Whether you're a hard-core newspaper reader or an avid obtainer of news on the Internet, results from a Reuters' study show that 70% of people are disillusioned with traditional journalism and that 50% of them are turning to Internet news sources. Online news sources such as the New York Times inform us 17% of people who click on paid links are more likely to buy. Ask.com denounces speculation about becoming a Q&A site for women, firmly stating they will remain a search engine, just a slightly smaller one after their 40 person lay off. Don't bother looking for the new Nine Inch Nails album on shelves at the store because you won't find it. According to paidContent.org, the band continues the trend of using the Internet to launch their new album, allowing them to remain record-label-free.

March 14, 2008

Video blogger Sage Lewis keeps you up to date with what's hot in the world of search marketing and social media.

Sage is the founder and President of The Digital Marketing Agency, SageRock Inc.

SageRock was founded in 1999 to help clients engage customers across an ever expanding interactive marketplace. This is accomplished through multiple channels such as search, social media, and vertical targeting; emerging digital opportunities such as mobile and rich media; behavioral targeting thorough email and dynamic engagement; and refinement of all initiatives through understanding usability and metrics.

By using a nationally experienced, independent marketing agency focused only on digital deployment, SageRock's clients are able to navigate easily through this industry, take a holistic approach, leverage the right tools, and experience seamless implementation.

SageRock Inc. - The Digital Marketing Agency

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