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Someday, Media 'Will Be the Internet' - Brands may one day stop using traditional media because the Internet will become "the media," by delivering all information and entertainment, says Giovanni Fabris, a VP with McDonald's International, at this week's Ad:Tech conference in New York. Therefore, "the media will be the Internet." - IWantMedia AdAge's Digital Search Marketing Fact Book- released just in time, this fact pack contains some key SEO advice on p. 38 and 39. Does Web 2.0 Bubble Have a Silver Lining? - Hundreds of technology executives and investors will congregate this week to take the quickening pulse of Internet entrepreneurship. - Martin Lamonica @ CNET MySpace Aims for a Global Audience, and Finds Some Stiff Competition - MySpace, which was purchased by the News Corporation in July, is aggressively trying to move into overseas markets, and is expected to announce today that it is expanding into Japan in a possible joint venture. - Robert Levine @ The New York Times Search Engines, Email and Blogs Sending Most Traffic To Political Websites Leading Up To Mid-Term Elections - Politics category, a collection of 863 sites was nearly 1/3rd less then visits to the same category the Presidential Elections the first week of November 2004. -Hitwise Web 2.0 Growing Faster Than Online Video, News - Web 2.0 sites make up the fastest-growing category on the Web--doubling their traffic over the last year, according to data presented Monday by Nielsen//NetRatings at an industry conference in New York. - Mark Walsh @ MediaPost Up Next: Online Video Ad Boom? - Sites like YouTube and Revver may soon be carrying more commercials?if they can dispel concerns over questionable content and targeting - Catharine Holohan @ BusinessWeek Online Web Blows Another Bubble - Growth of online entertainment, chatting puts entrepreneurs on lookout for advertising revenue - Dan Fost @ Akron Beacon Journal Online Political Ad Spend Going to Email, Not Ads - A report by research firm PQ Media on political media spending claims that email accounts for 80 percent of the $40 million spent online by political advertisers leading up to this year's midterm elections, ClickZ reports. - MarketingVox

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