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Google offers credit card to advertisers

Google Inc is introducing a credit card for its advertising customers, offering its clients a credit line to try and drum up business as competition in the online ad market heats up.

Google is offering the card to select U.S. clients with what it calls a competitive interest rate, an ample credit line and no annual fee. The catch: it can only be used to buy search advertising on the world’s No.1 Internet search engine. Read the rest of this entry »

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The DealNet Ad Network is Launching on the MobileBeat 2011 Event App

Today at the MobileBeat 2011 conference in San Francisco, DealNetTM, Inc. unveiled its mobile advertising platform in collaboration with Unsocial and the official MobileBeat 2011 event application. DealNet combines the location-based capabilities of mobile advertising with the appeal of the daily-deal coupon industry. This gives customers relevant deals from local merchants based on their exact location that can be redeemed with a single click of a button. Read the rest of this entry »

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Google Offers Hit NYC, Oakland & San Francisco

Google Offers work very similar to Groupon and the rest of the socially networked coupon sites. The discount appears to be 50 percent – though one of the three for NYC (the city is set up in three areas right now – Downtown, Uptown and Midtown) is 52 percent, where an offer of a dozen cupcakes normally $21 is being sold for $10. Read the rest of this entry »

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Website fights San Francisco’s advertising law with contests

A new website and Facebook page urges people to send in their horror stories about being slapped with parking tickets in The City, with four lucky winners having their tickets paid for by a group called San Francisco Small Business Owners for Fairness.

The group takes on classic San Francisco issues such as Muni on-time performance and public safety funding. It also adopted former Supervisor Chris Daly’s catch phrase, “It is on like Donkey Kong,” going so far as to use it for its website address.

But there’s more to the group. Read the rest of this entry »

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