-depth industry inspired stories from over 65 leaders of the Internet advertising marketplace. Internet advertising features encompasses everything from strategic analysis to gossip mongering related to the happenings of Internet advertising. Adotas is proud to provide multiple features weekly that cover the Internet advertising marketplace so you can remain informed and competitive.

Go Away, Pixel Pages!

By far, one of the strangest fads in internet advertising in 2005 has been the advent of the pixel advertising web site. It started as an idea by British student Alex Tew who decided to raise $1 million to pay for school. The novelty of the site, The Million...
Karl Marx is said to have once remarked, "History repeats itself, first as tragedy, second as farce." In the history of Internet marketing we've clearly arrived at the farcical stage of the game. Almost as soon as any new technology has arrived on the Internet, marketers have been quick to...
If you visited the AOL.com home page last Thursday, you were probably just as surprised as everyone else was to find that a rock band had taken over the entire page. But this was nowhere near your typical page takeover...what AOL had going on that day was different: it...
After seeing the financial hit that its terrestrial radio empire has taken in the last year thanks to satellite and podcasting, entertainment monopoly Clear Channel has been pursuing alternate means of revenue- specifically through its online music & radio unit. ClickZ reports that tomorrow, the company is expected to...

MySpace Censorship?

According to the UK's Independent, it appears that MySpacers near and far are beginning to see glitches appearing in their favorite social networking site. Ask some users and they'll tell you that the News Corp-owned site recently has been guilty of not only censoring postings but blocking access to...
Intel made a big splash at Friday's Consumer Electronics Show by introducing its new Viiv technology, which will give consumers a broad choice of infotainment from across the globe. In accordance with the launch, Intel announced its first Viiv-based partnership with DIRECTV, who in the latter part of 2006...
It was a busy Friday at the Consumer Electronics Show in Las Vegas. While Yahoo and Google did battle with their new and improved respective online services, plenty of upstarts arrived ready to snatch a piece of Apple's digital music monopoly. Apple, though, did not attend the event. While the...

Yahoo Goes TV

Yahoo, always thinking ahead, announced Friday a brand new product to bring the internet and TV together. The company revealed plans to launch Yahoo! Go TV, which will work with PC-connected television screens to allow users to view content. Basically, with this new program, users can bring all of their...
Just when you think it's safe to shop online for your favorite DVD, something offensive happens. The Associated Press repoted on Friday that Walmart.com has shut down its system that provides movie recommendations for usersof its shopping Web site. This tool, which is meant to help consumers find similar films...
After kicking off the offline portion of its massive $500 million re-branding campaign through TV and outdoor display ads last week, the newly merged AT&T/SBC Communications is now getting their online component underway. This is the second half of an ambitious promotion—based around the company's new tagline, "Your World....