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Hulu Joins This List Of Major Platforms That Ignore Do Not Track Requests

It was in the earlier part of the week when Hulu updated their privacy policy, which now states that the digital video service is ignoring Do Not Track requests sent by people’s browsers that, if enabled to do so, ask that their browsing behavior not be tracked by a company, typically when not on that company’s …

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Bing Now Powers AOL Search: What Advertisers Need To Know

Back in June of 2015, it was announced that Microsoft and AOL had signed a 10-year agreement for Bing to provide search listings and ads to AOL as of January 1, 2016.  But now that we are in the new year, this deal has come into effect and is now official.  Bing has taken over serving search results and ads for …

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Microsoft Signs 10-Year Deal For AOL To Use Bing’s Ads & Listings

It looks like Google has lost out on the ability to provide search listings and ads to AOL, as Microsoft and AOL have signed a new 10-year agreement to allow Bing to provide AOL with their search listings. Back in 2002 when Google first got the AOL deal, it was a pretty big deal, as …

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ComScore’s May 2015 Report Says Virtually No Change In US Desktop Search Market Share

According to a U.S. desktop search report by comScore back in May, there has been practically zero change in search market share for Google, Microsoft, Yahoo, Ask and AOL between the months of April and May. 64 percent of the market share was owned by Google, and Bing was still holding steady at the 20 percent …

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