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1.1 The Advertiser means the party whose goods and services are advertised, and includes the advertising agency, if any. 1.2 The Publisher means John Wiley and Sons Ltd or related or affiliated entities. 1.3 The Rate Card means the Publishers Rate Card in effect. 1.4 An Advertisement means the matter to be printed on the page, graphically displayed on a website or separately inserted. It also refers to matter placed in any media however displayed by the Publisher. 1.5 Copy means the material which has been supplied or is to be supplied to the Publisher for the Advertisements, in conformity with the Publisher’s technical ...
-focused guide that would allow members to share information about their geographic area and the local sites, activities and businesses, to help people decide where they want to go and what they may find when they get there. It has grown to contain subjects from restaurants and recipes, to quantum theory and history . Explicit advertising of businesses is forbidden by the site owners, the BBC, but customer reviews are permitted. 5 The content of the project is written by registered "Researchers" on its website. 6 Articles written by Researchers form the "Guide" as a whole, with an "Edited Guide" ...
Live blog Facebook press conference on privacy
11:21 Z: If there’s a change we put out that’s noncontroversial, there won’t be a vote. But if it looks controversial, we’ll put it to vote. 11:17 Z: Principles of the Facebook Service If users approve the draft Statement of Rights and Responsibilities, then all future policy changes would be eligible for a vote by users, provided the level of intensity of user interest would justify it. User interest would be determined by the number of users who comment on any proposed change during the comment period. But Mark said the comparison was not appropriate. We have to hold ourselves to a higher standard. ... market research, surveys and trends
Technology & Marketing Law Blog: Facebook Gets Partial Win in ...
Email Header Information Claim Preempted by CAN-SPAM, But Subject Line Claim Not Preempted -- Asis Internet Servs. v. Member Source Media, LLC » By Eric Goldman In re Facebook PPC Advertising Litigation , C 09-3043 JF (HRL) (N.D. Cal. April 22, 2010). My blog post on the complaint filing . This is an unexpectedly hard-to-parse ruling in a click fraud lawsuit against Facebook. Facebook sought a 12(b)(6) motion to dismiss on the basis of its Advertising Terms and Conditions, which included the following language: I UNDERSTAND THAT THIRD PARTIES MAY GENERATE IMPRESSIONS, CLICKS OR OTHER ACTIONS AFFECTING THE COST OF THE ... market research, surveys and trends


MasterCard 2Q profit jumps 31 percent, tops view | ABC 7 News
NEW YORK (AP) - Anemic consumer spending in the U.S. was offset by strong international growth to help boost MasterCard Inc.'s second-quarter profit by 31 percent. The gain topped Wall Street profit expectations, but fell short of the 38 percent leap in operating income posted by the company's larger rival, Visa Inc., last week. MasterCard shares slipped $1.76, to $200.70 in midday trading as the broader market sputtered. MasterCard's gains showed the Purchase, N.Y.-based payment processor's reliance on overseas use of its cards and networks. Worldwide purchasing volume rose 8 percent, while U.S. purchasing ... industry trends, business articles and survey research
TIME Media Kit | EMEA | Rates & Specs | Terms & Conditions
The following are certain general terms and conditions governing advertising published in the U.S. edition of TIME Magazine (the “Magazine”) published by Time Inc. (the “Publisher”). 1. Rates are based on average total audited circulation, effective with the issue dated 1/11/2010. Announcement of any change in rates and/or circulation rate base will be made in advance of the Magazine’s advertising sales close date of the first issue to which such rates and/or circulation rate base will be applicable. The Magazine Rate Card specifies the publication ... industry trends, business articles and survey research
Skype, Demand Media indicate tech IPO window open and well
Skype and Demand Media have both filed to go public in recent days and seem to indicate that the tech IPO window is alive and well. On Monday, Skype filed for an IPO. Skype’s offering should be a high profile affair and has already generated a good bit of attention . Meanwhile, Demand Media, a content company, filed its IPO papers on Friday. Toss in the IPOs of NXP Semiconductors, RealD, Qlik Technologies and the high-profile debut of clean tech auto play Tesla and it’s been a busy two months for public market debuts. Of the recent batch of IPO filings, Skype’s registration statement is among the most ... market trends, news research and surveys resources
A.C. Moore Reports Second Quarter Fiscal 2010 Financial Results
(the "Company" or "A.C. Moore") today announced results for the three and six month periods ended July 3, 2010. Sales for the second quarter of 2010 were $99.9 million, a decrease of 4.3% compared to sales of $104.4 million during the second quarter of 2009. This decline was primarily due to a decrease in comparable store sales of 5.9% partially offset by the operation of two additional stores compared to the second quarter of last year. Net loss for the quarter was $9.7 million, or $0.40 per share, compared to a net loss of $8.1 million, or ... market trends, news research and surveys resources


CREDIT APPLICATION / ADVERTISING TIME PURCHASE. TERMS AND CONDITIONS. The person , firm or entity, including, but not limited to, advertisers (“Advertiser”), ... technology research, surveys study and trend statistics
E-government Privacy and Terms and Conditions
Thank you for visiting the web site (the Site). By accessing the Site, you accept these terms and conditions without limitation. 1. Without limiting any of the foregoing, the content of the Site is provided "AS IS" AND WITHOUT WARRANTIES OF ANY KIND, EXPRESS OR IMPLIED, INCLUDING THE IMPLIED WARRANTIES OF MERCHANTABILITY and FITNESS FOR A PARTICULAR PURPOSE OR NON-INFRINGEMENT.   2. You agree that you will hold harmless and indemnify the State of Oregon and its agencies and officers from and against any damages based on your use of content of this Site. Links to Other Sites - A Disclaimer This ... technology research, surveys study and trend statistics
Terms and Conditions of Use, Digital Millennium Copyright Act
PLEASE READ THESE TERMS AND CONDITIONS OF USE CAREFULLY BEFORE USING THIS SITE. By posting information to this site and all other official University of California, Office of the President (UCOP) web sites, referred to as "these sites," you agree to these terms of use. If you do not agree to these terms of use, you may not post information to this site. These sites are owned by The Regents of the University of California and operated by UCOP (referred to as ...
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How do I make a Free website? - AdSense Help
if that will suit your needs, not sure if there's really such a thing as a free website as you end up paying for hosting or something in the end, even if that's free you find that the host have their own ads on it as a result so you only restricting yourself. See if you cant find your own domain name at somewhere like Freeola, they do offer a level of free hosting too but also have services which will only cost a few pounds a quarter, quite reasonable really. but if it HAS to be free, then I think Blogger is your answer. Yes, and be carefull putting adsense on "free websites" .. even if you bought your own domain ...
NY Times on PPC Bidding
Bob Tedeschi with a lengthy article about legitmate businesses being "outbid for top search listings by unscrupulous and perhaps fraudulent e-tailers." From the article: "Search engines make money off of the bad boys," said Carrie A. Johnson, a retail analyst with Forrester Research, a technology consulting firm. Retailers with more established reputations "get mad at the search engines for letting this go on," Ms. Johnson said, "but frankly, Google and Overture have almost no incentive to do anything about it." Google and Overture are the leading providers of search technology for their own and others' Web sites. A Google ...